Zimbabwe’s main opposition party, the Movement for Democratic Change is heading for a split unless the warring factions back down from their positions and reach a compromise.
The Bulawayo City Council is in a dilemma about what to do, after nine residents notified it that their properties, which had approved plans, were destroyed during Operation Murambatsvina in June and July.
The government has finally taken the first step in trying to rectify Bulawayo’s decades-old water problem.
Factions within the Movement for Democratic Change that are squabbling over whether to participate or boycott the forthcoming senate elections, threatening to split the party, should quickly patch up their differences because neither can survive without the other, political analysts say.
Some junior doctors who were deployed to Mpilo Hospital in August and were supposed to be accommodated at the hospital have complained that they are now stranded after being kicked out of Elangeni Training Centre where they were being temporarily accommodated.