First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa who perplexed Speaker of Parliament Jacob Mudenda on Tuesday when she stood up when another member was contributing and he wondered how to address her now, yesterday caused another mishap when her security lady followed her into the House.
The Movement for Democratic Change has called for the demilitarization of Zimbabwe’s villages and communities to enable free, fair and credible elections this year.
The Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Health and Child Care has proposed that Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa introduces sin tax on sugary foodstuffs and drinks to raise funds for the health sector.
Zimbabwe’s surrogate bond note currency will remain in use until the economy recovers enough to sustain its own monetary unit, Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa has said.
Movement for Democratic Change sectary-general Douglas Mwonzora says the recent decision by President Emmerson Mnangagwa to give vehicles to the country’s 280 chiefs is an evil system based on patronage and is aimed at oiling the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front’s ruthless campaign machinery.