The state-owned Herald newspaper reported this week that six white farmers in Masvingo are likely to get offer letters for land.
Law enforcement sources said the shooter had been identified as Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez.
Local government minister, Saviour Kasukuwere, vowed to get rid of vendors from the streets, dismissing their threat to hit back in the 2018 elections.
Executive Secretary Carlos Lopes hailed the agreement as historic, adding it will go a long way towards helping eliminate hunger, poverty and disease on the African continent by putting Africa on the path to sustainable development
Hurungwe farmer, Gladman Tsvogorani, who is owed $3,900 from last year’s deliveries, vowed that he will not take his maize to GMB anymore because it is broke.
More than 14,000 Zimbabweans live with albinism, a mutation of several genes, which causes a deficit in the production of melanin responsible for determining skin and hair colour.
Sheik Anubi Twaibu of Direct Aid–Africa Muslims Agency said local Muslims are being misunderstood due to some wars raging in the Arab world.
Deputy Home Affairs Minister Ziyambi Ziyambi told Studio 7 today that Dzamara is not the only activist to have vanished.
Most of the vendors, who were being forced to leave illegal selling sites, camped at Old Chidzera Hall and vowed to stay put.
The Registrar General, Tobaiwa Mudede, is quoted by the state-controlled media as saying that his office cannot cope with the large number of passport applications from Zimbabweans in the diaspora.
The leaders also emphasized the continued importance of international support to Africa’s disease responses in the spirit of shared responsibility and global solidarity.
Kwashira's designs are a mixture of conventional fabric and accessories like animal skin that tell a story about Zimbabwean culture and ancient tradition.