Judiciary not captured, says Ziyambi

JUSTICE minister Ziyambi Ziyambi says the judiciary is not captured as alleged by the country’s main opposition party, the MDC led by Nelson Chamisa, and civic organisations that claim it plays to the whims of the government, the Daily News…

Another blow for suspended judge 

SUSPENDED Supreme Court judge Francis Bere has been dealt another blow after the High Court dismissed his application seeking the urgent hearing of his previous request to interdict President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s tribunal from commencing an…

Judgment reserved in Zupco case

HIGH Court judge Mary Zimba-Dube has reserved judgment in an application in which private bus operators and individuals in the informal sector are demanding permission to operate during the lockdown period imposed by government to curb the…

Abduction fears for MDC officials

THE Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) has raised fears that three MDC officials, including Harare West MP Joanna Mamombe, could have been abducted after she and other party youths staged a flash demonstration in Warren Park, Harare…

Econet ramps up Covid-19 testing

ECONET Group and Cassava Smartech Zimbabwe, through its health business unit — Maisha Health Fund and Maisha Medik — are set to import 100 000 coronavirus (Covid-19) testing kits, and roll out widespread testing in vulnerable communities…

Zim embassies in dire straits 

ZIMBABWE’S embassies across the globe are in a financial mess, says a letter from the Foreign Affairs ministry. According to the letter to heads of mission and consul generals dated April 21, some embassies were facing eviction.