The Movement for Democratic Change-Tsvangirai today said it is sending a two-member team to Bulawayo comprising arbiter-general Wilbert Musamirapamwe and head of security and intelligence Giles Mutsekwa to normalise the situation in the city.
Newly appointed Movement for Democratic Change leader Nelson Chamisa has threatened to boycott the coming elections if the government does not implement the electoral reforms demanded by the opposition.
Marondera West Member of Parliament Ambrose Mutinhiri resigned from the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front and Parliament on Friday saying he could not be part of a government that came to power through a coup.
Ben Freeth, whose father in-law Mike Campbell fought the Zimbabwean government of President Robert Mugabe to retain his land and won a landmark case in the Southern African Development Community Tribunal but lost it, told the United States congress last week that President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s command agriculture programme was a disaster.
The price of diesel in Zimbabwe will be reduced from $1.30 a litre to a maximum of $1.22 from tomorrow.
When Robert Mugabe was recently forced out of office after 37 years of increasingly brutal rule in Zimbabwe, he had been in the job so long that few recall how he got there.
Information Minister Simon Khaya Moyo has promised to issue a comprehensive statement on how the new administration of President Emmerson Mnangagwa has performed in its first 100 days in power.
A post-Mugabe Zimbabwe will not thrive if the government only focuses on the economy while ignoring the need for political reforms, a United States-based Zimbabwean academic told the United States congress this week.