The two are alleged to have tried to persuade unnamed U.S state and federal lawmakers, including four from Illinois, to lobby against the Zimbabwe sanctions
Winning MDC-T candidates Trevor Saruwaka of Mutasa Central says he will participate in parliament business but doubts President Robert Mugabe will give him a government position
'There are no plans whatsoever, within and outside the bank, for the immediate or near-term introduction of new currency or re-introduction of the Zimbabwe dollar into our system'
Ndiraya says he wants to pursue further studies though sources indicate he had a rocky relationship with coach, Callisto Pasuwa, which led to his departure
'We are really concerned that Botswana could do what it did because after all they are members of the SADC observer mission here'
'I think it is very important that we keep our eyes on the main issue here, which is that, this was a deeply flawed process'
Professor Geoff Feltoe says it had always been his intention to resign from the electoral body after the 2013 elections
In a full-page advert carried by state newspapers, the party said its victory was an endorsement of its economic empowerment policies by the people of Zimbabwe.
The banks are concerned that President Mugabe may press ahead with plans to force foreign-owned companies to cede 51 percent stakes to black Zimbabweans
One worker, who requested anonymity, said workers are anxious because the shutdown was imposed by management and the workers were not given enough leave pay
Botswana’s information minister says his country is proposing an independent SADC-sponsored audit of the vote.
According to the audit, 1.8 million women were registered voters in the rural areas above 30 compared to 293,000 registered in urban areas.