Woman stunned by ex-husband’s meagre pay

Zinyeka said her estranged husband could afford the figure as an internet search had shown that an average worker earned US$1000 in the UAE.
By Rejoice Phiri Mar. 10, 2024

Police block Sikhala solidarity rally

Masaraure added the movement remains unaffected by partisan police actions.
By Gracious Daniel Jan. 29, 2024

Police block Sikhala rally

They condemned the “systematic restriction of all activities done in the name of Job Sikhala by the Zimbabwean State”.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Dec. 21, 2023

Letters: Govt must correct electoral malpractices

Zec should comprehensively audit the voters rolls, proactively disclose all information on voter registration and provide stakeholders with meaningful and timely access to the final voters rolls.
By Amh Voices Dec. 4, 2023

Police stop teachers’ Palestine solidarity march

The teachers union wrote a letter to the police on October 17 notifying them of their intention to hold a solidarity march in accordance with clauses 6 and 7 of the Maintenance of Peace and Order Act.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Oct. 24, 2023

Crucial reforms missing in Zim polls: Zesn

Zesn said there was need to remove accreditation fees for domestic observers and to ensure punitive measures are put in place to address the issue of violence against women in elections.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Aug. 22, 2023

Police ban CCC rallies

Police banned CCC’s Mvurwi rally, which was scheduled to be addressed by CCC leader Nelson Chamisa just six days before the general elections.
By Problem Masau Aug. 19, 2023

Man goes berserk in court

Gerald Gahadzikwa lost his cool after he was ordered to pay US$60 towards the maintenance of his child.
By Rejoice Phiri Jul. 9, 2023

Defiant CCC resists rallies ‘ban’

Police refused to give permission to CCC to hold the rally in Bindura, Mashonaland West, today arguing that the proposed venue had no access road and toilets.