Sheffra Dzamara told VOA Studio 7 she wants her husband, who was the sole bread winner, back home.
In Bulawayo, ZCTU Western region chairman, Ambrose Sibindi, said they were happy with the response of those who “braved” the “intimidating” number of police.
Cultural activists say Zimbabweans used to have various ways of controlling the indiscriminate killing of wild animals, including the use of totems.
'We hope to launch the foundation soon and we are now looking at catering for the needs of many children in Zimbabwe'
Pauline Kabanzi, a vendor in Chegutu, says the ban will affect many families who were relying on used clothes to earn a living and send their children to school.
Tomana says the extradition procedure is cumbersome and has to be followed according to provisions of an Extradition Treaty signed by the U.S and Zimbabwe.
Party spokesman Obert Gutu, however, says though the judge correctly interpreted the law, there’s need to amend the piece of legislation to curb abuses.
Reverend Useni Sibanda, one of the march organizers, told VOA they were impressed by the turnout, adding they are now planning a similar march in Harare.
Dzamara’s family commemorated his birthday by hunkering down at Africa Unity Square in Harare where the activist used to sit peacefully in protest against Zanu PF rule.
The Chevrons have been beaten by 38 runs by New Zealand at the Harare Sports Club this afternoon to surrender the three ODI Series 2-1.
U.S. Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Bruce Wharton, said the new compound will cost the American taxpayer an estimated $200 million.
Professor Peter Mundy says though Cecil met his brutal death in Hwange, researchers and ecologists have been energized in fighting against the decimation of local lions.