WASHINGTON D.C. —
Zimbabwe’s new indigenization minister vows there’s no going back on the black economic empowerment policy that some in and outside the ruling Zanu PF blame for scaring away potential investors.
Food shortages become the order of the day in Zimbabwe as the world commemorates World Food Day. At an event in Chinhoyi, some officials castigated politicians for distributing food along political party affiliation.
We give you part two of Studio 7's exclusive interview with Malawian President Peter wa Mutharika.
The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission runs a workshop for political parties in the country on the new polling station-based voting system but Zanu PF boycotts.
What's the way forward for Zimbabwe as the political crisis seems to be getting worse with much bickering in Zanu PF? The economy on the other hand continues to slide. Blessing Zulu speaks with politicians from all political parties on the possible way forward for Zimbabwe.
And Michael Kariati previews the Mighty Warriors weekend match against Cameroon.
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