Three white farmers who have been battling to get the Zimbabwean government to compensate them for their farms which it confiscated recently won their battle to sell Zimbabwe government property in South Africa.
Police had to step in today to disperse over a 100 ZANU-PF supporters who had besieged Finance Minister Tendai Biti’s offices demanding that he signs the party’s anti-sanctions petition.
World Diamond Council boss Eli Izhakoff says members of the Kimberley Process do not have to like Zimbabwe to allow it to sell its rough diamonds legally.
The Constitution Select Committee which is tasked with drafting the country’s new constitution ahead of a referendum which will lead to elections has stopped work again, reports said today.
Britain’s bossy attitude towards Zimbabwe had only solidified President Robert Mugabe’s status as a colonial liberation leader and rallied South Africa’s unwavering support, one of the cables released by Wikileaks says.