Britain is worried that Zimbabwe might not have free and fair elections next year because of the voter registration, human rights violations and restrictions on political activity, Minister of State in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office Rory Stewart said on Thursday.
Bulawayo South Member of Parliament Eddie Cross said Transport Minister Joram Gumbo must appear before Parliament within 10 days to explain the rot in his ministry where the permanent secretary was literally doing what he wanted with government funds.
If anyone needed evidence of why the Auditor-General needs a bigger whip and more teeth, they need to read the section on the Zimbabwe National Road Administration (ZINARA) in her 2016 audit.
Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee has blasted the former Secretary for Transport Munesu Munodawafa for his lack of respect for the auditor-general’ office saying his attitude towards “audit issues makes a mockery of the Office of the Auditor General”.
Zimbabwean businesses should take advantage of the country’s trade agreements with the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (Comesa) to narrow a growing trade gap, an industry official has said.
Hwange Colliery says it will resume underground mining of high value coking coal in October, and expects to start trading profitably from July.