Movement for Democratic Change legislator Eddie Cross yesterday said there is no way Zimbabwe’s economy will recover unless it holds free, fair and credible elections.
Movement for Democratic Change secretary-general Douglas Mwonzora today said after meeting Justice Minister Ziyambi Ziyambi yesterday it is now evident that the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front is not interested in any meaningful electoral reforms.
Former Agriculture Minister Joseph Made appointed his relative to the board of the Grain Marketing Board and later ordered the parastatal to employ him, a parliamentary committee heard today.
Movement for Democratic Change leader Nelson Chamisa today told the visiting Southern African Development Community Electoral Advisory Council that President Emmerson Mnangagwa was not sincere about holding free, fair and credible elections because he had not yet implemented the necessary electoral reforms.
Wicknell Chivayo, the managing director of Intratek, a company that was awarded the tender to build a $200 million solar power project in Gwanda and was advanced more than $5 million is likely to drag four former cabinet ministers down with him.
Opposition leader and former Energy Minister Elton Mangoma has been dragged into the Wicknell Chivayo saga with board members of the Zimbabwe Power Company telling a Parliamentary committee that Mangoma and his successor Samuel Undenge piled pressure on the company to pay Chivayo without due diligence or a bank guarantee.