BULAWAYO City Council yesterday received 11 fire engines and equipment from Operation Florian, a United Kingdom fire and humanitarian organisation.
ZIMBABWEAN batsman Brendan Taylor was yesterday named in the International Cricket Council (ICC) team of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 with New Zealander Brendon McCullum as captain.
BULAWAYO poet, teacher, critic and writer John Eppel has achieved a lot and continues to impress in Zimbabwe’s literary landscape.
ZIMBABWE’s microfinance institutions and the government have agreed to amend the current Microfinance Act to extend the licence tenure for money lenders from 12 months to three (3) years.
REDCLIFF Municipality workers are up in arms against their employer whom they accuse of illegally withdrawing an offer for free stands in lieu of their outstanding salaries.
SINCE the international break left us with no English Premier League to sustain ourselves this last weekend, I thought it would be a good opportunity to take stock of the season that has been, and look ahead at the fraction that is left.
ZIMBABWE’s tobacco industry regulator has given players up to end of day today to submit presentations on how to reduce the wide discrepancy between contract prices and auction prices as concerns mount over the current pricing model of the golden leaf.
THE national senior women’s football team, the Mighty Warriors, yesterday resumed preparations for the All-Africa Games reverse qualifier against Ghana this weekend.
THE government of Zimbabwe is looting Matabeleland’s economy through its agencies and this has to stop immediately.