Botswana president Ian Khama is set to become the next SADC chair when Mr. Mugabe vacates the position.
Some say he did not achieve much while others says Mr. Mugabe used the opportunity to clean-up the country’s battered image abroad and in the process reclaiming his status as a true African statesman.
Shoko says the protests failed to take place last weekend after their plans coincided with Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s visit to the Mashonaland West provincial capital.
However, GALZ believes believe that the issue of HIV and AIDS in prisons has nothing to do with homosexuality.
Chief magistrate, Mishrod Guvamombe, told Studio 7 that some of the courts’ property was stolen.
Trophy hunting is a multi-billion industry which generates millions of dollars to safari operators who sell some of the hunts like lions to as much as $50,000 for a single kill.
Vice-captain Tichafara Makwanya is confident that they will come out with a positive result over a team that has taken over from Zimbabwe as Africa’s flag bearers.
Senior Assistant Commissioner, Charity Charamba, said police have already arrested some land barons and have set up a special unit to deal with this issue.
Mrs. Mugabe, who is also the ruling party’s Women’s League secretary, accused Mrs. Mujuru of creating factionalism that is now rife in Zanu PF and labeled her a “beetle”.
CITES secretary general, John Scanlon, says African lions like Cecil are not yet threatened with extinction though uncontrolled trade in their products could lead to their demise.
The state-owned Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) on Wednesday fired close to 300 workers, including journalists, and shut down its Gweru offices.
Militant municipal police, accompanied by Zimbabwe Republic Police officers, demolished houses in Budiriro 4 under various cooperatives, namely Ngungunyana, Tembwe and Tabudirira.