Chairperson Justice Rita Makarau of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission says Zimbabwean can use many households items as proof of residence in order to have their names entered into a new voters roll being compiled under the Biometric Voter Registration Program. She speaks with Blessing Zulu .
President Robert Mugabe’s succession dispute has taken another dramatic twist after the ruling party’s Soviet-style Politburo resolved that the December annual conference be turned into an extraordinary congress in what many political pundits view as a plot to oust Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa.
At 1600 hours Universal Time on Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017, the United States will begin accepting applications for the 2019 Diversity Visa Program. Applications will be accepted until 1600 hours Universal Time on Tuesday, November 7th, 2017.
President Mugabe, who will address the General Assembly Thursday, sparked a whirl wind of discussion among Zimbabweans because of his large delegation of more than 70, that includes his wife, children and grandchild.
President Robert Mugabe was the first on Thursday to register in Zimbabwe’s new voters roll ahead of crucial elections to be help sometime next year. The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission is expected in the next four months to register at least 7 million voters.
Afriforum is set to file papers in court seeking permission to sue Zimbabwe’s First Lady Grace Mugabe, who allegedly assaulted South African model, Gabriella Engels, said to have been found socializing with her children Robert Junior and Chatunga at a Sandton hotel.
A South African attorney representing Gabriella Engels, who was allegedly assaulted by Zimbabwean First Lady Grace Mugabe in a Sandton hotel a few days ago, says Mrs. Mugabe’s attempt for an out of court settlement has been rejected.
Zimbabwean First Lady Grace Mugabe's lawyers and South African authorities appear to be holding discussions with Zimbabwean authorities over claims by South African model Gabriella Engels that she was attacked by Mrs. Mugabe in a Sandton hotel in Johannesburg.
The High Court has ordered First Lady Grace Mugabe to remove her representatives from three houses she took over after a Lebanese national failed to refund her $1,35 million she paid for a diamond ring bought in Dubai. Attorney Beatrice Mtetwa speaks with Blessing Zulu.