Former President Robert Mugabe has been summoned to appear before the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Mines on 9 May to explain his statement that the country has lost $15 billion worth of diamonds.
Claims by former President Robert Mugabe that Zimbabwe could have lost $15 billion in diamond revenue may have been made by officials seeking to justify the closure of diamond mines in the Chiadzwa fields and the consolidation of operations under the state-owned Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company, Defence secretary, Martin Rushwaya told Parliament today.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has been listed as one of the 100 most influential people in the world by United States magazine Time.
The state’s bad loan special purpose vehicle, Zimbabwe Asset Management Corporation Limited (ZAMCO) has emerged with nearly 60 percent shareholding in StarAfricaCorporation after secondary scheme creditors opted to convert a combined debt amounting to $46.85 million into ordinary shares.
The Movement for Democratic Change has condemned the way the government handled the issue of striking nurses and says it must re-engage them.
The case against the granting of diplomatic immunity to former Zimbabwe First Lady Grace Mugabe has been set at the North Gauteng High Court for 10 and 11 May.