Dube indicated that he will be leaving office in December while the ZIFA Council, the organization’s top decision-making body, will be mapping the way forward.
Security agents have been accused of dragging their feet in looking for Itai Dzamara, who was abducted by unknown assailants suspected to be linked to the government.
In pushing for more recognition for Africa as an equal partner to the world, President Mugabe declared, "Africa is not looking for handouts."
ZIFA spokesman, Xolisani Gwesela confirmed that Dube has resigned, a day before the Zifa top decision body, the national council, holds an extra-ordinary meeting, Saturday.
Mondhlane said his country is prepared to work with Zimbabwe in their bid to improve the agricultural sector in the two countries.
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Confusion and anger remain Sunday, a day after an airstrike in northern Afghanistan killed at least 19 people, including three children at a hospital run by Doctors Without Borders, known by its French acronym MSF.
Gwaradzimba, who succeeds Ms. Mbaranga Gasarabwe of Rwanda, who’s now the UN’s...
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