Paprika production is expected to remain stagnant because of the ongoing agrarian reform and the shortage of inputs such as fertiliser.
Just over half of the people interviewed in a survey by the Mass Public Opinion Institute (MPOI) have said they want President Robert Mugabe to retire now and pave way for fresh elections.
Zimbabwe is in its present state not because authorities have no solutions to the country’s problems but simply because they don’t have the will to solve the problems.
The Ruvhuvhuto Sisters may sing, dance, tour South Africa and Europe, but that is not likely to bring tourists to Zimbabwe.
While some people are accusing the government of over-reacting by closing down the Daily News following the Supreme Court ruling that it was operating illegally, others argue that the publishers of the paper were largely to blame because they had been advised to register first and then challenge the Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
Overview The government of Zimbabwe has often asserted that the economic, social and political problems currently plaguing the country are rooted in land redistribution.