ICG says much of how the country’s progress or continued lack of, going forward hinges around the country’s “visibly waning” 92-year-old President Robert Mugabe.
The party says the arrest, which comes barely a week after a High Court ruling to reinstate him and the entire council, is deplorable and downright irrational.
“I have not acted in any manner that boarders on corruption or unprofessional conduct and shall continue to use the experience gained from other leagues to further the professional administration of football in this country."
A High Court judge has ruled that Section 70 of the Police Act, which places a cap of an eight-month period within which police should be sued, is inconsistent with the country’s supreme law.
Zimbabwe has seen an alarming increase in the number of people on kidney dialysis. Also alarming, according to local doctors, is the number of children with kidney ailments in the country.
Cecilia Gono of Gutu district, the home of the late Vice President Simon Vengesai Muzenda, says the first family is no longer accepting divergent views as it is now victimizing dissenting voices.
Harare City are Zimbabwe’s only remaining representatives in Pan African football following the elimination of Chicken Inn.
Dzamara was allegedly abducted by state security agents a year ago near his home and has not been found by police and other law enforcing agents.
Richard Goto, a former worker at one of the closed diamond mining firms, says poverty is driving most people to engage in illegal diamond mining.
"... The minister responsible was left because of factional wars so to me the president was just out there for a shopping spree."
“We need to make friends, we don’t need enemies, especially if those enemies, or if you call them enemies, lend you money."