Movement for Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai called for the disbandment of the Green Bombers more than a decade ago describing them as a ZANU-PF private army specifically designed to terrorise the people and not to protect and serve them.
Singer and businessman Energy Mutodi is still battling to get bail over charges that a facebook article he posted on 6 August is likely to cause disaffection among members of the defence forces.
There has been a total silence on the condition of Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa who fell sick on Saturday at a youth rally in Gwanda and had to be flown to Johannesburg for treatment.
Zimbabwe’s Meteorological Services Department says Zimbabwe is experiencing the coldest weather in 2017 to date.
State-owned mobile operator, Netone, in collaboration with First Mutual Life (FML), yesterday launched a low cost funeral policy supported by a $10 million BancABC facility.
Zimbabwe First Lady Grace Mugabe did not attend court on Tuesday over allegations of assaulting a 20-year-old South African woman whom she allegedly found with her two sons at a Sandton Hotel because police feared that she might be attacked by exiled Zimbabweans living in South Africa.