African leaders have stuck behind President Robert Mugabe, despite his mistakes, because Africans are a proud people who share a sense of pan-Africanism, solidarity, sovereign independence and unity against external parties.
Defence Minister Sydney Sekeramayi yesterday refused to answer a question in Parliament about the clashes between the army and the police which occurred this week saying he would only do so after receiving reports from the two security organisations.
Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) net revenue collections grew 6.3 percent to $286.5 million for July against a target of $269.4 million.
The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has increased the Diaspora Remittance Incentive Scheme (DRIS) from 3 percent to 10 percent, in a bid to increase inflows.
Vice-Presidents Emmerson Mnangagwa and Phelekezela Mphoko yesterday refused to comment in Parliament about the remarks of the First Lady Grace Mugabe at the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front rally at Chinhoyi at the weekend.
Local cutters want the government to scrap the tender system in allocating diamonds, saying some companies are left with no gems if they lose during the bidding.