President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday gave his new cabinet one week to come up with quick win solutions to solve the country’s problems and said his secretary will give each minister a list of unimplemented projects and previous cabinet resolutions so that they can select their own priority projects.
CFI Holdings acting executive Timothy Nyika has thrown in the towel as the fight for control of the agroindustrial group between major shareholders intensifies.
Netherlands-based Vivo Energy Holdings is set to acquire a controlling stake in Engen Holdings through a share swap deal targeting operations in Zimbabwe and several countries in the region.
The Movement for Democratic Change, which was accused of being so pro-West that it would return land to the whites if it came power, says it was never against land reform but it was against the haphazard way the land was acquired and the allocation itself which ignored the black majority.
Former War Veterans Minister Tshinga Dube says he organised youths and war veterans to boo former first lady Grace Mugabe at White City Stadium in Bulawayo and it worked.
Bulawayo South Member of Parliament Eddie Cross has listed a series of things that former President Robert Mugabe allegedly got away with.