Zimbabwe will hold fresh elections at the end of July this year, a sign that, following decades of rule under autocratic leader Robert Mugabe, the southern African nation is on the path towards democracy.
The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange All Share Index lost 3.6 percent in February to close at 88.03 points as stock prices continue to self correct.
Sanctions are the only weapon that the United States has to force the new administration of President Emmerson Mnangagwa to implement democratic reforms and respect human rights and freedoms, a director of the International Republican Institute, Elizabeth Lewis, told the United States congress.
Movement for Democratic Change-Tsvangirai vice-president Thokozani Khupe yesterday insisted that she does not recognise Nelson Chamisa as party president because the organ that elected him does not have the power to do so.
ZISCOsteel is waiting for the proposed Chinese investor, Tian Li to show up and lead the revival of the former giant steelmaker, according to chief executive Alois Gowo.
Movement for Democratic Change-Tsvangirai secretary-general Douglas Mwonzora has asked what the new leader of the National Patriotic Front Ambrose Mutinhiri is up to.
Zimbabwe has been mired in deep problems that have manifested themselves economically and politically, for so long that most people are desperate for a way out.
Former Marondera West Member of Parliament Ambrose Mutinhiri has been confirmed as the leader of the National Patriotic Front and its presidential candidate in the coming elections.