Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) called Zimbabweans to exercise their constitutional rights and protests against the outcome of the August elections which saw President Emmerson Mnangagwa declared winner.
Lieutenant General Anselem Sanyatwe has been appointed as the new Commander of the Zimbabwe National Army replacing David Sigauke.
Tafadzwa Manyika, a member of the ruling party, Zanu PF, has written to the Speaker of the National Assembly, Jacob Mudenda, requesting the recall of 70 Members of Parliament (MPs).
The Zimbabwean government has issued a warning to the Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC), cautioning them against taking actions that could potentially lead to an uprising under the guise of democracy.
The Pretoria High Court is currently embroiled in a contentious case that questions the legality of the multi-million-rand coronation of AmaZulu King Misuzulu kaZwelithini.
South Africa's population reached 62 million people in 2022, marking a significant increase from 51.8 million in 2011, according to data from the country's statistics agency released on Tuesday.
In a dramatic scene, anti-riot police stormed the Zimbabwean Parliament, resulting in several MPs being injured, as they forcibly removed CCC (Citizens Coalition for Change) legislators who were defying an order to vacate the house issued by National Assembly Speaker, Jacob Mudenda.
The Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) is considering the possibility of withdrawing its Members of Parliament (MPs) and Senators from the Zimbabwean parliament after 15 lawmakers were recalled.
Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC), leader Nelson Chamisa, has renewed his plea for the release of fellow party executive and lawyer Job Sikhala from Chikurubi Maximum Security Prison amid reports of his deteriorating health.
Zimbabwe's former Finance minister Tendai Biti has strongly criticized the Mutapa Investment Fund, characterizing it as an unconstitutional takeover of the country's funds.