Zanu-PF spokesman Simon Khaya Moyo has dismissed opposition criticism of the ruling party policies challenging them to produce alternative economic policies.
Former Mashonaland West Zanu-PF chairman, Temba Mliswa, is leading a group criticizing Mrs. Mujuru for allegedly failing to show leadership and urging her to allow the youth to lead.
'People First … that’s the biggest joke of the year. Zanu PF has always been for the people. These people (People First) are just lost. They are just a bunch of confused people ..."
The leader of Zimbabwe’s opposition Movement for Democratic Change Morgan Tsvangirai says the country’s economy is now a trainwreck owing to Zanu-PF’s policy inconsistencies and infighting.
The interim spokesman of the People First project that is fronted by Mujuru, Rugare Gumbo, said her life is in danger.
"There is a danger that the securocrats with the statements that they are making, that they may actually descend into the political arena."
Professor Ncube says the tragedy for Zimbabwe is that the ruling Zanu-PF party has no appetite to address the growing economic crisis,
“We will also put up a team at the central bank, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe, to make sure that Zimbabwe has its own currency."
The politics has gone stupid because Robert Mugabe is committed to keeping his power at any cost and by any means.
Lovemore Madhuku says the country’s indigenization law is causing anxiety in potential investors and thus worsening the country’s economic crisis.
In an exclusive interview VOA, Mangoma refuted allegations by critics who allege that under his watch, senior government officials were not paying for their electricity bills.