Former secretary for administration Didymus Mutasa released a statement Monday saying the congress was null and void.
Irate motorists say they are being ripped off as most fuel service stations are selling petrol and diesel far below the normal quantities per litre.
Apart from HIV/IAIDS, the ministers are set to focus on status reports from member states on critical health issues such as malaria, tuberculosis and ebola
There were reports that some schools are already sending back students who have not yet paid school fees.
The party said the plan to depose an elected leadership is a brazen assault on democracy, constitutionalism and the rule of law.
President Robert Mugabe proclaimed in a notice published in an extraordinary government gazette proclaimed that the by-election will be held March 27.
High Court judge Erica Ndewere ordered the halting of evictions of villagers, who were resettled at Arnold Farm Number 10, also known as Manzou Farm.
The Twitter account on Monday posted threats to U.S. soldiers, warning "We are coming watch your back. ISIS."
Chairman of the Zimbabwe Victims of Violence Fund, Jaison Machaya, says the fund will include all victims of political violence in Zimbabwe regardless of their political affiliation.
Chief Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku said legal practitioners should not take part in any corrupt activities as this impedes the proper delivery of justice in Zimbabwe.
City health department director, Dr. Prosper Chonzi told VOA Studio 7 residents should boil the initial water coming out of the taps as it is likely to be smelly and discoloured.
Zimbabwe’s electoral processes and outcomes have been dismissed by the opposition and the international community as incorrect reflections of the will of the people.