Zimbabweans have urged parliament to take citizens’ views raised during public hearings seriously amid concerns that the information collected is not used due to political bickering in the legislative assembly.
This emerged during the recent countrywide public hearings on electoral reforms conducted by the parliamentary portfolio
Disappointed by false promises and lack of action from the government, the latest victims of housing demolitions in Southlea Park have threatened to vote Zanu PF out of power, come 2018 harmonised elections.
In an interview with 263Chat, the now homeless people of Southlea Park said
KADOMA - Fourteen year old Thandiso Mangena, (not her name) has stayed shared abject poverty with her paternal grandmother since birth.
By Nhau Mangirazi
Her grandmother is hardly at home selling wares to gold panners on the outskirts of Kadoma about 65 kilometers towards Gokwe.
Dressed in a
Stakeholders in the health sector should channel resources towards research on indigenous, Diocese of Mutare Community Programme (DOMCP) has said.
By Hamu Madzedze
Joachim Nyamande, Director of DOMCP said research on herbal therapy used by people living with HIV and Aids is important as this can be a gateway for Zimbabwe to come up with
Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition has urged President Robert Mugabe to rein on Zanu PF supporters who are reportedly disrupting public hearings on the Electoral Law Reforms being conducted by Parliament of Zimbabwe.
In a statement released on friday, Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition said the head of
A female teacher at Herentials college primary in Mabvuku was brought before the court on Wednesday after she touched and subsequently took pictures of private parts of a Grade One female pupil.
The pupil who is seven years old is said to have have been assaulted by
Violence broke out in Mutare, Thursday morning at a public hearing on electoral reforms when suspected Zanu PF supporters disrupted the proceedings while threatening the chairing committee.
By Samuel Takawira & Lovejoy Mutongwiza
The disruptions had to prematurely end the hearings as the Justice Legal and Parliamentary
On 28 October 2016, Zimbabwe utilized part of its Special Drawing Rights (SDRs) to settle the US$108 million it owed to the IMF’s Poverty Reduction and Growth Trust Fund (PRGT), which funds were held and kept at the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
The timing of this
The trial date of alleged MDC-T protesters who were arrested in July for inciting violence has been set to December 7. The accused person appeared before Harare magistrate Bianca Makwande.
They were facing charges of vandalising state property during the notorious demonstrations which rocked the capital,