The government and its partners have initiated a solar for health project that has seen over 1000 health institutions across the country receiving solar equipment to enable them to provide a non-stop cold chain and power supply.
Addressing journalists during a tour of Mahusekwa District
The ruling Zanu-PF party appears desperate to capture every sector of the population ahead of the 2023 elections after a new entity by the name Civil Servants TrustED which includes members of the security forces registered its presence.
In an interview with a local publication, Secretary-General
Opposition Citizens Coalition for Change president Nelson Chamisa has been denied access to meet incarcerated legislators Job Sikhala, Godfrey Sithole and fourteen other Nyatsime party activists who are facing charges of inciting public violence.
Chamisa had gone to Chikurubi Maximum Prison after he was cleared by
The Combined Harare Residents Association (CHRA) has written to the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) seeking the Commission to investigate the theft of equipment at various Harare City health centres.
CHRA claims that there have been theft of solar panels and water tanks at various council clinics
Harare, Zimbabwe, 27 October 2022 - Distributed Power Africa (DPA), a business of Cassava Technologies, a leading pan-African technology group, has signed a 25-year power lease agreement with Varun Beverages – the to install a 2.5MWp rooftop solar solution at Varun's manufacturing plant in Harare.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has commended the government of Zimbabwe over its ongoing interventions to protect children against the risk of poliovirus infection.
Addressing the polio vaccination launch Wednesday, WHO country representative Dr Alex Gasasira said the risk of importation of poliovirus into Zimbabwe
Flamboyant businessman and the ruling ZANU PF Central Committee member Mike Chimombe has been acquitted of a fraud charge involving over US$16 000, a development that has sparked outrage among citizens.
Chimombe becomes the second ZANU PF official after Justice Mayor Wadyajena to dodge prison over
Global organization of national parliaments, the Inter Parliamentary Union (IPU) has called on Zimbabwean authorities to provisionally release incarcerated Zengeza west legislator Job Sikhala.
Sikhala is facing charges of inciting public violence following statements he made at slain opposition activist Moreblessing Ali’s funeral and has been
Zimbabwe Women's Parliament Caucus (ZWPC) has urged the government to divert the five percent mobile airtime levy towards sexual and reproductive health rights programming.
Addressing a pre-budget seminar in Harare last week, ZWPC chairperson, Goodluck Kwaramba said the proportion of the 5 percent mobile airtime levy,
Zimbabwe has marked the Results Based Financing(RBF) project a success after the country recorded a significant improvement in coverage of maternal family and child health indicators.
Addressing journalists on behalf of the Permanent Secretary for Health and Child Care, Air Commodore Jasper Chimedza, Acting Chief Director