Zimbabwe’s largest platinum producer, Zimplats, has agreed to release 23 903 hectares of its unused ground, about half of its mineral resource, to government after a six-year wrangle over the land in a deal the miner says secures its future.
The Movement for Democratic Change Alliance is to launch its policy document under the theme “Behold the New.
A team of young Zimbabwean innovators is launching a new social venture that will improve the health and livelihoods of farmers in Domboshava village, one of the country’s most food-insecure communities.
The Movement for Democratic Change has set 14 demands which it says need to be addressed for the elections set for 30 July to go ahead.
One of Zimbabwe’s leading publishers, Trevor Ncube, says he is more concerned about what Movement for Democratic Change-Tsvangirai supporters might do to him and his family more than what the Zimbabwe African Union-Patriotic Front might do to him.
Presidential spokesman George Charamba has acknowledged that Movement for Democratic Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa wrote President Emmerson Mnangagwa but he was asking to be included in a government of national unity.
Jonathan Moyo, one of the staunchest critics of President Emmerson Mnangagwa, today said he wanted former Defence Minister Sydney Sekeramayi to be president and not Grace Mugabe as widely believed.