Monday Dec 2
SW Radio Africa
Don't legitimize Mugabe regime, Zimvigil warns the EU
As the EU appears headed towards lifting the remaining targeted sanctions against President Robert Mugabe and his cabal the member states have been urged to consider their move in the light of the worsening situation in the country.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Zimbabwe: Fix Harare Pothole Menace
This seems to be the question on every road user's mind in the capital these day where potholes are getting deeper and wider by the day, making it difficult for motorists to navigate their way through the bad roads.
Zimbabwe: Designer Scaling New Heights
The designer has made outfits for the late Sam Mtukudzi and a host of South African celebrities like the late Vuyo Mkwena, Sfiso Ncwane, Lira, Thandiswa Mazwai and hip hop star JR, among others.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Victoria Falls plunge: 45-year-old plunges 25 feet down Victoria Falls, survives
The Victoria Falls plunge by a Chinese tourist who got too close to the edge when he was taking pictures of Victoria Falls turned into a miraculous survival.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Victoria Falls plunge: Picture-taking tourist plunges into Victoria Falls
The Victoria Falls plunge by a Chinese tourist who got too close to the edge while taking pictures of Victoria Falls turned into a miraculous survival since "the Victoria Falls plunge could have easily been fatal if it hadn't taken place where it did," said John Zulu, manager of the National Heritage Conservation Commission in Livingstone, ... (more)
Chinese Tourist Survives Plunge Into Victoria Falls
Wang Shun Xue, a Chinese tourist, must have had quite a shock when he was just trying to snap a photo of the beautiful Victoria Falls nestled between Zambia and Zimbabwe, and plunged down into the gorge.
Out of Africa
Born and brought up in Zimbabwe, Scott Flaxman never dreamed that he would one day travel the world as a chef, pampering the palates of celebrities, politicians, superstars and even the heir to the British throne, Prince Charles.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Zimbabwe: MPs Want to Join Mugabe's Foreign Trips
The ministry of foreign affairs is considering a controversial proposal by a parliamentary committee to have its members included in all of President Robert Mugabe's foreign trips.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
PPC's African expansion strategy gains momentum
PPC's strategy to expand into the rest of Africa has gained significant momentum and the listed cement and lime producer is hopeful about announcing a fifth project on the continent in the first quarter of next year.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
Zimbabwe Delegation Tours Antwerp Trading Hub
The Herald: To set up a full-fledged diamond trading center in Zimbabwe, the industry will require a number of steps, according to a delegation from Zimbabwe visiting Antwerp.
Fri Nov 15, 2013
Zimbabwe: Ignore Mugabe Threats, Western Investors Told
A CABINET minister insisted Thursday that Zimbabwe was open to investment from the West despite a threat by President Robert Mugabe to seize US and British companies over sanctions imposed against the country.
Thu Nov 14, 2013
Report Published: "Southern Africa Telecommunications Report Q4 2013"
It also contains analysis of latest market data relating to the end of Q213 and updated our fiveyear forecasts to 2017 for the mobile, fixed-line and internet sectors.
Sun Nov 10, 2013
Zimbabwe: Simmad Rebrands to Remain Relevant
A group of teenage girls paced jovially through a bus terminus, oblivious of the hustle and bustle of the central business district.