FORMERLY and fondly referred to as the Sunshine City, Zimbabwe’s capital, Harare has undergone tragic transformation.
When Local Government minister Ignatius Chombo stood up, his message unnerved the residents.
PARLIAMENT continues to pay in excess of US$100 000 every week for MPs accommodation when the house is in session.
TOBACCO Industry and Marketing Board and tobacco merchants have established a Sustainable Afforestation Association to spearhead reforestation across the country.
Zimra last week swooped on the Zimsec headquarters in Mt Pleasant and allegedly confiscated the salary schedule and copied some undisclosed information from the directors’ laptops and desktops.
GOVERNMENT is convening a crisis meeting this week to deliberate on the assistance to be given to the people evicted from a farm in Mazowe last month.
It’s a calm Sunday morning and Cecilia Tavengwa sets for the local pharmacy with her two daughters in trail.
CRIMINALS are taking advantage of lax systems to acquire plastic identity documents (IDs) using pseudo names or other people’s real ID numbers.
ON Monday March 31, I accompanied an expecting female relative to Mbuya Nehanda Maternity Home at Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals.
A traditional chief’s compound in Zimbabwe epitomises cleanliness and orderliness as it receives society and the community’s high and mighty.