A recent directive by Chief Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku that all notices of set down be served by the office of the Sheriff at a fee is a big blow to dismissed workers.
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A purported new HIV herbal remedy known by the name Epikaizo was “unveiled” in Harare last week with claims that it inhibits and eliminates the viral antigen.
Yesterday was the International Women’s Day.
At least seven people including a baby were injured when a commuter omnibus they were travelling in from Granary, smashed into a Honda CVR yesterday morning in Harare.
A South African company has offered to replace and upgrade the ageing Harare water distribution network at a cost of US$100 million.
A strong stench of human waste engulfs the massive transit camp with big green flies hovering all over the small white and blue tents.
Feruka pipeline no longer has the capacity to adequately supply fuel to the whole country due to its aged state.
OVER 130 people died of diarrhoeal diseases countrywide since the beginning of the year, a government weekly disease surveillance report has revealed.
Cracks within the MDC-T widened yesterday as secretary-general, Tendai Biti snubbed a rally addressed by party president, Morgan Tsvangirai in Chitungwiza.
Information minister Jonathan Moyo last week said the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) should have closed down long ago because it was insolvent.