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.
Some Grain Marketing Board employees at Mamina in Mhondoro-Ngezi were allegedly evicted Sunday after being accused for voting for MDC-T.
The Warriors now meet the Chipolopolo in a match to decide who will represent southern Africa at the finals held in South Africa in January.
NCA's Lovemore Madhuku said Monday that the national elections were free, fair and credible despite views to the contrary by MDC.
In Mudzi South, Zanu PF wants to overturn results showing a win by former party member and prominent lawyer Jonathan Samkange, who took 7,879 votes ahead of Zanu PF candidate Eric Navaya’s 7,742.
Mr. Zuma described Wednesday’s elections as "harmonised" and extended his “profound congratulations” to President Mugabe on his win.
The United States does not believe that the results announced Saturday represent a credible expression of the will of the Zimbabwean people
Irregularities in the lead up to the elections and on election day which contravene the Southern African Development Community's guidelines call into serious question the credibility of the election
Mugabe polled 2,11 434 votes, Tsvangirai got 1,172 349 (33.9%), Professor Welshman Ncube of the MDC amassed a total of 92, 637 (2.68%) and Dumiso Dabengwa of Zapu settled for fourth place with 25 416 (0.74%)