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.
Life assurers reported a 9 percent decline in profit to $33 million in the quarter to June from $37 million in the comparable period last year on increased operating expenses.
Zimbabwe’s tax agency says it is only collecting about 30 percent of potential revenue as tax compliance remains a challenge. The bulk of the southern African nation’s revenue collections comes from individual tax (Pay As You Earn), followed by excise duty.
The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange opened the week on a high note adding 1.45 percent to close at 512.67 points.