Chairman of the Zimbabwe Conservation Taskforce, Johnny Rodrigues, says most tourists are upset about the sale of baby elephants.
Jeffrey Smith of the Robert F. Kennedy for Human Rights and Justice says lack of funding is affecting some programs in Zimbabwe.
One of the farmers, Felix Gondo of Honde Valley, says this has forced hundreds of farmers to pull out of a local tea association, which links producers with buyers.
Acting Vice President Emmerson Mnangangwa has warned party members allegedly defying Zanu PF directives that they will be axed.
Mr. Tsvangirai will discuss with his supporters ways of curbing on-going company closures, lack of jobs and the general state of the economy.
Party insiders say Mutasa’s long-time rivals in the party, Higher Education Minister Oppah Muchinguri and Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa moved the motion to expel him.
The former prime minister took a swipe at suspected Zanu PF supporters who allegedly attacked members of his party at the weekend
The workers say the lunchtime demonstrations would continue until their grievances have been resolved
ZCTU president George Nkiwane says the situation is bad in the country as the ruling Zanu PF party is concentrating on settling internal scores while the economy is declining fast.
'There was marked reduction in the number of cases involving media violations with a total of 22 cases compared to the 28 reported in 2013'
Mashonaland Central Provincial Minister Martin Dinha confirmed Wednesday that Mrs. Mugabe had indeed applied for a permit to run an animal sanctuary, and that he had recommended one for her.
Expelled Zanu PF spokesman Rugare Gumbo says by acting in a dictatorial manner, Mr.Mugabe has harmed his legacy and alienated people who once held him in high esteem