Section 161 (7 to 12) of the Constitution of Zimbabwe stipulates that; after delimiting wards and constituencies, ZEC must submit to the President a preliminary
Local civic society organizations under the flagship of the Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) have resolved to continue defending its members and human rights defenders from what it says persecution from the Government.
CiZC says the current operational context in the country is characterized by the
Zimbabwe Platinum Mines (Private) Limited (Zimplats) is under pressure to improve its corporate social responsibility amid reports that its South African unit run by the parent company Implats has transformed the community housing its investment which is now famously referred to as “Africa’s richest tribe”,
Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-T) president Douglas Mwonzora has brushed off party’s Secretary for Programs and Party Business, Norest Marara’s High Court application to stop his uncontested nomination ahead of the movement's ordinary congress set for 18 December.
Marara recently approached the High Court seeking the
Chipo Mutasa will step down as Managing Director of state-owned communication giant TelOne at the end of this month after a decade of service at the helm.
Mutasa leaves the company after completing her two 5-year tenure as prescribed by the law governing leadership of state-owned
Opposition Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) leader Nelson Chamisa has blamed the current limited electricity generation on corruption and obsolete equipment which he said needs rehabilitation.
Zimbabwe is currently experiencing one of its worst power crisis with loadshedding lasting up to at least 18 hours a
EcoEthics Global Movement, a non-governmental organization founded by US-based young climate change activist, Madhvi Chittoor last week held a tree planting exercise in commemoration of the International Day for Persons with Disabilities.
The commemorations for Tree Planting Day was held by EcoEthics Zimbabwe in partnership with
In two days, Meli will ride from Johannesburg to Bulawayo for 900 km.
By Nelson Chamisa
Fellow Africans Zimbabwe currently has a national electrification rate of 42%. While electricity has reached 83% of the urban households, rural electrification is still around 13% as per the National Energy Policy of 2012. Our Citizens Government will power every home and household.
By Nthokozo Gudu
Kana riri domba, idomba rudzii varume, kana iri nzara, inzara rudzii…ndezviudza aniko, ndotaurira aniko, rega ndirambe ndinyerere, zvandityisa. (What kind of a desire is this, who should I tell this to, let me keep quite; this is too scary.)
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