Sunday Mail editor Edmund Kudzayi and his brother Philip will know their fate today following an application by their lawyer Admire Rubaya for refusal of further remand on Friday.
The United States government has warned Zimbabwe not to do business with Russia because Moscow is under United States sanctions. The warning is said to have been issued, a week or two ago, through the US embassy in Harare after the signing of the US$3 billion platinum deal between Zimbabwe and Russia, according to Herald columnist Nathaniel Manheru.
Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front spokesman Rugare Gumbo says Justice Minister Emmerson Mnangagwa is offside.
Former Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe governor Gideon Gono will have to wait again to know his fate about the Senate seat for Manicaland left vacant following the death of politburo member Kumbirai Kangai.
A Chicago man now on trial for lobbying for the lifting of sanctions against Zimbabwe for a fee of US$3.4 million has been accused of being a greedy opportunist who wanted to cash in on United States President Barack Obama’s election. C.
Infighting within the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front turned ugly yesterday when Mashonaland West provincial leader Temba Mliswa described three senior party officials -Information Minister Jonathan Moyo, Environment Minister Saviour Kasukuwere and President Robert Mugabe’s nephew Patrick Zhuwawo- as gay-gangsters being paid by the United States’ Central Intelligence Agency.
Zimbabwe has been ranked 46 out of 52 in the 2014 Ibrahim Index of African governance beating only the Democratic Republic of Congo, Guinea-Bissau, Eritrea, Central African Republic and Somalia.
Information Minister Jonathan Moyo says former Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe governor Gideon Gono’s outburst that factionalism in the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front was responsible for his disqualification as Senator for Manicaland was a clear indication that Gono was desperate to become senator.