Government has with immediate effect scrapped the wearing of face masks in public to vaccinated citizens.
Addressing the post cabinet briefing on Tuesday, Information minister Monica Mutsvangwa said those fully inoculated should carry their vaccination cards as proof.
“Those who have been fully vaccinated are no longer
Incarcerated Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) member and Zengeza West legislator Job Sikhala’s international lawyer Robert Amsterdam says his firm’s role is to show the world how the Zimbabwe’s judiciary system has broken.
In a statement, the United States of America born Amsterdam accused the ruling
A Rwandese delegation arrived in the country on Monday to supervise the recruitment of teachers to work in east African country.
The recruitment examinations is set to start tomorrow in Harare, Bulawayo, Mashonaland West, Mashonaland Central and Midlands and expected to end on Thursday with more
The cost of sending children to school in Zimbabwe this year will be over 6 times more than the average household’s income, ranking it among the world’ s most expensive places for sending children to school, a report by a global payments company, WorldRemit shows.
'She Speaks' is a feminine corner that seeks to bring out the muzzled voices of women around Zimbabwe. This show will be bringing to light issues being faced by women in their day-to-day lives. Making an effort to support the 'break the bias's movement, this
High Court judge Justice Sylvia Chirau Mugomba has dismissed without reasons, a bail application filed by Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) member and Zengeza West lawmaker Job Sikhala.
Sikhala is charged with obstructing or defeating the course of justice after he allegedly posted a video that
HIGH Court Judge Justice Emilia Muchawa has reaffirmed that consultations between detained prisoners and their lawyers should remain confidential in a momentous development which should put a stop to the pervasive and intrusive practice by Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services (ZPCS).
ZPCS through Superintendent Moses Gukurume,
The head of Finance and Administration at the Competition and Tariff Commission, Jonathan Dube, is the new president of the Chartered Governance and Accountancy Institute in Zimbabwe (CGAIZ).
Mr Dube, who was previously one of the Institute’s two vice-presidents, was elected president at the institute’s recent
A group of global experts convened by the World Health Organisation (WHO) have agreed on new names for monkeypox virus variants in a move meant to end stereotypes linked with the disease.
The monkeypox virus was named upon first discovery in 1958 before current best practices
Government has fired Zimbabwe Professional Nurses Union (ZPNU) president Robert Emmanuel Chiduku on improper conduct charges.
The dismissal stems from a meeting which he is alleged to have convened and conducted at Gweru Provincial Hospital during working hours.
263Chat is in possession of a letter from the