Zimbabwe edges back onto tourist map

Harare – Zimbabwe’s tourism sector is enjoying a rebound with visitors returning in hordes to see the majestic Victoria Falls following two decades of stagnation. Back in the 1990s nearly 200 000 people were checking in at ticket office to see the


Africa-India trade records 10-fold growth, report shows

Trade between Africa and India rose more than 10-fold between 2001 and 2014, making India Africa’s fourth-largest national trading partner, according to a new report jointly produced by the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) and Exim Bank of India (Exim India). The report,

Zanu PF text saga continues

Masvingo lawyer, Owen Mafa of Mutendi, Mudisi and Shumba Legal Practitioners approached the High Court suing Econet, Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) and Zanu Pf party after he also got a personalized message from the ruling party. The message Mafa received solicited his


Zimbabwe to host Africa Youth in Tourism Conference

Harare – Of late the tourism sector has become one of the strongest drivers of world trade, economic growth and poverty alleviation. Despite turbulent times for the world economies, these basic facts are unlikely to change going forward. The world over focusing

Mandiwanzira warns against publishing unprotected voters roll

Harare – The Minister of ICT and Cyber Security Supa Mandiwanzira on Wednesday issued a statement warning against the publication on the Internet of the voters roll which includes addresses and phone numbers of the voters. Mandiwanzira said publishing unprotected voters roll