Six months on, Zim court mum on verdict of by-elections ban challenge

Six months on, Zim court mum on verdict of by-elections ban challenge

SIX months after hearing an application challenging a government ban
of by-elections, the High Court is yet to hand down its verdict.

USAID boosts funding to resilience activities

USAID boosts funding to resilience activities

Harare – The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) welcomes a US$5.7 million
contribution from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to
support people experiencing vulnerability to food insecurity across urban and rural areas.
This brings USAID’s contributions to over US$45 million over the last year.

Six Sri Lanka women players test positive for COVID-19 in Zimbabwe

Six Sri Lanka women players test positive for COVID-19 in Zimbabwe

Six Sri Lanka women cricketers who took part in a World Cup qualifying tournament in Zimbabwe have tested positive for COVID-19, the Asian country`s cricket board said on Sunday.Cricket`s governing body ICC abandoned the qualifiers in Zimbabwe on Saturday after the discovery of a new COVID-19 variant in South Africa, which prompted widespread travel curbs

Zimbabwe Says It’s Prepared for Omicron Variant

WHO predicts Africa will most likely face a fourth wave

Detention Watch from Zimbabwe Association

LONDON - A new scheme has just been launched by the International Organisation of Migration (IOM), to encourage failed asylum seekers to return to their home...

Freed detainee shares experience

‘It’s so lovely to be free at last’
BY LUKA PHIRI

LONDON - Today I want to share...

Zimbabwe Vigil Diary 15th April 2006


LONDON - Mugabe Must Go Now was the Independence Day message from the UK. The...

Mugabe must stand trial

BY GABRIEL SHUMBA

JOHANNESBURG - The Zimbabwe Exiles Forum (ZEF) is greatly alarmed by recent...

My crime? Being a journalist


By a staff member of VOP radio
On December 15 last year, police raided Voice of the...

State media buries bad news and asks no questions

BY A CORRESPONDENT

HARARE – Everything is getting worse, from record high inflation to record low tobacco...

Zimbabwe media to fight internet law

HARARE – Zimbabwe’s privately-owned media last week agreed to challenge in court a proposed new law...

Letters – 19/4/06 contd.

CFU appeasement condemned
EDITOR - In the most recent scraping attitude of the Commercial Farmers Union president,...

Govt wants pupils to spy on teachers

BY VIOLET GONDA
A showdown is looming between teachers and the government after a memo was sent...

Ndebele 14/4/06

Independence haisi yeZanu (PF) chete
Uzibuse kayisuye weZanu pf kuphela

Protesters want African leaders to act...

Shona 14/4/06

Independence hayisi yeZanu (PF) chete

Vatungamiri vemuAfrica onai zvekuita - MaZimba oratidzira kuJoni.
HARARE – Zana rinoraudzira...

News Shorts 14/4/06

ZIMTA on teachers' abject poverty
VICTORIA FALLS - The 60,000-member Zimbabwe Teachers' Association (ZIMTA) held its annual...

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