State media in Zimbabwe are reporting that former president Robert Mugabe is backing the National Patriotic Front (NPF), a breakaway party from the ruling ZANU-PF, in a bid to make a political comeback.
Movement for Democratic Change leader Nelson Chamisa says he is going to win the coming elections because they are about a generational transfer of power.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov today said his country was pursuing military cooperation with Zimbabwe and looking at opportunities in the diamond sector as well as fully implementing a $3 billion joint platinum project near Harare.
Cables manufacturer CAFCA expects a five-fold increase in earnings per share for the six months to March to about 4.5 cents per share from 0.7 cents in the comparable period last year after a sharp rise in demand for its copper products.
Former President Robert Mugabe left the country yesterday for South Africa as debate about the new political party, the National Patriotic Front, which he is reportedly linked to, intensified.
Zimbabwe’s newest political party the National Patriotic Front which is led by former legislator Ambrose Mutinhiri, and is said to have links to former President Robert Mugabe, has notified the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission that it will be contrasting local, parliamentary and presidential elections this year.