Factcheck: ZUPCO buses still carrying passengers at full capacity

    Verdict: Misleading. The government suspended public transport operators in 2020 with only ZUPCO and Public Service Commission buses allowed to ferry the commuting…

    Zim UN voting rights suspension a low blow to Zanu-PF

    The suspension of Zimbabwe’s voting rights by the United Nations (UN) over unpaid dues should be regarded as another low point in…

    Cultural practices a hindrance in the fight against Covid-19

    A Covid-19 survivor, Zifiso Masiye says some cultural practices are a hindrance in the fight against the deadly respiratory disease.  …

    WHO urges Covid-19 vaccinations in three months’ time

    The World Health Organisation (WHO) has urged countries across the globe to embark on massive vaccinations against Covid-19 in three…

    30 more people succumb to Covid-19 in Zim

    Thirty more people have succumbed Covid-19 in Zimbabwe in the last 24 hour-cycle while 322 more tested positive to the virus.…

    ZimEFF blasts BCC for failing to address workers plight

    The newly appointed leader of Zimbabwe’s Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), Xolani Tshuma, has castigated the MDC-T run Bulawayo City Council…

    Prioritise vulnerable groups in Covid-19 vaccine rollout: Africa CDC

    Priority for the Covid-19 vaccine must be given to vulnerable groups such as people with co-morbidities, frontline workers, and not…

    Trio arrested for possession of ivory

    Three Bulawayo men have been arrested after being found in possession of five pieces of ivory. The trio, identified as…

    Moton Malianga and the Internationalisation of Zimbabwe’s Liberation Struggle

    By Brooks Marmon Moton Malianga, one of the most senior anti-colonial nationalists in the early 1960s when Zimbabwe’s quest for…

    Council workers’ strike leaves patients in a lurch

    People suffering from chronic ailments have expressed concern on the suspension of critical services such as primary health care services after…
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