The Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (BAZ) on 24 November 2011 announced the state-controlled Zimpapers Talk Radio and AB Communications as Zimbabwe's first ever licensed free-to-air independent national commercial radio stations since independence in 1980.
THE Anti-Corruption Commission should be asked to investigate the conduct of a senior immigration officer who had a Zimbabwean school teacher arrested as an alleged prohibited immigrant three weeks ago, the High Court in Windhoek ordered yesterday.
WOMEN Film-makers of Zimbabwe (WFOZ) last week presented 10 awards during the International Images Film Festival for Women Ndichirimupenyu Awards to honour individuals who have excelled in various disciplines.
Several churches in Zimbabwe make use of hymns whenever they are conducting services or during praise and worship. So hymns are songs sung by Christians in church during a divine service or in other different occasions.
I fear that Zimbabweans who are criticising Finance Minister Tendai Biti's failure to reverse his earlier decision to place duty on finished imported basic commodities citing an unproductive industry have not taken time to understand the motive behind the minister's decision.
THE 2011 edition of Friends of the Environment (FOTE) walkathon has been underway for the past four days. And as FOTE hit the road from Harare to Mutare - a 270km journey - one is tempted to think what is reminded of William Blake.
GOVERNMENT, in conjunction with financial institutions, seeks to establish a Credit Rating Bureau to ascertain the credit worthiness of individuals and companies, Finance Minister Tendai Biti has said.