MUTARE- A coalition of residents’ associations across Zimbabwe, have appealed to the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) to hold by-elections to fill vacant parliamentary and local government seats created by recalls and deaths of elected officials.
In a Press Statement to the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC), eighteen
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has urged citizens to get vaccinated for COVID-19 to boost government efforts towards achieving the targeted herd immunity of 10 million people.
Announcing additional lockdown guidelines meant to reduce the spread of COVID-19 pandemic during the Easter holiday yesterday, President Mnangagwa urged people
African Union Special Envoy for COVID-19 and Pan-African businessman Strive Masiyiwa has spoken on the role he played in helping put together an agreement signed early this week for Johnson & Johnson (J&J) to manufacture 400 million doses of vaccines for Africa, worth nearly US$4
Barely two weeks after schools re-opened for the first term of 2021, there is a general relaxation among pupils who no longer abide by the COVID-19 rules which stipulate mandatory wearing of face masks, regular sanitization of hands and maintenance of social distance at all
Today marks exactly one year since Zimbabwe declared its first hard lockdown as authorities joined other nations to curb the spread of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
At this point, Zimbabwe had reported five confirmed COVID-19 cases and one death.
Then, very little was known about the
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has commended ongoing research in traditional medicines being carried out as part of national efforts to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
This follows the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between Zimbabwe and China which already culminated in the establishment of Traditional Chinese Medicine
The Professor Lovemore Madhuku led National Constitutional Assembly (NCA) has castigated senior and ordinary members of various opposition MDC factions who are defecting to the ruling ZANU PF saying they are undermining the fight against the liberation movement.
In a statement, party national spokesperson Madock Chivasa
Underground hip-hop musician, R-Peels -real name Bruce Mungoyo has stirred social media controversy after labelling a section of his music consumers as 'losers'.
Posting on Microblogging site, Twitter, R-Peels hinted that artists could make much more than "losers" working in conventional 9am to 5pm jobs.
The ruling Zanu PF says it will continue to welcome those coming back to the party, secretary for Information and Publicity Ambassador Simon Khaya Moyo has said.
In a statement in response to accusations that the ruling party was printing opposition MDC Alliance party regalia and
The Zimbabwe Republic Police says a cumulative 27 220 people have been arrested in connection with illegal mining activities across the country since Operation Chikorokoza Ngachipere was launched two year ago.
ZRP launched the operation to end unregulated mining activities towards the end of 2019 after