SIX people have been set free after they stood trial on charges of participating in anti-government protests staged in 2019 over the country’s worsening economic crisis.
Harare Magistrate Yeukai Chigodora on Wednesday 11 March 2020 acquitted five Harare residents namely Norman Ngulube, Ngonidzashe Danzwa, Desmond Kanhukamwe,
Opposition MDC leader Nelson Chamisa has teared into President Emerson Mnangagwa's camp, the ruling ZANU PF challenging him that his team can rule the nation without stealing state resources
Human rights lobby group, ZimRights yesterday petitioned the Parliament of Zimbabwe to extend the time for members of public to make nominations for people to be considered for positions of Commissioners for the Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC).
In a statement, ZimRights says the notice given
Popular comedienne Felistas "Mai Titi" Edwards has broken her short stinted union with Gweru based singer, Zizoe Pamyk.
Addressing her legion of fans on social media, Mai Titi broke the news in a video she visibly appeared sad.
Though disappointed, she vowed not to shed a tear
Movement for Democratic Change leader Nelson Chamisa has ripped into President Emmerson Mnangagwa over the remarks he recently made while officially unveiling a mortuary in Gutu, Masvingo.
President Mnangagwa became a subject of social media ridicule over a video in which he was captured describing a
The Parliamentary Committee on Health and Child Care has called on government to be more prepared to combat coronavirus at the Robert Mugabe airport saying the country's main port of entry was porous.
Speaking after touring Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport to assess the state of
Zimbabwe faces a grim future if government does not immediately step up efforts to prevent a full scale corona virus outbreak in the country as the deadly virus spreads neighboring South Africa, opposition MDC has said
MUTARE- Chairperson of the Parliamentary Committee on Mines and Minerals Development, Edmond Mukaratigwa has hinted that the mines and minerals bill has stalled due to the understaffing of the Attorney General’s department who are currently overwhelmed by constitutional amendments.
This follows complains by civil society that
Finance and Economic Development Minister, Mthuli Ncube has castigated the country’s legal and institutional framework relating to illegal trading of foreign currency as ineffective in fighting rampant parallel market activities.
Since the reintroduction of the Zimbabwean dollar, monetary authorities have been grappling to contain the exchange
The largest and first purpose-built spa is set to open in Victoria Falls in September, placing Zimbabwe’s top tourist attraction on the map as a wellness destination, and tapping into the boom in wellness tourism.
The spa, being constructed by hospitality group Africa Albida Tourism, whose