Government has launched the Health Resilience Fund (HRF) which seeks to accelerate progress towards achieving Universal Health Coverage (UHC), Minister of Health and Child Care (MoHCC) and Vice President Constantino Chiwenga has said.
The Fund with a budget of approximately USD 90 million will focus on
The ruling Zanu PF has hit out at the outgoing United States of America (USA) President Donald Trump over his reaction to the just ended Presidential Elections saying it exposes the US' double standards in enforcing democratic principles which it cannot meet itself.
The Trump campaign
Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister, Sibusiso Moyo expressed disbelief and disappointment over a recent debate on the arrest of Henrietta Rushwaya for trying to smuggle 6 kgs of gold to Dubai by the British Upper House.
The House of Lords representatives alleged that Rushwaya is
The Deputy Chairperson of the African Union (AU) Commission Kwesi Quartey has called for the immediate removal of sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe by the west.
Addressing delegates during the ongoing Africa Regional Forum on Sustainable AU deputy Chairperson Kwesi Quartey, said sanctions on Zimbabwe are hindering
Government has welcomed European Union's (EU) slight ease of the economic sanctions which involves scrapping of the measures on four individuals.
This was revealed in the EU's communique of the organisation's meeting in Brussels today.
Government, speaking through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs And International Trade, appreciated
President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday sent a chilling warning to Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and pro-democracy leaders to stay in their lane.
This comes at a time the country’s political situation is deteriorating as several CSO leaders have been arrested for being critical of the government while
The European Union has committed US$34 million for the Spotlight Initiative country programme in Zimbabwe which seeks to eradicate gender based violence (GBV) in the country.
The project is being implemented by United Nations in partnership with the Ministry of Women Affairs, Community, Small and Medium
European Union (EU) ambassador to Zimbabwe Timo Olkkonen described the 2018 post-election and mid-January 2019 military inspired violence as a holdup to the country’s international relations charging that the perpetrators must be held accountable.
In response to a severe outbreak of cholera that is believed to have infected over 6,400 people in Zimbabwe according to the World Health Organisation, the European Union is providing €90,000 in humanitarian funding to help control the deadly epidemic.
President elect, Emmerson Mnangagwa’s global reengagement agenda has been thrown under the bus by the Zimbabwe Liberation War Veterans Association (ZLWVA) who today fired salvo at the world economic and political super powers Britain and United States on the back of allegations of colluding with