Ruvimbo Tsopodzi said she is happy that the Constitutional Court outlawed early child marriages, which had become common in Zimbabwe.
"The president must use that money for buying maize and other foodstuffs for starving villagers instead of hosting a flamboyant birthday."
Takavafira Zhou, president of the Progressive Teachers' Union of Zimbabwe, said the minister’s remarks were disturbing.
The ruling follows an application by human rights lawyers who wanted legal age of marriage be moved to 18 for both men and women.
Dzamara’s wife, Sheffra, her children and young sister were among people that attended the prayer at shop.
According to police in South Africa, most of the people who died were in a vehicle that was involved in a head-on collision with a haulage truck.
The constitution further says the acting president is forbidden from exercising certain duties such as the deployment of deployment of defense forces and entering into any international convention or treaty.
For Pepukai Zvemhare, popularly known as Baba Tennsen, Leaving Zimbabwe for South Africa was a blessing in disguise.
The local authority says it is studying the report that accuses some officials of abusing council resources at the expense of ratepayers.
ZNCC's David Norupiri said they understand ZESA’s concerns and urged the power utility to increase efficiency not tariffs.