Mrs. Mugabe did not say whether she would or intends to take over the leadership of the party at Zanu PF’s elective congress slated for December.
The IMF is keen to maintain a constructive relationship with Zimbabwe hence the re-opening of its resident representative office in the country.
Police were not available for comment last night, but eye witnesses said the minister was not injured though his Mercedes Benz was extensively damaged.
Zanu-PF spokesman Rugare Gumbo could not shed light on the agenda of the meeting referring all questions to party secretary for administration Didymus Mutasa.
The Zimbabwe Democracy Institute said 472 people approached for the interview said they were totally ignorant of the policy
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