Harare - Only a quarter of Zimbabweans still support President Robert Mugabe, a top US poll has revealed.
Harare - President Robert Mugabe on Monday said Zimbabwe is willing to have foreign investors in the country to invest and develop the country but only as "partners."
LUBANGO - Substitute Mohamadou Idrissou scored a late goal to earn Cameroon a 3-2 victory over Zambia on Sunday and their first points of the African Nations Cup finals.
Harare - Three members of Women and Men of Zimbabwe Arise (WOZA) including a journalist were on Monday arrested in Harare after marching to the Ministry of Education to
Harare - Artist for Democracy in Zimbabwe Trust (ADZT) director and senior freelance journalist Stanley Kwenda last week fled the country after he was allegedly phoned and threatened with death
Harare - The widow of the late veteran nationalist and Zanu-PF founding vice president Cde Leopold Takawira, Amai Sunny Ntombiyelanga Takawira is scheduled to be buried at the National Heroesâ€™
Masvingo - ZANU PF representative in the Joint Monitoring and Implementation Committee (JOMIC), Oppah Muchinguri, was booed at a meeting held here Sunday after she said Zimbabwe did not need
Johannesburg - Police are looking for a Zimbabwean citizen who allegedly beat his girlfriend to death after finding out she was using birth control medication.
Harare - The head of the Pentecostal Assemblies of Zimbabwe (PAOZ), Bishop Trevor Manhanga has sparked a storm at his church following his refusal to renew the credentials for some
Harare - The United States Ambassador Charles A. Ray on Friday addressed over 150 high school students from four different schools at Prince Edward School in Harare on the life