The ICG says Zimbabwe’s politics and economy are precarious raising the need for Zanu-PF to address on President Mugabe’s successor at the party’s elective December congress.
Mrs. Mugabe was capped recently at the university as was Vice President Joice Mujuru, who obtained a Doctor of Philosophy Degree in economics.
The workshop was attended by participants drawn from Zimbabwe, Zambia, South Africa, Lesotho, Malawi, Ghana, Mozambique, Swaziland, Botswana and Namibia.
A PHD student has discovered that industries in Zimbabwe are still the major sources of water and air pollution despite laws in place to reduce the problem.
Despite vehement team denials, Studio 7 sources corroborated the report saying that Kaindu did not even attend Tuesday’s training session with the team.
In a statement Monday, the IMF said growth has slowed down because of inadequate financial flows, despite a very favorable agricultural season.
Independent political analyst Blessing Vava says Zanu PF’s worsening infighting is threatening national security and development.
Mashonaland central on Monday held its congress and chose candidates to fill posts at the national congress.
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