Zimbabwe joined other world countries in commemorating Human Rights Day on Thursday with activists lambasting the government for its enduring poor record on civil liberties.
“Divisions are going to be more-clearer than before at this conference,” said political analyst Chamu Madiridze. “If they are not careful this conference may mark the downfall of Zanu PF."
According to Simbarashe Moyo, chairman of the Combined Harare Residents’ Association, the affected people have now been left in the open with nowhere to go.
The conference, which will be officially opened Friday by President Robert Mugabe in Victoria Falls, is expected to focus on the state of the party and Zimbabwe’s declining economy.
Stephen Simunyu, the owner of Cargo Link, which is based in North Carolina in the United States.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel, under heavy criticism for handling of police shooting that resulted in death of black teen, gave emotional apology hours before angry street crowds demanded his resignation
The majority of those targeted are linked to a faction allegedly led by Vice President Emmerson Mnangangwa.
The results, however, show that fertility will remain high at four children per woman for the next two decades largely because it occurred too early and late in the lives of mothers.
The province has not yet received any significant rains this year owing to the El Nino weather phenomenon set to affect millions of people in Southern Africa and other parts of the world this year.
The political activist, who was calling for the stepping down of President Robert Mugabe, was abducted by unknown assailants in Glen View, Harare.
Researchers say although six out of 10 Africans with HIV are women, men are 25 percent more likely to die from the disease because they don’t know their status and/or don't access services
About 6,000 out of 16,000 applicants are Zimbabweans, which makes them the largest number of foreign permit holders in the country