Harare Metropolitan Provincial and Devolution Permanent Secretary, Tafadzwa Muguti has issued an order to close unlicensed and unclean food outlets following a recent cholera outbreak in the capital.
Addressing journalists in Harare on Monday, Muguti also revealed that teams had been deployed to inspect and address
Speaker of Parliament, Advocate Jacob Mudenda has issued a stern warning to Members of Parliament (MPs) who fail to attend parliamentary sessions despite being booked at Harare hotels.
Addressing few Parliamentarians who attended yesterday’s session, Mudenda declared that those who do not attend will not receive
The situation of persons with disabilities in Zimbabwe’s elections is not only a matter of electoral administration but also a matter of human rights
National Housing Minister Daniel Garwe and Industry and Commerce Minister Sekai Nzenza have expressed deep concern over the dire state of water and sanitation health in the Mbare suburb.
The government officials yesterday visited the area to assess the situation following a cholera outbreak in the
Women make up over half of the population, yet they continue to be underrepresented in political decision-making bodies
Opposition Citizens Coalition for Change leader Nelson Chamisa has claimed that his party is aware of a massive scam to manipulate the upcoming general elections in the country.
In a tweet, Chamisa expressed concerns over the alleged transfer of voters from rural to urban areas, which
Opposition Citizens Coalition for Change leader, Nelson Chamisa has called on Parliament to seize the opportunity to address the challenges undermining the credibility and legitimacy of elections in the country.
Posting on Twitter, Chamisa highlighted key areas that need urgent attention to ensure fair and transparent
Government has accused local retail shops for causing the artificial shortages of basic commodities have been observed in the country recently.
Speaking during a post cabinet press briefing, Information Minister Monica Mutsvangwa said that a survey conducted by the government found that most basic commodities are
As of May 10, three power stations, Harare, Kariba, and Hwange, were generating a total of 923MW, according to ZPC
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has declared a General Notice 635 of 2023 that purportedly placed the procurement of certain goods in the health sector outside public scrutiny, a nullity.
Under the now nullified Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets Act [Chapter 22:23], certain items in the