Government has for the first time responded to the Al Jazeera documentary on money laundering and gold smuggling saying it has instituted investigations into the allegations raised.
Addressing journalists in Harare, Information and Broadcasting Services Minister Monica Mutsvangwa said those found on the wrong side of
Harare – 31 March 2023 - Stanbic Bank Zimbabwe shrugged off the prevailing economic environment to post a ZWL 49.9 billion inflation adjusted profit after tax for the year ended 31 December 2022, up by 180 % from the prior year’s ZWL 17.8 billion.
Pan Africa research network Afrobarometer says the majority of Zimbabweans view most members of the country’s police force as corrupt.
In the latest report, the Ghana-based research network said Zimbabweans have little faith in the police because of their unprofessional conduct.
“In Zimbabwe, survey findings paint a
Zimbabwe's ruling party, Zanu PF, has disqualified Robert Nyemudzo, the winning candidate in the primary elections for Chipinge South, for owning an illicit beer manufacturing factory.
According to Zanu PF national spokesperson Christopher Mutsvangwa, Nyemudzo allegedly owns one of the biggest brewers of tumbwa and
A Zebra Kiss bus driver Mika Makwara has been sentenced to two years in prison for his role in a fatal accident on the Harare-Nyamapanda highway earlier this year. Makwara's driver's license was also cancelled.
The accident occurred in January when two buses, Rimbi Travel
Reports from England suggest Warriors left-back, Jordan Zemura's time with Bournemouth may have come to an end. The academy graduate has not been included in the team for the Cherries' last three matches, as he has failed to respond to the offer of a new
Workers on short-term contracts are often not provided with basic employment rights, such as sick leave and holiday pay, and are at risk of losing their jobs at short notice.
Harare Regional magistrate Marevanazvo Gofa will on the 28th of April pass her verdict on Zengeza West legislator Job Sikhala's case of obstructing the course of justice.
This follows the completion of trial at the Harare Magistrates Court today.
The State will submit its closing submissions on 12
Stanbic Bank Zimbabwe was the platinum sponsor of the just ended two-day Hockey 5’s tournament in which 16 boys’ and girls’ schools from in and around Harare participated last week.
The Hockey 5’s tournament, which ended on Friday, resumed with a bang this year after a
Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) leader Douglas Mwonzora has says the Constitutional Court application challenging the Delimitation Report produced by Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) and gazetted by President Mnangagwa seeks to lay ground for credible elections contrary to notions that he is avoiding elections.