More than 50 families face eviction from Zimasco’s Chrome village in Mtorashanga after the mining companies declared the houses a health hazard.
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Families with children as young as four months old were condemned to sleeping in the open like wild animals.
ZCTU has warned that workers are mulling crippling mass street protests to force the government to find a solution to the spiralling economic crisis in the country.
Small-scale farmers have accused the Grain Marketing Board of hampering their efforts to turn around the fortunes of the country’s waning agricultural sector.
The Executive continues to trivialise the Legislature with Senate last week issuing another stern warning to cabinet ministers who continuously evade Parliamentary business.
At least 90% of people who committed suicide had a mental disorder while 60% were severely depressed, statistics have shown.
Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa has said government is not abandoning the multi-currency regime anytime soon.
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.
JOURNALIST Kumbirai Mafunda was yesterday elected Media Institute of Southern Africa Zimbabwe chapter board chairman uncontested at the institute’s Annual General Meeting in Harare.