Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation chief executive Happison Muchechetere who was sent on leave last month pending an audit of the bankrupt national broadcaster was earning $39 000 a month, including allowances.
President Robert Mugabe today said there will be no exception to the 51 -49 percent indigenisation rule with locals controlling 51 percent of the stake of any business venture.
President Robert Mugabe today once again teased his ministers about small houses and said if he knew these small houses he would go and destroy them.
President Robert Mugabe today described former South African President Nelson Mandela, who died last night, as a champion of the oppressed.
The Movement for Democratic Change led by Morgan Tsvangirai today expelled Mutare mayor Tatenda Nhemarare and nine councillors from Mutare, Redcliff and Victoria Falls for subverting the will of the electorate and disobeying the party’s directives.
Information secretary George Charamba today said the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation is overstaffed and might have to retrench 500 workers.