Like many ordinary Zimbabweans right now, Joy Mviro is adamant that things have changed for the better.
The Zimbabwe dollar is coming back but not now but it will surely return, Deputy Finance Minister Terence Mukupe told the Senate on Thursday.
Deputy Finance Minister Terrence Mukupe told the Senate on Thursday that Zimbabwe’s cash crisis dates back to 2013 because Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa inherited a ministry that had only $217 in its coffers.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who is trying to win his own mandate in the coming elections, received a big plus when the chairperson of Alpha Media Holdings Trevor Ncube endorsed him and urged Zimbabweans to support his bid to revive the country’s economy.
Expelled Movement for Democratic Change vice-president Thokozani Khupe has queried why her faction was not given a share of the $1.8 million meant for the MDC-T under the Political Parties Finance Act when former party secretary-general Tendai Biti was given his share when he broke away in 2014 to form the People’s Democratic Party.
The chamber application in which the Movement for Democratic Change led by Nelson Chamisa is seeking to bar Thokozani Khupe from using the same name was today postponed to Tuesday after Khupe’s lawyer Lovemore Madhuku failed to make it to the High Court in Bulawayo.