A first of its kind Disability Rights Moot Court meant to identify gaps within Zimbabwean legal frameworks that hinder women with disabilities, survivors of sexual abuse and violence from accessing justice will be launched in Masvingo this month, 263Chat has learnt.
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MUTARE- City of Mutare has resolved to provide serviced residential stands to home-seekers after ditching private land developers who according to the municipality have only worsened the housing situation.
City of Mutare is sitting on a waiting list of over to sixty thousand people.
Mutare housing director,
Diversified resource group, RioZim Limited, says it has prioritized the completion of the US$ 17 million Biological Oxidation (BIOX) plant at the firm's Cam and Motor mine in Kadoma this year following delays to the project in the past two years due to funding constraints
A Mutare Magistrate on Tuesday 6 April 2021 acquitted two Mutare residents Precious and Priviledge Gwatidzo, who are twin sisters, after they stood trial on charges of unnecessary movement during the national lockdown period imposed by government in 2020 in a bid to curb the
No one has ever been misquoted for keeping silent, thus silence is golden.
By Shelton Muchena/Desmond Nleya
This adage fits well to the man who has been a work horse of ZANU PF since the turn of the new millennium.
The man has been at one time sitting
Caledonia Mining Corporation has announced its fifth quarterly dividend increase in the last 18 months with the latest gain taking the price of shares to US$0.12 each, company Chief Executive Officer Steve Curtis has said.
Speaking on the announcement, Curtis indicated that the development is reflective
Civic Society Organisations (CSOs) under the auspices of the Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) have denounced the adjustments being made on the Constitutional Amendment Bill number 1 saying the exercise is an attempt by the ruling party to consolidate power.
The Bill, through amendments to Section
Medical doctors have urged the government to do more on vaccine literacy through enhanced public campaigns to popularize the roll-out program while dispelling myths and misconceptions around the lifesaving drug.
In a statement, Zimbabwe Association of Doctors for Human Rights (ZADHR) said more needs to be
Opposition MDC Alliance president Nelson Chamisa has come under fire for his silence and absence at the sentencing of rights activist and party member Makomborero Haruzivishe at Harare Magistrates court yesterday.
Haruzivishe was sentenced to 14 months in prison by Harare magistrate, Judith Taruvinga following his
Pan-African singing competition, Old Mutual Amazing Voices singing competition is set for a return on small screens across the African continent from April 11, bringing cheer to a continent ravaged by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The auditions for the second season of the reality television series that