The Forgotten Street Children Of Harare

By Correspondent , 01 , Nov 2013

By Pretty Chavango Wandering children in Zimbabwe`s capital’s CBD of Harare is slowly becoming a norm, from as young as 8 years old to teenagers, these children roam the streets .. Read More →

Highlanders Coach Kaindi UK Bound To Pursue UEFA B Coaching Licence

By Correspondent , 31 , Oct 2013

By Admire Machiwenyika Zimbabwean HIGHLANDERS coach Kelvin Kaindu could miss the last crucial games of the Castle Larger Premier League race in November as he is set to leave early .. Read More →

Ivory Coast`s Gbagbo To Remain In Custody

By Correspondent , 31 , Oct 2013

By Nomore Chinoda Things are not looking good for the 68-year old and former Ivory Coast President Laurent Gbagbo as his plea to be freed whilst waiting for trial over .. Read More →

Yaya Toure Joins UN Campaign Against Elephant Poaching

By Correspondent , 31 , Oct 2013

By Nomore Chinoda Ivory Coast International and Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure joined hands with the United Nations Environment Programme (Unep) to campaign against the ever increasing cases of elephant .. Read More →

Two Kenyan Soldiers Arrested For Looting From Westgate Mall

By Correspondent , 31 , Oct 2013

BY FREEMAN MAKOPA Two soldiers were sacked for stealing during a bloody and deadly mall siege in Nairobi in September, Kenya’s military chief said on Tuesday. The two soldiers who .. Read More →

Tamari Hit-maker Set For A Comeback

By Correspondent , 31 , Oct 2013

By Kudzai Makanyanga - Entertainment Correspondent Tamari hit-maker Freddy Mazivanjira popularly known as Trinta is set for a major comeback early next year when he is expected to release his .. Read More →

Lack Of Training Affects Youth Who Benefited From Indigenisation Programme

By Correspondent , 31 , Oct 2013

Kudzai Makanyanga Zimbabwe`s Deputy Minister of Youth, Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment has urged youths in Masvingo province to seriously engage in business training to ensure real success from projects that .. Read More →

Harare South Turns To Potato Production In Hunger Struck Zimbabwe

By Correspondent , 31 , Oct 2013

BY EVANS MURANGANWA As Zimbabwe grapples with food insecurity, two women from Harare South province which is home to many shanty settlements like Hopley and Southley have ventured into a .. Read More →

Too Many Teenage Pregnancies: UN

By Correspondent , 30 , Oct 2013

London (AFP) - Around 7.3 million girls under the age of 18 give birth each year in developing countries, risking death and suffering that can only be addressed by changing .. Read More →