The Zimbabwe government still owes Dutch-based firm VEON (formerly Vimpelcom) $18 million for the purchase of its 60 percent stake in Telecel Zimbabwe because it is unable to raise foreign currency, a cabinet minister has said.
Acting Movement for Democratic Change leader Nelson Chamisa, whose appointment on Wednesday has sparked a lot of controversy and infighting within the party, today said he has pressed the reset button as the party prepares for the coming elections.
Transport Minister Joram Gumbo has announced a raft of measures aimed at curbing corruption at Vehicle Inspection Department which issues drivers’ licences and vehicle fitness certificates.
The European Union says Zimbabweans have an opportunity to close a difficult chapter in their history and start anew and peaceful electoral campaign and credible elections can set the country on track towards positive change.
Acting Movement for Democratic Change leader Nelson Chamisa yesterday said no Zimbabwean should lose life in 2018 either due to intra-party elections or elections in general.