Government has advised that this year’s Robert Gabriel Mugabe National Youth day will rollover to Monday since this year’s day is being commemorated on Sunday.
In a statement, the Ministry of Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage said the day will be commemorated on Sunday the 21st
The Association of Healthcare Funders of Zimbabwe (AFHoZ) has paid tribute to President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration on the way it has handled the COVID-19 pandemic.
Speaking during Webinar meeting on COVID-19 vaccination held recently, AFHoZ board chairman, Noah Matimba acknowledged Government’s commitment to the planned vaccination
Human Rights watchdog, the Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) has accused the government of lacking seriousness in its COVID-19 response.
In its COVID-19 accountability tracker that seeks to highlight abuse of authority, rampant corruption, poor public accountability
of transparency, ZPP says the Government is
National Constitutional Assembly (NCA) president Professor Lovemore Madhuku says last year's grade seven results were a small part of a big problem in the country's education system.
Speaking during a media briefing in Harare today, Madhuku blamed the ruling Zanu PF government for the poor grade
Lecturers at ZAOGA owned Zimbabwe Ezekiel Guti University (ZEGU) have stopped conducting online lectures demanding salaries and COVID-19 allowances equivalent to the ones paid State run Universities.
A lecturer who spoke to 263Chat on condition of anonymity said they have stopped conducting lectures owing to poor
The Confederation of Zimbabwe Retailers (CZR) has called on the corporate world to rally behind the Government’s fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
This follows Government's invitation to the business community to outspread their hand towards procurement of COVID-19 vaccines projected to require US$100 million.
In a statement,
The Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights) has filed an urgent High Court application seeking to compel the Government to provide a COVID-19 National Vaccination Deployment Plan.
The application comes at a time President Emmerson Mnangagwa announced that the country will vaccinate more than 60 percent of
President Emmerson Mnangagwa says the country will soon embark on a second front COVID-19 pandemic preventive measure which will see 60% of the country's population receiving vaccine.
In an address to the nation Mnangagwa said the first phase of the free state funded vaccines will see
The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has raised concern over an increase in national lockdown violations across the country’s major cities.
In a statement, Police national spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi said members of the public have become complacent in the observance of the national lockdown measures.
Opposition MDC Alliance Harare West legislator Joana Mamombe and Cecelia Chimbiri have been denied bail by Harare Magistrate Stanford Mambanje.
Magistrate Mambanje remanded the two in custody to February 18, 2021.
Speaking soon after ruling defence lawyer Charles Kwaramba of the Zimbabwe lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR)