Mujuru maybe popular, yes, but what is stopping her from establishing herself by launching her political project?
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Little-known Zimbabwe People Front party president Owen Kuchata has been slapped with an 11-year jail term after pleading guilty to charges of attempting to bomb Gushungo Dairy processing plant two weeks ago.
South Africa’s top court is to rule on whether President Jacob Zuma should pay back about $23m (£15m) of state funds used to renovate his rural home.
Zimbabwe is in arrears on most of its external official debt. Lack of balance of payments and budget support has hampered economic growth prospects.
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe seems to be enjoying the Zanu PF fights currently underway as they will strengthen his position with factions hammering each other
We cannot be seen celebrating the abuse of the Constitution by the police and intelligence officers simply because some feel Tomana deserves to be arrested.
The declaration of a state of disaster by President Robert Mugabe in the face of a devastating drought is welcome although it came too late.
OPPOSITION MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai has started engaging his former lieutenants People’s Democratic Party (PDP) leader Tendai Biti and Renewal Democrats of Zimbabwe front-man Elton Mangoma, as plans for the proposed grand coalition gather momentum.
FOR many people born after Zimbabwe attained independence in 1980, the brutal war of liberation is just a folktale, or a story off the pages of a history book.
PROPERTY businessman Frank Buyanga has been taken to the High Court by a prospective home owner, Daisy Shamhu, who is demanding damages in the sum of $330 555 following a botched property sale deal.