Opposition leaders Morgan Tsvangirai and Joice Mujuru today fled a protest rally in their cars as riot police battled protesters calling for electoral reform ahead of the 2018 elections, international news agency Reuters reported today.
The Movement for Democratic Change led by Morgan Tsvangirai today warned the police not to continue provoking peace-loving and innocent Zimbabweans exercising their rights because this will soon backfire.
Zimbabwe’s largest short-term insurer, Nicoz Diamond on Wednesday said its net profit for the half year to June 30 dropped eight percent to $1.2 million compared to $1.3 million previously after contributions by associates weakened.
The High Court will decide this morning whether opposition parties can proceed or not with a planned demonstration calling for electoral reform in which they said they would present a petition to the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission to come up with a clear electoral road-map to the 2018 elections.
Turnall Holdings recorded a net loss of $1.8 million in the six months to June 30, from a comparative profit of $400 000 last year but management expects to return a profit by end of the year.
Zimbabwe’s opposition parties under the umbrella organisation called The National Electoral Reform Agenda have called on the people to come out in their numbers tomorrow to press for comprehensive electoral reforms ahead of the 2018 general elections.