The International Committee of the Red Cross has started rehabilitating some of the dilapidated Zimbabwe prisons, most built during the colonial era
“We have potatoes which are ready for the market but we can’t take them. And soon, the maize and other crops will be ready for the market too,” he told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.
The call was made war veterans leaders – Christopher Mutsvangwa, Victor Matemadanda, Dumiso Dabengwa and several others - at a meeting in Harare on Thursday, attended by over 1,000 former freedom fighters.
President Robert Mugabe's busy foreign travels have led opposition to call him 'non-resident president'
The vice president said the 93 year-old Zimbabwean leader’s rule will only end when God decides to take him.
"The message we are sending to Zanu-PF, to Robert Mugabe, to his wife, to their children, to their rats, to their mice, is that we are coming for them."
Water supplies expected to shrink due to droughts, rising temperatures, flooding, population growth and urbanization, UN says in report
The Zanu PF activists claimed that the two also want to spearhead the downfall of Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa from his vice presidential post.
Clean water still reaches only some in Zimbabwe, even though access to it enshrined in country's Constitution since 2013
Goal is negotiate Britain’s departure from bloc on terms that would not negatively affect European Union's remaining members
Government says 271 Zimbabweans had died because of floods in past three months