The Movement for Democratic Change has condemned the way the government handled the issue of striking nurses and says it must re-engage them.
The case against the granting of diplomatic immunity to former Zimbabwe First Lady Grace Mugabe has been set at the North Gauteng High Court for 10 and 11 May.
It is my pleasure to warmly welcome you all to these historic national celebrations, marking 38 years of our hard-won independence.
Zimbabwe has fired 16 000 nurses who went on strike on Monday but their association has given the government until 2pm tomorrow to reverse the sacking or face legal action.
Zimbabwe is working on a new investment law to open up the economy to foreign investors, President Emmerson Mnangagwa said today, part of his government’s drive to revive an economy that stagnated under Robert Mugabe last years in power.
The United States today congratulated Zimbabwe on its 38th independence anniversary and said as the country prepares for national elections, it hopes Zimbabwe can achieve a more open society, a stable democracy and a strong economy.
Anyone can now become president in Zimbabwe including one candidate who is promising jobs, cash, beer, cigarettes and women.