Air Zimbabwe has been added to a list of airlines barred from entering Europe after failing to address safety deficiencies picked up during European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) operator audits, the European Commission announced yesterday.
Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front national commissar Saviour Kasukuwere, whose fate was to be discussed tomorrow, has been spared as the politburo meeting scheduled for tomorrow has been postponed.
Zimbabwe expects total grain production for the 2016/17 season to be over 2.5 million metric tonnes, more than enough to meet the country’s annual demand.
Afrobarometer, a think tank whose recent survey showed that 64 percent of the Zimbabweans who participated in its survey trusted President Robert Mugabe and that 38 percent would vote for the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front against 16 percent who would vote for the Movement for Democratic Change-Tsvangirai if elections were held tomorrow, has been forced to explain its findings.
The Movement for Democratic Change led by Morgan Tsvangirai says it is targeting prostitutes for next year’s elections because they are “the public, glaring face of (President Robert Mugabe’s) government’s failure”.
Perennial loss-maker ZECO Holdings said its revenue for the full year to December fell 35 percent to $369 000 as the performance of the group’s subsidiaries continues to deteriorate.