The land dispute between land developer Georgios Katsimberis and controversial businessman Kenneth Raydon Sharpe owned Pokugara properties took another twist with the former's defence lawyer Tendai Biti seeking an order to have the case struck off the roll.
Katsimberis is chief witness in a case of
Forty six Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) across the country have expressed concern over the passing of Constitutional Amendment Bill number 2 by parliament saying the move is a reversal of the gains recorded by the overwhelming participation and endorsement of the new charter by Zimbabweans
Civic Society Organisations under the auspices of the Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) have urged the Southern African Development Community to prioritise humanitarian intervention in the conflict ridden Cabo Delgado province of Mozambique.
The Coalition whilst acknowledging military intervention by the regional bloc, called for the
A consortium of Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) in the country have condemned the proposal of the Patriotic Bill saying it is an attempt aimed at silencing and shrinking the civic space.
The late ZANU-PF legislator for Mberengwa South, Alum Mpofu, moved a motion in the National
Girls Rights movement Shamwari Yemwanasikana has expressed concern over the upsurge of COVID-19 cases in schools, calling on the Government to continue putting measures to protect students.
In a statement, the movement noted recent reports of COVID-19 cases at St David’s Bonda High School in Manicaland.
Local Government and Public Works Minister July Moyo has denied allegations of fraud emanating from a Deed of Settlement signed between Harare City Council and controversial businessman Ken Sharpe owned Augur Investments.
Minister Moyo was responding to a court application by MDC Alliance legislator Norman Markham
The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has fined the Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) US$2 000 for lack of technical facilities at the National Sports Stadium.
In statement, ZIFA communications manager Xolisani Gwesela said a letter received from CAF noted several irregularities at the giant stadium.
The Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights) has expressed dismay over the passing of the Constitutional Amendment Bill Number 2 in the lower house of the National Assembly.
In a statement, ZimRights says the Constitution had suffered a deadly blow and a betrayal of the people by
Opposition MDC –T leader Douglas Mwonzora has defended Members of Parliament from his political outfit following massive criticism from a section of the public who accused the legislators of selling out by voting in favor of Constitutional Amendment Bill Number 2 in Parliament yesterday.
Emerging from a disused mining shaft in the small town of Kadoma with the help of his friend and partner in this venture, a visibly tired Tawanda Chipere is heavily laden with three bags of ore.
He is an artisanal gold miner, a trade he joined