Forget about rampant inflation, high unemployment, or the fact that more than one million people need food aid.
With presidential elections less than 15 months away, the ZANU-PF annual conference scheduled for next month at Goromonzi High School in Mashonaland East should focus on who will succeed Mugabe.
The building boom that Bulawayo experienced in the first four months of the year seems to be slowing down as inflation continues to take its toll.
A former deputy mayor of Bulawayo Clr Angilacala Ndlovu has blasted the government for ignoring the city’s water problem and said its priorities were warped.
Business is to ask the government to remove subsidies and lift price controls that are distorting the market because they are not benefiting the intended people but a privileged few, a leading businessman has said.