Commercial Farmers Union chief says his organization is pessimistic at this stage of the deal because there were no significant moves towards compensation by government in the last 16 years.
Alouise Mutanga, director of the Association of the Victims of Political Violence based in South Africa, said rehabilitation and compensation is needed for victims of political violence.
“Shonas and Ndebeles must come together and address this issue. It’s not a tribal issue, it’s a national issue. I am saying this because I am Shona. I need everybody to know that.”
In a statement, the United States Embassy in Harare said there are 31 male and 29 female participants from Zimbabwe this year.
“Very few people understand the gravity of this disease because most people know that it can be cured, it can be treated, it can be presented,” she said. “People take HIV more seriously because they know it’s a disease that cannot be cured.”
Sports Minister Makhosini Hlongwane and ZIFA President Phillip Chiyangwa met with the Warriors team in Harare Wednesday to boost their morale.
Ambassador Chifamba told VOA Studio 7 that some Zimbabweans, who were supposed to arrive at the airport on the day of the bombings, went to Paris, France, and used buses to get to Belgium.
The cabinet decision made this decision on Wednesday, which was announced by Indigenization Minister Patrick Zhuwao.
“I want to say that China is going to provide, donate rice worth 160 million Yuan ($24.6 million) as emergency food assistance,” said Ambassador Ping.
Coltart has become embroiled in a row with Mnangagwa after it emerged that his recently published book contains statements that sometime in 1983, Mnangagwa encouraged violence against civilians.
“Zimbabwe and South Africa used to be the leading countries in the construction of small dams. A lot of farmers used to irrigate their farms. That investment has since stopped in Zimbabwe … ”