[263Chat] Government has denied blocking Zimdancehall kingpin, Winky D from being interviewed on all local radio stations prior to the singer’s much-awaited album launch set for Harare International Conference Centre tomorrow
[HRW] Cameroon’s High Court refused to release opposition leader Maurice Kamto, as well as six of his supporters, who were arrested in January on politically motivated charges.
[Nyasa Times] Malawi has beat the World Health Organization (WHO) deadline on the elimination of trachoma disease.
[New Zimbabwe] A CLEANSING ritual on a Harare couple that has been tormented by a sexually transmitted disease (STD) for over a year recently turned tragic when the woman died in the hands of the self-proclaimed prophet who was performing the rite.
[New Zimbabwe] STRIKING doctors have reacted angrily to claims by government that the State assisted them through medical school and that there are enough medicine stocks in the country.
[The Conversation Africa] Driven by population growth and growing land scarcity, most African farm households are witnessing the gradual sub-division of their land. Over time farms are getting smaller and smaller.
[New Zimbabwe] The crisis in Zimbabwe’s public health sector is set to worsen this week after some senior doctors indicated they are joining junior colleagues in job action that started more than fortnight ago.
[The Herald] Zanu-PF Chegutu West legislator Cde Dexter Nduna has moved a motion to have any Zimbabwean who calls for sanctions on the country to be sentenced to death.
[Monitor] Kampala -The Judicial Service Commission (JSC) has opened up a general inquiry file into allegations of sexual harassment of female judicial officers by their bosses.
[New Zimbabwe] For the umpteenth time, a joint operation to rid the capital’s streets of illegal vendors between the police and Harare City Council failed Thursday as the defiant traders were back on the streets within minutes of running battles with the security forces.