The Zimbabwean embassy in South Africa today withdrew from First Lady Grace Mugabe’s case in which she is accused of assaulting a South African model Gabriella Engels after its lawyer received death threats from unnamed sources.
Movement for Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai will address the nation via Voice of America’s Studio 7 on Sunday and will focus on the voter registration that begins on 10 October as well as his health.
The High Court in Pretoria is expected to deliver its judgment on the application brought by model Gabriella Engels and AfriForum to serve Zimbabwean First Lady Grace Mugabe with court papers today.
Zimbabwe’s mineral exports increased 25 percent to $1.69 billion between January and September, up from $1.35 billion during the same period last year on the back of increased output, Mines minister Walter Chidhakwa has said.
Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa today hit back at his co-Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko “for subjective falsehoods and mischievous perceptions” saying he never said he was poisoned in Gwanda.
Defence Minister Sydney Sekeramayi today warned Zimbabweans to be careful about what they read on social media because there are some people and organisations that would like to see turmoil in the country.
A pastor who prophecised that President Robert Mugabe will die on 17 October, 12 days from now, will stand trial after the Constitutional Court threw out his case.
Blanket Mine, a 49 percent owned subsidiary of Canada-listed Caledonia Mining Corporation, produced 14 389 ounces of gold in the third quarter ended 30 September, a new quarterly record for the mine.