Former President Robert Mugabe left the country yesterday for South Africa as debate about the new political party, the National Patriotic Front, which he is reportedly linked to, intensified.
Zimbabwe’s newest political party the National Patriotic Front which is led by former legislator Ambrose Mutinhiri, and is said to have links to former President Robert Mugabe, has notified the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission that it will be contrasting local, parliamentary and presidential elections this year.
Movement for Democratic Change leader Nelson Chamisa today thanked the government and Speaker of Parliament for the role they played after the death of MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai saying this had amply demonstrated that there is nothing that can stop Zimbabweans from working together as a team.
The central bank says tobacco farmers can withdraw $300 cash per day when tobacco sales begin later this month as shortages of dollar notes persist.
United States President Donald Trump is reported to have quietly lifted the ban on elephant trophies, a move that could benefit Zimbabwe which promotes professional hunting.