Robert Mugabe has officially resigned from his position as President of Zimbabwe with immediate effect, ending his 37 years grip on power.
In his letter read by the Speaker of the National Assembly, Advocate Jacob Mudenda during a parliamentary session to impeach him, Mugabe cited section
THE High Court will on Wednesday 22 November 2017 be seized with two matters filed by Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) seeking orders compelling the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) to register Zimbabweans considered “aliens” as prospective voters for the 2018 general elections and to
The current political impasse in the country has been a blessing to vendors who had endured hard times battling against police operation to restore order in the Central Business District (CBD) with many wishing if the situation could continue as it has given them a
President of Botswana, Seretse Khama Ian Khama has piled pressure on President Robert Mugabe to voluntarily relinquish power to pave way for socio-economic recovery of the country.
In an open letter to President Mugabe shared through Botswana government Facebook account, Khama called on the beleaguered Zimbabwean leader to
The obtaining political situation in the country has come at a cost to the current voter registration exercise which has record low turnout since the beginning of skirmishes in Harare last week Wednesday.
Addressing a press conference in Harare on Monday, Election Resource Centre (ERC) and
HIGH Court Judge Justice Happious Zhou will on Monday 20 November 2017 preside over the hearing of an urgent chamber application filed by Magamba Cultural Activist Network Trust seeking to compel the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) to return some computers, which they seized from the
Zanu PF parliamentarians are currently meeting at the party's headquarters to deliberate on plans to impeach President Robert Mugabe in Parliament following his refusal to bow down to pressure for him to step down by midday today.
The ruling party's chief whip, Lovemore Matuke told reporters
War veterans have called on Zimbabweans to continue exerting pressure on President Robert Mugabe to vacate office saying they were disappointed that he could not resign on Sunday night when he addressed the nation live on national television.
Addressing the media in Harare on Monday, Zimbabwe
While digital technology is threatening to diminish the role of intermediaries in African agriculture, there are signs that smart intermediaries will be around for some time. Although it is spreading connectivity among farmers, traders, consumers and policy makers, digital technology will always need people who
FreeZim Congress led by South African based businessman, Joseph Busha is rolling out income generating projects to female party members as a way of bolstering their participation in the 2018 elections.
Close to 100 women from the party's 10 provincial committees were in Harare to attend