Deputy Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Minister Energy Mutodi yesterday said Zimbabwe does not harbour ambitions to join the Commonwealth labelling it a club of former colonies.
Mutodi said the country should only join the Commonwealth when there is mutual guarantee of respect and sovereignty.
The deputy information minister wrote on his twitter handle that if the doctors continue with their strike they will be fired and there is not going to be re-hiring again
South Africa has been reminded of the support it received from other nations during the anti-apartheid campaign as xenophobia, Acrophobia attacks reported in the country
Deputy Minister of Information, Energy Mutodi has castigated Chief Felix Nhlanhlayamangwe Ndiweni as an enemy of the State but however said President Emerson Mnangagwa showed mercy on him regarding the bail he was granted yesterday
Former Rhumba musician and now Deputy Information Minister Energy Mutodi has taken his praise and worshipping gear up by showering President Emmerson Mnangagwa with praises after his scarf was bought for a staggering RTGS$250 000 at a Warriors Fundraising Dinner last night.
Mnangagwa’s trademark scarf was
Former education minister David Coltart has come out guns blazing against President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s decision to invite Ugandan President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni to officiate at the 60th Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) this week in Bulawayo.
European Union (EU) ambassador to Zimbabwe Timo Olkkonen described the 2018 post-election and mid-January 2019 military inspired violence as a holdup to the country’s international relations charging that the perpetrators must be held accountable.
Opposition MDC deputy chairperson Tendai Biti has called on Local Government, Public Works and National Housing Minister July Moyo to resign in the wake of public resentment on government's poor disaster preparedness system on the back of Cyclone Idai which has wrecked havoc in
Opposition MDC leader Nelson Chamisa has told President Emmerson Mnangagwa to be ‘humble’ and be ready to listen to the plight the country is currently wrestling with charging that it is the period which need no rhetoric and sloganeering hitting back at the 76
The call by former head of state Robert Mugabe on the incumbent President Emmerson Mnangagwa to stop unleashing security forces on civilians a move which has recently resulted in many deaths and injuries is plausible, opposition MDC President Nelson Chamisa has said.