Harare Magistrate Stanford Mambanje on Tuesday 22 November 2022 sentenced 34 apostolic sect members after he convicted them for staging an anti-government demonstration over the troubled southern African country’s worsening economic crisis.Magistrate Mambanje sentenced the 34 congregants, who belong to Mirirai Jehovha Apostolic Church, to
The Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Union (ZCTU) has raised alarm over the recent Cabinet approval of the Criminal Law (Codification and Reform) Amendment Bill which criminalises conduct deemed as unpatriotic or undermining Zimbabwe’s sovereignty.
Information minister Monica Mutsvangwa confirmed that Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs minister Ziyambi
Zimbabwe and the European Union continue to strengthen a positive spinoff of President Emmerson Mnangagwa Engagement and Re-engagement foreign policy the 27-member bloc has committed more than 400 million Euros to support gender equality, women empowerment and smart agriculture in the country.
Briefing the media after
A health expert has pointed out erectile dysfunction as one of the major symptoms of long COVID that most men are suffering from lately after recovering from the global pandemic.
Long COVID also known as post-COVID conditions are a wide range of new, returning, or
In the first half of the year Mozambique recorded the biggest price increase in five years for many products.
By Aldemiro Bande
Mozambique has always been subject to persistent food insecurity, due in part to low investment in food production and natural disasters. Now it is witnessing
There is no specific law on sexual harassment in Zimbabwe. There are no national statistics on sexual harassment in Zimbabwe as no research has been openly carried out or conducted.
A shortlist of 15 African entrepreneurs and their pioneering technologies aimed at environmental rehabilitation, education, and human health and safety have been selected for the 2023 Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation, founded by the Royal Academy of Engineering. The 2023 shortlist represents ten African countries,
Harare, 23 November 2022 - Leading financial services institution, Stanbic Bank has bagged another Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) award, cementing its status as a bank with an unwavering commitment towards supporting the community in which it operates.
The Standard Bank Group subsidiary was recognized by Corporate
Harare City Council has blocked suspended Human Resources director, Cainos Chingombe from resuming his duties at town house despite the Harare regional magistrate court acquitting him of misappropriating municipality funds.
In a memo to the council's human capital heads of sections and copied to all human
Over 40 leading human rights and legal aid organisations from across the world have urged the government of Zimbabwe to stop targeting and negatively profiling civil society organisations who are providing invaluable services and playing a key role in ensuring good governance in the country.