With an elephant population of more than 80,000, Zimbabwe says it has been forced to sell some of its pachyderms, which are selling between $25,000 and $30,000 to address biodiversity degradation and human-wildlife conflicts.
Former Masvingo Resident Minister, Kudakwashe Bhasikiti, says it is not surprising that he was pushed out of government.
FEWSNET says acute food insecurity is projected through June with production likely affected by the late start of the season.
A Zimbabwean living in USA, Mkhululi Ndabambi says some American states’ move to legalize marijuana is a way of promoting people’s rights.
Business came to a standstill at the Media Centre, when rowdy ZINASU members led by some members of the Mutubuki-led executive stormed the press conference room blocking him for addressing journalists.
Zimbabwe fell to the West Indies despite putting up a spirited performance that was witnessed by Zimbabweans in the diaspora who turned up to watch their home team.
Relations between Harare and the European Union have been thawing lately with the EU block giving Harare more than $270 million last week to fund its programs after a decade of frosty ties.
Local people said they are not happy that Mliswa was expelled from the party following his alleged links with a Zanu PF faction allegedly led by former Vice President Joice Mujuru.
Zimbabwe Investment Center chairman, Nigel Chanakira said investors are showing interest in doing business in the country.
The conditions include the alignment of the country’s laws with the new constitution, a judicial review and media reforms.
The Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors’ Association, Nurses Association, Zimbabwe Teachers Association and the Apex Council told VOA Studio 7 that cutting salaries is not the answer and will be resisted
Chinamasa said if the AfDB cancels the debt, other international money lending institutions were most likely to follow suit, adding this would help revive the country’s struggling economy.