• Government delays realignment of laws

    Wednesday, 30 July 2014 ChannelZim

    A senior government official has admitted that various state ministries are to blame for the delay in the realignment of the laws with the provisions of the new constitution. Justice affairs permanent secretary, Virginia Mabhiza, told Parliament that since the signing of the new constitution into...

  • Ministers in Russia amid ‘discord’ over minerals

    Wednesday, 30 July 2014 SW Radio Africa

    A Zim ministerial delegation is in Russia to explore joint venture opportunities in mineral exploration, according to the State media reports. Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa and Mines Minister...

  • Six nabbed for stealing copper cables

    Wednesday, 30 July 2014 Radio Dialogue

    POLICE have arrested and charged six men for cutting, damaging and destroying overhead electricity copper cables about 4 km long and weighing under a tonne in Maphisa rural and surrounding...

  • Informal traders demand answers from police, council

    Wednesday, 30 July 2014 Radio Dialogue

    THE Bulawayo City Council was conspicuous by its absence at an informal traders meeting yesterday, with vendors accusing the local authority, some police officers for harassing and confiscating their...

  • SA banks freeze accounts for Zimbabweans

    Wednesday, 30 July 2014 Radio Dialogue

    ZIMBABWE Community in South Africa (ZCSA) has claimed that South African banks have allegedly started freezing bank accounts of Zimbabweans whose permits have expired. Home Affairs minister Kembo...

  • Child rights activists to launch anti–early child marriages campaign

    Tuesday, 29 July 2014 CORAH

    A campaign aimed at ending early and forced child marriages in Zimbabwe is set to be launched at Book café in Harare this Friday. child marriages In an interview with CORAH, organizers of the...

  • 100 underage pregnancies at Chingwizi

    Tuesday, 29 July 2014 SW Radio Africa

    The Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe has estimated that more than 100 school girls at the Chingwizi Camp between the ages of 10 and 12 may have fallen pregnant recently. The teachers union...

  • I Am A Highly Misunderstood Politician: Mutasa

    Tuesday, 29 July 2014 Radio VOP

    Didymus Mutasa, Zanu (PF) secretary for administration and Presidential Affairs believes that he is a misunderstood politician. Didymus Mutasa, Zanu (PF) secretary for administration and Presidential...

  • MDC Renewal Team Must Just Talk To Their Leader: Mrs Tsvangirai

    Tuesday, 29 July 2014 Radio VOP

    MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s wife Elizabeth Macheka has said that all and any problems Tendai Biti and his Renewal MDC faction are having will be easily solved with a chat with her husband. “Those...

  • Mpofu Denies Soliciting For $10m Kurotwi Bribe

    Tuesday, 29 July 2014 Radio VOP

    The Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Development, Dr Obert Mpofu, has refuted allegations that he solicited for a US$10 million bribe from Lovemore Kurotwi. Minister Mpofu was testifying in...

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