Welcome to Zimbabwe
The country of Zimbabwe is 390,580 sq km and is bordered on all sides by other countries. Zambia lies to the northwest with the Zambezi river and its Victoria Falls forming the border. Mozambique lies to the northeast with its border formed by the Eastern Highlands. Botswana lies to the southwest and South Africa to the south (its border formed by the Limpopo River)



President in  SA for Lesotho talks


President Mugabe who is Sadc chairman, was accompanied by the minister of Home Affairs, Cde Kembo Mohadi, the Minister of Presidential Affairs, Cde Didymus Mutasa and other senior Government officials. President Mugabe is attending the Troika meeting in his capacity as Sadc chair.<<Read More>>


Sadc pledges Lesotho support


The Double Troika plus two meetings went well into the night yesterday with strong indications the regional grouping will deploy an observer team to monitor the situation in the troubled Kingdom of Lesotho.<<Read More>>


Harare, Moscow open historic relations


Zimbabwe and Russia has opened an historic chapter in their long history of political co-operation after agreeing to extend their ties to every sphere of economic interest. The relations, which had predominantly been in the sphere of politics<<Read More>>


Zim, Russia ink massive deals


The economy got a major boost yesterday following the signing of several trade and investment deals between the government and the visiting high powered Russian delegation in Harare, ahead of the commissioning of a $1 billion Intergrated Platinum Group Metals Project<<Read More>>



Zim to establish climate policy


Zimbabwe is working towards establishing a National Climate Policy aimed at promoting mainstreaming of climate and climate changes issues into national development plans. <<Read More>>


$533m Kariba project begins •Station to generate 300MW more by 2017 •Move boon for Zim-Asset


PRESIDENT Mugabe yesterday commissioned the construction of the US$533 million Kariba South Power Extension Project expected to generate an additional 300MW by 2017. The project had been on the cards for years with its implementation hampered by the shortage of foreign currency, among other obstacles. <<Read More>>


Curriculum review on cards


Government is this week expected to announce a comprehensive curriculum review for primary and secondary school incorporating recommendations by the 1999 Nziramasanga Commission of Inquiry into Education and Training. <<Read More>>




Artistes in cultural tour

IAbout 25 artistes drawn from different cultures and speaking various dialects in the country will be part of the "Senzeni Na?/What Have We Done?" team to tour the country on a cultural entertainment programme led by Albert Nyathi.<<Read More>>


La Diva to host talk show

United Kingdom-based Zimbabwean songstress Leila Million (formely Letwin Berebende) says she has gone through a lot of hardships in life such that she now wants to tell her stories through hosting her own talk show.<<Read More>>


Stage set for Miss Earth Zim

All is set for this year's Miss Earth grand finale to be held this Saturday at Bulawayo Theatre. Miss Earth director Thandekile Muringa said preparations are at an advanced stage and this year's edition will see 14 finalists taking part.<<Read More>>


Killer T blasts Chipaz

Dancehall artiste Kelvin Kusikwenyu, who is widely known as Killer T, has blasted promoter Partson Chimbodza accusing the Chipaz Promotions boss of mistreating artistes.<<Read More>>


Pasuwa blasts his players


Dynamos coach Callisto Pasuwa has blasted his players for taking a lackadaisical approach to their work after the majority of them missed training allegedly to continue with celebrations for their big trumph over old enemies Highlanders in the TM Pick n Pay Challenge Cup. <<Read More>>


Forget the six-pack


FATE has handed trouble CAPS United a quick chance to make up for one of their darkest days in history after the Green Machine were drawn to meet FC Platinum in a Chibuku Cup quater-final showdown at Mandava on Sunday.<<Read More>>


Summer Series set for three days


THE country's premier motorcycling event - the Zimbabwe Summer Series - will be held over three days at Donnybrook in December.<<Read More>>


Test venue changed


Khulna will host the second Test between Zimbabwe and Bangladesh, instead of Chittagong as initially announced by the BCD.<<Read More>>




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Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 September 2014 06:38