Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front organs, which have expressed a vote of no confidence in national political commissar Savior Kasukuwere, have called on the party to decide onhis fate before it derails the 2018 election campaign.
The proposed National Peace and Reconciliation Commission Bill falls far short of the five key principles for commissions of this nature as set out by the United Nations so it cannot not be accepted as it is, Bulawayo South Member of Parliament Eddie Cross said.
Movement for Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai today called on African leaders to ensure that Zimbabwe has free, fair and credible elections next year so that its youths can have a brighter future.
Zimbabwe’s largest milk processor, Dairibord yesterday said revenue for the first four months to April 30 was two percent below comparable period last year, due to incessant rains and system migration challenges faced during the group consolidation process.
First Lady Grace Mugabe’s greatest fear is that no one will protect her and she could be publicly humiliated after her husband dies, a South African news organisation reported today.
Zimbabwe imported disposable napkins worth $3 million in the first quarter of the year, more than enough to resuscitate stricken local towel and napkin maker, Merlin.