Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai today said local ownership rules for foreign mining companies are too stringent.
It was not only the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front that was facing a crisis at the end of 2004 because of the so-called Dinyane debacle in which some party members including former Information Minister Jonathan Moyo were allegedly involved in plotting a “smart coup”, but the main opposition Movement for democratic Change was in a dilemma too.
The Daily News received a short-lived reprieve on 21 January 2004 when High Court Judge Tendai Uchena ordered police to vacate its premises to allow the paper to resume publishing.
Herald editor for only seven months Ray Mungoshi poured his heart out to United States embassy officials in an hour-long meeting on 27 March 2001 about the daily harassment he was getting from Information Minister Jonathan Moyo.
The Ministry of Education had ordered that all teachers and staff evicted from Zimbabwe’s Anglican mission schools by pro-Mugabe renegade bishop Norbert Kunonga, who is loyal to President Robert Mugabe, must be immediately reinstated, reports said today.
We have now uploaded 21 cables on exiled Zimbabwean businessman Strive Masiyiwa as part of our weekend special.