Former Air Zimbabwe chief executive Innocent Mavhunga was today set free after a Harare magistrate refused to grant a further remand and said the State could proceed through summons once it has put its house in order.
Information Secretary George Charamba says Zimbabwe is not looking for a cash bailout from China but is looking for infrastructural investment. “Variku expecter kuti tichauya nema billion ari munhava don’t know the strategic direction of Zimbabwe.
Justice Minister Emmerson Mnangagwa says he will not sign any death warrants because he believes that the death penalty is unfair.
Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister Christopher Mutsvangwa is in trouble over his remarks about Vice-President Joice Mujuru and Presidential Affairs Minister Didymus Mutasa at the weekend in an interview with The Herald.
The criminal case in which two former Air Zimbabwe officials, former company secretary Grace Pfumbidzayi and former Chief Executive Officer Peter Chikumba, are accused of defrauding the national airline of €5 175 593 and US$502 748 through an insurance scam, is politically motivated and is aimed at denying Chikumba his terminal benefits, the former Air Zimbabwe boss said yesterday.
Mavambo Kusile Dawn leader Simba Makoni has been asked to wake and revive the party but he says he is not a dictator who tells people what to do.