ZIMBABWE’S stocks, the cheapest among African shares, are not a buying opportunity for Investec Asset Management, which says consumers and banks in the Southern African country are continuing to struggle.
MDC formations yesterday said they will not participate in any elections or by-elections before electoral reforms and a cartel of other improvements have been implemented, a move that could give the ruling Zanu PF electoral victories on a silver platter.
. . . rendering 14 499 jobless and as at that time this year, 134 firms had shut down, throwing 9 280 people out of work.
JUSTICE minister Emmerson Mnangagwa and former ambassador to South Africa Phelekezela Mphoko were yesterday named by President Robert Mugabe as the two Zanu PF vice-presidents.
ZIMBABWEANS should brace for tough times ahead as President Robert Mugabe appointed Justice minister Emmerson Mnangagwa, long believed to be a hardliner, as his deputy, analysts said.
A LIFE of bliss, State assigned drivers, security details, guarded homes, several servants, countless overseas travels and many other benefits, yesterday came to an abrupt end for Vice-President Joice Mujuru and eight other ministers.
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has left the nation guessing after he postponed the appointment of his deputies to next week.
AN annual conclave that will shape Zimbabwe’s future is getting under way, and squabbling to succeed a nonagenarian President has already claimed one casualty: The economy.
The self-exiled Paul Siwela, leader of the secessionist Mthwakazi Liberation Organisation (MLO), says chaos will mark President Robert Mugabe’s departure, adding that events in Zanu PF point to a troubled future for the country.