Energy and Power Development Minister Samuel Undenge told a news conference in Harare on Friday that all fuel traders should reduce fuel prices by January 14.
A separate raid in the capital killed another gunman holding multiple hostages at a kosher supermarket in the capital, but police said four hostages died in that operation.
Some even pound the streets of Harare, Gweru, Kwekwe, Mutare, Bulawayo and other cities buying and selling various wares, which include mobile phone units and cabbages
Ngarivhume says he does not need to seek permission from the Zimbabwe National Roads Administration to repair potholes.
While the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has described the banking sector as “generally stable,” many people are worried about the security of their accounts.
The bank, owned by Zanu PF politician and Transport Minister Obert Mpofu, surrendered its license to the central bank on Thursday saying it could no longer sustain its operations.
Tsvangirai says the nation should convene a national convergence conference of all political parties in the country, churches, business community and civil society.
Health workers and those in grant-aided institutions are expected to be paid bonuses on January 14th while the rest of the civil servants would get their share on January 23rd.
Red Cross spokesperson Takemore Mazuruse says they hope to raise the money in order to help at least 4,000 people affected by the ravaging floods.
Police officers, who were allegedly acting on the orders of Mrs. Mugabe evicted the families from Arnold Farm Number 10.
The villagers’ lawyer Langton Mhungu of Mhungu and Associates alleges that his clients were severely beaten up while in police custody to the extent that they need medical attention.
Tourism and Acting Environment Minister, Walter Muzembi, told journalists in Harare that Zimbabwe has an overpopulation of elephants and selling them is one of reducing their numbers.