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Advocate and parliamentary candidate for Mount Pleasant, 32 year old Fadzayi Mahere, has shot into the public eye in just one year. Her involvement in the #ThisFlag movement, her arrest, her brief spell as a political interviewer, and her announcement that she will be running for MP for Mount Pleasant in 2018 have caught the […]
At a sunset cocktail party hosted on the game platform at Mukuvisi Woodlands on 22 August, Haka Game park was announced the winner of the 2017 Advertising and Publicity Club’s Corporate Care Awards. The APC which was established in 1963, has given the prestigious award annually to individuals or business enterprises that have shown exceptional […]
In association with the Service Monitoring and Report Tracking (SMART Harare) initiative I welcome you back to this column. SMART is a site that collects your service delivery reports including concerns where services fail and positive actions when issues are resolved. My role is to monitor the reports you submit and escalate them with your […]
Free choice learning and learning through play is the main focus of Discovereum the first children’s museum in Harare. Officially opened in February 2017, Discovereum is a learning centre for children and young adults as well as a sanctuary for families to learn collaboratively with each other. With the mission of providing a fun-filled environment […]
By Farai Dauramanzi and Harry Davies After a year of political and legal bickering, councillors voted on 3rd of August to cancel former banker James Mushore’s contract as Town Clerk for Harare. The decision was prompted by a $165,000 salary debt owed to Mushore, who never physically took office, and a desire to move on […]
Dear reader. Sorry for the silence, but we’re back now. We slipped away quietly to deal with a cash crunch and to recuperate after the team started looking a bit ragged round the edges. Now, invigorated and excited, we re-enter the fray. Being a small media house makes us susceptible to shocks. The economic malaise […]