President Robert Mugabe is in good health and his eyesight is not deteriorating, Media, Information and Broadcasting Services minister Jonathan Moyo said yesterday.
POLICE on Tuesday raided Radio Dialogue studios in Bulawayo and acting director Zenzele Ndebele’s residence on suspicion of possession of broadcasting equipment.
SENIOR minister Simon Khaya Moyo has warned that rampant corruption stood in the way of the successful implementation of ZimAsset saying corrupt individuals should be weeded out.
VICE-PRESIDENT Joice Mujuru became the second high-ranking official to skip the ongoing Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) after pulling out of the international business conference she had been billed to officially open yesterday.
AN MDC-T faction within the Masvingo provincial executive linked to the renewal team calling for party leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s ouster, has demanded an audience with the former prime minister.
WAR VETERAN Ndola Gwebu (57) from Mzilikazi in Bulawayo, who last week stunned the court by saying a six-year-old girl he abused by making her suck his manhood was his girlfriend, again shocked the court yesterday when he said the 12-year-old girl he is accused of raping refused to have sex with him because of his HIV status.
A 31-YEAR-OLD woman from Mfelandawonye in Victoria Falls was remanded in custody for sentencing today for assault.
THE WIFE of an alleged abusive Gwanda cop was yesterday granted a protection order against her husband by magistrate Olivia Mashava Mashaire.
THE Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services (ZPCS) has been forced to halt its recruitment drive due to funding constraints.
ZPCS was forced to abort its planned recruitment of people to train as prison wardens in February.
UNITED STATES ambassador to Zimbabwe Bruce Wharton yesterday said the US government is deeply concerned about the future of Zimbabwe whose economy is expected to grow adding that some key issues had to be resled.