Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) chief executive officer, Happison Muchechetere’s bid to thwart criminal prosecution on allegations of contravening procurement regulations, yesterday hit a snag at the Constitutional Court
Vice-president Emmerson Mnangagwa says at least 16 000 beasts have died due to drought which has affected many parts of the country, with Masvingo the hardest hit province, losing at least 6 000 beasts since October last year.
HURUNGWE East legislator Sarah Mahoka (Zanu PF) yesterday warned Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa he risked “dying” if he does not rein in party officials abusing his name and campaigning for him to succeed President Robert Mugabe.
A WOMAN, who claimed to be Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s daughter allegedly tried to extort $1 million from a white Goromonzi farmer, so he would not be evicted from the farm.
THE inquest into the stampede which left 11 people dead at a Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries all-night prayer meeting at Mbizo Stadium in Kwekwe last year failed to resume yesterday after prosecutor Salome Maunganidze fell sick.
OPPOSITION parties and political analysts have urged Zanu PF to be consistent and desist from attacking non-governmental organisations (NGOs), saying this creates unnecessary hostility in the face of need.
A TRAFFIC police officer stationed at Warren Park Police Station in Harare, Silas Kwaringa, who is facing charges of theft of a vehicle, was yesterday issued with a warrant of arrest after he absconded his court hearing.
GOVERNMENT says it has activated its disease surveillance machinery after receiving alerts from the World Health Organisation (WHO) over the outbreak of the deadly Zika virus in South America.
HARARE City Council has sacked a water engineer, while six more officials are in the firing line for connecting water to illegal settlements, some of which have been demolished.