THE NewsDay of (07/07/2015) was headlined, Mugabe Demotes Moyo in a reshuffle. Ministers affected by the reshuffle are five.
LESS than 500 people turned out at the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Union (ZCTU) Workers’ Day celebrations at Bulawayo’s White City Stadium yesterday.
ZIMBABWE is planning to tone down a controversial equity law which forces foreign companies to cede a majority shareholding to local
investors, a Cabinet minister said yesterday.
MAKOKOBA MP Gorden Moyo has criticised under-representation of women in local government and President Robert Mugabe’s Cabinet saying it would hamper development.
INFORMATION and Broadcasting Services minister Jonathan Moyo is still pursuing his Electoral Court petition seeking a recount of Tsholotsho North ballots despite his appointment into President Robert Mugabe’s Cabinet.
MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai yesterday said he would remain at the helm of his party despite an internal call for…
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has drawn the ire of women’s rights groups and activists, after he only appointed three women into his new Cabinet.
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe says he did not appoint Morgan Tsvangirai in his Cabinet because the MDC-T leader was a sore loser who did not accept defeat.
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe yesterday announced a surprise Cabinet that saw the return of Jonathan Moyo to the Information ministry.