Opposition activists Joana Mamombe and Cecilia Chimbiri who are being accused of faking their abduction have applied to have their matter refered to the Constitutional Court on the grounds that they feel their rights were violated.
The duo's lawyer, Jeremiah Bamu led his witness (also applicants)
Investors who were in a partnership with former Local Government minister Ignatius Chombo have decided to pull out of the deal following government's move to withdraw the 99-year lease.
Chombo's lawyer, Tungamirayi Muganhiri said the farm grab is now scaring investors who have been loyal to
Opposition leader Nelson Chamisa has resolved to do away with the Movement for Democratic Change name by announcing the formation of the Citizen Coalition for Change.
Addressing journalists in Harare, Monday, Chamisa said the new name came after consultations with citizens and that the party will
Zimbabwe’s reserve money for the week ending 14th January 2022 grew by ZW$1.06 billion to ZW$27.18 billion from the previous week’s position of ZW$26.12 billion as it continues to widen the gap ahead of December levels of ZW$25.94 billion with two more weeks to go
A former Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) officer, Inspector Gibson Jaji has exonerated
rape accused Goodness and Mercy Ministries founder Prophet T Freddy becoming the second witness to clear the popular preacher.
T Freddy is currently in court facing charges of raping ZBC presenter Rutendo Makuti.
Jaji was part
Zimbabwean authorities will be under the spotlight on Tuesday 25 January 2022 when High Court Judge Justice Munamato Mutevedziwill preside over the hearing and determination of an application filed by some prisoners seeking an order compelling Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) and government to allow them to vote during elections.
Former Zimbabwe Senior Men's Cricket team captain, Brendan Taylor has been embroiled in a drug and match-fixing storm.
In a statement released this morning, Taylor revealed that he has been under investigation for match-fixing in the past two years and the international cricket board, International Cricket
MUTARE- Meteorological Services Department (MSD) has warned of the possibility of heavy rains and strong winds, for four days this week, as tropical depression from the Mozambique channel will sweep through eastern parts of Zimbabwe.
In a notice released today by Met Services and the department
The youth Coalition on Electoral Reforms has called on the Government and relevant stakeholders to deal with the threat of politically motivated violence ahead of the much awaited March 26 by-elections.
Addressing journalists in Harare last Friday, Avoid Masiraha who is the Youth Forum director called
Harare’s secretary for Provincial Affairs and Devolution Tafadzwa Muguti is facing a three-year jail term for defying a High Court order barring him from demolishing people’s properties in Chitungwiza.
This follows a recent chamber application for contempt of court under case number 393/22 by Chitungwiza Residents