The latest break-in is also coming days after Sports Minister Makhosini Hlogwani alleged that a bullet was left at his Crown Plaza hotel room.
More than 5,000 cattle have allegedly succumbed to the drought in Masvingo province.
Most crops in the region are a complete write-off, a situation that has forced villagers to survive on eating mangoes.
Mukonza, a public management lecturer at Tswane University of Technology at its Polokwane campus in South Africa, is now paying school fees for a number of under-privileged children
"The United States of America is the most powerful nation on Earth. Period. It’s not even close. We spend more on our military than the next eight nations combined."
Zimbabwe Cricket has announced the appointment of former Protea, fast bowler Makhaya Ntini, as its bowling coach starting February 16.
Higher and Tertiary Education minister Jonathan Moyo posted on his twitter account that some workers, including civil servants, seeking bonuses do not deserve the 13th cheque as they were “non-performers and drunkards”.
Most Zanu PF supporters strongly believe in President Mugabe’s claims that targeted sanctions are to blame for Zimbabwe’s past and current social, economic and political problems.
It still remains unclear if all civil servants will get their bonuses that were promised by President Robert Mugabe.
This came at a time the government introduced a $2 and $5 building levy per child for primary and secondary schools respectively.