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12 min ago | AllAfrica.com
Everyone knows that there are people who are filthy rich in this country. But will we ever be able to know who really the richest person in Zimbabwe is? Or will it remain a subject for speculation as the big fish appear determined to swim in the darkest depths?There are stories of politicians who practically own some towns and church leaders who ... (more)
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HUMAN rights defenders have petitioned government to start aligning the laws of the country to the new constitution as well as guarantee the independence of both the bench and legal practitioners.
Palestine is counting on continued support from Zimbabwe in its quest to establish itself as a sovereign state, Zimbabwean news agency New Ziana reported.
That all roads lead to Chinhoyi, the venue for Zanu-PF's 14th People's Conference, is made obvious in the capital, Harare.
An increasing number of companies and individuals are losing real estate they pledged to banks and financial institutions as collateral for loans as the liquidity crunch continues as evidenced by auctions set for today by Homeland Real Estate in Harare .
The Parliamentary committee meetings listed below are open to the public during the coming week.
Mandela, who died of respiratory failure today at the age of 95, served from 1994-1999 as the first president of multi-racial, post-apartheid South Africa, but only after serving 27 years in prison for his anti-apartheid activities.
GOVERNMENT says it plans to tap into Zimbabwe's diaspora population by issuing bonds to fund the construction of hydroelectric power plants.New generation capacity from the plants is projected to help ease power shortages that have hamstrung the economy.
The ZANU PF politburo has endorsed results from the seven provincial elections that were held last weekend, that saw Vice President Joice Mujuru's faction score a landslide victory.
Police in Harare on Wednesday arrested 37 women protestors who were marking the ongoing 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence.
The assets of Phillip Chiyangwa, a cousin of the ruthless Zimbabwean dictator, are worth 180million, according to his wife, Elizabeth, who's seeking 85 per cent of them.
Tickets to the Bryan Adams show set for the Harare International Conference Centre were sold out within hours of going on sale, organisers of the show have revealed.
T legislator Jessie Majome has called on the government to take concrete and urgent steps to avert a "brewing humanitarian crisis" in the country's prisons.