President Emmerson Mnangagwa has extended the amnesty on those who externalised funds to bring them back to 16 March and will publish the names of those who did not heed the call on 19 March.
Former United States ambassador to Zimbabwe Charles Ray has urged Washington to work with the winner of this year’s elections regardless of the political party.
As throngs poured into the streets of Harare in seeming euphoria following the November 2017 military takeover of power from Robert Mugabe, there was little, if any, consensus as to whether the unfolding events constituted a coup or not.
Will Zimbabwe’s parliamentary and presidential elections, which must be held by late July, be free and fair?
Nelson Chamisa was today appointed substantive leader of the Movement for Democratic Change-Tsvangirai and will be its presidential candidate in the coming elections.
Zimplats reported a 30 percent increase in net profit to $21 million for the six months to December, 2017 from $16.2 million in the comparable period last year buoyed by higher prices.