Mutoko — Precious Gwaze (16) joyfully breastfeeds her nine-month-old baby boy, whom she named Anotidaishe, meaning God loves us.
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What kind of world will we leave our grandchildren? That is an important question, touching as it does on environmental issues (pollution), social issues (over-population) and moral issues (corruption). Are […]
WOMEN rights groups have urged the Zimbabwe Gender Commission and the Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission to investigate cases of alleged state-sponsored abuse of women.
ZAPU leader Dumiso Dabengwa yesterday backed calls for a National Transitional Authority (NTA) to run Zimbabwe’s affairs till the next elections, arguing it was necessary to guarantee a peaceful transition.
Finance minister, Patrick Chinamasa on Friday hinted that Zimbabwe had been abandoned by the international financial institutions on whom it had pinned its hopes for economic revival and was now […]
Beitbridge residents are up in arms against officials from Zanu PF who are allegedly trying to hijack and politicise a humanitarian gesture by 100 doctors coming to the district to […]
Forty-three former Telecel Zimbabwe employees whose employment contracts were terminated on notice last year, have now approached the High Court demanding $2,8 million in compensation, accusing their former paymaster of […]
Most African leaders are cowards who have no direction, President Robert Mugabe said yesterday while threatening to orchestrate a split of the United Nations.
Munacho Nyamayedenga (61) says he has never been formally employed but still managed to look after his family through subsistence farming in the rocky and arid region of Uzumba-Maramba-Pfungwe (UMP).
Many residents of Epworth are still trying to come to terms with events of last Saturday and many are yet to recover from the trauma they suffered the day when […]