Deputy Finance Minister Terrence Mukupe has denied saying Zimbabwe’s armed forces won’t allow opposition MDC-T leader Nelson Chamisa to rule the country if he beats President Emmerson Mnangagwa in the forthcoming presidential election. Mukupe speaks with VOA ZImbabwe Service's Gibbs Dube.
Zimbabwe’s parliamentary committee on mines is on Wednesday expected to press former president Robert Mugabe to give evidence about the disappearance of diamond revenues amounting to $15 billion. The committee says it will conduct the hearing at Mugabe’s Harare mansion - the Blue Roof.
Some Zimbabweans and political observers believe President Emmerson Mnangagwa will win the 2018 presidential election, in part due to the poor state of the opposition. Many were mixed on whether the elections would be free and fair as promised. Gibbs Dube of VOA's Zimbabwe Service reports.
Zimbabwe’s Health Minister Dr. David Parirenyatwa addressed journalists in Harare, Monday, declaring an end to the weeklong strike by the country’s government-employed nurses. "The issue of industrial action for nurses so far has closed. The nurses are largely back at work," Dr. Parirenyatwa said.
Eunice Sandi Moyo, acting chairperson of the opposition National Patriotic Front led by Ambrose Murinhiri and linked to former president Robert Mugabe, says Zanu PF should immediately withdraw soldiers deployed in villagers in Zimbabwe said to be political commissars.
Great Zimbabwe law students are taking part in this year's addition of the Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition in Washington DC. VOA Zimbabwe Service's Gibbs Dube speaks with Law Faculty Dean Victor Nkiwane.