Govt to reengage Red Cross on demining

Communities living along the Zimbabwean border with Mozambique continue to be exposed to anti-personnel mines more than 44 years after they were laid.
By Moses Mugugunyeki May. 21, 2024

Red Cross hailed for rescuing the vulnerable

Muchinguri Kashiri said the work of the Red Cross and the Red Crescent is increasingly becoming important given the recurrence of conflict and natural disasters the world over.
By Moses Mugugunyeki May. 19, 2024

Reality too slow to dawn on us

In this modern era, government should revise its data collection methodologies so that information is available in real time, especially on critical matters of food security.
By Newsday Mar. 21, 2024

Manicaland hunger shocks Zanu PF

Zanu PF Manicaland chairperson Tawanda Mukodza echoed similar sentiments.
By Kenneth Nyangani Mar. 20, 2024

Govt sends chilling warning to Buhera villagers

During the youth day celebrations held in Masvingo in February, Mnangagwa addressed a rally where his loyalists rallied support for him to extend his term beyond 2028.
By Kenneth Nyangani Mar. 18, 2024

US punishes Mnangagwa for ‘bribery, smuggling’ as it ends Zimbabwe sanctions

The US first imposed sanctions on Zimbabwe in 2003 citing alleged human rights violations by the regime of the late Robert Mugabe.
By Gary Gerald Mtombeni Mar. 5, 2024

Zinara pleads with Zanu PF over toll fees

Zanu PF chairperson Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri last year confirmed that the party had received reports of its members refusing to pay toll fees across the country.
By Mirriam Mangwaya Feb. 5, 2024

Zanu PF officials suspended over land theft

Government recently warned that people found occupying State land without authority from the Lands and Agriculture ministry would be prosecuted.
By Staff Reporter Dec. 20, 2023

Mutare DCC suspended over Gimboki land

Provincial chairman Tawanda Mukodza, in his letter to Muchinguri, confirmed Yard’s suspension together with other four.
By Staff Reporter Dec. 19, 2023