HIGH Court Judges Justice Charles Hungwe and Justice Edith Mushore will on Tuesday 23 May 2017 preside over an appeal against the conviction and sentence of four internally displaced persons (IDPs) from Chingwizi Transit Camp in Mwenezi, in Masvingo province, who were convicted and sentenced
Culture is important as it provides a platform for everyone to appreciate the importance of their backgrounds Minister of Rural Development Promotion and Preservation of National Culture Abednico Ncube has said.
Minister Ncube made the remarks while officially launching this year's edition of Culture Week in
Young Motocross sensation, Tanya Muzinda, has received US$10 000 donation from Commercial Bank of Zimbabwe (CBZ Financial Holding), ahead of the British Masters Kids Motocross National Championships set for England this weekend.
Tanya, one of Zimbabwe’s youngest sports professionals in the male dominated sport, will represent
This weekend was as usual busy with the biggest event being the launch of the 2017 culture week at Nyava High School in Musana, Bindura. The event was attended by different arts groups and musicians and was officiated by the Minister of Rural Development Promotion
Saturday was a big day for children and mothers at Tsungirirai Organization where Random Acts of Kindness, also known as Billy's ARK donated clothes.
By Adam Mari
ARK is an Non-governmental organisation founded by Billy Katiyo, currently in the United Kingdom.
Katiyo who spent most of his childhood
More than 100 farmers from across the country on Friday received Nurture Educational Trust cattle rearing certificates at a ceremony held in Mt Hampden, Mashonaland West after undergoing a one year intensive training aimed at promoting good cattle husbandry practices to boost the beef industry
Incidents of violence that erupted at a Zanu-PF Bulawayo provincial meeting on Sunday when rival groups clashed during a provincial co-coordinating committee (PCC) meeting reveal the level of intolerance in the ruling party, opposition parties have said.
The violent scuffle in Bulawayo saw provincial youth league
The government of Zimbabwe need to move with speed and arrest those who looted the National Youth Fund and never returned a cent. Recently Newsday reported that the fund lost $211 000 that was invested through Infrastructure Development Bank of Zimbabwe (IDBZ) to Kadungure Piggery