Movement for Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai today told his supporters that this is the last congress for the party as an opposition party.
A group of 20 Indian diamond industry players are expected in the country next week to help set up a diamond auction centre as Zimbabwe steps up bid to sale gems locally.
The long-awaited congress of the Morgan Tsvangirai faction of the Movement for Democratic Change kicks off today but it has been reduced to almost a non-event. The media, especially the private media that has backed the MDC before, has been totally engrossed with the internal “squabbles” in the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front which holds its congress in December.
The European Union has lifted its 12-year suspension of direct financial aid to the government of Zimbabwe, imposed after allegations of rights abuses by President Robert Mugabe’s administration, an EU official announced today.
President Robert Mugabe literary lynched his deputy Vice-President Joice Mujuru when he told party supporters demanding her sacking today: “Party ine marongero ayo. Inga kana michato inodambuka wani.
National average hotel occupancy dropped by two percentage points to 40 percent in the third quarter, an industry official said today, as effects of reduced international travel due to Ebola fears begin to be felt.