Mine Workers’ Association chairperson Hilton Phiri and an alleged accomplice Tonderai Nyevera appeared at the Gweru Magistrates’ Court yesterday facing six charges of contravening the Legal Practitioners Act after they allegedly masqueraded as lawyers for mine employees.
The Zimbabwe National Students Union (Zinasu) is reportedly set to take President Robert Mugabe and the University of Zimbabwe (UZ) to court over the awarding of a controversial doctorate of philosophy degree to the country's First Lady.
A Zimbabwean insurance firm announced plans to expand to Nigeria where the sector is rated at US $1,5 billion.
A team of Zimbabwean chefs have travelled to South Africa to compete in the African Culinary Cup, an international cooking competition that has attracted the attention of professional cooks across the continent.
A sibling to a pastor has been acquitted after the court established that there was an adulterous affair between the two.
Zimbabwean youth have been found to be involved in corrupt activities, including the buying of drivers' licences and examination passes.