PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has pledged to pay off MDC-T leader, Morgan Tsvangirai’s $81 247 debt incurred in car hire services when the latter was still Prime Minister in the Government of National of Unity.
HIGHER Education minister, Jonathan Moyo yesterday requested for time to file his opposing papers to a High Court application filed by a Harare vendor seeking an order compelling the police to arrest him.
THE Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) ban on demonstrations in Harare has expired and opposition political parties are now regrouping to launch fresh protests against President Robert Mugabe, accusing his government of fuelling corruption and causing untold suffering on people.
ZANU PF yesterday unveiled 5 000 residential stands for youths in Norton ahead of Saturday’s by-election, where party secretary for youths, Kudzai Chipanga threatened to immediately repossess them if they ditch the ruling party.
FORMER Finance minister Tendai Biti’s opposition People’s Democratic Party (PDP) will soon convene an elective policy conference to fill posts left vacant following a spate of defections by senior leaders.
THE Midlands war veterans’ offices remain closed nearly two months after two rival factions of the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans’ Association (ZNLWVA) fought over control of the association.
POLITICAL parties and pressure groups in Matabeleland region have described the late former Zanu PF politburo member and Midlands governor, Cephas Msipa, as the face of the 1987 Unity Accord signed by PF-Zapu and Zanu PF to end the Gukurahundi atrocities.
LOCAL seed company, Seed Co Zimbabwe (Pvt) Ltd has taken Zanu PF Midlands Senator Flora Buka to court for breach of contract after she allegedly failed to deliver maize seed worth over $37 000.
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe yesterday reportedly told the family of the late national hero, Cephas Msipa, to reverse his deathbed wish to be laid to rest next to his wife, Charlotte, at the Midlands Provincial Heroes Acre and instead agree that he be interred at the National Heroes Acre in Harare on Saturday.
Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) leader, Joice Mujuru, yesterday said a grand coalition to challenge President Robert Mugabe in the 2018 elections was inevitable, adding various opposition parties were now tying loose ends before signing the proposed coalition pact