Parents in Mazowe are losing hope on children who are as young as 12 engaging in sexual activities and becoming pregnant.So far this year alone, 288 pregnancies by under 16 girls have already been registered in the Mashonaland Central province.Parents partially blame artisanal miners for luring
Following the exercise meant to bring sanity to the Harare Metropolitan Province, local authorities have started the process of demolishing all illegal structures in the Harare, Chitungwiza and Epworth areas leaving some of the residents without working spaces .Watch the video below.
State controlled, mining group, Kuvimba Mining House has announced a US$ 5.2 million dividend payout to its shareholders following a positive performance during the financial year ended 31 March 2021.
The mining group which is 65 percent owned by government and 35 percent owned by a
Matobo - Early this year, violent storms yielding above-normal rains of 800mm against normal rains of between 350mm and 450mm, destroyed several homesteads in Matabeleland, Matobo district, Ward 10, Tjehondo village, under Chief Fuyana.
These left already vulnerable villagers desolate and desperate, forced to squat with
Boundary Express bus crew is facing arrest by the police over breaching lockdown regulations after the passengers aboard the coach were robbed at gunpoint Monday night between Mvuma and Mushagashe tollgate.
More than 40 passengers lost their goods and cash amounting to more than US$15 980,
The Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC) has granted Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) permission to host Bangladesh in July for a three-match one-day international (ODI) series that forms part of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League.
The tour also includes one Test match and three Twenty20
A petty clash between Zimdancehall chanter, Enzo Ishall and his hip hop counterpart, Holy 10 has escalated dragging in opposition party leader Nelson Chamisa and socialite cleric Passion Java
In a short video clip that ensued Holy 10's diss track on Enzo, Java was captured alleging
MDC-T leader Douglas Mwonzora says he has tried to reach out to rival opposition leader of the MDC Alliance Nelson Chamisa on three different occasions.
Speaking to a local radio station Monday evening, Mwonzora said the responses were a barrage of attacks mainly from the Alliance’s
The Premier Service Medical Aid Society (PSMAS) has opened doors to the private sector after years of mainly targeting government workers, in a move that coincided with the company's rebranding exercise.
Speaking during the rebranding ceremony, PSMAS Acting Managing Director Dr Nixjoen Mapesa said they are
MDC-T leader and his arch-nemesis MDC Alliance spokesperson Fadzayi Mahere were yesterday embroiled in a social media tiff following the former’s remarks that he intends to change the political dynamics in Zimbabwe.
Mwonzora, since his unceremonious departure from the Nelson Chamisa-led MDC Alliance, has been taking