Diamond mining firm DTZ-OZGEO says it was forced to sign over its claims when government consolidated diamond mining in the Chiadzwa fields two years ago but says it is willing to come back and invest in the country.
At a time when Africa has seen a few long-standing leaders exit, the issue of change in power is occupying minds of citizens as well as those in leadership positions.
Legal think-tank Veritas Zimbabwe has set out the roadmap for Zimbabwe’s 2018 elections if they are held according to the law.
A consultative meeting of the Movement for Democratic Change that was led by Morgan Tsvangirai yesterday decided to field Nelson Chamisa as its presidential candidate for the forthcoming elections but said this should be endorsed by the party national council.
Mashonaland Holdings said its revenue for the four months to January came in three percent lower on the comparable period last year at $1.58 million due to lower rentals and increased voids as nearly a third of its properties remain unoccupied.
G40 kingpin Jonathan Moyo has blasted acting Movement for Democratic Change president Nelson Chamisa as a hopeless charlatan.