The Combined Harare Residents Association (CHRA) says the ongoing demolitions in Harare and Chitungwiza are fueling corruption as they are not done in accordance with the law.
In a statement Thursday, CHRA called upon the government and local authorities to follow the law and desist from
MUTARE- A top Chinese bank with a global portfolio including fossil fuel extraction, has tentatively agreed to stop financing the controversial Sengwa coal project in Gokwe after bowing to civic pressure.
In a communique following the postponement of a meeting by Affected Communities of the Industrial
In a statement issued on Wednesday, Secretary of the J S C Walter Chikwanha said the closing of the was to allow fumigation of the facilities
A local quarry miner has pledged to use several methods to suppress the emission of dust and minimise noise while conducting its mining activities following protests by residents of Arcadia suburb in Harare.
Through their lawyer Tinashe Chinopfukutwa of Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights, residents of
The government has announced the procurement of two million vaccines in a major boost to the country's COVID-19 vaccination programme.
Addressing the post cabinet briefing yesterday, Minister of Information Publicity and Broadcasting, Monica Mutsvangwa said the arrangements are in place for the country to receive two
Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union members said they have decided to take head on with finance minister Mthtuli Ncube and Education minister Paul Mavima over their salaries
The city of Harare has sent a warning to residents who are accessing water ‘illegally’, giving then a two weeks ultimatum with threats to cut them permanently
MUTARE- A corruption watchdog, Transparency International Zimbabwe (TIZ) says government should expedite the enactment of a law to protect whistle blowers who expose government graft and abuse of office.
In a press statement released to mark the commemoration of the World Whistleblowers Day, TIZ called for
Opposition MDC Alliance has called for the disbandment of the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) saying it does not have the capacity to investigate corruption.
Addressing journalists in Harare Wednesday afternoon, party spokesperson Fadzayi Mahere said the recently released Auditor General’s report revealed a sad story that
Chinhoyi Magistrate Tapiwa Banda on Wednesday 23 June 2021 set free three people by removing them from remand on charges of contravening national lockdown for allegedly partaking in or convening a gathering knowing that such a gathering is prohibited.
The trio of Emmanuel Chinanzvavana, Aldini Wairesi