Four Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front youths who were arrested for heckling First Lady Grace Mugabe at the youth interface rally in Bulawayo on Saturday have been released on $50 bail each today and remanded to 24 November.
African Distillers sales volumes and revenue fell below budget in the first quarter to September, but the beverage maker expects improvement in the second quarter, boosted by demand in the festive season.
South Africa today extended the deadline for submission of supporting documents for Zimbabwe Special Permits to end of January next year but said the adjudication process could take up to September.
Delta Corporation on Wednesday reported a 4 percent increase in after tax profit to $32.3 million for the six months to September, from $30.98 million in the comparable period last year on improved finance and income from associates.
First Lady Grace Mugabe may have piled pressure on her husband President Robert Mugabe to fire Emmerson Mnangagwa because she was afraid of her security under a Mnangagwa presidency because Mugabe’s health is deteriorating fast.
Higher Education Minister Jonathan Moyo, one of the alleged leaders of the G40 faction of the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front which has now taken over the reins of the ruling party, says President Robert Mugabe is grooming today’s youths just like he did with former Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa in 1997.