Zimbabwe suffered a disappointing start to their campaign at the ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier 2017, going down to Ireland by 119 runs in a first-round match played in Colombo, yesterday.
Kim Garth starred with the bat for the Irish, scoring 63 as she helped her
Joice Mujuru's Zimbabwe People First has fired Didymus Mutasa, Rugare Gumbo and five other key members in a move that reveals sharp divisions within the party.
Addressing journalists at her residence in Harare, Mujuru alleged that the expelled party figures were being used by Zanu PF
The once vibrant opposition movement in the country, which came close to overthrowing the Zanu PF regime in the 2008 harmonized elections, has beyond doubt weakened, leaving people questioning its ability to challenge and takeover from Zanu PF.
Zanu PF's overwhelming victory in the 2013 elections
Civil society organisation have trashed government's decision to amend the constitution to allow President Robert Mugabe to appoint the new Chief Justice, calling for the state to amend its ways and not the constitution.
By Faith Zhou
Addressing the media in Harare on Tuesday, Pedzisai Ruhanya whose
Gweru residents have resolved to protest against Gweru City Council through payment of their debts to reduce their arrears owed to the authority next month.
This was resolved during a resident’s consultative meeting held at the YCWA hall in Mkoba on Saturday.
Residents said they are being
Former Ziscosteel workers, turned into artisanal miners pleaded with Movement for Democratic Change leader, Morgan Tsvangirai to assist them in their quest to claim their unpaid salaries and allowances from their former employer.
During Tsvangirai’s countrywide consultation meeting in Kwekwe, the former premiere met informal miners
HIGH Court Judge Justice Clement Phiri on Tuesday 07 February 2017 postponed the hearing on a bail application filed by Pastor Evan
Mawarire to Wednesday 08 February 2017 to allow the State to respond to the clergyman’s freedom bid.
The High Court was initially set to hear Pastor
February is the month of love and Zimbabwean showbiz industry is already in the mood. This weekend, music artists had mixed fortunes in the city of Harare.
By Munashe Chokodza
Star Brite winner, Bryan Kadengu was at the Allianz Francaise in Harare where music lovers were treated
Zimbabwe's deteriorating human rights record following the arrest of two clergymen Pastor Phillip Mugadza and Evan Mawarire has once again caught the attention of the United States.
Mugadza and Mawarire who are facing charges of criminal nuisance and subverting a constitutionally elected government respectively are currently