Five Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front Members of Parliament who were said to be the king-pins of the G40 faction were today expelled from Parliament after the party notified the House that they were no longer members of the party.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa today announced that he will be granting those who externalised money or other assets a three-month amnesty to bring these back with no questions asked.
Former President Robert Mugabe’s fall was quick and dramatic, but cleaning up after him will take much longer.
Twenty-five soldiers fired indiscriminately into the house of former Local Government Minister Saviour Kasukuwere while Kasukuwere, former Higher Education Minister Jonathan Moyo and their families were in the house according a tweet just posted on Jonathan Moyo’s twitter handle today.
The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange industrial index opened the week higher, advancing 4.72 percent to close 333.68 points on gains by some heavyweights as investors start to take advantage of a recent price fall which was driven by political uncertainty.
Twitter followers of former Higher Education Minister Jonathan Moyo have chided him for getting former Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front youth leader Kudzai Chipanga in trouble and abandoning him.