There was a rare moment of unity in Parliament yesterday when both members of the ruling Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front and the opposition Movement for Democratic Change opposed the appointment of Michael Ndudzo as Zimbabwe’s next auditor-general.
Zimbabwe’s Members of Parliament today rejected the proposed appointment of Industrial Development Corporation boss Mike Ndudzo as Auditor General to replace the popular Mildred Chiri.
British tycoon, Nicholas Van Hoogstraten today made a counteroffer to CFI minorities, at 46 cents per share more than double the offer by Stalap as the two rivals intensify their battle for control of the agro-industrial group.
President Robert Mugabe’s health has been topical of late especially since the number of his visits to Singapore for “medical check-up” have become more frequent.
The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ), and its principals, are solely responsible for the most extensive and sustained drain of wealth and destruction of people’s welfare in Zimbabwe’s colonial and post-colonial history.
Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday told opposition chief whip Innocent Gonese that his complaints about the absence of ministers in Parliament on Wednesdays to answer questions from legislators had become a broken record.