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Travels through Zimbabwe: the country’s struggles are far from over
HARARE – I well remember sitting in the AFP bureau in Harare at dusk on November 21, 2017, and hearing the first whoop of delight in the street outside when Robert Mugabe was finally ousted, an extraordinary moment in Africa’s post-colonial history. Recently, I was back in Zimbabwe to... Read more
Air Tanzania relaunches Harare, Lusaka service after two decades absence
HARARE – Air Tanzania flew its Airbus A220-300 – the only one operated by an Africa-based airline – to Harare on Friday as it launched its three-days-a-week service between Dar es Salaam and Harare. Tourism Minister Prisca Mupfumira welcomed Tanzania’s Minister of Transport Isack Kamwele who was on the... Read more
Bulawayo’s ‘Freedom Train’: one thing that works in Zimbabwe
BULAWAYO – Chugging through townships, maize fields and scrubland as the sun rises, Zimbabwe’s only commuter train is cheap and reliable – two qualities that its passengers cherish in a downwards-spiralling economy. Each morning sleepy travellers walk to the tracks and clamber aboard before the train leaves the Cowdray... Read more
Black Panther star Danai Gurira in Zimbabwe on anti-poaching campaign
JOHANNESBURG — “Black Panther” star Danai Gurira has traveled to Zimbabwe to join a campaign aimed at protecting rhinos from poachers. The WildAid conservation group says Gurira, who mostly grew up in Zimbabwe, is participating in a publicity campaign called “Poaching Steals From Us All” that will run across... Read more
Female Rangers from Zimbabwe denied UK Visas
The UK’s decision to deny visas for two pioneering female anti-poaching rangers to attend an awards ceremony has been criticised by organisers. Zimbabwean Nyaradzo Hoto risks her life every day to protect elephants from ivory poachers in an all-female anti-poaching unit. She and a colleague were due to accept... Read more
Foreign-based Zimbabweans to pay in US dollars
The Zimbabwean government has resolved that Zimbabweans living in the diaspora should pay for Air Zimbabwe services in United States dollars, Transport and Infrastructural Development minister Joel Biggie Matiza has said. Responding to the Portfolio Committee on Transport and Infrastructural Development report presented during the 2018 pre-budget seminar held... Read more
We Say No to Factionalism – Zanu-PF Youth League
PRESS RELEASE By Pupurai Togarepi Harare — While we pride ourselves as the Zanu-PF youth league for being the vanguard of the party, we are ever mindful to the values that define us not only as a political party but also Zimbabweans, values that include respect for our leaders and... Read more
Econet launches ride-hailing service
Econet Wireless subsidiary Cassava on Demand Services yesterday evening officially launched a ride-hailing service called Vaya. The service is similar to Uber and allows users to book a taxi using a mobile app. Cassava claims its pricing is 20 percent lower than traditional taxi fares. A check this morning... Read more
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