Suspended Movement for Democratic Change national spokesman Obert Gutu says the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front will be lucky to win 15 percent of the vote if the elections are free and fair.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday said those who had externalised funds had brought back $300 million by yesterday’s deadline.
Movement for Democratic Change leader Nelson Chamisa is to address rallies in Kwekwe and Gweru today and tomorrow.
Movement for Democratic Change vice-president Thokozani Khupe who insists she is the legitimate leader of the party has been booted out of the party’s Bulawayo offices after High Court Judge Maxwell Takuva ruled in favour of Bulawayo provincial chairman Gift Banda.
Zimbabwe expects to make up for all its debt arrears to major international lenders by September and could return to international capital markets thereafter, its central bank deputy governor said today.
Zimbabwe’s largest financial house, CBZ Holdings reported a 16.8 percent increase in after tax profit to $27.8 million for the full year to December 2017 from $23.8 million in the previous year driven by a surge in non-interest income.