Movement for Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai wound-up his tour of Mashonaland East today and will be in Mount Darwin tomorrow at the start of a three-day tour of Mashonaland Central.
Bulawayo Senator Dorothy Tholakele Khumalo has asked why she should have 10 or more children if her children are not going to enjoy the same benefits as other children and might be forced to work for children of those privileged to access the country’s resources.
Property concern Mashonaland Holdings’ operating profit declined by 15 percent to $647 000 in the four months to January 31 due to rising voids and lower rentals.
Zimbabwean and Chinese geologists exploring the possible revival of Kamativi Mine have found more lithium than tin, Mines and Mining Development minister Walter Chidhakwa has said.
Opinion leaders from Murehwa and Mutoko today told Movement for Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai that there must be a national clarion call to urge President Robert Mugabe not to contest next year’s elections because he is too old.
In late 2016 it became a common sight in the capital of Zimbabwe to see fearful citizens queuing outside banks, waiting hopefully for cash.