Work on the expansion of Kariba South power plant is 85 percent complete, with the first 150 MW unit expected to be operational in December, a spokesman for power utility ZESA has said.
Movement for Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai today said next year’s elections will be one chance that the democratic movement cannot let slip because future generations will not forgive opposition leaders for letting them down.
Four candidates, two from relatively unknown parties, will be contesting the Chiwundura by-election to be held on 15 July.
Donors like the World Bank and the World Health Organization often urge developing countries to invest in national health systems.
On the face of it, there are many situations in which doing something that makes us happier fails to make our lives more meaningful.
A South African-based researcher and lawyer Derek Matyszak says it is difficult to tell who is actually running the government of Zimbabwe as many of the decisions are now being made by the Office of the President and Cabinet which is run by a relative of Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa.