The ruling Zanu PF has hit out at the outgoing United States of America (USA) President Donald Trump over his reaction to the just ended Presidential Elections saying it exposes the US' double standards in enforcing democratic principles which it cannot meet itself.
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The United States Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Brian Nichols has revealed that talks between Washington and President Emmerson Mnangagwa's government are not yielding results as most of the recommendations which would result in the two restoring cordial relations, have not been implemented.
Washington has been unrelenting in
ZANU PF's acting spokesperson, Patrick Chinamasa has maintained on his rant and rave course towards the United States of America government telling the North American country to stop acting like Zimbabwe's 'prefect.'
Speaking on ZiFM last night, Chinamasa highlighted that the US has no right whatsoever
The ruling Zanu PF party has threatened to expel the United States ambassador to Harare, Brian Nichols in a new low in diplomatic relations between Harare and Washington.
Addressing journalists at the party headquarters in Harare, acting spokesperson, Patrick Chinamasa said the diplomat should be ashamed
Zimbabwe and the United States of America have been tangled in diplomatic warfare following remarks by Robert O’Brien, National Security Advisor to President Donald Trump that Zimbabwe, along with China and Russia had a hand in the protests that were triggered by the killing of
The United States government and the European Union bloc say the sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe will not be lifted unless the government implement political and economic reforms that will curb misgovernance by public officials.
The sentiments came after President Emmerson Mnangagwa and First Lady, Auxillia together
The government has admitted that the much hyped Friday's Anti-Sanctions march is only a bold statement to the Western powers who imposed sanctions on Zimbabwe which will not yield the removal of the embargo.
The SADC declared 25 October a solidarity day with Zimbabwe to call
MUTARE-A top diplomat has said recent spates of arrests on civil society were a setback on the reform agenda that will derail progress envisioned for the country.
By Charles Dzimwasha
Addressing members of the media on the sidelines of a tour of Chimanimani community projects United States
Mnangagwa recently appealed to the Zimbabwean citizens to openly engage in the debate around the massacres, a topic previously, avoided by many as this attracted a heavy-handed response from authorities.
Ambassador of the United States of America to Zimbabwe, Brian Nichols has called on China to respect rights of the Zimbabwean people, workers and the environment.
Speaking during a one on one session in Harare today, Nichols said it is important that Chinese offers to Zimbabwe