This comes amid reports that some indigenous farmers who grabbed white commercial farms are partnering with white farmers or being used as fronts.
Alexandra Betts says now is the time for millions of Zimbabweans, who have almost deserted the nation, to look back and start working towards a prosperous country.
In a statement released Tuesday, Delta Corporation said consumer spending which is traditionally higher in December was subdued.
Indications are that land ownership still remains unresolved since all land in the country now belongs to the government.
Local Government Minister Ignatias Chombo and Transport Minister Obert Mpofu on Monday visited dozens of injured passengers who are admitted at Parirenyatwa Hospital.
CZI chief executive Clifford Sileya told VOA Studio 7 the meeting whose theme is “Taking Zimbabwe Industry to the Next Level”, will take place Thursday in Harare.
King led a successful boycott of the public buses in the southern city of Montgomery, Alabama, forcing the city to end its practice of segregating black passengers.
Police are still investigating the cause of the accident, which left a large number of people hospitalized.
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.