The question of what will happen if President Robert Mugabe goes has been on the cards for almost two decades.
The Movement for Democratic Change has accused Local Government Minister Saviour Kasukuwere of maliciously suspending Chitungwiza town councilors to divert attention from the political crisis he is personally facing.
The hundredth day of an American president’s term traditionally marks the end of the honeymoon period – a time to take stock of early achievements, launch new legislation, and set a new direction.
Hwange Colliery says it is banking on the approval of its scheme of arrangement with its creditors to turnaround the struggling company.
Zimbabwe’s Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa says the World Bank and African Development Bank (AfDB) have approved the country’s debt refinancing plan, clearing a major hurdle as it bids to pay off $1.7 billion arrears owed to the two lenders.
Construction of the dualised Harare-Beitbridge-Chirundu highway is expected to start next month, with the project expected to be complete in three years.