Police officers, who were allegedly acting on the orders of Mrs. Mugabe evicted the families from Arnold Farm Number 10.
The villagers’ lawyer Langton Mhungu of Mhungu and Associates alleges that his clients were severely beaten up while in police custody to the extent that they need medical attention.
Tourism and Acting Environment Minister, Walter Muzembi, told journalists in Harare that Zimbabwe has an overpopulation of elephants and selling them is one of reducing their numbers.
Harrison takes over from former coach Taurai Mangwiro and is expected to lead the team into securing the premiership title.
ZINA Harare chairman Enoch Dongo tells Studio 7 there is no going back on the industrial action.
His lawyer, Benjamin Chikowore told VOA Studio 7 Muchenje is facing charges of common assault.
ZINATHA secretary for education, Peter Sibanda, says his organization is not happy with the public sale of some traditional medicine and Chinese herbs in local markets.
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