Red Cross spokesman Takemore Mazuruse says more than 700 Zimbabweans have been affected by floods in Mashonaland Central and Mashonaland West provinces.
About 208,000 permit holders are said to have met the deadline, leaving 38,000 out of the scheme.
The National AIDS Council says Zimbabweans should adhere to their
HIV/AIDS anti-retroval treatment regime to avoid future complications.
Dr. Ibbo Mandaza says Professor Ranger will be remembered by scholars, politicians and others as one of the people who challenged the ills of the white minority settlers.
Police say the deaths claimed the lives of about seven relatives who died when the vehicle they were travelling in was swept away at Ngwazani River Bridge in Kadoma
Dr. Alex Magaisa of the University of Kent in Britain says Zanu PF conflicts can derail the succession of the president in case something happens to the 90-year old leader.
Matshazi says Nkala wanted to reveal how Zanu PF was formed at his house after some Zapu members wanted to eliminate then leader Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo.
Dokora told journalists in Harare recently that these candidates will teach Venda, Tonga, Shangaan, Nambya and Kalanga after graduating from the university.
Soccer commentator Ezra ‘Tshisa’ Sibanda says the club will have serious challenges in hosting big clubs like Dynamos, Highlanders, Caps United and others.
Dr. Mugurungi told VOA Studio 7 he is pleased by the progress Harare is making and feels that Zimbabwe is on track in meeting its 2015 millenium goals addressing HIV/AIDS.
The church has received some offers from Bloemfontein, Welkom and Potchefstroom and a community centre in south western townships or Soweto.
But some are optimistic that the economy will rebound if all stakeholders focus on reviving industries and other sectors.