Most Zimbabweans have described President Robert Mugabe and his wife, Grace, as irresponsible for going on holiday while civil servants are not paid.
The opposition Movement for Democratic Change and People’s Democratic Party and some human rights groups have raised serious concern over Zhuwao’s plans.
The Grain Millers’ Association of Zimbabwe says hardest–hit Matabeleland region has only a week’s supply of grain reserves.
“As I establish connections at universities here in the U.S or in the UK, because I was also a student there, I want to say please consider those who went to rural schools, when people apply for scholarships check which school they went to.”
The Passenger Association of Zimbabwe is urging commuters and motorists to exercise extreme caution as they travel during this New Year holiday.
Majongwe said his union’s position now was to say "enough is enough ... stand up for their rights. The Apex Council is letting us down."
Business organisations say they faced many challenges ranging from power shortages, stiff competition from imports, political uncertainty and a generally unfavorable business environment.
Most Zimbabweans seemingly worse off today than in 2009 when country abandoned its own currency in favor of others, chief being US dollar
Most farmers in Zimbabwe’s Mashonaland West province are feeling the impact of this devastating weather pattern, worsened by what they think are changing climatic conditions in the country.
This comes at a time the country’s national soccer squad is enjoying a new lease of life.
Charaffe al-Mouadan, killed December 24 in a coalition airstrike, was said to be 'actively planning additional attacks against the West'
“There are lots and lots of deductions that are unexplainable. Teachers have told us that bank statements are indicating that there are deductions of $48 which is not explainable ..."