Meteorological Department Director Amos Makarau says Zimbabwe as a country has complied with the ISO certification requirements, meaning that the country’s airports are up to international standards
President Mugabe, without mentioning names, lashed out at what he called “false prophets and dubious spirit mediums”
Some of the players, who had been banned for two to five years as punishment over the scandal, now have the option of paying a fine to avoid the ban.
Speaking to several people in the capital, everyone on Wednesday emphasised the need for parents to budget properly and avoid impulse buying.
The Cathedral of St. Mary and All Saints in the capital was packed to capacity as parishioners joyfully sang various hymns during the first Christmas mass to be held by the Harare diocese after losing and repossessing their property.
At the heart of the dispute are census figures showing stagnant or negative population growth in the Midlands, Manicaland, Bulawayo and Masvingo provinces.
Moyo, a member of Prime minister Morgan Tsvangirai’s Movement for Democratic Change formation, reportedly died after collapsing at the Avenues Clinic in Harare Friday.
The minister said the biggest funding challenge facing the government is how to pay for the two upcoming national events.
The minister says he has already met with Sports and Recreation commissioner Charles Nhemachena in an effort to tackle problems faced by the sport.
Family spokesman, Khawudeni Ncube, thanked the mourners for coming in large numbers to bid farewell to the former highlanders, Warriors and FC Kriens star.
Council members voted unanimously Thursday to approve the deployment of international troops under African leadership in that troubled land.
MDC-T deputy spokesman Joel Gabhuza said they are not surprised that Zanu PF denied the request.