The protesters were also calling for President Mugabe to step down saying his government has failed to deliver on its jobs promise and rescue the country from economic turmoil.
Political parties and civil society groups have warned that Zimbabwe’s socio-economic and political situation, if not contained, can be a threat to the Southern African region’s stability.
Workers, who went on pension before the Zimbabwe dollar was abolished in favor of the U.S. dollar, are reportedly living in abject poverty as some get about $2 per month.
Secretary general Japhet Moyo of the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions confirmed the David Whitehead dismissals, adding it is disturbing.
Girl child, Tatenda Phiri, said early child marriages can be eliminated altogether if national leaders and policy makers led by example.
Thirty-three year old Rhoda Machingauta is a single woman with two children who says vending has helped her a lot in her life.
Biti says death row inmates must be pardoned as he goes back to the trenches to fight for people’s rights.
Women and Health Alliance International is working in conjunction with Chinhoyi Provincial Hospital, the Ministry of Health and their partners from the United Nations on the obstetric fistula campaign.
The Harare City Council on Tuesday dismissed 3,000 employees saying it wanted to trim its workforce and expenditure in order to channel resources towards service delivery.
Many see the ruling Zanu PF fiddling with succession issues and seeking to punish perceived truant members while the country burns.
Her interest in writing an academic book was influenced by an abundance of open Zimbabwean discussions on various issues on social media and other platforms.
The Parliamentary Legal Committee argued that the clause appears to nullify the Supreme Court ruling, thus violating Section 3 (2) (e) of the constitution on the separation of powers.