The Harare City Council is warning home owners in low density surburbs who built their homes without approval from council to regularise their plans or risk demolitions.
"China could encounter rough patches where growth slows more than expected directly affecting trade partners while disturbing foreign exchange and other asset markets world wide," said IMF economic counselor Maurice Obstfeld.
Ironically, the bash is going to be held in Masvingo, one of the country’s provinces hardest hit by drought.
Rights lawyers are hoping the death penalty will be outlawed in Zimbabwe this year; they have requested sentences for 15 death row prisoners be commuted
4 jihadists, including 2 women killed during rescue operation, which freed 150 hostages at upscale hotel in capital
Issues of tribalism and regionalism emerged in the run-up to presidential by-election following death of President Michael Sata
23 people killed along with 3 jihadists; 126 people rescued from hotel frequented by foreigners in Ouagadougou
René Angélil, 73, died Thursday at his Las Vegas home; Canadian entertainment manager discovered Dion when she was 12 and drove her career to stardom
A large number of Zimbabweans are currently exchanging harsh words on various social media platforms about President Mugabe’s holiday in the Far East.
Ruling party spokesman, Simon Khaya Moyo, told VOA Studio 7 it is unfortunate that some people are making such remarks about the president who is on holiday in the Far East.
There has been an increase in the call for courts to hand out tougher sentences to convicted or suspected rapists.
Zimbabwe Cricket has announced the appointment of former Protea, fast bowler Makhaya Ntini, as its bowling coach starting February 16.