100 000 get national identity cards
Machiri said registration would continue even after the proclamation of an election date by President Emmerson Mnangagwa.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko May. 30, 2023
The Death of Tomorrow
One vote is hanging by the skin of its bleeding yellow teeth
By Obey Chiyangwa Apr. 30, 2023
Sunday Word: God speaks on death penalty for murder
For those that still apply the death penalty, it is mostly reserved for people who have premeditatedly killed another human being; with actual intent.
By Prosper Tingini Apr. 16, 2023
‘Killers must be amputated’
This came out during public consultations on the death penalty by the Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs ministry held at Chitungwiza’s Unit L Hall.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Apr. 8, 2023
What happens right after we die?
The soul feels a deep sense of serenity, of being at peace with itself — as if it is preparing to return home.
By Dovid Rosenfeld Dec. 25, 2022
China reports first COVID deaths in weeks as official count questioned
A hashtag on the two reported COVID deaths quickly became the top trending topic on China's Twitter-like Weibo platform on Monday.
By Reuters Dec. 19, 2022
Man kills brother over firewood
Batsirai Jonga (38) of Machekera village, under Chief Nyajina, died on admission to Murewa District Hospital following the attack by his younger brother, Everisto.
By Jairos Saunyama Dec. 14, 2022
Malaria deaths stabilise amid concerns about treatment - WHO
The World Health Organization says that malaria cases and deaths remained stable last year
By BBC News Dec. 8, 2022
‘Abolish death penalty’
“In Zimbabwe, the death penalty has been part of the panel system from the days of colonialism.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Dec. 1, 2022