Anti-Mugabe critic and leader of Remnant Church, Pastor Phillip Mugadza was on Monday 16 January 2017 arrested and charged with unlawfully acting in a manner likely to create nuisance after his prophecy that President Robert Mugabe will not see the end of 2017.
According to Zimbabwe Lawyers
Chief Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku on Monday revealed that he has no regrets over a ruling he made in 2001 which led to the government repossessing land from white farmers to the black majority.
The outgoing Chief Justice who was officially opening the 2017 legal year
Zimbabwe’s oldest cricket tournament Logan Cup is set to resume on January 17 amid speculation that the tournament had come to an abrupt end following reports that Zimbabwe Cricket and players had failed to reach an agreement over salaries.
In a statement released by the local
Zimbabwe Tourism and Hospitality Minister, Engineer Walter Mzembi will this week officially launch his candidature for the United Nations World Tourism Organisation Secretary General post.
The event to be held in Madrid, Spain on the 19th of January 2017 is being organised by the Zimbabwe Embassy
Zimbabwe Election Support Network has called on government to avail funding to Zimbabwe Electoral Commission to conduct bio-metric polling station based voter registration ahead of the 2018 elections.
Responding to a Sunday Mail story published on 15 January 2017 reporting that ZEC had acquired USD30 million for
Zimbabwe Warriors sensational display against Algeria at the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations has won them a surprise praise from the Movement for Democratic Change leader, Morgan Tsvangirai who paid tribute to their effort in Gabon on Sunday saying he is backing them to shine
War veterans have their fight with Higher and Tertiary Education Minister, Jonathan Moyo to a new high after openly challenging him for a live television debate with their leader, Christopher Mutsvangwa over rumors that they want to nominate their own candidate for the 2018 Presidential elections.
A new publishing company New Africa Media dedicated to advancing the literary works of African authors was recently launched in the United States of America.
According to New Africa Media, the company will be global publishing house exclusively representing African leaders, artists and authors, providing a
On Thursday evening, Minister of Information Communication and Technology, Postal and Courier Services, finally found the nerves to reverse a controversial and divisive hike in data charges, that had caused so much discomfort in the country as people failed to come to terms with