Suspended Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) commissioner-general Gershem Pasi has resigned.
MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai met with top leaders of the World Council of Churches (WCC) to discuss justice and peace ahead of the key 2018 elections.
President Robert Mugabe’s move to retain graft-accused permanent secretaries in his latest reshuffle makes a mockery of government’s anti-corruption claims, Zanu PF Harare East legislator Terrence Mukupe has said.
Prosecutors yesterday dropped charges of insulting President Robert Mugabe against former Zanu PF youth leader William Mutumanje — popularly known as Acie Lumumba — marking a failure by the State in the high profile case.
Two ex-liberation fighters who allegedly assaulted war veterans’ leader George Mlala during the Zanu PF chaos last Sunday have been dragged to court.
The new Censorship Board installed by Home Affairs minister Ignatius Chombo is not provided for in the new Constitution, legal experts said yesterday.
An officer-in-charge of administration at Marlborough Police Station reportedly helped himself to $30 from money collected by traffic cops in fines, a court heard yesterday.
A Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) officer has been fined $50 for stealing four chickens.
Ill-conceived plans by the government to close 40 schools in Matabeleland South, on account of dwindling enrolments, have triggered outrage among ordinary Zimbabweans and civil society groups alike.
The deepening rot at struggling flag carrier, Air Zimbabwe, is said to have triggered serious safety concerns among security chiefs and brawling Zanu PF bigwigs — who are worried about the safety and security of the hired planes that…