Mr. Zuma was on Monday meeting Prime Minister Thomas Thabane to discuss the situation in the mountainous enclave, which is entirely surrounded by South Africa.
Judicial Service Commission secretary, Justice Rita Makarau, told a press briefing that the burglary in the highly secured building was discovered Monday morning.
Labour experts say the disgruntled former legislators will win the matter if it is taken to the Labour Court
For Zimbabwean cricket fans what happens now will no longer count as they are overjoyed by the victory over the Aussies.
Senator Sithembile Mlotshwa says most traditionalists do not have any reasonable reasons for not stopping the circumcision of childre.n
'We are not scared at all about police that crushed our protests last week. We will be on these streets until our grievances are met by the ruling party'
A gag order issued by party chairman Simon Khaya Moyo has caused further friction in the party as people jostle for positions ahead of the party’s December elective congress.
The views are expected to be incorporated into the party’s constitution at the party’s congress in October.
Tsvangirai’s lawyers say they are trying to reach common ground with the workers’ lawyers represented by Manase and Manase legal practioners.
The party chairman barred party members from dragging first lady Grace Mugabe’s name into their factional fights
The indigenization programme is fast degenerating into an elitist club of greedy individuals who are into racketeering.
Party spokesman Douglas Mwonzora told Studio 7 that the MDC Renewal Team, allegedly led by Tendai Biti, failed to properly handle the case