Movement for Democratic Change leader Nelson Chamisa today told President Emmerson Mnangagwa to address the issue of striking doctors saying the country cannot be open for business when it is not open for health.
The number of political parties that have registered with the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission for this year’s elections has risen to 112.
Transport Minister Joram Gumbo was taken to task yesterday when Bulawayo South legislator Eddie Cross asked him on what basis an Austrian company Geiger International was awarded the tender for the dualisation of the country’s busiest road because it appeared to be a very small company.
Movement for Democratic Change leader Nelson Chamisa has challenged President Emmerson Mnangagwa to a television debate on issues but said Mnangagwa must not come alone as he is incapable of matching him.
The Movement for Democratic Change says half of its candidates in the 2018 elections will be women and 20 percent youths.
Zimbabwe is negotiating with doctors to return to work while it attends to their demands two weeks after they went on strike to demand better pay and working conditions.
Zimbabwe today launched a national ICT policy and its $25 million innovation fund which it says will help it create its own technology hub to support and promote budding innovators in the country.
It might not be obvious because most people are fixated with the cash crisis which President Emmerson Mnangagwa has so far failed to solve but Zimbabwe is truly on the way to economic recovery, according to Bulawayo legislator Eddie Cross.