The former prime minister urged his supporters to confront President Robert Mugabe’s government over the deepening economic and political crises in the country
'It has been unbearable, bordering almost on slavery but even more traumatizing is being educated but jobless.'
Dabengwa said President Mugabe and his Zanu PF party should collectively swallow their pride and admit that they have failed the nation.
Bosso chief executive Ndumiso Gumede says Mafu has been replaced by former player and goalkeepers’ coach, Cosmas ‘Tsvano’ Zulu.
Relations between Zimbabwe and the United Kingdom have for more than a decade been frosty following Harare’s decision to confiscate farms from white commercial farmers.
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.