The Supreme Court has upheld a High Court ruling ordering Reverend Cossam Chiangwa and his Apostolic Faith Mission in Zimbabwe (AFM) faction to return all church properties to the Reverend Amon Madawo led faction.
In 2019, the High Court declared then-President Aspher Madziyire the bonafide leader
Stakeholders in the mining industry will focus on the value-addition road-map for diamond and platinum group metals (PGMs) at the 2021 Annual Mining Conference slated for next week Wednesday in Victoria Falls, 263Chat Business has learnt.
The two-day conference will be officially opened by President Emmerson
“Memorials and monuments are political constructions, recalling and representing histories selectively, drawing popular attention to specific events and people and obliterating or obscuring others”  (Hay, Hughes, and Tutton, 2004).
Amidst the controversy of the Mbuya Nehanda statue, we have decided to pen down the symbolism
Former Chief Justice, Luke Malaba has filed an appeal with the Supreme Court of Zimbabwe against the High Court judgement that nullified his extension of tenure of office.
Through his legal team Kantor and Immerman legal practitioners, Justice Malaba said the High Court erred and misdirected
Businesses that charge for goods and services using parallel market exchange rate will now face stiffer penalties following the introduction of Statutory Instrument 127 of 2021 (SI 127 of 2021) published by government yesterday.
This is the latest move by government to stabilize the local currency
A human rights lawyer and four pro-democracy campaigners have sued Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage Minister Kazembe Kazembe and Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) Commissioner-General Godwin Matanga and the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) for RTGS$12.5 million as damages for wrongful and malicious arrest and prosecution on
The government has committed to station an ambulance at every tollgate around the country as part of efforts to improve response to medical emergencies along the highway and remote areas.
This was revealed by Vice President who doubles up as Health minister Constantino Chiwenga while receiving
Mpilo Central Hospital acting Chief Executive Officer, Professor Solwayo Ngwenya says property worth half a million dollars was destroyed during yesterday's inferno which left 39 health workers and their families without shelter.
In a memo today, Prof Ngwenya said they suspect the fire was caused by
A 29-year-old Gokwe woman has appeared in court charged with physically abusing her stepson (9) after burning him with hot cooking oil for allegedly stealing maize.
According to the police, the accused person, Progress Mushonga from Murairwa Village under Chief Chireya, also denied the juvenile access
Digital infrastructure is one of Zimbabwe’s relative strengths, but regulatory roadblocks and macroeconomic conditions hamper its growth, a World Bank survey finding titled, Digital Economy for Zimbabwe Country Diagnostic Report has noted.
Compared to its regional peers, the reported noted that Zimbabwe’s international connectivity infrastructure is relatively