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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 lays out legislative agenda


President Mugabe officially opens the Second Session of the Eighth Parliament of Zimbabwe in Harare yesterday. <<Read More>>


President summons Parliament


President Mugabe has summoned Parliament for the official opening of the Second Session of the Eighth Parliament today, where he is expected to set the legislative agenda. <<Read More>>


President mourns Sata


Sadc chairperson President Mugabe yesterday sent a condolence message to Zambia following the death of the country’s President Mr Michael Chilufya Sata at a London hospital on Tuesday evening.President Mugabe said in a message to Zambia’s acting president Guy Scott that the region received the sad news with sorrow and grief. <<Read More>>


‘Non-security workers can go on strike without notice’


Workers who do not belong to the security and essential services sectors have a Constitutional right to go on strike without giving notice, top labour lawyers have revealed.<<Read More>>



British trade delegation arrives


A FIVE-member British trade delegation is in Zimbabwe to explore areas of co-operation and establish potential ways to fund the implementation of the Zimbabwe Agenda for Sustainable Socio-Economic Transformation. <<Read More>>


Govt, banks agree on youth fund criteria


Government and banks that are disbursing the Youth Development Fund have agreed on a new framework, which compels beneficiaries to have guarantors in case of default, a cabinet minister has said. <<Read More>>


Indian firm clinches Zesa deal


Indian industrial engineering firm Jaguar Overseas Limited has won the tender to rehabilitate Harare Thermal Power station. <<Read More>>


Zim urged to engage Asian market


Zimbabwe needs to engage the Asian market to remove trade barriers and diversify their export base reducing reliance on the European Union and the United Sates, an official said yesterday.      <<Read More>>




Willom, Dino on reunion path

It is barely a month after music lovers embraced the comeback of one of the most talented musical duos, Afrika Revenge, and the country is also likely to witness another reunion of Willom Tight and Dino Mudondo. Seven years after separation,  the two are likely to reunite with a show featuring the duo on the cards. <<Read More>>


Zima overwhelms Cde Chinx

He did not know that his mother was in the auditorium. He did not know that his aunt was also there. He did not know that he would get a house. And when he knew all this, he cried. Emotions overcame Dickson “Cde Chinx” Chingaira when he received the Chairman’s Award at the Zimbabwe Music Awards on Wednesday night at the Harare International Conference Centre. <<Read More>>


Tuku, Sulu rekindle romance in Kadoma

It is not every day that Superstar Oliver Mtukudzi  and Suluman Chimbetu perform together in Kadoma but when they do it’s a gig you don’t want to miss. Mtukudzi or simply Tuku to his legion of fans is expected to perform alongside Sulu at Kadoma’s Odyssey Club on November 7. <<Read More>>


Colourful acts spice Musica 2014

The seventh edition of the Musica, a music festival by the Italian embassy in partnership with National Arts Council of Zimbabwe, is in full swing and vast talent has been exhibited in various concerts that have taken place so far. The event that started with a “Battle of the Schools Bands” at the Italian Club on Saturday is running until October 25 . <<Read More>>





THOSE who say that the champions are a boring lot, specialists in one-goal victories and a mean defence that gives away very little, needed to be at Rufaro yesterday to see the other side of these amazing Glamour Boys who inched a step closer to winning a fourth straight league title. <<Read More>>


Murape warns Chapungu


DYNAMOS skipper Murape Murape says the defending champions are looking to maintain their place at the top of the table and has warned Chapungu to brace for reprisal when Premiership action resumes this weekend. <<Read More>>


Zim prepare for spin


HAMILTON MASAKADZAKHULNA. — Hamilton Masakadza is among five Zimbabwe batsmen who are familiar with the conditions in Bangladesh and therefore, entrusted with the responsibility to counter the home side’s spin attack. <<Read More>>


President’s tourney preps intensify


ZIMBABWE Handball Federation president Amos Madzvamuse says local clubs have intensified preparations for the President’s Tournament set for this weekend in Harare. The President’s Tournament, a major annual event on the handball calendar, will be held at Houghton Park Primary School on Saturday and Sunday with 40 local clubs from across the country . <<Read More>>



Last Updated on Friday, 31 October 2014 04:26