Following post-2018 election cases of intimidation, victimization and violence perpetrated against members of rival political parties in various districts of Mashonaland Central Province the National Peace and Reconciliation Commission last week held a workshop to ensure that Internally Displaced People are reunited with their communities.
The country has had an increase in tuberculosis treatment success from 79 percent in 2014 to 83 percent in 2015. and continues to invest in strengthening health systems through retention of health care workers, building community health systems and scaling up programs for HIV, TB,
National Peace and Reconciliation Commissioner Reverent Masanugure urges Zimbabweans to be united and look beyond political affiliations to create harmony,peace,healing and reconciliation amongst the people,with special reference to the post election incidents which took place.
Zimbabwe's leading platinum group metals mining company Zimplats presented its 2018 first half financial results which showed various positive achievements around the group's operations.
The Group managed to complete yet another year without a fatality. As at 30 June 2018, the Group had accumulated 8.8 million
MDC Alliance Leader Nelson Chamisa has showered praises to the health professionals who are working hard to contain the Cholera outbreak which has hit the nation in the past days.
Touring different areas in Harare which have been hit by the Cholera outbreak, Chamisa said he
Magistrate Elisha Singano granted the former minister $500 bail and remanded him to October 26. He was ordered not to interfere with witnesses, surrender his passport and report twice weekly to the police.