A SLUR on President Robert Mugabe’s advanced age landed a Bindura man in trouble after he reportedly told a fellow worker that he was “President Robert Mugabe’s baboon” and his mind was as old as that of the 91-year-old leader following an altercation over the accused’s wife.
HARARE mayor Bernard Manyenyeni has conceded that the increase of vendors in the city had overwhelmed council and that Local Government minister Ignatius Chombo was working on a lasting solution to the matter.
Maternal conditions and cervical cancer are among the top causes of death in Zimbabwe with more than 1 400 women dying annually from cancer-related illnesses.
Sadc-sponsored candidate Thomas Zondo Sakala says he is not feeling any pressure and has put forward his vision and agenda on the table as African Development Bank (AfDB) members meet today to elect a new president.
Midkwe Minerals, which has been involved in a longstanding mine ownership wrangle with Kwekwe Consolidated Gold Mine (KCGM), has been forced out by the Supreme Court.
Gender activists and human rights defenders today celebrate World Menstruation Day amid calls on societies to break down global taboos around menstruation (a natural bodily function), and discuss pertinent issues like hygiene and access to proper sanitary supplies.
The High Court has dismissed former Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) president Love more Matombo’s application challenging the outcome of the ZCTU 2011 congress, saying it was unconstitutional.
The Zimbabwe Informal Sectors’ Organisation (Ziso) fears the government will repeat the infamous Operation Murambatsvina/Operation Restore Order of 2005 that left hundreds of thousands homeless if it heeds calls to remove vendors from the streets of Harare.
LOCAL Government minister and Zanu PF secretary for administration Ignatius Chombo yesterday pledged to give home ownership to residents who have rented council houses for over 40 years.
THREE people died on the spot while 13 others were injured when a cross-border Tombs Motorways bus was hit by a haulage truck at the 72km peg along the Shurugwi-Zvishavane Road yesterday morning.