"Despite all these challenges and the speech by President Mugabe on Monday at the United Nations against gays, I will continue to fight for the rights of all our members."
The UN Independent newspaper wrote that Mr. Mugabe’s government has one of the worst LGBT rights records on the African continent.
“We are in the process of establishing a new Africa, with its own narrative as told by its sons and daughters,” said President Geingob.
Gwanda residents and civic organizations say they have sought clearance from the police to demonstrate against the local authority next week for continued water shortages in the city.
"When you address the General Assembly you are presenting your country’s values but not necessarily in an antagonistic way."
The draft policy is a perfection of the failed MoneyLink scheme introduced at the height of Zimbabwe’s historic hyperinflation that was designed to promote investment.
Mr. Mugabe also reiterating long-standing calls by other leaders, especially from developing countries, for the reform of the United Nations Security Council and the General Assembly.
President Robert Mugabe says the West and world powers should remove targeted sanctions imposed on him and his inner circle, saying Zimbabwe is a peaceful country.
President Obama spoke first, calling on the world to shun war and conflict and engage instead in new diplomatic efforts to resolve conflicts across the globe.
Theodore Bronkhorst pleaded not guilty Monday to charges of assisting an illegal hunt and not preventing an illegal hunt.