APRNEWS - Former Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe lost close to a million dollars when “thieves” invaded his rural home in Zvimba. The incident is believed to have taken place between December 2018 and early this year.
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APRNEWS - Zimbabweans trickle back into the capital, Harare on Thursday after three days of violent protests over fuel price hikes. Residents are hopeful the situation will soon normalize.
“Things are beginning to normalize now so going to work is the only option otherwise our families will suffer more”, said Harare resident, James Vambe.
APRNEWS - Four people have been accused of stealing a suitcase with cash amounting to $150,000. Three of the four appeared before a court this week.
The suspects are alleged to have splashed the money on cars, homes and livestock, the Chihoyi magistrates court located in north central Zimbabwe.
APRNEWS - Zimbabwe on Friday said it would not extradite Grace Mugabe, wife of former president Robert Mugabe, after an arrest warrant was issued in South Africa for her alleged assault of a model in 2017.
APRNEWS - With democratic culture – specifically electing leaders via the ballot box gaining grounds across Africa, elections continue to be routinely held across the continent each year.
2018 had its fair share of presidential elections, producing a number of new leaders whiles some incumbents also secured re-election.
APRNEWS - Zimbabweans on Thursday took to the streets, protesting against the prevailing economic crisis that has led to the shortage of basic goods including fuel.
The protest, was the first anti-government demonstration since the post-election violence on August 1, which claimed the lives of six people.
APRNEWS - At least 42 bus passengers died close to midnight of Thursday, November 15, in southern Zimbabwe. Local police said the incident happened after a passenger’s gas cylinder exploded for an unknown reason.
APRNEWS - Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa and members of his cabinet received doses of Oral Cholera Vaccine (OCV) to encourage people in areas being targeted by health officials to get vaccinated, state media reported on Wednesday.
APRNEWS - Zimbabwe’s Constitutional Court has ruled that a law that allows police to authorize protests could be misused by state machinery.
The court has by their position outlawed section 27 of the Public Order and Security Act, POSA. The development effective means that citizens can protest without police clearance, the NewsDay portal reports.
APRNEWS - The Zimbabwean government says it is concerned about the number of people still presenting with cholera signs and symptoms, in spite a vaccination programme against the diarrhea disease that started last week.