Some parents say they want more information before they allow their children to take drugs donated to government to treat bilharzia and worms.
The AU calls for "restraint and dialogue and also clearly stating the rejection of any attempt to destabilize Mozambique,” per a spokesman.
The court endorsed Kereke's agreement with Zanu-PF, which expelled Kereke for not bowing out to Elias Musakwa, the party's chosen 7/31 candidate.
Harare City Council officials says they will reschedule budget consultation meetings, as virtually no one attended the meetings today. Critics say the time and place of the meetings were not publicized.
Bata Shoe Company remains a big employer, but is scaling down operations. Deindustrialization has Gweru residents concerned about their future.
Controversy from last week's omission of senators with disabilities from committees ended today after days of complaints.
The Bulawayo city council is drafting a 2014 budget to be presented this Friday. Residents worry about more cuts in services as revenues drop.
The US has provided $25 million to Zimbabwe in 2013 to support those suffering from a lack of food.
After years of low yields some black farmers are getting technical assistance from displaced white farmers to help boost agricultural production.
MDC-T claims it can prove that Israeli firm Nikuv officials met with senior army officials to discuss rigging the July 31st vote.
Addressing a rally in Gweru today, party VP Thokosani Khupe said the MDC-T should stay the course as it starts preparing for 2018 elections.
Colonial powers left Africa with a huge gap in infrastructure, but poor growth kept the gap invisible, according to ADB head Donald Kaberuka.