In a sea of red T-shirts, thousands of Zimbabweans bade farewell today to opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai, whose death has opened divisions in his Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) party only months before elections, Reuters reports.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa today said he had a great meeting with Adrian Bogart, Director of African Affairs of in the United States National Security Council and a delegation from Washington.
Anglo-American Platinum’s Zimbabwe unit Unki Mine produced a record 165 900 platinum group mineral ounces in 2017, an increase of two percent from 162 000oz last year.
Simbisa Brands, a local quick service restaurant brand with huge regional exposure and a listing on the ZSE, has announced a firm intention to acquire an international restaurant group once shareholders and regulatory approvals are secured.
Squabbling in the Movement for Democratic Change continues as party leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s body lies in State with party secretary-general Douglas Mwonzora saying the party must hold an extra-ordinary congress before 15 March to elect a new leader to stand as the presidential candidate.
Things seemed to be going on well for acting Movement for Democratic Change president Nelson Chamisa until the mother of party leader Morgan Tsvangirai arrived in Harare with his body last night.