Mr. Mugabe flew in from his month-long vacation on Friday amid criticism that he was wasting what little resources the state has in the face of a crippling economic disaster.
According to the proposal, teachers at schools that don’t achieve a 50 percent pass rate will forego their April, August and December salaries.
Muchinguri Kashiri said most local dams are less than 50 percent full, a situation which is raising alarm as they are usually full at this time of the year.
"The issue is not about just removing us but it's about providing an alternative and unless there are alternatives, vendors will continue to come back into the streets."
“The performance of our Warriors was shoddy. It was poor. If we can sum up that we say, if you do not prepare well you are preparing to fail.”
Zimbabwe's Constitutional Court outlawed child marriages decreeing that any person who intends to get married should be at least 18 years of age.
Mr. Mugabe was set to arrive before midnight but at the time of going on air he had not yet arrived in the country.
The main opposition Movement for Democratic Change charges that this is meant to purge its supporters ahead of the 2018 polls.
The opposition MDC formation led by Professor Welshman Ncube on Friday condemned the partisan distribution of food aid by Zanu PF elements, calling it "criminal" and "satanic."
In a move to avert a severe food crisis, Zimbabwe said it has secured a $200 million loan from the African Export-Import Bank to buy grain from outside the country.
They say the disruption of their vacation is forcing them to fork out money from their pockets, something they cannot afford due to non-payment of 2015 bonuses.