A regular caller on VOA Studio 7’s LiveTalk program said that country fears that its citizens may soon be infected by the disease.
Tendai Biti, told a news conference in Harare today that his party’s formation is not happy with plans by the Tsvangirai MDC formation to recall a total of 21 parliamentarians and senators from the two lawmaking houses.
The Philemon Johwani Kambeni family allegedly seized teachers’ houses after failing to secure adequate houses for their huge family of 14 women and over 35 children.
Occupy Africa Unity Square secretary general Charles Nyoni says Dzamara was abducted by five men who forcibly shoved him in a white isuzu twincab.
More than 40 people were arrested with scores also handing themselves over to the police in solidarity with the arrested villagers.
U.N Women says while there have been many achievements since then, many serious gaps remain.
Lucia Dube of the Zimbabwe Diaspora Focus Group says the situation is worse in Britain where people drawn from the European Union are grabbing most jobs.
Ndebele told VOA Studio 7 they expect a competitive season though everyone is worried about soccer hooliganism.
MDC-T secretary general, Douglas Mwonzora, confirmed that his formation had relaunched its bid to have the MPs recalled.
Head of the Epidemiology and Disease Control Department in the Health Ministry, Dr. Portia Manangazira, the meeting was designed to map out strategies to tackle the disease.
The game against Ireland at the Belerive Oval ground could spell the end of their World Cup campaign.
The party’s deputy director of information and publicity, Pyschology Maziwisa, said the sanctions are a serious threat to the livelihoods of ordinary Zimbabweans.