MDC Alliance Harare North legislator Norman Markham who is seeking a reversal of an agreement between the City of Harare and controversial businessman Kenneth Raydon Sharpe owned Augur Investments OU has claimed that the latter is a shelf company without any movable or immovable property.
The High Court has reserved judgement on the matter in which the Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum filed a challenge against the use of teargas and spikes on motorists by the police
Daughter to the late former president, Bona Mugabe and her husband Simbarashe Mutsahuni have approached the High Court challenging the Statutory Instrument (SI) 41 of 2020 published to reduce their 1 800-hectare Mazowe farm
Exiled G40 kingpin Saviour Kasukuwere has confronted Presidential spokesperson George Charamba over the New Parliament building in Mt Hampden which the latter credited to the new dispensation.
Responding to a tweet by Charamba where he paraded the new parliament building to President Emmerson Mnangagwa, Kasukuwere said
Former Health and Child Care minister Dr Obadiah Moyo who was fired after allegations rose that he has misused COVID-19 funds has been indicted to the High Court for trial on criminal abuse of office charges
The International Monetary Fund has called for acceleration of economic reforms and improved coordination among fiscal, foreign exchange and monetary policies to ensure a sustained and inclusive growth in the country.
In his statement to mark the conclusion of its Staff Monitored Program, the IMF team
Six-time winners Zimbabwe have been drawn alongside west African guest nation Senegal in the group stages of the historic 20th edition of the COSAFA Cup that will be staged in Nelson Mandela Bay from July 7-18.
It is a tasty clash that will ignite the imagination in
Zimbabwe fast bowler Kyle Jarvis has decided to call time on his cricket career at the age of 32 after struggling with injury and illness over the past year and a half.
He has not played again since he sustained a lower back injury during Zimbabwe’s
Chitungwiza Residents Trust (CHITREST) Director Alice Kuvheya on Wednesday 16 June 2021 appeared at Chitungwiza Magistrates Court after she was arrested by Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) and charged with incitement to participate in a gathering with intent to promote public violence.
The 36 year-old Kuvheya was
The National Prosecuting Authority failed to comply with a directive from the Special Anti-Corruption Unit (SACU) pertaining to a court case at the Harare Magistrates Court where land developer George Katsimberis is a witness and an accused on the same set of facts.
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