Givemore Bepura told NewsDay yesterday that they have developed an online application to train youths on SRHR, HIV and COVID-19 issues.
According to the reporter Moreblessings Nyoni, police saw him taking pictures and requested for a Press card and his reasons for taking pictures.
In a statement yesterday, ZUJ said: “Violence and harassment of journalists must stop”.
In a statement, the national spokesperson of Jehovah's Witnesses of Zimbabwe, Kudakwashe Chikuvadze said new hand-washing stations would be put in all kingdom halls around the country.
The forthcoming album includes songs like Svovi and I Miss Love.
The Mutare-born, soft-spoken and unassuming character captured the hearts of many television viewers through his way of dishing out comedy in a subtle manner.
The call comes after a video of suspected Zanu PF youths assaulting elderly members of the opposition Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) over and alleged political gathering in Murewa.
FORMER TelOne managing director Chipo Mtasa has been appointed Air Zimbabwe board chairperson effective February 6. 
Zec deputy chairperson Rodney Simukai Kiwa told diplomats yesterday during a signing ceremony of a US$1,4 million donation to Zec by the Japanese embassy.
Veritas described Mnangagwa’s gazette as a nullity.
Mutsvangwa said the report paved the way for Zanu PF to “finally bury” the Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) in the upcoming election, but the opposition party dismissed him as a day-dreamer.
Nedbank’s sponsorship of the Challenge Cup, which takes their investment in local rugby to almost US$400 000, demonstrates the financial institution’s commitment to developing Zimbabwean rugby.
The book, which is Mundondo’s second publication, was launched over the weekend (Saturday) at Milan Restaurant in Gweru.