Laxton Group, a South African-run ID systems firm with production headquarters in China, filed papers with Harare’s Administrative Court on Jan. 25 questioning why it had lost out on a contract to “clean up” the list of registered voters.
Rains have been erratic so far since the summer cropping season started at the end of November, while a long dry spell this month has raised alarm among farmers.
EU foreign ministers said in a statement Monday that “the upcoming electoral process will be an essential step” in helping to re-establish the rule of law in Zimbabwe.
International donors withdrew support for Mugabe’s government after he imposed policies that included violent seizure of white-owned commercial farms.
Munetsi’s wife, Rose, and other close relatives refused to comment about his death at the memorial service, where some well-known CIOs were said to be monitoring the event.
But analysts say Ramaphosa must move cautiously to sideline president
Officials suspect violence between drug gangs
The billionaire says he supports the reforms of the crown prince and he expects to be released soon
ZACC member, Goodson Nguni, told VOA Studio 7 that there is no time frame in which they will start working on Mrs. Mugabe’s case.
Tanzania-based traveling show features works by 62 artists from 11 countries
The official theme of the event, which begins January 28, is combating corruption