President Robert Mugabe today vowed to avenge Western economic sanctions imposed on his ruling party by threatening to seize foreign-owned businesses and mining interests.
The Movement for Democratic Change led by Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai today said the country should hold presidential elections only next year with parliamentary elections being held in 2013.
Former United States ambassador to Zimbabwe whose leaked cable “End is nigh” has sparked a lot of debate since it was released by Wikileaks on 28 November was totally convinced that change in Zimbabwe was imminent. He told this to a group of Bulawayo business and civic leaders in his farewell meeting with them. Here is a report we published in The Insider on June 21, 2007. We now have 185 other stories in our archives that were not published on the front page.
With two weeks to go before the deadline to document all Zimbabweans in South Africa, Pretoria has eased the procedures to make sure that every Zimbabwean files papers with the department of Home Affairs before the 31 December deadline including those who have applied but have not yet received their passports and those without any Zimbabwean identification papers.
South Africa’s Minister of Home Affairs Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma held a meeting with Zimbabweans on December 14 to clarify the issue of documentation of Zimbabweans ahead of the 31 December deadline.
The Movement for Democratic Change led by Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai today said it wants to hold presidential elections only next year with parliamentary elections being held in 2013.