The new minister says he wants to improve the media landscape for Zimbabwe’s journalists, and plans to meet with media bodies as soon as he’s sworn in, so he can start the process of freeing up the media space.
More women and girls are at risk of contracting HIV than men, but more men than women are at risk of dying from AIDS, the report says
Mnangagwa appointed Major General Sibusiso Moyo as Minister of Foreign Affairs and Air Marshal Perrence Shiri to the critical position of lands, agriculture and rural development.
Decades of progress in malaria prevention risk being undone, according to a World Health Organization report
High Court judge rules there is no evidence that Evan Mawarire called for former President Robert Mugabe's overthrow last year
China’s Foreign Ministry on Tuesday said the visit follows an invitation by the Zimbabwe government. Chen will be the first high-level Chinese official to visit since President Robert Mugabe resigned.
To forgive and forget or to seek justice, Zimbabweans struggle with troubled past
Asked if Mrs. Mugabe participated in the discussions, Mukonori responded, “She came in when she had to.”
Some of the youth, who spoke with VOA, said they hope President Emmerson Mnangagwa will improve the social, economic and political situation in the country.
Loss of plants to drought is hard on those in remote rural areas who rely on medicinal herbs because they live too far away from clinics or because the clinics don't stock the drugs they need
“I am a businessman and football boss. I have never been involved in any chicanery and would not want to justify people’s agendas by delving in such mischief.”
“Their decision was always made up that bail would not be granted here ... We are hopeful that the High Court will show independence."