One Bulawayo resident describing murambatsvina, six years ago, put it this way: “Zvakaitwa nehurumende zvakafanana nababa wanoona mwana wavo akapfeka hembe dzakabvaruka, vobva vadzibvarura bvarura, vachiti nyarara mwanangu ndichakutengera sutu, asi vachisiya mwana akashama.” (2 VIEWS)
President Robert Mugabe tried and failed to force the regional leaders to discuss the Zimbabwean crisis and review the findings of the Troika in Livingstone, in March, a South African paper reported today.
The Sovereign Wealth Fund- which is yet to be created- has emerged as the favourite to take over majority stakes in foreign-owned mining companies should the government go ahead with its planned indigenisation programme.
Indigenisation Minister Saviour Kasukuwere today said foreign mining firms resisting the country’s empowerment laws should shut-up shop and leave.
Despite reports about his ailing health- which he has dismissed- President Robert might not be in a position to retire even if he wanted to because there is too much at stake, according to a blogger for a United States magazine, Foreign Policy.