Movement for Democratic Change leader Nelson Chamisa has dismissed reports that he has called a demonstration for tomorrow saying this is a hoax meant to discredit him.
Transport Minister Joram Gumbo will brief Parliament today on the state of the dualisation of the Beitbridge-Harare-Chirundu road which was commissioned by then President Robert Mugabe in May last year but has not taken off yet.
The case in which a South African human rights group, Afriforum, is challenging the granting of diplomatic immunity to former First Lady Grace Mugabe after she allegedly assaulted a South African model will be heard at the Guateng High Court in Pretoria today and tomorrow.
Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa was today grilled about the cash shortages that continue to dog the new administration five months after it assumed office.
Zimbabwe’s largest brewer Delta Corporation today reported a 27 percent jump in full-year profit to $89 million after strong sales of beer and soft drinks in the second half of its financial year.
On European tour, presidential contender Chamisa calls for mass mobilization to ensure credible elections In a barnstorming speech to the Chatham House think tank in London, Nelson Chamisa, presidential candidate for the opposition Movement of Democratic Change Alliance, said his supporters would organise massive street demonstrations if their conditions for free and fair elections were not met.
A Zimbabwe government appointed independent commission of inquiry to investigate losses incurred by pensioners and policyholders during the conversion from the Zimbabwe dollar to the multi-currency system nine years ago wants tighter legislation on insurance companies and pension funds to protect savings in the event of another currency collapse.
Six months ago, the road to Robert Gabriel Mugabe international airport outside Harare was guarded by soldiers enforcing the army takeover that ended the strongman’s four decades of dominance over Zimbabwe.