More than 50 families face eviction from Zimasco’s Chrome village in Mtorashanga after the mining companies declared the houses a health hazard.
Families with children as young as four months old were condemned to sleeping in the open like wild animals.
The Executive continues to trivialise the Legislature with Senate last week issuing another stern warning to cabinet ministers who continuously evade Parliamentary business.
Chief Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku has directed that the ownership wrangle of the state-of-the art hospital, Trauma Centre, be dealt with by the full Constitutional bench as a matter of urgency.
BARTER trade, an archaic system of exchanging good or services before money was widely accepted as medium of exchange, has resurfaced in Zimbabwe.
NEW flavoured Protector Plus condoms with a sleeker and more stylish packaging have been introduced on the market, replacing the old Protector Plus condoms.
MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai yesterday took a dig at the MDC Renewal Team leaders Tendai Biti and Samuel Sipepa Nkomo .
Dispossessed Rusape farmer Luke Thembani, who lost his farm after it was auctioned off by a bank in 2000, said he should be compensated for the loss of his property worth over US$1,5million.
In 2009 the then minister of Education, Sports, Arts and Culture David Coltart introduced incentives for educators as a way to quell growing discontent over paltry salaries.
An accident in a hotel bathtub opened Senator representing people living with disabilities Annah Shiri to the realities of the unfriendly nature of most infrastructures in Zimbabwe to people with disabilities.