When Movement for Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai was battered by the police together with his supporters about a decade ago, he refused to receive treatment unless all his supporters who were injured received treatment as well.
The National Executive of the Movement for Democratic Change led by Morgan Tsvangirai today lifted its suspension on deputy National Spokesperson Thabitha Khumalo but slapped National Organising Secretary Abednigo Bhebhe with suspension pending national disciplinary action.
First Lady Grace Mugabe has eliminated herself from the succession race as her recent outburst in Johannesburg where she allegedly walloped a 20-year-old South African model after she found her at the same hotel with her two sons “has confirmed her reputation as a vitriolic and temperamental individual in the eyes of many Zimbabweans”, Newsweek says..
Coal miner, Hwange Colliery Company (HCC) said it would resume underground mining operations during the last quarter of 2017 following delivery of new equipment.
By barring Kwese TV, the Zimbabwe government has shown a trademark tendency: for political reasons, it will jealously hold on to a business it does not know how to run.
Financial services group, Old Mutual Zimbabwe yesterday commissioned a $5.7 million mini hydro power plant in Chipinge district, southeast of Zimbabwe.