HIGHER Education minister Jonathan Moyo yesterday hit back at the Zimbabwe Defence Forces Commander, General Constantino Chiwenga, for threatening him over his stance on the command agriculture programme.
HUMAN rights group and opposition parties have reacted angrily to the heavy-handed nature with which authorities at the University of Zimbabwe (UZ) dealt with a demonstration by medical students on Monday following an upward revision of fees.
A NEW political movement calling itself Ideal Zimbabwe has criticised opposition parties for agreeing to participate in elections before measures are put in place to reform the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec), which is largely perceived as biased because of the composition of its secretariat.
WAR Veterans minister Tshinga Dube has disclosed that his ministry has started vetting and registering war collaborators and ex-detainees to enable them to start receiving monthly pensions and other related benefits in recognition of the role they played during the armed struggle.
ZANU PF has ordered all civil servants in Masvingo province to contribute at least $1 each, while government institutions, including schools, were commanded to make cash and kind donations towards President Robert Mugabe’s campaign rally on Friday.
EX-COMBATANTS leader Christopher Mutsvangwa yesterday said he felt vindicated when War Veterans minister Tshinga Dube openly told President Robert Mugabe that he should either groom or name a successor to restore political and economic stability in the country.
TWO Premier Service Medical Aid Society (PSMAS) members have approached the High Court seeking an order compelling the society to table proposals for the dissolution of the current board on the agenda of its annual general meeting (AGM) slated for today.
WAR Veterans minister Tshinga Dube has taken the bull by the horns and challenged President Robert Mugabe to urgently anoint or groom his successor to end the factional fights within Zanu PF and prevent possible chaos.