Movement for Democratic Change secretary-general Tendai Biti said he would prefer to have elections by July, a month before the United Nations World Tourism Organisation general assembly that will be held the following month.
Zimbabwe is broke and only had $217 in its account after paying civil servants, Finance Minister Tendai Biti was quoted today as saying.
The media was awash with news today that President Robert Mugabe could rule for another 10 years if he is elected President in this year’s elections.
A Mutare woman is reported to have stripped in front of Unites States ambassador to Zimbabwe Bruce Wharton in protest against United States sanctions on Zimbabwe.
Mhondoro-Ngezi Member of Parliament Bright Matonga is suing SeedCo for over $300 000 for allegedly breaching a contract under which he was supposed to produce hybrid seed maize for the company during the 2010-2011 season, reports said today.
There has been an outcry over the donation of helicopter spares and frames by the South African National Defence Forces to the Zimbabwe Defence Forces with the largely Afrikaner interest group AfriForum taking SANDF to court to stop the delivery of the spares.
Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai said the referendum on the new constitution is likely to be held in March and this will be more of a formality.
The Movement for Democratic Change has lost its virginity, according to an article in the Guardian today.