Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa today said Zimbabwe will stick to an International Monetary Fund monitoring programme that could pave way for the country to clear its debts and open doors for new loans to revive its economy.
The government today said it will supply farmers with $161 million worth of free seed and fertilizer to improve food security.
Poverty has declined significantly since the formation of the inclusive government in 2009, a report released by Afrobarometer today said.
The West should not bow down to Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe because her has shown more defiance than a willingness to receive overtures from the West by appointing people like Jonathan Moyo as Minister of Information.
Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front chairman Simon Khaya Moyo has reportedly been cleared for the post of Vice-President.
The National Constitutional Assembly today unanimously agreed to transform into a political party as a way of intensifying its push for a people driven constitution in Zimbabwe.