Fourteen leaders and members of the Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (ARTUZ) have been set free after a Zimbabwean court threw out disorderly conduct charges brought against the labour unionists and ruled that they did not commit an offence by staging an anti-government demonstration
Despite Mutsvangwa's tongue in cheek response, the situation on the ground speaks volumes of a potentially disastrous and dampened festive season which is likely to see motorists spending the holidays looking for the precious liquid.
Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) has rubbished the August 1 shootings inquiry report made public by President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday, saying there is no guarantee that the report was not doctored to suit the ruling Zanu PF.
Addressing journalists in Harare today, MDC spokesperson, Jacob Mafume
The current foreign currency crisis facing Zimbabwe has forced local fast food chain, Simbisa Brands to demand United States dollars, a move the company says is meant to help them meet their franchise fee obligations.
Simbisa Brands own Chicken Inn, Bakers Inn, Nandos and Pizza Inn.
Former Harare City Mayor Bernard Manyenyeni has refuted claims by his predecessor Herbert Gomba that he approached council proposing to purchase one of the council vehicles he used during his term of office.
Addressing the council meeting on Monday, Gomba said Manyenyeni had approached him with
Organizers of the Morgan Heritage - Lutan Fyah concert set for this Friday at the giant Harare International Conference Centre (HICC) have assured show goers of live band performances by the visiting Jamaican outfits.
Lutan Fyah and Morgan Heritage, expected in the country today and tomorrow
Zanu PF legislator for Gokwe Nembudziya Justice Mayor Wadyajena has come out gun blazing at the party’s youth league shockingly saying it is a corrupt crop bent on sucking money from the party doubting if they ever campaigned for President Mnangagwa in the 2018 July
The National Aids Council (NAC) has put forward a proposal that will compel marriage officers and pastors to demand HIV testing proof from couples intending to get married to avoid the spread of the virus.
Speaking during a meeting with Members of Parliament on HIV and Aids
Former Education Minister, David Coltart has expressed shock and disappointment over the findings of the August 1 Commission of Inquiry which fingered the army and police as being responsible for the death of six civilians and injury of 35 others.
The 113-page report says the deaths
Mining giant Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC) has partnered the Zimbabwe Agriculture Society (ZAS) in a massive artificial insemination drive set increase livestock population in Manicaland.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa will be guest of honor at the programme launch set for 20 December at Gandauta Primary School