In Chirumanzu-Zibagwe, Transform Zimbabwe spokesman, Tapfumaneyi Zenda, said few voters turned up in some polling stations he visited.
Chiwoneso Mpofu, tells VOA Studio 7 her family is now looking for more than $9,000 for the repatriation of her mother’s body back to Zimbabwe.
Pre-paid water meters have been rejected by Bulawayo residents, who claim that they are difficult to manage and won’t end serious water shortages.
Econet Wireless lawyer Tawanda Nyambirai refused to apologize even under intense pressure from the journalists for allegedly undermining press freedom.
Tsholotsho produced the shock of the season after a 1-0 win over big-spending Harare City in what has become the talk of the Zimbabwe football fraternity.
There was commotion when the deputy sheriff, in the company of Econet lawyers, the police and officials from Steward Bank, among others, ransacked The Source’s offices.
ZCTU president George Nkiwane told VOA Studio 7 it is sad that the government is seeking to amend labour laws, particularly those to do with hiring and firing.
The renewal lawmakers were kicked out of parliament after they were recalled by the Morgan Tsvangirai MDC following another party split.
Some of the Zimbabweans who were illegally handed over to Zimbabwean authorities were allegedly killed by the Zimbabwean police.
A few days ago, two prominent graduates of the United States Student Achievers Program, Nancy Tinoza and Morlene Tariro Magoronga, died in separate incidents in USA.
Chidziva told VOA Studio 7 he had to be treated at a local clinic after he was allegedly assaulted by some unidentified soldiers.
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls said a helicopter landed near where the Germanwings aircraft crashed in southeastern France, but rescue workers found no survivors.