Parliament is expected to debate conditions at the country’s prisons including the contentious issue of diet for inmates.
FORMER Zanu PF secretary for administration Didymus Mutasa and his nephew former Zanu-PF Mashonaland West Provincial chairperson Temba Mliswa, yesterday witnessed their romance with Zanu-PF go up in smoke
ZCTU has said a huge trade deficit remains the major setback to industrial growth, employment creation, and infrastructural development in the country.
Kwekwe mayor Matenda Madzoke has rapped his predecessors of rushing to shut down a community-owned nursery school two years ago without considering the plight of the 60 kindergarten children who were affected by the move.
CHINESE-OWNED mining company, Anjin Investments (Pvt) Ltd, has attributed its failure to pay workers’ salaries on the sharp drop in alluvial diamond deposits in the Marange area.
Midlands State University yesterday imposed a daily $2 fine for students who will miss the April 13 registration deadline for the January-June 2015 semester.
OVER 55 workers at Wattle Company and Vumba plant premises in Mutare yesterday fought running battles with police after they stormed their employer’s offices demanding outstanding salaries for the past year.
Parliament has been urged to craft an enabling law in order to operationalise the National Peace and Reconciliation Commission .
Mkoba Teachers’ College in Gweru has been operating without a clinic since its establishment in 1976 forcing students to seek medical services from outside the institution.
Dr Patson Dzamara, brother of abducted and still missing fiery journalist and activist Itai Dzamara, has called for a new crop of leaders who will move the country forward on the social, economic and political fronts.