A British television channel, Channel 4 News, today broadcast a 28-second video showing President Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace entering into what it said was Gleneagles Hospital in Singapore.
The trial of former Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation boss Happison Muchechetere was today set for 24 June, five weeks from now.
Job Sikhala who recently returned to the Morgan Tsvangirai faction of the Movement for Democratic Change seems to be looking for trouble.
Vice President Joice Mujuru today said Zimbabweans must appreciate the resources that they have in their areas because these can change their lives.
Information Minister Jonathan Moyo today called on the media to take advantage of the new constitution which guarantees freedom of the media to make the government more accountable and end polarisation in the country because it was scaring away investors.
Deputy Minister of Home Affairs Ziyambi Ziyambi said today he was hearing it for the first time that Israeli company Nikuv was printing passports on behalf of the registrar-general’s office.