Hwange central legislator and opposition MDC Alliance Deputy Treasurer General Daniel Molokele has intervened in a labour dispute between workers and management at Synohydro Corporation in Hwange.
Synohydro Corporation was awarded a US$1,4 Billion contract by the government to expand Hwange thermal power station’s generation capacity
The Zimbabwe Republic Police has refuted social media claims that a student from a Harare school who appeared in viral video being assaulted by a teacher had been caught in a compromising position with a schoolmate.
Social media has been awash with reports that the assaulted
There is a tide of mobile apps usage in much of Sub-Saharan Africa since the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic less than two years ago, and Zimbabwe is relatively riding along.
Not to say the journey so far has been smooth sailing, there have been challenges
Community Working Group on Health (CWGH) has warned the government against barring unvaccinated people from accessing services saying they will always develop corrupt ways to survive.
This comes after the government described the vaccination campaign as a work in progress with Zimbabwe now among countries with
MUTARE- Citizens in Manicaland province have expressed concern over the lack of social protection in the proposed national 2022 budget, calling for prioritization of health, education and agriculture.
Presenting oral evidence to the Public Accounts Committee during a national budget consultation for the 2022 National Budget,
A Harare man, Jan Pieters (57) has appeared before Harare magistrate Chido Garwe accused of physically harassing his minor grandchild.
It is the state's case that on 10 June 2021, Pieters had an altercation with his son's ex-wife Shanny Pieters who visited the family home to
THE Supreme Court has settled the battle for the control of the African Apostolic Church (Vapostori VeAfrica) after it dismissed, in part, an appeal filed by the church’s founder Paul Mwazha’s son Alfred, seeking to nullify a High Court order that reinstated his father as
About 5 000 urban dwellers in Zimbabwe are set to be part of a pilot project run by the World Food Program (WFP) this year that seeks to produce as much fresh vegetables and legumes in the inner city through a scientific farming technique that
MDC Alliance vice president Tendai Biti had no kind words for regional magistrate Wongai Guwuriro- Muchuchuti after she allowed his ‘assault’ trial to continue in the absence of his legal counsel Alec Muchadehama.
Biti is facing assault charges following a verbal altercation outside Harare Magistrates court
Zanu PF Acting Commissar Patrick Chinamasa has claimed that MDC Alliance leader, Nelson Chamisa was forcing himself on the Masvingo people who were not interested in listening to his party's views.
Speaking at a press conference in Harare early this week, Chinamasa blamed Chamisa, who is