Acting Movement for Democratic Change leader Nelson Chamisa is to address the media today on the violence that erupted at the burial of former party leader Morgan Tsvangirai in Buhera on Tuesday.
Home Affairs and Culture Minister Obert Mpofu today refused to give evidence before a Parliamentary Committee on diamond dealings during his tenure superintending the mines ministry citing personal differences with chairperson Temba Mliswa.
Businessman Lovemore Kurotwi says that the former Minister of Mines Obert Mpofu demanded a $10 million bribe to give his company a licence to mine in Chiadzwa in 2009. Kurotwi also told the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Mines and Energy that he believed former President Robert Mugabe was ‘very corrupt’ after he (Kurotwi) was arrested soon after a meeting with him.
Home Affairs Minister Obert Mpofu today refused to testify on the $15 billion missing diamonds issue when he appeared before the Parliamentary committee on Mines saying he would never do so as long as Temba Mliswa was presiding.
ZB Financial Holdings has reported a 36 percent rise in net income to $15.51 million for the full year to December, 2017 from $11.43 million in the previous year on increased income.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa who yesterday commissioned wagons, locomotives and coaches to get the National Railways of Zimbabwe back on its rails says the economic train is now out of the station.