South Africa’s Public Works Minister Thulas Nxesi today said that South Africa could learn from Zimbabwe’s agrarian model because research indicated that it had been successful.
Zimbabwe is planning to set up a National Conventions Bureau to boost tourism which it says will be one of the major contributors to its national wealth.
Zimbabwe’s opposition parties are unlikely to unseat the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front in 2018 because they have never been able to get more than 1.4 million votes over the past decade, a South African civic organisation, the Solidarity Peace Trust said.
Justice Minister Emmerson Mnangagwa today said he was against the death penalty and would rather resign from his ministerial post than sign execution certificates for the 89 people currently on death row.
Justice Minister Emmerson Mnangagwa today said Zimbabwe backs calls for African nations to cut ties with the International Criminal Court because it was humiliating African leaders by targeting them, while letting off Western leaders over conflicts in Iraq and Libya.
President Robert Mugabe today called on European nations to lift sanctions on Zimbabwe in order to boost trade ties.