Political parties say police have started blocking their rallies in rural communities as election talk gathers momentum ahead of polls next year
CABS has been ordered to release the names of the beneficiaries of the fund.
Scores of lawmakers who live outside Harare faced serious challenges when hotels in the capital refused to accommodate them as parliament has failed to settle a $600,000 bill.
The minister was picked up by four police officers from his Chaminuka building offices and driven to Bindura with his lawyers Selby Hwacha and Beatrice Mtetwa.
Two more MDC-T activists arrested in connection with last year’s murder of a police officer in Harare
CHRA said on Monday the council which has a public duty to release its audited statements has consistently refused to produce the reports since 2009.
Political analysts and activists told VOA Zimbabwe should introduce such debates in order to promote the spirit of democracy.
Co-Home Affairs Minister Theresa Makone told VOA prison officers refused to allow the prime minister’s wife to get inside the building saying she had not been cleared by prison authorities.
Dutch farmers are demanding 23 million euros from Zimbabwe as compensation following the land reforms of 2000 that dispossed them of their farms
Marking World Habitat Day in Bulawayo, Amnesty said the government should guarantee security of tenure for victims of Operation Murambatsvina
A statement released Friday by the US Embassy said the ambassador, who was sworn in September 10, is expected in Zimbabwe next week.
Civic society and COPAC leaders met to clarify confusion surrounding the participation of NGOS at the 2nd All Stakeholders Conference