16 Ntabazinduna villagers jailed for defaulting community service
Car thief caged 10 years
Ndiweni threatens legal action against Local Govt ministry
Police attend Zanu PF ideology school
Dethroned Chief Ndiweni wades into headmanship wrangle
Ntabazinduna pastors pray for peace
AMH pledges to create more dialogue platforms
“We are determined to make the ‘Zimbabwe is open for business’ campaign a reality through important gatherings like these, and through constructive criticism, thus pointing out weaknesses in our policy direction through our frank and unbiased coverage of the performance of the national economy,” Mdzungairi said.
Chiwenga heads for AMH conference
It will discuss issues such as improvement of public utilities and investment options, financial literacy, participation of individuals, local and global investment markets, parastatal reforms and corporate governance issues in the public sector, among others.
Ndiweni: I’m going nowhere
Ndiweni, who is in exile, was dethroned in 2019 by President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government after his brother Douglas declared himself the heir to the throne and launched several court challenges.