Mr. Delahousse said the government must be seen to be protecting its citizens as required by the constitution.
Chief economist Prosper Chitambara of the Labour and Economic Development Research Institute of Zimbabwe said Harare needs to do more to address the trade imbalance.
The full bench of the Constitutional Court heard arguments in this case in which the two were challenging their expulsion from the House of National Assembly.
Her daughter, Chiwoneso Mpofu, says they have raised almost $4,000 for ferrying the late Muroyiwa’s body back home.
Local estimates put the annual diaspora remittances at almost $800 million, with the bulk of the money meant for assisting families in meeting their daily needs.
Industry is warning that forcing non-performing companies to pay taxes in arrears amounting to over one billion dollars is disastrous and will lead to massive company closures.
Justice Chidyausiku ruled that the application filed by MDC Renewal Team secretary general Tendai Biti and 13 others challenging their expulsion should be heard urgently.
"We call upon the Government of Zimbabwe to live up to its commitment and increase its efforts to investigate the disappearance and bring those responsible to justice."
Director of the Meteorological Services, Tichaona Zinyemba, tells Studio 7 the erratic rainfall pattern can be linked to climate variability.
Phillip Mutoti, told a news conference in Harare on Monday that his council is worried by a new wave of invasions of residential stands, especially in Nyatsime and St. Mary's areas.
The defending champions have shot to the top of the 16-team assembly after a hard fought 1-0 win over Chapungu at Ascot Stadium before a full house.
Reserve bank governor, John Mangudya, says he will soon be rolling out 50-cent bond coins, to add to the one, five, ten and 25-cent coins introduced two months ago.