A French consortium was today reported to have expressed interest in investing about US$3 billion to generate power in Zimbabwe.
Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai today said President Robert Mugabe will keep his end of the bargain and hold elections after the end of the current transitional government.
President Robert Mugabe today dismissed rumours that he was dying from cancer saying this had become a perennial issue and he hardly paid any serious attention to it.
Finance Minister Tendai Biti today said Zimbabwe was seeking R3.25 billion in an overdraft and credit facility from South Africa.
The Movement for Democratic Change today appealed to the South African government to delay a plan to send undocumented Zimbabweans back to the country at the end of this year saying they might face increased poverty and persecution.