The National Patriotic Front yesterday told the visiting Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa pre-election observer team that Zimbabwe cannot have free and fair elections because the Emmerson Mnangagwa administration came to power in November last year through a “coup” that was specifically staged to grab power and enshrine it in the hands of the military.
A Herald columnist who was this week “exposed” by former Higher Education Minister Jonathan Moyo as Presidential spokesman George Charamba has come out guns blazing accusing Moyo of selling out former First Lady Grace Mugabe and using former President Robert Mugabe’s nephew Patrick Zhuwao as a mop.
NMB Holdings net interest income for the four months to April 30 increased 30 percent compared to same period last year while non-interest income also surged 83 percent on prior year.
Zimbabwe’s main opposition leader Nelson Chamisa says as the continent commemorates Africa Day, people must remember that “our beloved continent does not need strongmen.
United Nations Development Programme resident representative to Zimbabwe Bishow Parajuli believes the southern African nation can hold credible elections.
Proplastics sales performance for the 4 months to April is ahead of last year as volumes grew 49 percent while revenue went up 86 percent.