President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday brushed off the proposed political party being mooted by G40 members who say his administration is illegitimate.
Movement for Democratic Change presidential spokesman Luke Tamborinyoka insists that Nelson Chamisa was yesterday appointed acting president of the party and remains so.
Movement for Democratic Change vice-president Thokozani Khupe has disputed the appointment of Nelson Chamisa as the party’s acting president.
Health Minister David Parirenyatwa was today described as a stranger in Parliament when Speaker Jacob Mudenda listed him as one of the ministers who would not be able to attend question time today.
The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) says it is negotiating a $1.5 billion loan guarantee with the African Export and Import Bank (Afreximbank) to protect foreign investor funds from the country’s high risk profile and for liquidity support.
Movement for Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai today appointed one of his deputies Nelson Chamisa as the party’s acting president during his absence.
Stepping off his private plane in Harare last night, in white shirt and blue jeans, billionaire Dmitry Mazepin represents both the hope and fear under President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s “open for business” crusade.
Mabvuku-Tafara Member of Parliament James Maridadi yesterday said while the saying: “Zimbabwe is open for business”, is now the buzzword, it is so difficult to open a bank account that at one time he got so irritated while trying to open a Constituency Development Fund account that he asked the bank manager whether the manager wanted him to give him the birth certificate of his mother’s boyfriend.