In the face of mounting doubts about the Zanu PF-led government’s ability to solve the worsening economic crisis, national dialogue is imperative to move the nation forward.
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Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association (Zela) says displaced Chiadzwa villagers must demand full compensation from diamond mining companies.
TWO Delta Beverages managers, Marshal Ranganai Mazengeza and Muchaneta Ndachena have been acquitted on charges of defrauding the brewer.
BULAWAYO has again been hit hard by a shortage of accommodation ahead of the 55th Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF), set to kick off on Tuesday.
FEMALE inmates at the country’s smaller prisons have been hard-hit by a critical shortage of sanitary wear and other basic.
GETTING old is synonymous with growing wiser and better, but not so for thousands of the aged in Zimbabwe.
Residents of Penhalonga have expressed mixed feelings over mining operations by a local company, with some urging Government not to renew the firm’s licence until it rehabilitates the area.
Mentally-challenged people continue to be abused and their rights trampled upon in communities in which they live.
FAST-tracking the Electoral Amendment Bill in Parliament is meeting resistance from civil society groups and opposition political parties.
A team led by the ministry of Local Government, Public Works and Urban Development is headed for Rushinga this week to assess the assistance