Opaque governance and the secrecy of Zimbabwe’s main political parties have always made it tough to work out what is happening in the country.
Former Higher Education Minister Jonathan Moyo now says the British and Chinese governments underwrote the 15 November 2017 “coup” and were the first foreigners to congratulate Emmerson Mnangagwa at his inauguration as Zimbabwe’s second executive president.
Harare magistrate Josephine Sande today said former Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front national commissar Saviour Kasukuwere who was one of the kingpins of the G40 faction had a case to answer for skipping the country soon after the military intervention in November last year.
Movement for Democratic Change Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa today appointed his election agent and a new presidential spokesman.
In the nearly seven months that Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa has been in charge, he has battled to turn around a battered economy and match the high expectations of ordinary citizens at home.
Netherlands flag carrier, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (KLM), plans to increase the frequency of its cargo flights between Harare – Amsterdam to four by end of month, according to the country’s envoy.
The Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Mines and Energy headed by Norton legislator Temba Mliswa today backed down on calling former President Robert Mugabe to testify in the “$15 billion missing diamonds” hearing.