President Emmerson Mnangagwa has been accused of making broad promises on political reforms but failing to deliver since taking power in 2017, the Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) barometer report has said.
The report released this week said there was a striking similarity between the current
About 6 000 small holder farmers in Chiredzi and Mangwe are set to benefits from 6 000 tonnes of traditional grains inputs donated by India-UN Development Partnership to be administered by the World Food Programme.
A total of 3484 farmers in Mangwe and 2602 farmers in
The 10-day detention of Mary Mubaiwa, former wife of Vice-President Constantino Chiwenga, for medical examination at Harare remand prison, despite her obvious health condition, has outraged Zimbabwe's social media community.
Mary, who is visibly unwell as she is infested by wounds all over her body, was
The Combined Harare Residents Association (CHRA) has petitioned Parliament to summon the Ministry of Health and Child Care and the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) to clear the confusion over the holding of by-elections.
By-elections were suspended following the advent of COVID-19 pandemic last year with government
Zimbabwe is on the verge of decriminalizing HIV transmission through the Marriages Bill Section 53(2) as a way of modernizing and humanizing the country's HIV response.
Under the current laws, transmission of HIV to another person, unknowingly or not is a criminal offense.
Speaking during the launch
A Zimbabwe Republic Republic police officer, Godknows Dzangare is appearing before Harare magistrate Judith Taruvinga facing charges of assault and malicious damage of property
Election lobby group, the Election Resource Centre (ERC) has welcomed the country’s ratification of the African Charter on Democracy, Elections and Governance (ACDEG) saying it is a positive step towards commitment to credible elections.
In a statement, ERC said the ratification will only come to fruition
Victoria Falls Safari Lodge estate last month recorded its highest occupancies since the onset of Covid-19 in March 2020, with operators in Zimbabwe’s top tourist destination optimistic of a recovery following the collapse of the industry.
Occupancy across Africa Albida Tourism’s (AAT) Victoria Falls Safari Lodge,
DIVERSIFIED agro-concern, Zimplow Holdings posted a resilient performance during third quarter to September despite headwinds in the economy which included inflation and lockdown restrictions, the Group said in its Q3 trading update.
Group revenue was up by 45 percent as profitability grew 61 percent in real
Lisa Vanhala, UCL
COP26, the recently concluded UN climate change conference in Glasgow, marked a critical turning point in global politics. From now on, the issue of climate justice will be unavoidable for rich countries.
The Glasgow Climate Pact “urges” rich countries like the US (referred to