South African retailer Pick n Pay says its Zimbabwe associate TM Supermarkets performance boosted the group’s half year revenue for its Rest of Africa division which increased by 12.6 percent to R2.3 billion ($1,7 million).
Movement for Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai has lifted the suspension of two top party officials Abednico Bhebhe and Chartlon Hwende who were suspended in August following party disturbances in Bulawayo.
Zimbabwe’s health insurers say the shortage of foreign currency in the country has resulted in the cost of drugs escalating by as much as 70 percent.
A Zimbabwean pastor who prophesied in January that President Robert Mugabe would die today says God had changed his mind but did not tell him why.
The Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front does not need a special congress to endorse its party leader as the presidential candidate as this is done every year at the annual conference.
Kariba Member of Parliament Isaac MacKenzie says flights to Kariba must resume because there is no tourism in the resort town.