The motorists are failing to pay the fines of up to $100 each proposed by Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa in Zimbabwe’s 2016 national budget.
The staffers are facing allegations of “communicating or publishing false statement prejudicial to the state” following the publication of a story claiming the CIO secretly got bonuses.
“In a month I use $4 to bet because I bet every weekend spending a dollar on each weekly bet. So, if I win say $20, I’d have made a good win."
Zimbabweans in the Diaspora said events unfolding back home were affecting them so much to the extent that they were either supporting their relative back home financially or emotionally
For first time in country's history, finance minister hikes fines for speeding, running red lights and other infractions by 100 percent or more
Although the letter provided no further explanation, VOA’s Studio 7 was informed on good authority that security officials are the ones demanding that all journalists get police clearance, so as to vet them.
“If you look at the framework, I do acknowledge that there’s been rampant non-compliance with the legislation."
Touts clashed with suspected Zanu PF youths who were trying to force kombi drivers to abandon a work stoppage claiming that the new fines of up to $100 were too steep.
Under Zimbabwean law, foreign and white-owned companies with assets of more than $500,000 must cede or sell a 51 percent stake to black nationals.
The council is now seeking tenders for the supply of canopies, bumpers and meg wheel at a cost of $22,000 for Mazda BT50s bought for council management last month.
The MDC formation led by former Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has condemned reports that the government will soon export more elephants to China.