Former Zimbabwe Independent editor Iden Wetherell predicted way back in 2001, only months after Jonathan Moyo had been appointed Information Minister, that while Moyo’s political star would rise, and he could even become Prime Minister, he would go as soon as Mugabe goes.
The Catholic priest who negotiated former president Robert Mugabe’s exit had no kind words for his wife Grace and blamed her for Mugabe’s demise.
Zimbabwe’s consumer price index increased by 0.73 percent to 2.94 percent in November, the national statistics agency reported yesterday.
Former Mines secretary Francis Gudyanga today appeared in court facing charges of criminal abuse of office.
Zimbabwe’s leather industry is set to receive a $1.6 million grant from the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (Comesa) to capacitate leather companies, an official has said.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa who is all out to renew his Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front party as well as revive the country’s economy seems to have abandoned the pasi na..slogan and is now going for issues rather than individuals.