The South African government has raised concern over the large number of Zimbabweans illegally crossing into South Africa. Over 500 people have been arrested and deported for border jumping and trying to illegally cross the Beitbridge Border Post with fake negative Covid-19 results.
Harare-The Zimbabwean Government has come under attack after labeling the Zimbabwe Catholic Bishops Conference ‘evil minded’ for criticizing alleged human rights violations in the country. In a statement the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights said they were concerned with the government’s intolerance.
Harare- South Africa’s ruling African National Congress (ANC) has broken with tradition admitting that there was a political crisis in Zimbabwe. In an interview, ANC’s International Relations Committee chairperson Lindiwe Zulu said there is an urgent need to resolve the political crisis
Harare- MDC legislator for Mbare constituency, Starman Chamisa is reported to have taken refuge at Matapi Police Station, in Harare after suspected Zanu PF youths attacked residents and MDC supporters A statement released by MDC deputy national spokesperson Luke Tamborinyoka late last
Harare- Zimbabwe teachers have decided to engage in an industrial action and working for two days per week citing incapacitation. Schools opened a week ago and teachers at various schools have been telling parents to brace for the worst as they can only come to work on
Harare-The much anticipated Agenda 2020 by MDC leader Nelson Chamisa was held in Harare without any incidences with the youthful leader saying his party will engage the government through demonstrations. Chamisa was addressing hundreds of his party supporters in the country’s populous
Harare-The Election Resource Centre (ERC) has castigated President Mnangagwa’s government moves to amend the constitution calling it ‘insatiable appetite’. ERC executive director Tawanda Chimhini said the move is disturbing as the Government is calling for dialogue whilst shutting the door to other
Harare- The Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (ARTUZ) has said their members will not be able to report for duty ahead of schools opening tomorrow (Tuesday). In a letter by the union’s Secretary General Robson Chere, the Public Service Commission, ARTUZ
Harare-Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA) president, Dr Peter Magombeyi has resigned. In a letter addressed to the organization’s secretary-general, Dr Magombeyi said he was stepping aside for personal reasons. “I cannot thank all the doctors enough for the opportunities the Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA)
Harare- Minister of Higher and Tertiary Education, Professor Murwira has warned public schools in Zimbabwe against increasing fees saying that responsible authorities will take appropriate disciplinary action. Murwira also threatened to de-register private schools who are charging the school fees in United