By Victor Fanuel
CHIPINGE- A locally based organization, Platform for Youth and Community Development (PYCD), has stated that the decade-long land dispute between Green Fuel and Chipinge villagers is still ongoing and unresolved, despite claims by the green energy company that both parties reached an agreement.
European Union Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Jobst von Kirchmann yesterday officially launched a campaign that seeks to promote constructive relationship on common interest between the country and the union.
The campaign focusses on two shared priorities in the areas of greener and climate smart agriculture and gender
Harare Magistrate Stanford Mambanje on Monday 21 November 2022 convicted 34 congregants, who had been on trial on charges of staging an anti-government protest against the country’s agonising political and economic crisis.
The 34 congregants, who are also members of Zimbabwe Transformative Party (ZTP), an opposition
By Tafadzwa MuranganwaRenowned master coach ,Blessing Duri has recommended life coaching as a skill that can help people build resilience in the face of the adversities brought about technological advancement leading often to mental health issues
Speaking on the sidelines of the 7th Certification and International
The High Court has dismissed an application by Harare land developer George Katsimberis who was seeking to bar Pokugara Properties from selling residential stands in Borrowdale.
Through his lawyer Tendai Biti, Katsimberis filed an urgent chamber application seeking an interdict against businessman Kenneth Sharpe and Pokugara
Chitungwiza Civil Magistrates Court has ordered Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) to pay ZWL400 000 as compensation to a man, who was severely assaulted and tortured in 2021 for allegedly violating curfew regulations.
By Charles Dzimwasha
46 year-old Edcock Dube of Chitungwiza, instituted legal action against Home Affairs
The Buy Zimbabwe week is meant to save foreign currency and jobs by prioritizing local products and promoting local markets.
Section 160 of the Constitution states that the ZEC must divide Zimbabwe into 210 constituencies, for the purpose of electing Members of Parliament, and divide local authority areas into wards according to the number of members to be elected to the local authorities concerned.
Zimbabwe is poised to go to an election early next year after a tough five years under President Emmerson Mnangagwa's administration.
Non-governmental organisation, Accountability Lab Zimbabwe (ALZ) in collaboration with Magamba Network is calling for applications for the 2023 ALZFilm Fellowship - open until December10.
ALZFilm Fellowship is an annual fellowship for young filmmakers in Zimbabwe who have an interest in social justice and accountability issues.