Thousands of Zimbabweans staged a peaceful march in Harare on Wednesday to express their dismay over the proposed introduction of bond notes, President Robert Mugabe’s failure to address the deteriorating economic situation in the country and other issues affecting the nation.
Public protests rocked Harare on Monday following a protest by commuter omnibus drivers and touts claiming that they are losing a lot of money at police roadblocks. The riots in Epworth, Ruwa, Zimre Park and Damafalls quickly spread to other parts of the city. (Reuters)
More than 100 members of the Prayer Network of Zimbabwe gathered in central Harare and staged a protest urging Education Minister Lazarus Dokora to leave office within two days for imposing the national pledge on school children.
Twenty people - mostly children and teens - will have free corrective surgery for cleft lip and cleft palate, courtesy of a United States-based not-for-profit organization which has brought a team of specialist surgeons and nurses for the first time to Bulawayo.