The state is alleging that Dinha abused his office by demanding a $60,000 bribe from Muzarabani commercial farmer, Guy Frank Dollar.
The youth say the program, which saw them spend six weeks at American universities, has empowered them through leadership training and networking.
One of the furious Hatcliffe inhabitants, Zivanai Chirwa, described the court’s decision as cruel.
Naboth Magoche says he thought of killing himself after losing his job but realized that this was not the solution.
Lawmaker and women’s rights activist Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga told VOA the gender commission must get straight to work as there are several important issues awaiting its attention.
Some operators of funeral parlors in Johannesburg say at times it is difficult to obtain the needed documents from Zimbabwe and the country’s embassy in South Africa.
The indigenization law compels foreign-owned firms in key sectors of the country’s economy such as mining to transfer majority stakes to indigenous Zimbabweans.
Dangote, who has invested more than $400 million into a cement plant in Zambia, met with President Robert Mugabe and a number of government ministers on Monday.
Villagers, who spoke with Studio 7, said they have no other means to survive but to sell livestock to feed their families.
Zimbabwe’s economy has been in a free fall since the hotly disputed 2013 elections that brought President Robert Mugabe’s Zanu PF back into full control of power in the country.