Acting Movement for Democratic Change leader Nelson Chamisa, whose appointment on Wednesday has sparked a lot of controversy and infighting within the party, today said he has pressed the reset button as the party prepares for the coming elections.
Transport Minister Joram Gumbo has announced a raft of measures aimed at curbing corruption at Vehicle Inspection Department which issues drivers’ licences and vehicle fitness certificates.
The European Union says Zimbabweans have an opportunity to close a difficult chapter in their history and start anew and peaceful electoral campaign and credible elections can set the country on track towards positive change.
Acting Movement for Democratic Change leader Nelson Chamisa yesterday said no Zimbabwean should lose life in 2018 either due to intra-party elections or elections in general.
Zimbabwe’s largest ferrochrome miner, ZIMASCO today announced that it had come out of judicial management after nearly two years.
Zimbabwe will stick to the deadline to phase out the high sulphur diesel 500 by the end of this month and cut the price of the cleaner diesel 50 by about nine percent, energy minister Simon Khaya Moyo has told Parliament.
Zimbabwe’s military cannot be a partisan supporter of any one party if elections are to be deemed free and fair, Britain’s Minister for Africa, Harriett Baldwin who was in Zimbabwe last week said.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday brushed off the proposed political party being mooted by G40 members who say his administration is illegitimate.