Four robbers, three disguised as traffic police officers, are reported to have pounced on a cash-in-transit truck belonging to Fawcett Security today getting away with at least $400 000, The Herald reported.
Central bank governor Gideon Gono today bid farewell to his colleagues in the banking sector after 120 months at the helm of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe.
Mines Minister Walter Chidakwa today said platinum mining companies can be allowed majority shareholding if they build a refinery in the country.
Former South African President Thabo Mbeki said former British Prime Minister Tony Blair put him under pressure to remove Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe even if this meant military intervention.
Local Government Deputy Minister Joel Biggie Matiza today said the government exercise to demolish illegal structures is not a heartless exercise.
Amnesty International today said it is concerned about Zimbabwe’s continued harassment and intimidation of human rights defenders and called on the government to immediately repeal or amend all laws that are not aligned with the new Constitution.
Information Minister Jonathan Moyo today said the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front provincial elections have nothing to do with succession because there is no vacancy in the leadership of the party, the government and the country.
The Zimbabwe African National Union- Patriotic Front today decided to hold all the remaining seven provincial elections simultaneously next Saturday.