Mabvuku/Tafara legislator James Maridadi, who is a former radio personality, has challenged radio stations in the country to prove that they are making money.
At a faded colonial-era hotel hosting Zimbabwe’s first mining conference since the fall of long-time strongman Robert Mugabe, a succession of government officials repeated what has become a familiar mantra: “Zimbabwe is open for business.” The question is whether investors believe them.
Zimbabwe’s Parliament has recommended that the government provide security comprising police and soldiers to all private commercial radio stations because this is of national interest.
The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission is already facing a huge dilemma over the coming elections- how to prepare a ballot paper that can accommodate 118 candidates if all the political parties that have registered with the electoral body decide to contest for president.
Zimbabwe’s state diamond company is planning to introduce contract sales, as part of a strategy to revive operations and bring greater transparency at the controversial Marange fields.
Movement for Democratic Change leader Nelson Chamisa has described as outright distortions and lies stories about his visit to Joshua Nkomo museum and his meeting with former war veterans leader Jabulani Sibanda.
Movement for Democratic Change Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa is reported to have committed an abomination by claiming that the family of the late Vice-President Joshua Nkomo had endorsed him and offered him Nkomo’s intonga (scepter).