Human rights lawyer Obey Shava said Friday that the article was published in Zimbabwe's NewsDay newspaper. The story Thursday mentioned a "fresh health scare.''
Inaugural Science Buskers Festival hosts young inventors; event aims to promote science among primary and secondary schoolchildren, organizers say
An El Nino-induced drought last year scorched crops in the southern African country, leaving more than 4 million in need of food aid, but Zimbabweans are now experiencing floods after above-normal rains
Romeo Zibani successfully challenged the selection process
Increasingly frail, Mugabe now struggles to walk and is seldom far from the arms of an aide. His public speeches have become meandering and repetitive.
Farmers already suffering serious losses with UN predicting Zimbabwe to be hardest hit by menace in southern Africa
Fact-checkers try to debunk statements that fuel hate and fear
"The time for small thinking is over. The time for trivial fights is behind us. We just need the courage to share the dreams that fill our hearts."
“The government has not addressed all our grievances like allowances and to make matters worse it has not yet paid us the 2016 annual bonuses. So, we have decided to take this industrial action … ”
Dzamara gets the international honor alongside Berta Cáceres of Honduras, Narges Mohammadi of Iran, and Sirikan Charoensiri of Thailand.
South Africa is one of five countries to conduct the first major clinical trial that attempts to prevent heart disease and stroke among HIV-positive patients, who are at higher risk of these conditions
12 families of bacteria pose greatest threat to human health because of growing resistance to existing antibiotics