Political nterference and failure by the government to give elected councilors the opportunity to run the city makes it impossible for Harare to achieve world class status
U.S. Embassy spokesperson Karen Kelley says Brian Sibanda, Joseph Lansburg and Rufaro Kabasa are expected to discuss a wide-range of issues affecting their communities
At the weekend the EU said more than 40 Africa heads of state had accepted invitations to attend the summit with 22 from the EU confirming their participation
Some soccer fans, who have expressed their views on social media like Facebook and Twitter, are skeptical about the role Dube can play to lift the Zimbabwean game
President Robert Mugabe says he’s concerned with weekly reports from the police showing the abuse of women and girls is on the rise in the country.
Zimbabweans and other foreigners are now expected to go to their respective countries to file the necessary papers
Deputy Energy Minister Munacho Mutezo says the power and water rehabilitation programs are part of the country's economic blueprint, Zimasset
In a snap survey conducted on VOA Facebook and WhatsApp, 86 percent of 300 respondents said there is nothing wrong with circumcised men taking home their foreskins.
The recent auction realised more than $69 million but only about $10 million went to treasury even though four of the miners are joint ventures with the government
Solani Moyo, who had feared for his daughter’s life, says the children held hands so that they will not be swept away by the Moza River
MDC-T spokesperson Douglas Mwonzora said he allegedly brought the name of the opposition party into disrepute by calling for leadership renewal in the MDC