The authors and publishers pin-pointed various challenges facing the book market, including the issues of copyright, piracy, information technology policy, cultural policy and the cost of books, among other issues.
Charamba said the government might be forced to review the Political Parties Finance Act to deny some opposition movements funding that they are entitled to under the law if they are receiving foreign money.
The fair kicked off with an indaba which brought together academics, authors, booksellers and publishers who were exploring ways of promoting a good reading culture in Zimbabwe.
According to the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, while some of people have TB symptoms and others do not have any.
Mr. Nkurunziza won 69 percent of the vote while his closest rival, Agathon Rwasa, got 19 percent, electoral chief Pierre Claver Ndayicariye said Friday. The tally gave him a first-round victory.
In a statement after Thursday’s Cabinet meeting, Mupfumira said the government had resolved to amend the relevant provisions of the Labour Act in the shortest possible time to restore equilibrium in the market.
“This is an historic visit to the African Union. And it will be my great pleasure to welcome President Barack Obama to the AU,” said Dlamini-Zuma. “It is also another concrete step to broaden and deepen the relationship between the AU and the US.”
The streets of Nairobi have been painted and polished as the city has spared no expense to welcome Obama for what Kenyans have called his "homecoming."
Many Zimbabweans such as Kudzai Gombedza say Mr. Mugabe should not only address issues affecting Africa but also focus on problems bedeviling his own country.
Mupfumira told parliament that the Attorney General is studying the judgment with a view of rectifying the situation.
Nabanyama said the alleged abduction of Dzamara brought back sad memories and reminded her and her family that people’s safety is not guaranteed in Zimbabwe.
Hove, who was living in exile since 2001, is an icon of modern Zimbabwean literature having published a number novels including his 1988 book “Bones” that won him a Zimbabwe Literary Award and a Noma Award for Publishing in Africa.