As Britain focuses on what its relationship with the European Union might look like once it leaves the bloc, sometime during 2019, the rest of the world is already girding for the post-Brexit era.
Old Mutual Zimbabwe’s Central African Buildings Society (CABS) doubled its net surplus to $20.75 million from $10.63 million last year, on the back of improved loan recoveries amid restricted lending.
When Theresa Makone took over as treasurer of the Movement for Democratic Change, after its split in early 2014, she says the party had only $53 in its account.
Former Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front Harare province chairman Amos Midzi was found dead at his farm outside Harare this morning.
Illegal vendors who had been given until Monday to move off the streets were yesterday given a reprieve until 26 June.
First Lady Grace Mugabe yesterday dismissed reports that she was ill saying she still had the same energy she had last year when she went on a nation-wide campaign disparaging Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front leaders whom she accused of trying to topple her husband.
Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front Harare Province youth leader Godwin Gomwe tried to commit suicide when he learnt that police were looking for him in connection with a case in which he is alleged to have extorted money from eight Glen Norah housing cooperatives using the name of the First Lady Grace Mugabe.
Zimbabweans have a knack for laughing at themselves even when things are not going well and they should be moaning and groaning, according to a story by South Africa’s News 24. One comedian is quoted as saying that Zimbabwe is the only country that will fail the simply test: Who is your former president? "Zimbabweans, for all our literacy – with a 99.9995% literacy rate – we are the only country that will fail to answer a simple question: who is your former president?" he is quoted as saying in an apparent reference to President Robert Mugabe’s 35-year rule.