President Jacob Zuma’s comments on the number of Zimbabweans currently in South African jails were “inappropriate” given the wave of xenophobic violence that has hit Durban and Johannesburg,
Jakarta — President Robert Mugabe and the Chairman of North Korea’s Presidium of the Supreme People’s Assembly Kim Yong-nam — two of the oldest State leaders attending the 60th Asian-African Conference Commemoration (AACC) — did not participate in the Bandung Historical Walk in the West Java capital yesterday.
A MARANGE Resource Diamond company guard who shot an illegal diamond panner last year appeared at the Mutare Magistrates’ Court on murder charges on Thursday
INDEPENDENT candidate for Harare East constituency, Zechariah Mushawatu, says if elected he will advocate for the amendments of the Labour Act to ensure the retirement age in Zimbabwe becomes 60 years instead of the current 65 years.
Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) chairperson Justice Rita Makarau has said alignment of the Electoral Act with the new Constitution is a key priority area.
THE Zimbabwe Prison and Correctional Services (ZPCS) yesterday commissioned the first phase of Chikurubi Water Project that includes three water boreholes to supply clean water to 10 000 people living at the prison complex.
Authorities at Harare City Council continue to issue conflicting statements over the chaotic water billing system, with management insisting that all is in order,
Budiriro MP Costa Machingauta is reportedly battling for his life at a private clinic in Harare after he, together with at least 10 other opposition activists, were brutally assaulted by suspected Zanu PF youths on Thursday.
In our publication of April 23, 2015 on Page 21 under the headline Has Shimmer Chinodya lost his marbles? Our readers strongly felt that the use of the headline to describe the acclaimed writer was disparaging
Manicaland Provincial Affairs minister Mandi Chimene has urged social workers in the country to join Zanu PF if they were to avoid facing hindrances in their work.