Former finance minister Ignatius Chombo has accused state prosecutors of abusing his status and deliberately delaying his trial in a case in which he is accused of corruption and abuse of office.
Through his lawyers, Professor Lovemore Madhuku and Tungamirai Muganhiri, Chombo told the court that
Minister of Women Affairs, Community, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Sithembiso Nyoni has urged citizens to use technology and the digital space for positive development.
He made the remarks to mark the International Family Day commemorations.
“We are raising awareness on the factors and practices that stimulate
Civic society organisations under the banner of the Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) have joined the chorus of voices condemning recent statements by Minister of Justice, legal and Parliamentary Affairs Ziyambi Ziyambi over the High Court ruling into the extension of Chief Justice Luke Malaba's
ZSE-listed plastics pipe-maker Proplastics is set to procure new Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) 500mm extrusion production line to meet growing demand for large PVC diameter pipes as the company seeks to prop up production lines.
Without preempting the quantity of this investment, the company said, currently, its
The legal team for lawyer and director of Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum, Musa Kika has expressed concern over remarks by Justice Minister Ziyambi Ziyambi following the recent landmark High Court ruling.
The ruling declared the extension of Chief Justice Luke Malaba’s term of office as
“That organisations, regardless of their field, must keep innovating is now well-established fact. The Covid -19 pandemic certainly unveiled even more how important innovation is for businesses to survive and thrive even in the direst circumstances,’ said Old Mutual Group CEO, Sam Matsekete. Trends in
ZB Financial Holdings (ZB) has reported a 10 percent decline in total income for the first quarter 2021 (Q1) to ZWL$ 1.3 billion from due to a 58 percent reduction in exchange income following measures taken by authorities to tame the exchange rate movements.
Zimbabwe Women will be without six key players, including captain Mary-Anne Musonda, when they face South Africa Emerging Women in five one-day matches in Bulawayo.
The games – scheduled for 18, 20, 22, 24 and 26 May – will be played behind closed doors at Queens
Harare businessman and Pokugara Properties managing director Michael John Van Blerk who is facing perjury charges cannot stand trial as he is sick.
Appearing before Harare magistrate Stanford Mambanje, defence lawyer Advocate Tawanda Zhuwarara pleaded with the court for postponement of trial to the 30th of
An officer with the Central Intelligence Organization (CIO) has appeared in court before Harare magistrate Denis Mangosi on allegations of contravening section 182 of the customs and exercise act, smuggling and criminal abuse of office