The opposition National Patriotic Front has revealed very intricate details on the missing $15 billion from diamond proceeds saying moves by the Parliamentary Portfolio committee on Mines and Energy to invite former President Robert Mugabe for a hearing are sideshows meant to exonerate real people
Mnangagwa said his government is prioritizing business and economics as the country gears up for the 2018 elections slated for 30 July.
The opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC T) led by Nelson Chamisa has threatened to make the country ungovernable should the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) fail to implement necessary electoral reforms that pave for credible elections.
Briefing the media after meeting at the party headquarters in
The right to freedom of expression and of the media was under serious threat in 2017. In practice, the most important human rights problems remained government’s reluctance to respect civil liberties especially rights relating to freedom of association, assembly and expression of the media
Vincet Hungwe swore in as the new Public Service Commissions chairperson, taking over from Dr Mariyawanda Nzuwah who retired in March this year
The Hwange Colliery Company has finally bowed down to pressure and engaged protesting wives of their employees who will now be supported to start self help business projects.
According to a statement released by the Women and Law in Southern Africa Zimbabwe WLSA -Zimbabwe, Hwange Colliery
The US edition of the Zimbabwe Achievers Awards has returned for its third year, with organizers announcing that nominations are now open.
Nominations opened across 15 categories on 21 May and the public will have until the end of July to put forward any individuals and
Officiating at the launch of the Population Services Zimbabwe and Swedish Government funded project today in Harare, the first lady said men should be involved in family planning and should help women choose the best methods and should also consider using methods available for men
As Zimbabweans brace themselves for the 30 July 2018 harmonized elections, various sections of the nation have only two months left in which to seriously consider who, amongst the candidates, will best suit their needs, hopes, and aspirations, and ,as such, very careful analysis and
The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission hereby notifies the general public that His Excellency the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe Honourable Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa has issued out a proclamation for the 2018 Harmonised elections in terms of Section 144 of the Constitution of Zimbabwe and has