ZANU PF youth in Mazowe West constituency have petitioned the ruling party’s election commission chairperson, Engelbert Rugeje, accusing Mashonaland East provincial chairman, Kazembe Kazembe of tampering with the cell registers in a bid to manipulate Sunday’s primary elections to his own advantage.
GOVERNMENT should first assure investors on how they would be able to repatriate their investment before running around preaching the mantra of the country being open for business, Alpha Media Holdings managing director, Kenias Mafukidze, has said.
BULAWAYO Metropolitan Affairs minister Angeline Masuku yesterday hailed the local business community for supporting the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) showcase, which she said promoted business in the city.
VICE-PRESIDENT Constantino Chiwenga yesterday warned that the government would not hesitate to withdraw contracts from firms that take long to implement national projects after winning tenders.
FORMER Masvingo Provincial Affairs minister Kudakwashe Bhasikiti has urged the remaining G40 members in Zanu PF to join MDC-T ahead of the harmonised elections, saying President Emmerson Mnangagwa is not capable of bringing real change in the country.
THE National People’s Party (NPP) led by Joice Mujuru (pictured) yesterday said there was need to court the main opposition MDC-T to prop up the opposition’s chances of wresting power from the ruling Zanu PF party.
MDC-T secretary for mobilisation Job Sikhala has pleaded with leader of the opposition party’s breakaway faction, Thokozani Khupe to disband her party if she wants to remain politically relevant.
FORMER War Veterans minister, Tshinga Dube, is the only ruling Zanu PF legislator who is exhibiting at the Zanu PF stand at the ongoing Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) that kicked off yesterday in Bulawayo, a survey showed.
ZIMBABWE is ready to bite the proverbial bullet as part of a new reform process to position the country positively in the international system, Foreign Affairs minister Sibusiso Moyo has said.
High Court judge Justice Amy Tsanga is tomorrow expected to preside over an urgent chamber application filed by members of the Zimbabwe Nurses’ Association (Zina), who are seeking nullification of their summary dismissal by Vice-President Constantino Chiwenga following an industrial action last week.