President Emmerson Mnangagwa who seems confident of winning next month’s elections has called on contestants to accept defeat in a dignified manner.
Zimbabwe’s telecoms regulator has slashed the cost of mobile data and that of mobile transactions by 60 percent from next month, to make access to the internet more affordable but this is likely to hit incomes of mobile operators.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa is 100 percent sure of victory in next month’s election otherwise he would have not have the elections, Stanley Goreraza, the former husband of Zimbabwe’s former First Lady Grace Mugabe, said.
South African cement producer PPC’s Zimbabwe unit reported a 34 percent jump in annual revenue to R1.813 billion ($132 million) boosted by volumes growth of 46 percent, the company has reported.
Movement for Democratic Change Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa’s election agent Jameson Timba has hinted that the coming elections, now less than 40 days away, should be postponed because of the irregularities in the electoral process.
Zimbabwe consumers have forced the Coca-Cola Company and Schweppes Zimbabwe to resume production of the original Mazoe recipes for all flavours but the company said it will still provide the new recipe which caused the storm.
The Nelson Chamisa faction of the Movement for Democratic Change-Tsvangirai has admitted fielding candidates in areas reserved for its Alliance partners but argued that it defies logic to field a weaker candidate just for the sake of the coalition deal.
Movement for Democratic Change Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa has been derided for saying that hitmen are after him.