DESPERATE home-seekers in Hopley continue to build houses within the vicinity of Granville Cemetery after the failure by the Harare City Council to provide alternative land for them.
A self-proclaimed prophetess of the Johanne Masowe weChishanu sect drowned in Juru in Goromonzi district last week while holding a prayer and cleansing session.
SACK potato farming has become a hit in Bulawayo where small-scale farmers, especially women, are forming associations to venture into the lucrative farming business.
Malaria burden remains high in border towns in Zimbabwe, especially in areas close to Mozambique, health experts have said.
A Harare teenage girl, Lvnia Mundoza, will rue the day she sexually abused an 11-year-old boy after she was slapped with a 10-year jail term for bedding the minor.
Eight Nyau dancers were last week dragged before the Bindura Magistrates Court facing charges of kidnapping and assaulting a Glendale man.
A community based micro finance project is making a difference to hundreds of ordinary people.
Irate Dangamvura and Chikanga residents who have endured years of dry water taps have threatened to stage demonstrations and to boycott paying council water bills.
Police last week intercepted a 7-tonne truck laden with over 500 boxes of pacific storm cigarettes which they suspected were being smuggled out of the country to Mozambique through Sango border post.
Villagers in Mhangura in Mashonaland West province are demanding copies of the new constitution saying the document must also be accessible to ordinary Zimbabweans.