A British family has offered a reward of £15 000 (about $25 000)for information about the death of Robert Wood in Bulawayo last year.
Zimbabwe’s economy is expected to grow by 6.1 percent next year up from this year’s 3.1 percent because of the robust mining sector.
Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa today said he would not be able to announce his budget for 2014 this month but would definitely meet the deadline of unveiling it before January 2014.
Zimbabwe’s fertiliser companies have been told to boost their production to stop increasing imports.
Information Minister Jonathan Moyo today slammed politicians for keeping the country in perpetual election mode instead of focusing on national development.
President Robert Mugabe today described Movement for Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai as a mad man for refusing to accept his election defeat on 31 July.”We won elections, now Mr Tsvangirai is running around saying he was cheated.
South Africa’s Supreme Court of Appeal today reserved judgment in the appeal hearing that that South Africa was obliged under international law to probe alleged atrocities by officials in Zimbabwe.
The Constitutional Court has scrapped a law against insulting the president and another on communicating falsehoods because they are not in line with the new constitution.