Harare-based independent economist John Robertson says these community share ownership schemes will not create wealth for locals
Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office, Jameson Timba, left Harare on Wednesday to drum up regional support ahead of the referendum and polls
In reaching the decision, Mr. Chiweshe said: "He (Mugabe) can do whatever he wants as long as the constitution allows it."
The crisis has been worsened by the United Nations' refusal to fund the referendum citing time constraints
The Minister of State in Prime Minister Tsvangirai's Office is said to have brought the horrific pictures of the charred remains of the 12-year-old boy on the cabinet table
Mr. Chinamasa said what is now left is to disburse the resources to the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission to enable the electoral body to start preparing for the referendum
Aids Free World interviewed 84 Zimbabwean women who alleged they were gang raped by people they named and identified as Zanu-PF supporters
'It would be laxity on our part if we just see things being donated, being distributed, some unusual kind of generosity taking place'
The discussion was held in honour of Rosa Parks, who was a key figure in the movement to secure civil rights for African Americans
ISO coordinator Munyaradzi Gwisai said if adopted, the draft constitution would unnecessarily increase the size and power of the government.
The process of making such a declaration begins by publishing the proclamation in the gazette.
A columnist in the state-controlled Herald newspaper attacked Mr. Tsvangirai for breaking the country’s laws by seeking campaign money from a foreign nation