The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) is desperately seeking to dodge liability for the negligent conduct of its officers, which caused the death of some people last year.
On 14 December 2022, Kevin Kabaya and Peggy Tavagadza of Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR), sued ZRP Commissioner-General
Former Zanu PF Mashonaland West provincial chairperson and Norton legislator Temba Mliswa has urged the ruling party to focus more on reaching out to former party loyalists and unite factions than making noise over former opposition opportunists stampeding to join the movement.
Mliswa’s remarks comes in
KIGALI, Rwanda, February 14, 2023/ -- Zimbabwe will be hosting the 6th Transform Africa Summit (TAS) (https://TransformAfricaSummit.org) from the 26th to the 28th of April 2023 at the Victoria Falls. Zimbabwe was selected against bids from the other 36 members of the Smart Africa Alliance.The
Zimbabwe Tobacco Growers Association says, tobacco output is expected to be high in both volume and quality due to the good rains that the country is receiving this cropping season.
George Seremwe, President of the Zimbabwe Tobacco Growers Association told journalists that the quality of the
French based Warriors midfielder Marshall Munetsi has urged the Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC) and Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) to find common ground for the country to play international football.
World Football governing body FIFA suspended Zimbabwe from international football citing Government interference following the suspension of the
Former deputy Prime Minister in the Government of National Unity (GNU) Professor Arthur Mutambara says the Indian company Water and Power Consultancy Services (WAPCOS) contracted to manage works at Hwange thermal power stations is incompetent to carry out the duties.
The country has been experiencing power shortages
EMA had said the fixed penalty of (ZWL$100 000), is prescribed in terms of Section 64 of the Environmental Management Authority Act
Zimbabwe – 115 all out in 40.5 overs (Innocent Kaia 38, Donald Tiripano 23*, Craig Ervine 22; Gudakesh Motie 7/37, Jason Holder 2/18, Alzarri Joseph 1/29)
West Indies – 133-4 in 41 overs (Raymon Reifer 53, Tagenarine Chanderpaul 36, Jermaine Blackwood 22; Brandon Mavuta 2/24, Wellington
Gary Ballance will sit out Zimbabwe’s second Test match against the West Indies which gets underway this Sunday at Queens Sports Club due to a migraine headache.
The batter, who scored a century in the first drawn game, has been feeling unwell for the past few
Home Affairs Minister Kazembe Kazembe says the Government has achieved and surpassed target for the national mobile registration carried out last year.
The six months national mobile registration exercise commenced on 1 April and ended on September 30 last year was intended at reaching out to