The authors and publishers pin-pointed various challenges facing the book market, including the issues of copyright, piracy, information technology policy, cultural policy and the cost of books, among other issues.
Charamba said the government might be forced to review the Political Parties Finance Act to deny some opposition movements funding that they are entitled to under the law if they are receiving foreign money.
A lawmaker said instead of answering questions about share ownership trusts, Minister Kasukuwere threatened them and claimed that he was being harassed.
Thule Lenneiye says she was impressed by United States President Barack Obama’s call for Africa to step up its efforts in ensuring that women have healthcare and education.
David Vogt, Airport Art Program Manager, says the large sculptures are part of the airport’s program to humanize the international airport’s vast scale.
Mr. Obama touched the issue of leaders who cling onto power saying it was abhorrent to have leaders that want to rule for life.
Walter James Palmer of Minnesota, allegedly paid $55,000 to a Gwayi conservancy-based professional hunter, Theo Bronchorst, to kill Cecil.
Dr. Dodwin Makaudze of the University of Great Zimbabwe, said indications are that Zimbabweans read ordinarily to pass examinations or while preparing for some tests.
Oxlink Capitals managing director, Brains Muchemwa, told VOA Studio 7 that e-commerce is making significant strides in Zimbabwe.
They are expected to increase maize imports from Zambia with effect from September this year from 30,000 to 100,000 metric tonnes per month.
Party officials told VOA Studio 7 on Monday that they are confident that electoral reforms will be in place by 2018 and are therefore preparing for the general elections.
The NGO leaders arrested Saturday are facing charges of violating the Public Order and Security Act and the Protected Areas Act.