Former Foreign Affairs Minister Walter Mzembi has been put on Interpol list as the state has requested the help of South African police to arrest and hand him over to the Zimbabwe public Police.
Mzembi is believed to be in hiding in South Africa and has
Analysts say last night's appointment of Advocate Fortune Chasi as the new Minister of energy and Power Development will have an effect on the somewhat energetic and productive Mazowe South Member of Parliament.
Chasi who served as deputy minister in the transport ministry, was promoted to the
Zanu PF, Chamisa, Hail South Africa’s Polls
Wednesday High Court Ruling which invalidated MDC President Nelson Chamisa as the legitimate opposition leader has opened a can of worms as President Emmerson Mnangagwa and former vice President Phelekezela Mphoko power debacle in the wake of Robert Mugabe collapse in November 2017 comes into
Finance and Economic Development Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube has come under fire from the labour mother body Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) over his ‘austerity for posterity’ economic reform agenda which has seen the country’s economy taking a nose dive barely a year after
Opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) Vice President and Matabeleland political heavyweight Professor Welshman Ncube has described the decision by the state not to publicize the Chihambakwe and Dumbutshena reports on Gukurahundi findings as ‘hide and seek’.
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.
Zimbabwe’s recent crisis has subjected its people to the breadline than ever before with the government preaching the ‘tighten your belt’ gospel in a bid to secure resources to bail the nation from the debt abyss.
Central to the country’s economic woes is its debt which
The insatiable appetite to secure power through financing the infrastructure of repression dating back to Ian Douglas Smith, Robert Mugabe and now Emmerson Mnangagwa have left the country heaving in a debt crisis the greater part of it being illegitimate, 263CChat can report.
The ruling party Zanu PF has been cornered in Cyclone Idai aid looting with one of the Presidential Advisory Council members describing aid looters as heartless and corrupt politicians who must be brought to book.