THE ruling Zanu PF is holding a crunch politburo meeting in Harare today, amid high tension over the looming district co-ordinating committee (DCC) elections and other intra-party contestations.
PANIC has gripped the country’s education sector as schools and other learning institutions battle to deal with the lethal coronavirus, amid fears of a second wave of the pandemic, the Daily News reports.
VICE President Constantino Chiwenga appears to have put to rest, once and for all, claims that he is jostling for power with President Emmerson Mnangagwa — after he recently publicly endorsed his boss as Zanu PF’s sole presidential…
PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa, says the lives of long-suffering Zimbabweans are set to improve further on the back of a stabilising economy and steadying prices of goods, the Daily News reports.
We don’t have powers to call for by-lections: Chigumba. . . Zimbabwe Electoral Commission only plays…
THE Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) has been criticised by stakeholders for the way it has been conducting elections amid allegations that the electoral body is subservient to the ruling Zanu PF party.
THE ruling Zanu PF has rged Foreign minister Sibusiso Moyo, to move with speed to engage with American president-elect Joe Biden — in a bid to mend Harare’s strained relationship with Washington, the Daily News On Sunday reports.
THE chaos that has characterised Zanu PF’s run-up to its crucial district co-ordinating committee (DCC) elections has now hit President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s home province of Midlands badly.
THE final phase of the re-opening of public schools countrywide got off to a rocky start yesterday, with many teachers failing to turn up for work — forcing some overwhelmed school heads to send learners back home, the Daily News reports.
A GRIEVING Anderson Kudungure, father of the late socialite Genius, is hurting at losing a son who was so popular with nearly everyone but whom he rarely shared his glittering moments with.
THE government is having a hard time over citizens’ resistance to adhere to preventive measures against the lethal coronavirus, including putting on face masks, amid reports the country is set to be hit by a second wave of the pandemic.
PUBLIC service workers including doctors, nurses and teachers have decried the government’s alleged unilateralism and intimidation during salary negotiations.