Aug 5th, 2013
Zanu-PF’s parliamentary majority raises concerns about fewer checks and balances, and what an all-powerful Mugabe means. Robert Mugabe is planning the ‘indigenisation’ of businesses in Zimbabwe, compelling foreign firms to hand over at least 51% of shares to local ownership. Photogr...
In Southern Africa
Mar 19th, 2013
By AFP/Reuters ALMOST 95 percent of Zimbabweans voted in favour of a new constitution that paves the way for new elections, and cuts short Robert Mugabe’s perpetuated rule, results showed Tuesday. Tallies released by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) reported 3,079,966 voters were in favour of ...
Oct 10th, 2012
Zimbabwe’s energy minister was arrested on Wednesday on suspicion of insulting President Robert Mugabe, a move likely to strain relations in the southern African country’s fragile coalition government. Elton Mangoma, a senior official in Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai’s Movement f...
Oct 5th, 2012
THE main reason why the two MDC factions cannot reunite is because Morgan Tsvangirai has already shown tendicies that he is as bad as Robert Mugabe himself, Professor Welshman Ncube has said. He spoke when he ruled out any prospects of re-unification with the MDC-T and his party, describing the forme...
May 8th, 2012
Johannesburg – Judgment on whether South Africa is required to prosecute high-level Zimbabwean officials accused of crimes against humanity is expected in the High Court in Pretoria on Tuesday. High-ranking Zimbabwean officials reportedly raided the headquarters of the Movement for Democratic C...