President Emmerson Mnangagwa is desperate to hold elections because he “is smelling a humiliating and crushing electoral defeat” and as such he is literally clutching at straws; desperately trying to unfairly tilt the electoral playing field in its favour, the country major opposition party said today.
Zimbabwe’s annual gold output increased to 24.8 tonnes in 2017 from 21.1 tonnes the previous year driven by a rise in deliveries from small scale miners, Fidelity Printers and Refineries (FPR) has said.
Vice President Constantino Chiwenga caused a stir in Parliament yesterday when he told Movement for Democratic Change vice-president Nelson Chamisa the country would have been better off if he had not gone to America and other places campaigning for sanctions.
Zimbabwe’s telecoms regulator says it plans to build up to 250 base stations in rural areas across the country this year using proceeds from the Universal Services Fund (USF).
Zimbabwe will have "free, fair, credible" elections by July, President Emmerson Mnangagwa said today but analysts believe Mnangagwa is "not a very democratic individual" and "people should have no illusions." "Next month I will be able to make a proclamation of elections, so I believe that elections will not be in July, they will be earlier than July," Mnangagwa said sat the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa says the country’s former ruler Robert Mugabe and his family are not immune from prosecution, dispelling reports that the former first family had been granted immunity.