[The Herald] Civil servants will be paid only for the days they work and the days they have been officially excused from duty, but will not be paid for the days they take off without permission, the Public Service Commission (PSC) has said.
[The Herald] CALLISTO Pasuwa has provided a timely reminder of the quality which exists among Zimbabwean coaches by leading his Malawian club to a stunning Champions League qualifier victory in South Africa.
[The Herald] President Mnangagwa has appointed new ambassadors to represent Zimbabwe in Germany, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the Kingdom of Sweden.
[Daily News] THE government is taking measures, including establishment of a permanent national committee to address challenges of cyber bullying, controlling fraud and cyber theft through mobile phones in the country.
[Daily News] THE East African Business Council (EABC) has joined forces with Afrieximbank in rolling out the African Customer Due Diligence Platform.
[Daily News] PRIME Minister, Kassim Majaliwa, is expected to grace the launch of a brewery plant in Moshi, Kilimanjaro which will boost employment opportunities and revenue collections.
[Daily News] LABOUR, Economy and Investment Minister Mudrik Ramadhan Soraga has decried skill deficiency in various sectors, including tourism industry that employs over 60 per cent of the entire workforce.
[Daily News] SIMBA Sports Club Board of Directors' Member, Zacharia Hans Poppe has died at the age of 65.
Former Ivory Coast prime minister Charles Konan Banny died in a Paris hospital on Friday after contracting Covid-19, close aides said.
A Zimbabwean court Friday upheld a traditional court’s ruling that the body of former President Robert Mugabe should be exhumed and reburied at a national shrine in the capital.
[DW] BioNTech wants to continue the success of its COVID-19 vaccine and use mRNA technology to develop shots against malaria. But is production in Africa realistic?
[DW] Across Africa, it was hard to miss the tragedy unfolding in the US as terrorists struck on September 11, 2001. DW journalists who were in Africa during the 9/11 attacks look back on that day.
[The Conversation Africa] The latest coup in Guinea and the reaction of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) to suspend the country's membership have yet again demonstrated the ineffectiveness of the regional body in enforcing good governance in the region. It also raises questions about the commitment of its member states to comply with its protocols.
A year after singer Akon laid the first stone of the $6 billion futuristic city he vowed to build for his native Senegal, the site remains grassland.
The International Monetary Fund’s executive board has approved $567m in emergency support for Tanzania to help it finance a COVID-19 vaccination campaign and
Egyptian-American computer scientist Rana el Kaliouby co-founded her company Affectiva while undertaking a Ph.D. at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
The government of the Democratic Republic of Congo said a toxic-waste leak at a mine in neighboring Angola that is part-owned by the world’s biggest diamond
The African Development Bank Group has approved a $137 million loan to support Botswana’s economic recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic. The funds, extended
Seven months after Nigerian banks were barred from enabling cryptocurrency transactions, bitcoin remains an actively traded asset in the country, partly due
A week after taking office, Zambia’s new president Hakainde Hichilema has reshuffled the country’s security forces and kicked-off an economic reform drive.
Socioeconomic development in African countries, along with other developing countries, is held back by many constraints. These include an insufficiently