Is First Lady Grace Mugabe getting the right treatment from the media?
CHAOS continues to mar government’s land reform programme amid an admission by the ruling Zanu PF that it erred in its compulsory acquisition of farms from black Zimbabweans, as well […]
ZANU PF legislator and former deputy Finance minister David Chapfika has been dragged to the High Court, along with his brother Macdonald, in a case in which businessman Cornelius Abram Smit is seeking restoration of mining claims.
FORMER Zanu PF spokesperson Rugare Gumbo says he and other senior party officials hounded out of the party are partly to blame for their misfortune as they allowed President Robert Mugabe to dictate the pace of events.
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe is likely to reshuffle cabinet soon after returning from his annual holiday in the Far East.
IN the aftermath of a fierce internal Zanu PF succession power struggle, Acting President Emmerson Mnangagwa is rapidly consolidating power to secure his ascendancy to the throne.
ALTHOUGH Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa last month only presented a US$4,1 billion national budget, it emerged this week he has made provision to spend around US$6bn.
DESPITE his strong liberation struggle credentials and his surprise ascension to the post of vice-president, Phelekezela Mphoko is haunted by his past.
LIKE viewers of South African television soap opera Generations, local and international audiences will be treated to a new cast of the ruling Zanu PF
“Politicians have no leisure because they are always aiming at something beyond political life itself, power and glory, or happiness”