One of the Movement for Democratic Change vice-presidents, Nelson Chamisa, says he is ready to lead the party if party leader Morgan Tsvangirai steps down.
Information secretary and President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s spokesman George Charamba has refuted reports by exiled former Higher Education Minister Jonathan Moyo that the government is seeking to postpone elections saying that the elections will be held sooner than most people expect.
Zimbabwe will hold its first diamond sale of the year in February after failing to hold any in the whole of 2017, Mines Minister Winston Chitando told Parliament.
Construction of the Beitbridge to Harare Road, the busiest highway in the country, is to start in March according to the Minister of Transport Joram Gumbo.
Zimbabwe’s economy is expected to grow by 0.9 percent this year before slowing to 0.2 percent in 2019 and the year after, the World Bank has said in its latest Global Economic Prospects report, much lower than the government estimate of 4.5 percent.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his deputy Constantine Chiwenga went to see opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai last week to discuss the postponement of elections by at least three years, former Higher Education Minister Jonathan Moyo told the British Broadcasting Corporation today.
Former Higher Education Minister Jonathan Moyo, who has become a pain in the neck for President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration through is tweets, today said the administration is doomed to fail as the month of November is sacred in Zimbabwe and anything done in that month is doomed to fail.
Exiled Zimbabwean businessman Strive Masiyiwa, often described as Zimbabwe’s richest man, is now a billionaire for the first time, according to the latest Forbes rankings released today.