The lateformer President Robert Mugabe promised former cabinet Minister Saviour Kaukuwere that he would become the President of the country after Politiburo member Sydney Sekeramayi has served one term of office.
State owned newspaper Sunday reported that Mugabe made the promise to Kasukuwere during a State visit they made in one unnamed South American country.
Cassava Smartech Zimbabwe Limited has approached the High Court seeking to nullify the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe’s directive to shut down its EcoCash cash-in and cash-out facilities, saying the move was unlawful.
The company argues that the directive by RBZ is ultra vires Section 10 of the National Payments Systems Act (Chapter 24:23) under which it was made.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said the recent upsurge in the exchange rate between the Zimbabwean dollar and United States dollar was due to acts of economic sabotage that will not be tolerated.
Mnangagwa's government, through the Reserve bank of Zimbabwe, last week froze accounts of companies belonging to Sakunda Holdings boss Kuda Tagwireyi over allegations that he was behind the sky rocketing of the exchang
Zimbabwe’s prisons are now regarded as some of the best in terms of inmates welfare and human rights, the International Confederation of Red Cross (ICRC) has revealed.
Speaking to journalists in Gweru last week, ICRC representative Mr Hilton Zvidzayi said Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Service had implemented reforms prescribed by Red Cross in prisons during a training programme to improve the welfare of inm
Government will not tolerate acts of economic sabotage as it continues with initiatives to grow the economy as enunciated in Vision 2030 and the Transitional Stabilisation Programme (TSP), President Mnangagwa has said.
Further, he said, the fight against corruption will be deepened until the vice was gotten rid of. President Mnangagwa said this while delivering his second State of the Nation Address (SONA) since winn
Zimbabwe Teachers’ Association (Zimta) chief executive Mr Sibusiso Ndlovu on Tuesday said Government should scale up provision of equipment needed for science subjects to ensure good pass rates.
Most schools require better facilities and more resources to improve their pass rates in science and technology subjects, which are critical for accelerating economic growth.
Stakeholders in the education sector
MDC leader Nelson Chamisa is looking to take advantage of the collapsed economy, to mobilise for action across professional, political and religious lines against President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government.
Chamisa, who had promised to give his supporters and the nation a signal to engage in demonstrations against Mnangagwa’s government, yesterday declared 2020 the year of demonstrations and action, saying the biting economy, debilitating shorta
Angola’s billionaire former first daughter Isabel dos Santos has been charged with money laundering and mismanagement during her stewardship of state-owned oil firm Sonangol, as Luanda moves to try and bring her home to face trial for looting the country’s coffers.
Documents leaked this week alleged the daughter of ex-president Jose Eduardo dos Santos plundered state revenues to build her fortune, estimat
PROSECUTOR-GENERAL (PG) Kumbirai Hodzi’s office has approached the High Court with a bail variation application seeking to compel Vice-President Constantino Chiwenga’s estranged wife, Marry to provide an alternative address after the retired general refused her access to the couple’s matrimonial home being number 614 Nick Price Drive, Borrowdale Brooke.
In the same application, the State is also seeking an order to compel Marry to s