The Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA) says regulations to guide the introduction of mandatory fuel marking to curb illegal fuel sales and increase fuel tax revenue, is now complete and awaits review.
The way the government is dealing with Gukurahundi, the 1980s massacres which left about 20 000 people in Matebeleland and the Midlands dead, is like someone who puts elastoplast on a wound without applying betadine, Movement for Democratic Change vice-president Thokozani Khupe said.
The Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front factions in Bulawayo reportedly clashed at the party’s Davies Hall in Bulawayo yesterday with one faction accusing the provincial leadership of backing under fire national political commissar Saviour Kasukuwere.
Zimbabwe is an extremely divided nation, so divided that one woman, a very young woman, said that the war “between amaShona lamaNdebele can only be described in this manner yikulwa kukaSatan loJehovah – it can never finish”.
News came out on Wednesday that Zimbabwe signed a deal with Australia’s Kelltech Ltd for the construction of a platinum refinery at a cost of $200 million.