Zimbabwe's state-owned electricity distributor has given businesses, including mines and large-scale farms, six months to clear their bills or risk being cut off and face litigation.
CFI reported an 87 percent increase in profit before tax to $2.8 million in the five months to February compared to $1.5 million in the same period last year while revenue grew by a third.
Mabvuku-Tafara legislator James Maridadi has called on the government to address the issue of violence and intimidation, if this year’s elections are to be free and fair, as there were young men intimidating people by demanding their registration slips.
Embattled Movement for Democratic Change vice-president Thokozani Khupe had dismissed reports that she tried to team up with former President Robert Mugabe to form a formidable opposition against the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front leader Emmerson Mnangagwa saying anyone who believed that “rubbish” might as well believe that the devil is in heaven.
In November, the Zimbabwean people, led by our youth, went to the streets peacefully and joyfully, determined to have their voices heard.
A staggering 107 political parties have informed the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission that they exist and might participate in the coming elections.