SCORES of Arcadia residents were left homeless yesterday after the Harare City Council demolished 39 houses allegedly illegally built two decades ago on service land meant for drainage pipes and sewage systems.
THE Media Institute of Southern Africa-Zimbabwe (Misa Zimbabwe) has rapped government over its failure to align two draconian laws — Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act (AIPPA) and the Broadcasting Services Act (BSA) — with the Constitution.
AN audit report on the operations of the Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency (ZimStats) has unearthed massive mismanagement of funds and assets that could have prejudiced the government of millions of dollars.
UNITED Bulawayo Hospitals (UBH) nurses downed tools yesterday citing lack of stationery, needles and drugs, among other medical basics at the health institution.
Young Warriors crashed out of the Cosafa Under 20 Championship after they were held to a goalless draw by Namibia at a rain soaked Nkana Stadium in Kitwe yesterday.
THE country’s leading privately-run publishing company, Alpha Media Holdings (AMH), yesterday scooped nine awards for domineering the media industry at a colourful ceremony organised by the Zimbabwe Business Awards.
THE Affirmative Action Group (AAG) has asked government to reconsider its position on the indigenisation law, proposing that the threshold be reduced to between 10% and 30% for locals to benefit.
Following months of uncertainty surrounding their stay in South Africa, thousands of Zimbabweans are now fretting over bank threats to freeze their accounts this month-end when their permits expire.
BULAWAYO-BASED political pressure group Habakkuk Trust has petitioned Parliament to force the Registrar-General’s (RG) Office to issue out birth certificates to survivors of the Gukurahundi massacres in Matabeleland and Midlands provinces.
MEDIA mogul Trevor Ncube has assumed 100% ownership of Alpha Media Holdings (AMH) after his former partners Media Development Investment Fund (MDIF) disposed of their equity interest from Zimbabwe’s largest independent media house.