President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday accepted former Vice President Kembo Mohadi's resignation from the government after his fall from grace due to sexual misconduct allegations.
Mohadi tendered his resignation on Monday citing that he needed to do soul searching into the various allegations levelled against him.
Vice President Kembo Mohadi has warned members of the oppositions parties and the civil society to behave themselves during the 25 October Anti-Sanctions marches organised by SADC.
The Southern region bloc declared the day for SADC members to show solidarity against sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe by
High Court Judge Justice Amy Tsanga has ended the three-week detention of Tinashe Jonas, the leader on Ideal Zimbabwe political party after granting him freedom on bail pending trial
The Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet Dr Misheck J M Sibanda and the UN Resident Coordinator Mr Bishow Parajuli signed a USD 3.15 million agreement allocated by the UN Secretary-General to kick-start Peace Building Fund for Zimbabwe.
The Fund is part of the UN
HIGH Court Judge Justice Philda Muzofa will on Wednesday 31 October 2018 preside over the trial of some Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) officers, who are being sued by human rights lawyer Mordecai Mahlangu for the harassment he suffered when he was arrested in 2009 while
Desperate to contain the crumbling economic situation which has since gone out of hand, cabinet has warned businesses against inflating prices of basic commodities.
Addressing the media after a cabinet session yesterday, vice President Kembo Mohadi said stern measures will be taken against those that are
Both Chiwenga and Mohadi had served in the same position when Mnangagwa became president last November and were both widely tipped to retain their positions.
Local civil society groups have strongly condemned the bomb explosion at the Zanu PF Bulawayo rally that left 49 people injured saying the incidents dents country efforts to restore political legitimacy and set the country on an economic recovery path.
In a statement released today, the
Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-T) Alliance Presidential candidate, Nelson Chamisa has fired salvo at President Emmerson Mnangagwa over his soft approach to dealing with corruption saying his hands are tied as he is at the epicentre of it.
Addressing thousands of party supporters in Hwedza, Mashonaland
...School feeding is an essential tool for development which Zimbabwe considers as an investment in a special context, other than merely attracting learners to school,”