Independent Member of Parliament Temba Mliswa caused a storm in Parliament yesterday when he accused women Members of Parliament, especially those elected under the proportional representation quota, of doing nothing.
Zimbabwe’s mining chamber has asked the government to allow majority ownership by foreign investors in diamond and platinum mines, a move it says will unlock more investment for the capital intensive sector.
Zimbabwe’s former President Robert Mugabe has steadfastly refused to appear before a Parliamentary committee trying to interrogate him over his claim that $15 billion of diamond revenue went missing, and there is little that Parliament can do about it beyond the shouting.
Zimbabwe’s political parties have 15 days to come up with final candidates to contest this year’s elections as the Nomination Court will sit on 14 June to register the candidates.
Zimbabwe is to hold its harmonised elections on 30 July, a Monday, President Emmerson Mnangagwa proclaimed today through a government gazette.
Zimbabwe’s wildlife agency today said it was investigating allegations that a South African national bribed officials to allow a Colorado-based tourist to take the ivory tusks of an elephant illegally shot in a Zimbabwe game park.
First Mutual Properties (FMP) revenue for the four months to April 2018 rose seven percent to $2.6 million compared to $2.4 million in same period last year as a result of improved occupancies.