Parliament to Fast-Track Electoral Changes

[The Herald] The Electoral Amendment Bill is expected to be fast-tracked when Parliament resumes sitting on May 8 after a three-week recess, a Cabinet minister has said. Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ziyambi Ziyambi allayed fears by…

[The Herald] The Electoral Amendment Bill is expected to be fast-tracked when Parliament resumes sitting on May 8 after a three-week recess, a Cabinet minister has said. Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ziyambi Ziyambi allayed fears by opposition parties that the proposed changes might not pass in time for the forthcoming election.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

All Set for Ruling Party Primaries

[The Herald] As Zanu-PF gears for its primary elections set for next Sunday, several provinces are today holding provincial coordinating committee meetings where chairpersons are expected to announce the final lists of approved candidates. The provinci…

[The Herald] As Zanu-PF gears for its primary elections set for next Sunday, several provinces are today holding provincial coordinating committee meetings where chairpersons are expected to announce the final lists of approved candidates. The provincial chairpersons collected lists of approved candidates for their respective provinces from the national commissariat yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

In Six Months, Mnangagwa Makes Telling Impact

[The Herald] Time Magazine is not your everyday type of tabloid. It is one of the most influential magazines in the Western world. It is also about the who-is-who of American business and public life. It embodies the mind of business and politics in Am…

[The Herald] Time Magazine is not your everyday type of tabloid. It is one of the most influential magazines in the Western world. It is also about the who-is-who of American business and public life. It embodies the mind of business and politics in America. It is not a magazine to be taken lightly when it makes an opinion.

African Countries Need to Ascertain Peace and Security – Ghana’s John Mahama

[ENA] African countries need to conduct integrated efforts in tackling their challenges on issues of peace and security, former president of Ghana John Dramani Mahama said.

[ENA] African countries need to conduct integrated efforts in tackling their challenges on issues of peace and security, former president of Ghana John Dramani Mahama said.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Mutasa Has No Regrets

[The Herald] DYNAMOS coach Lloyd Mutasa insisted he had no regrets about losing Denver Mukamba to old foes CAPS United after the midfielder yesterday plotted the Glamour Boys’ downfall with a solitary strike that handed the Green Machine the bragging r…

[The Herald] DYNAMOS coach Lloyd Mutasa insisted he had no regrets about losing Denver Mukamba to old foes CAPS United after the midfielder yesterday plotted the Glamour Boys' downfall with a solitary strike that handed the Green Machine the bragging rights at the National Sports Stadium. Mukamba, who was rejected by DeMbare at the beginning of the season on disciplinary grounds, rose to the big stage with a sublime 67th minute goal as if to remind DeMbare of what they lost when they loaned him out to their biggest riv

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

City Refuse Trucks Deal in Limbo

[The Herald] Harare is failing to secure foreign currency required to collect 21 outstanding refuse compactors bought from automotive manufacturer FAW Group Corporation for $3,1 million. The company has already delivered nine refuse trucks and 10 skip …

[The Herald] Harare is failing to secure foreign currency required to collect 21 outstanding refuse compactors bought from automotive manufacturer FAW Group Corporation for $3,1 million. The company has already delivered nine refuse trucks and 10 skip trucks using its own resources and the US$300 000 it got from the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Interest in Country Intensifies – Minister Moyo

[The Herald] Zimbabwe is deriving tremendous mileage from Government’s ongoing re-engagement drive as interest in the country has intensified across the globe, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister Retired Lieutenant-General Dr Sibusiso Moyo has said. Addressing the Zimbabwean Diaspora at a four-hour interactive luncheon at Zimbabwe House over the weekend, Dr Moyo, who is here at the invitation of British secretary of State Boris Johnson, described his meeting with his British counterpart as “superb&quo

[The Herald] Zimbabwe is deriving tremendous mileage from Government's ongoing re-engagement drive as interest in the country has intensified across the globe, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister Retired Lieutenant-General Dr Sibusiso Moyo has said. Addressing the Zimbabwean Diaspora at a four-hour interactive luncheon at Zimbabwe House over the weekend, Dr Moyo, who is here at the invitation of British secretary of State Boris Johnson, described his meeting with his British counterpart as "superb&quo

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe