The city used to be orderly with well-maintained roads, bright street lights and clean running water and the blooming jacaranda trees also gave the it a unique view.
'The crop of leaders we have today they like money, they don’t like people … They are for themselves not for the people'
First lady Grace Mugabe addressed thousands of people Wednesday in Kadoma, where she blasted early child-marriage practices.
Most of them are failing to adjust to some localized ways of raising children, who face among other issues, peer pressure and cultural demands.
The auditor general says President Robert Mugabe's government cannot account for $3,5 billion which was earmarked for civil servants' salaries.
In Bulawayo, police in the Victim Friendly Unit and other organizations are working on campaigns to educate teenagers on unsafe sex, drug and alcohol abuse.
The objective of the Zimworks project is to improve the economic prospects of young people in 11 urban and rural districts nationwide.
According to FEWSNET, in May, the average maize price in Matabeleland North was 81 cents per kilogram, which is 18 percent above last year’s price of 65 cents per kilogram.
Kenny Munyaka, a final-year marketing student at one of the tertiary institutions, says most companies normally pay them $50 per month each when they are on attachment.
Gregory Simpkins of the U.S House Subcommittee on Africa, Health, Human Rights and International Relations, said there have been some changes since 2001.
'There was partisan application of the rule of law by security forces and the judiciary; and restrictions on civil liberties continue, amid many other human rights problems.'