Local government Minister Saviour Kasukuwere says he suspended all the 25 Chitungwiza municipal councillors to keep the council running while disciplinary measures were being taken against errant councillors.
Home Affairs Minister Ignatius Chomo was on Wednesday taken to task when he was asked how he was going to deal with victims of the Gukurahundi massacres of the 1980s who wanted to register to vote for next year’s elections but had not papers and responded that Gukurahundi was not an issue.
The Rainbow Tourism Group (RTG) says it intends to expand its hosting capacity in Victoria Falls to cash in on the expected increase in tourist arrivals in the resort town.
Fidelity Life Assurance reported a 55 percent decline in after tax profit to $2.3 million in the full-year to December 31, weighed down by an increase in claims and subdued premium income.
The Financial Gazette, one of Zimbabwe’s leading financial papers, has confirmed the appointment of its former sales and marketing manager Pilate Machadu as the managing director of Modus Publications which owns the paper.
Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front national political commissar, Saviour Kasukuwere, whose political career was on the balance following a massive vote of no confidence in him will be demoted from commissar but will be given a junior post within the politburo to save the party.
Hwange Colliery’s creditors have voted to approve a Scheme of Arrangement that will stagger debt repayments, saving the company from going under judicial management, officials said today.
President Robert Mugabe today laughed off remarks that Zimbabwe is a failed state and instead said it was the most highly developed country in Africa, after South Africa.