Justice Minister Emmerson Mnangagwa, who is also leader of the House, told Warren Park legislator Elias Mudzuri that people were not expected to go around naked asking for help just because they were poor.
The government had secured a financier for the dualisation of the Beitbridge-Harare Road, the busiest road in the country, but the project was stalled after a local consortium Zim Highway Consortium took the State Procurement Board and the Ministry of Transport to court, the Deputy Minister of Transport Petronella Kagonye told the Senate this week.
New York State politician Charles Barron says Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe is his hero and he would like to invite him to the United States because he is a shining example of an African leader on the African continent.
Over 90 percent of borrowings from micro-finance institutions (MFIs) are for consumptive spending, leaving the majority of Zimbabweans highly indebted, a scholar said today.
South Africa’s Supreme Court of Appeal today dismissed, with costs, the latest attempt by the presidency to appeal a high court order that it should hand the Khampepe Report to the Mail & Guardian.
Provincial elections for the Movement for Democratic Change begin in Harare tomorrow as the party prepares for its congress next month, the party said in a statement following a meeting of its national council today.