Home Affairs Minister Obert Mpofu is sleeping on the job as vehicles without number plates continue to ply Zimbabwe’s roads when the Ministry of Transport has ruled that this is illegal.
Zimbabwe’s former Education Minister David Coltart has described Movement for Democratic Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa as the only competent person who realistically stands between the ongoing de facto military rule and a new dawn for Zimbabwe.
There has been a of lot talk about how Movement for Democratic Change Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa fared in his interview with Stephen Sackur of the British Broadcasting Corporation’s Hardtalk.
The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission must disclose who is printing the ballot papers for the coming elections because the law says it must provide this information to all political parties and candidates contesting the elections as well as all observers.
The Zimbabwe cash shortages which have dogged the country for more than two years will ease within the next two months central bank governor John Mangudya said.
One of President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s bitter rivals Jonathan Moyo has warned Britain that by openly supporting Mnangagwa it could be making the same mistake it made by backing Zimbabwe-Rhodesian Prime Minister Abel Muzorewa at independence.