ACTING Minister of Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation Kazembe Kazembe said they will negotiate with the Confederation of African Football (CAF) as the country will not meet all the set requirement set by the continental body to host international matches.
Responding to questions during the post
Deputy Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet, George Charamba has claimed that self-exiled former cabinet ministers Walter Mzembi and Godfrey Gandawa have sought assylum in Eswatini.
Responding a Twitter question whether Mzembi was still bedridden as claimed by his lawyer Job Sikhala, Charamba who uses
The Supreme Court has reserved judgment in the matter where two convicted opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) members are appealing against both conviction and sentence.
Last Maengahama and Tungamirirai Madzokere were convicted and sentenced to 20 years in jail in September 2016 for the murder
Opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) Secretary General Charlton Hwende has confirmed that his office wrote to party Deputy Secretary for International Affairs Senator Douglas Mwonzora warning him against speaking to the media.
Posting on Twitter yesterday, Hwende said they had written to Mwonzora reminding him
The Deputy Minister of Youth Sports Arts and Recreation Tinoda Machakaire said they will liase with local municipalities to take full control of stadiums in Zimbabwe.
Machakaire said the recent ban of National Sports, Rufaro and Babourfields by the Confederations of African Football last week was
The Grain Millers Association of Zimbabwe (GMAZ) has secured 10 000 metric tonnes of imported grain but awaits a review in the price of roller meal subsidy from government before it releases into the market, 263Chat Business can reveal.
The millers lobby body’s demands, if granted,
Zimbabwean parents with children studying in China have said they will not follow the repatriation route taken by other countries following assurances by the local embassy that they are safe from the deadly disease.
South Africa and a few others have already started repatriating their nationals
Chinese hospitals overflowing with COVID-19 patients a few weeks ago now have empty beds. Trials of experimental drugs are having difficulty enrolling enough eligible patients. And the number of new cases reported each day has plummeted the past few weeks.
These are some of the startling
MUTARE- Civic groups have appealed to government to expedite construction of houses for victims of Cyclone Idai amid revelations that at least 200 households are still living in makeshift tents one year after the devastating cyclone.
Speaking on the sidelines of a regional climate change indaba,
Following daring allegations, by former finance deputy minister Terrence Mukupe accusing the South African based preacher Shepherd Bushiri of impregnating his "wife" Rachel J, more intricate details have emerged with regards to the nature of the duo's relationship.
Below is a statement purportedly released by Rachel