Job Sakhala, who abandoned his own Movement for Democratic Change faction to join the main faction led by Morgan Tsvangirai, today called for war to oust President Robert Mugabe arguing that people would not survive until the next elections in 2018.
Vice-President Joice Mujuru today said that those lining up for the post of president while Robert Mugabe is still in office are daydreaming.
Jacob Mafume, one of the four members expelled from the Movement for Democratic Change yesterday for insubordination and violating the party’s constitution, today said their expulsion was unconstitutional.
President Robert Mugabe today said Zimbabwe will continue using the Dubai Diamond Exchange to sell its diamonds following the successful auctioning of 380 626.24 carats for US$29.3 million last month.
Information Minister Jonathan Moyo who opened the Pandora box when he exposed corruption at the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation in November continued on his campaign trail today with a startling revelation that some 3 000 individuals had gobbled US$600 million in salaries and allowances since 2009 and US$133 million last year alone.
Zimbabwe’s Head of Chancery in Abuja Stanley Kunjeku was today summoned by the Nigerian government over President Robert Mugabe’s remarks on 15 March whether Zimbabwe was heading Nigeria’s way in terms of corruption.