The acute shortage of urban residential accommodation of all types throughout the country continues to deteriorate.
The Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation, which was given a grant of $9.85 million to cover some of its losses and to help run Television Two and Radio Four, seems to be having cashflow problems.
The larger the urban area in South Africa the greater seems to be the desire among whites for negotiated reforms.
Civil servants, some of whom will be facing the chop, are in for a big surprise as their various associations have revealed that there is a financial scandal involving hundreds of thousands of dollars in their umbrella organisation, the Public Service Association.
The recent complaint by senior secretary for finance, Elias Mushayakarara, the man who should know where our money is going, that there were too many passengers within the civil service who were paid for doing nothing should be taken seriously.
The good turnout at various points where the Worker’s Day celebrations were being held this year should be of great concern to leaders of the ruling ZANU-PF especially when one takes into consideration that people were not bussed to these venues.