Harare, February 1, 2010 â€“ All is not well with the Zimbabwe Union of Journalists (ZUJ) following revelations the embattled trade union is battling to settle US$4000 in legal bills accruing in
Bulawayo - The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) Commissioner General Augustine Chihuri is demanding 3 million USD from the Parliamentary Select Committee before he releases police officers to accompany constitution outreach
Hundreds of Christians on Sunday congregated and held prayers in a park at Africa Unity Square in central Harare to press the police to allow the church access to its
HARARE, January 30 2010-Two Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) councillors accused of murdering a ZANU PF councilor have taken their bid for freedom to the High Court
Davos - Zimbabwe Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai is pressing the world to end sanctions on his country as it climbs out of a political and economic abyss but wherever he
HARARE-Two white national team cricketers, who were axed by Zimbabwe Cricket in 2004 for rebelling against what they claimed was intimidation and racial bias in selection have been named in
MASVINGO- January 31, 2010- It was Zanu PF versus Zanu PF on Saturday at Masvingo polytechnic college when rivalry factions in the party clashed at Masvingo Senator Maina Mandavaâ€™s belated victory
HARARE, Friday, January 29, 2010 - ZIMBABWE has very poor investment protection policies says a report published by the Washington-DC-based World Bank.
MASVINGO, JANUARY 29, 2010-The Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) party under Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has expelled Masvingo city mayor, Alderman Femius Chakabuda from the party for alleged corruption, insurbodination
Chatunga Bellarmine, President Robert Mugabeâ€™s youngest son dismally failed his Grade 7 examinations, Radio VOP can exclusively reveal.