Kaitano Tembo feels SuperSport United were let down by decision-making
The MDC Alliance has revealed that the $3,2 million legal bill that came after party president, Nelson Chamisa challenged President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s victory in the July 30 polls is inflated.
The Constitutional Court dismissed with costs Chamisa’s Presidential election court petition on August 24th.
In an interview with
THE Apostolic Faith Mission in Zimbabwe's (AFM) leadership woes continue to mount as top church leaders have been suspended.
The battle to control one of Zimbabwe's biggest churches rages on, threatening to further split the group.
The church’s general secretary Reverend Amos Madawu communicated that seven top
Most adolescents in rural Zimbabwe aged 10-18 are medically uninsured due to poverty and other socio-cultural reasons.
By Lazarus Sauti
Addressing journalists at a ZimSelector Journalists Insurance Mentorship programme at Holiday Inn Hotel in Harare recently, Cimas Medical Aid Society chief executive, Vulindlela Ndlovu said less than
The opposition MDC has described President Emmerson Mnangagwa's trip to the United Nations General Assembly as 'shameless and full of lies' accusing the newly sworn in leader of embarrassing himself and the country over his remarks that Zimbabwe's Gross Domestic Product per capita rose to
A quick peek at the records suggests Zimbabwe will again not have it easy against South Africa when the neighbours clash in a three-match one-day international (ODI) series starting in Kimberley this Sunday.
In their 17 ODI meetings on South African soil so far, the home
A former Harare magistrate, Mitchel Matema has dragged his ex-husband to court on charges of assault after she approached him demanding money for the upkeep of their 19-month-old child.
Matema (33) who now works at the ministry of Industry and Commerce had gone to her ex-husband,
Harare businessman, Herbert Nkala has taken over chairmanship of the Zimbabwe's retail giant, OK Zimbabwe following the retirement of David Lake, the company has announced.
“Following the retirement of David Lake, the board is pleased to announce the election of Mr Herbert Nkala as the new
Bulawayo - The Women’s Institute for Leadership Development (WILD) is running a Red Cycle Campaign, that seeks to create awareness around menstrual hygiene, get the public to contribute towards collection of sanitary pads through donations, influence government and parliament to set aside a budget for