Norton Legislator Temba Mliswa yesterday grilled Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa to disclose where the First Lady Grace Mugabe and her son Russell Goreraza got the foreign currency to buy expensive luxury items like a house in South Africa, cars and a diamond ring.
Zimbabwe is in talks with South Africa to put in place a framework which will allow its citizens working in the neighbouring country to repatriate their pensions upon their return home, an official has said. It is estimated that at least a million Zimbabweans are living and working in South Africa.
Zimbabwe Stock Exchange mainstream index eased 1.13 percent to 367.13 points today, extending its losses for the third day running.
Higher Education Minister Jonathan Moyo may not have been way off the mark when he proposed that Defence Minister Sydney Sekeramayi should be considered one of the leading contenders to succeed President Robert Mugabe.
Tourist arrivals in Victoria Falls shot up 21.6 percent to 119 758 in the first six months of 2017 compared to the same period last year owing to an increase in air connectivity, an industry report has shown.
Norton Member of Parliament Temba Mliswa yesterday said President Robert Mugabe lied to Parliament last week when he said that only 30 pieces of legislation remained to be aligned with the new constitution, but he diplomatic chose to say someone “misinformed him”.
Zimbabwe has effectively shelved plans to extend its Feruka pipeline to Francistown, Botswana citing viability concerns over the project, an official has said.
Maverick politician Joseph Chinotimba caught everyone in Parliament by surprise yesterday when he took advantage of an intervention by Speaker Jacob Mudenda to congratulate Movement for Democratic Change Vice-President Thokozani Khupe for attaining her doctorate degree to ask her two colleagues Elias Mudzuri and Nelson Chamisa if they were not preparing to take over from party leader Morgan Tsvangirai if he dies.