HARARE mayor Herbert Gomba has challenged government to avail funds towards decongesting Harare roads, saying the situation was unattainable, with traffic accidents now rampant.
Speaking after touring road rehabilitation programmes in the city, Gomba said government should help the local authority deal with potholes and decongest traffic through the construction of traffic circles and flyovers.
“We have projects that ought to be financed by government. We are appealing to the Ministry of Transport to assist,” he said. Read more
A 23-YEAR-old Zimbabwean woman has invented an Android phone – TPC, which is likely to put bigger brands to task.
Thelma Will who holds a Bachelors Degree in Accounting is the brains behind TPC Mobile, which also manufactures and develops other electronic gadgets.
As a young girl, Thelma said she always loved to tinker and even in her teen years, she had an insatiable interest in electronic gadgets. Read more
A prescription went entirely wrong for a heartbroken wife who had wanted to get her husband back.
In a bid to get her husband Douglas Nyoni, 46, back, 36-year-old Cynthia Mvhuma from Zimbabwe consulted a native doctor where she was given a love portion.
After instructions, she used juju to entice him but things took a different turn and she surprisingly ended up becoming an insatiable sex addict.
Speaking in an interview with iharare, Mvhuma said she was given a ravenous sex urge instead of love portion for her to win her husband back. Read more
An Indian mathematician and scientist says Zimbabwe can be the information communication technology (ICT) capital of Africa if it invests in research in science and technology.
The visiting Indian entrepreneur and mathematician, Mahindra Davengere said Zimbabwe should tap into its demographic dividend of a young population and invest in its scientific and technological innovation in order to sustain the industrial revolution in the second republic. Read more
More than two hundred former National People’s Party (NPP) members this week officially crossed floor to the Nelson Chamisa-led MDC, as the Joice Mujuru-led party continues to crumble.
The departure of the members literary left Mujuru with no tangible party structures in the Matabeleland region as they dumped her in a clear sign of lack of confidence in her leadership.
This comes after members of the NPP, including top officials recently tendered resignation letters citing a plethora of reasons. Read more
The fight between Manchester United coach Jose Mourinho and French midfielder Paul Pogba is getting messier.
A day after the Portuguese coach told Pogba he would never wear the captain’s armband again for Manchester United, the pair were seen in a heated exchange during training today. Read more
A Zambian student schooling in China was murdered by Chinese nationals for dating a Chinese woman and the killers live-streamed the killing.
Chrispine Mwale, 25, a student studying Civil engineering in China was beaten to death on Monday after he was found in a woman’s apartment.
According to local reports, Mwale spent the night at his girlfriend’s apartment after going to a nightclub on a Sunday night. Read more
All has not been well between Manchester United coach, Jose Mourinho and French midfielder, Paul Pogba since the beginning of this season.
Now, Paul Pogba will no longer be Manchester United’s vice-captain, but Jose Mourinho says he has not fallen out with the midfielder.
Mourinho confirmed Paul Pogba has been stripped of the vice-captaincy at United, but insists they have not fallen out as reports began to circulate prior to United’s disappointing 8-7 penalty shoot-out defeat to Derby County in the EFL Cup on Tuesday that Pogba who was rested had been relieved of the role. Read more
Godwin Matanga the police Commissioner-General has disbanded the traffic section, making top posts in that department redundant, as he moves to create a lean structure at the top amid indications that the top police brass has been milking the fiscus and burdening the ZRP budget.
In a memo dated September 13 and addressed to all stations, Matanga announced the restructuring of the traffic branch. Read more
Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Mthuli Ncube has said that he expects Zimbabwe to join the group of six of the fastest growing economies in Africa within the next 24 months.
Speaking at the Zimbabwe Investors Forum held in New York ahead of the United Nations 73rd General Assembly in New York, Ncube said,
Zimbabwe will be joining the group of six countries which have the fastest growing economies with a growth rate of six percent per annum which comprise Rwanda, Ghana, Tanzania and Ivory Coast…We have a policy direction in terms of our visions. Read more