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Anyone who drives past Arundel shopping centre on Quorn Avenue has probably noticed Café...
The 106th edition of the Harare Agricultural Show (HAS) begins next week Monday 22 August. Hosted by the Zimbabwe Agricultural Society (ZAS), this year HAS is looking to maintain its relevance in the business community and with members of the public. One of the core objectives of this annual event is to provide a platform […]
Taringana Guranungo (21) is on a break from Dartmouth College in the USA where he is currently studying engineering science with an emphasis on electrical engineering. He began studying in 2014 and will graduate in 2018 with a degree thanks to financial support by Makomborero Zimbabwe. Makomborero Zimbabwe is a locally registered trust helping to […]
Various companies have chipped in to help Council address a massive shortage of bins in the city. Harare is currently experiencing waste management problems as indicated by a recent survey that revealed that there are only 173 bins in the CBD against a minimum requirement of 862. Fortunately, the City has so far received more […]
Winter is a time of hibernation for the performing arts. As the seasons change however, the volume turns up on the live circuit in Harare. From the suburbs to the CBD to the heart of the ghetto there’s a blaze of activity. Whether it’s live music, art or film, there’s something for all tastes. This […]
Despite travelling with only four of the selected eight players due to financial constraints, Zimbabwe played well at the Homeless World Cup (HWC) held in Glasgow, Scotland last month. The team took part in the four-a-side soccer tournament, going as far as the Men’s Shield Trophy, a third tier trophy which they lost to Wales. […]
City of Harare (CoH) has lost 52 solar street lights batteries to thieves in recent months, forcing council to redesign the structures to make them more secure. Council has so far installed a total of 867 solar-powered lights on parts of Samora Machel Ave, Airport Road, Robert Mugabe Road, Fourth Street, Borrowdale Road and Churchill […]