Zimbabwe: Missing Activist Dzamara's Family Won't Declare Him Dead
The brother to abducted former journalist Itai Dzamara, has rubbished recent claims by Home Affairs deputy minister Obedingwa Mguni describing them as attempts by the Zanu PF-led… Read more »
Zimbabwe: 4,000 People Die of Cancer Annually
More than 4,000 cancer deaths are being recorded annually in Zimbabwe, with the government moving to establish a prevention and treatment strategy for the deadly cervical cancer… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Evicted Student Doctor Takes University to Court
THE University of Zimbabwe (UZ) and its vice chancellor, Professor Levi Nyagura, have been dragged to the High Court by a student who is challenging the institution's decision to… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Political Parties Condemn University Fees Hike
Political parties have called on the government to reign in the University of Zimbabwe (UZ) administration's fees hike which has sparked student protests Read more »
Zimbabwe: MPs Call for Public Holiday to Honor 2008 Election Violence Victims
MDC-T MPs Tuesday moved a 'motion' calling on government to declare June 27 a public holiday to commemorate the killing of hundreds of the main opposition's followers during the… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Army General Chiwenga Must Just Shut Up - Opposition
Opposition leader and former finance minister Tendai Biti has hit out at the Commander of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces, Constantino Chiwenga, for meddling in civilian politics,… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Arrest of Mawarire History Repeating Itself - Amnesty
International rights advocacy group Amnesty International has condemned the latest arrest of Zimbabwean preacher and anti-government activist Evan Mawarire. Read more »
Zimbabwe: Woman Demands U.S.$135 Maintenance From Vendor
A Gweru woman who took his ex-lover to court demanding more than one hundred dollars for the upkeep of their child was instead granted $50 by a city magistrate. Read more »
Zimbabwe: Manager Squanders Fired Workers' Terminal Benefits
A former human resources manager at Tynwald school is in trouble after he allegedly squandered over $17,000 in terminal benefits for retrenched workers. Read more »
Zimbabwe: Coach Chitembwe Threatens to Quit As CAPS United Lose
Zimbabwe champions CAPS United suffered a shock coach 2-0 defeat to lowly Yadah in a Castle Lager Premiership tie at Morris Depot on Tuesday, leaving coach Lloyd Chitembwe… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Redcliff Water Crises Claims Another Casualty
Deaths related to the unending water crises in Redcliff continue after another resident collapsed and died at a borehole in the early hours of Sunday morning. Read more »
Zimbabwe: New Curriculum Renders Millions of Books Irrelevant
Nearly a decade after Zimbabwean schools received textbooks under the donor-sponsored Education Transition Fund (ETF) teachers are reportedly shunning the use of the textbooks says… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Mujuru Set to Dump Tsvangirai?
Former Vice President Joice Mujuru is set to dump Morgan Tsvangirai for the underrated Coalition of Democrats (CODE) following widening differences on strategy and who between the… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Anti-Mugabe Cleric Says He's 'Weak in Bed', Pleads for Help
President Robert Mugabe's fierce critic, Pastor Philip Patrick Mugadza, said his marriage is on the verge of collapse because he has become so "weak" in bed that he can no longer… Read more »
Zimbabwe: 65% Youths Engaged In Drug Abuse - Govt
At least 65% of the youths in Zimbabwe are engaged in drug abuse, a government official has said. Read more »
Zimbabwe: 'Retaliate If Attacked By Ruling Party Rivals'
The MDC -T Youth Assembly has urged its members to retaliate if attacked by Zanu PF rivals. Read more »
Zimbabwe: 'Still No Leads On Missing Activist Dzamara'
Home Affairs Deputy Minister Obedingwa Mguni says police will not jump the gun and declare missing journalist and pro-democracy activist Itai Dzamara dead without his family's… Read more »
Zimbabwe: 'Opposition Not Ready for Elections'
Zimbabwe's opposition is not ready for crunch elections due next year with leaders obsessing about pointless coalitions and "nonsensical" calls for electoral reforms, legislator… Read more »
Zimbabwe: We Won't Pull Out Of 2018 Election - Tsvangirai
The opposition MDC-T party says it will contest next year's elections with or without the implementation of electoral reforms. Read more »
Zimbabwe: Man Stabs Neighbour in Row Over Faeces
A 19-year-old Mbare man was Monday caged five years for stabbing his neighbour after his child allegedly defecated on his door step. Read more »
Zimbabwe: Mawarire Charged As Trainee Doctors Expelled
The University of Zimbabwe's (UZ) evicted all medical students from campus residence Monday afternoon following a protest over an unwelcome decision to hike fees by at least 30… Read more »
Zimbabwe: 'Free Elections Not Possible'
Exiled former High Court judge Benjamin Paradza's Zimbabwe United for Democracy (ZUNDE) has called for a transitional authority which will be chaired by former United Nations… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Man Breaks Maid's Ribs for 'Intervening in His Bedroom Affairs'
A Harare housemaid is battling for life in hospital after she was assaulted by her boss for poking her nose into his bedroom affairs. Read more »
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