WASHINGTON D.C. —
Pope Francis, the head of the Roman Catholic Church, continues his visit to the United States. Today, among other engagements, he addressed the joint session of the United States Senate and House.
Reporter Ntungamili Nkomo gives us coverage from Capitol Hill where thousands gathered to watch Pope Francis give his address to Congress.
Analysts weigh-in on the much-talked about political talks between Zanu PF and other parties like the MDCs on how to tackle the country’s political and economic problems.
In what could be a test case in the country’s history, a Bulawayo man has taken the government to court for unfair dismissal after he was arrested and fined for engaging in gay practices.
Zimbabwean-based Catholics support the Pope on giving a voice to the poor and downtrodden.
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