Zanu PF's Gadzira Chirumanzu said the political parties are wasting their time, adding President Robert Mugabe and his revolutionary party, are not about to be dislodged by anyone.
The survey published today also indicates that their top priority is to see more investment in education.
Once safe from the taxman’s grip, churches in Zimbabwe are now the target of the country’s revenue office, as it seeks alternative income streams for the cash-strapped government.
After three days of deliberations, jury informed judge that it could not reach a verdict
Constitutional law expert Lovemore Madhuku told the Voice of America's Studio 7 the case is interesting.
Priscilla Misihairamwbi Mushonga, of the Movement for Democratic Change formation led by Professor Welshman Ncube brought a baby in the chamber to complain that parliament is not women-friendly.
Hamida Ismail Mauto, Dhat head of operations said the failure by the visually impaired in Zimbabwe to access information in appropriate formats had left them exposed to HIV/AIDS.
Local people like Ambrose Mlilo of the Bulawayo Progressive Residents’ Association said Zimbabweans will resist the minister’s moves to increase power charges.
Health Minister Dr. David Parirenyatwa, said parents should openly discuss reproductive health issues with their children so that they are more enlightened on HIV and AIDS.
Apex Council chairperson Richard Gundani told VOA Studio 7 they are worried that nothing is being done by the government to pay the traditional 13th cheque.
Their savings vanished when the country’s dollar lost value and was subsequently dumped in 2009.
The move comes barely three days after Mr. Mugabe appealed to members of his party to refrain from passing votes of no confidence against perceived enemies.