In this video by Chat 263 riot police in Harare were caught on camera brutally disrupting a protest against Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko's continued stay at the Rainbow Towers (formerly Sheraton) hotel.
Cristiano Ronaldo did not seem to be in a good mood on Wednesday, hours before Portugal takes on Hungary at Euro 2016. A CMTV reporter went up to Ronaldo and asked a question, and suddenly Ronaldo snatched his microphone and threw it into the lake.
'Kana ukarota usingatongwi neZanu PF, muka ubike doro' says Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa in Chiredzi.
Doctors in Zimbabwe hit by $220m backlog of medical insurance payments
Oscar Pistorius, the Olympic runner who faces sentencing for the 2013 murder of his girlfriend, removed his artificial legs and shuffled his way to the front of a courtroom in Pretoria, South Africa, on Wednesday.
Fifteen people, including a journalist and the brother of a missing political activist, arrested during a public protest against President Robert Mugabe were granted bail on Saturday. For five of them bail was set at $1000 effectively keeping them in prison, their lawyer said.
Zimbabwe's capital Harare, once the pride of its citizens, is beset by a host of challenges. Council authorities say it's losing sixty percent of clean water through leakages in old and damaged pipes and illegal connections. The city is also five months behind in paying its workers. The city, a shadow of its former self, is in a crisis that residents blame on ongoing battles for control between the opposition run council and ruling party executive.
Eddie Rowe, the director of the World Food Programme (WFP) in Zimbabwe tells Nehanda TV that by January next year over 4,5 million Zimbabweans will need food assistance.