The Joint Monitoring and Implementation Committee which comprises equal representatives of the two factions of the Movement for Democratic Change and the Zimbabwe African National Union- Patriotic Front is the one that insisted that all outstanding issues within the Global Political Agreement should be implemented before any elections, South Africa’s Minister for International Relations and Cooperation Maite Nkoana-Mashabane said today.
The Institute for a Democratic Alternative for Zimbabwe today called for a tougher stance on Zimbabwe by regional leaders to prevent a repeat of bloody, disputed elections of 2008.
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A British newspaper says an organisation calling itself The Bra Bank is organising old bras and unwanted lingerie for women in remote villages in Zimbabwe.
Civil servants today said that it is still not clear whether they will have salary increases in June as President Robert Mugabe promised two months ago as no deal has been tabled on the proposed hikes.
Swedish thriller writer Henning Mankell says white farmers must shoulder the blame for the plight of Zimbabwe so Robert Mugabe should not be painted as the sole villain of the piece.