Movement for Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s spokesman Luke Tamborinyoka has blasted the local daily, Newsday, for portraying the opposition leader as a dictator but added that the MDC-T leader was too big a brand to be destroyed by a newspaper.
Zimbabwe has recorded the second largest improvement in governance in Africa since 2011 but it is still anchored at the bottom of the 12 southern African countries, according to the latest Mo Ibrahim African Governance Index released yesterday.
Local Government Minister Saviour Kasukuwere says serving on the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front Central Committee is not being an office bearer because there is no office which is called the central committee.
Gokwe Member of Parliament Dorothy Mangami has welcomed plans to amend the Companies Act announced by President Robert Mugabe in his speech to officially open the current session of Parliament saying maybe this could enable informal businesses to turn into companies.
Zimbabwe’s banks say government needs to resolve issues around land tenure to unlock funding for the agriculture sector while a successful reengagement process with the international community will be crucial for the long-term sustainability of the industry.
The deputy national organising secretary for the Movement for Democratic Change- Tsvangirai, Thamsanqa Mahlangu, has died.