A large number of Zimbabweans are currently exchanging harsh words on various social media platforms about President Mugabe’s holiday in the Far East.
Ruling party spokesman, Simon Khaya Moyo, told VOA Studio 7 it is unfortunate that some people are making such remarks about the president who is on holiday in the Far East.
Open heart surgeries, which commenced locally in 1995 were stopped in 2003 due to the country’s economic meltdown.
"Residents and ratepayers should not pay to quench your tastes, we do not want a situation where we tie down or mortgage the city to achieve what you want as individuals."
ZESA spokesman Fullard Gwasira told VOA that the power utility is proposing a 49% tariff hike to offset the balance resulting from activating emergency plants that run on diesel.
There has been an increase in the call for courts to hand out tougher sentences to convicted or suspected rapists.
Winning tickets were sold in California, Tennessee and Florida; the odds of a winning ticket were estimated at one in 292.2 million
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