It is the latest chapter in a series of corruption scandals in the past year that have eroded support for Zuma and his party, the African National Congress.
Last Friday, South Africa officially notified the United Nations that it wants to withdraw from the ICC.
Matsunga claimed that the police fondled her breasts while Sibanda alleged that they tore her undergarments and touched other sensitive parts of her body while attempting to arrest Machingauta
Mudzvingwa’s attorney Simon Mupindu sought and was granted permission by Justice Loice Matandamoyo to postpone the case arguing that he needs to analyze the evidence submitted by Professor Moyo’s lawyers.
Analysts say the planned introduction of local bank notes or bond notes announced recently by Reserve Bank Governor John Mangudya, has brought uncertainty and worsened cash shortages.
Mliswa said he had no issues with Tsvangirai being the coalition’s presidential candidate, a position he will back saying the former trade unionist is a “tried and tested brand”.
Mliswa beat the ruling party candidate Ronald Chinedza and David Choga of the National Constitutional Assembly led by Lovemore Madhuku.
However, a new IMF loan program for Zimbabwe cannot be considered until the country clears more than $1 billion in World Bank arrears and another $600 million-plus owed to the African Development Bank.
Mnangagwa said Zimbabwe will never be a colony again and any returning white person who will cause friction in the country will be killed.