Senate was today adjourned until February 8 next year after Movement for Democratic Change- Tsvangirai members stopped the business of the house because of what they termed “intruders”.
Finance Minister Tendai Biti should keep his word and scrap the vote of credit in his 2011 budget because donors are not interested in Zimbabwe’s recovery.
Former British Foreign Office Minister Lord Renton of Mount Harry’s today said Zimbabwe’s economy has improved significantly and the best way to keep this momentum is to give President Robert Mugabe a retirement home in the UK.
Deputy Industry and Commerce Minister Mike Bimha today said India’s Essar Group is to take majority control of ZISCO in a deal that is said to be worth up to $500 million.
Botswana President Ian Khama today said that he wants sanctions against Zimbabwe to be lifted to deny ZANU-PF the “lame excuse” it uses to undermine the unity government formed with Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai’s MDC. “Contrary to the recent misleading media reports that we have changed our position on the imposition of sanctions on Zimbabwe, the position of Botswana has been consistent with the earlier decisions of SADC mentioned above, which we are party to,” Khama said.