Henrietta Rushwaya was the first person to wave the idea of being Zifa president in Phillip Chiyangwa’s face.
She never knew peace! As a young girl, she was shuttled between Zimbabwe and the United States of America. Her mother and father were estranged — she lived most of her life with her mother’s people.
Zimbabwe's mining industry revenue is set to reach $3 billion this year, from $2 billion in 2016, as revenues from chrome mines whose exports had been previously banned consolidates sharp rises in other metals, Mines minister Walter…
Zimbabweans need to abandon their cash mentality and migrate to cash-lite transactions, the same way the country dumped the cheque system, a Cabinet minister said.
Madziwa Teachers’ College (Madziwa) students are crying foul over their expulsion from the learning institution over tuition.
Two churches — Mugodhi Apostolic Faith Church (Mugodhi) and Kruger Apostolic Faith Church (Kruger) — are fighting over land in Mashonaland East Province, in a battle that has since spilled into the High Court.
Kwekwe City Council (Kwekwe) has dragged the Zimbabwe National Water Authority (Zinwa) to court demanding the latter be ordered to stop partial or complete disconnection of water supply over payment arrears.
The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) and opposition parties who have been haggling over electoral reforms are meeting in the Inyanga resort town in a bid to find common ground over unresolved electoral issues.
More than 32 000 people affected by floods will benefit from the United Nations (UN) Central Emergency Fund (CERF) which committed $1,6 million to provide shelter, water sanitation and hygiene to 20 districts.
Zanu PF and MDC senators were on Wednesday embroiled in a war of words over the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec)’s operations.