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Zimbabwe has withdrawn the mining licence of a Ghanaian diamond company as the country moves to plug revenue leakages in the industry. Mines minister Walter Chidakwa said he had withdrawn Gyne Nyame Resources (GNR) licence because of non-performance.
Tsvangirai 'expels' Tendai Biti from MDC Morgan Tsvangirai, 62, has led the MDC for the last 15 years Zimbabwe's opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai says his rival Tendai Biti has been expelled from their MDC party, along with eight other members.
A plane carrying Zimbabwe's president Robert Mugabe was forced to abort a planned landing in Harare on Tuesday due to heavy fog, landing instead in the country's second city of Bulawayo. "His aircraft was forced to land at Joshua Nqabuko," state
THE country's main opposition party is in disarray after a faction in the Movement for Democratic Change said at the weekend it had suspended the party leader Morgan Tsvangirai, in a move that could herald a split in the opposition. The crisis at the
Party in turmoil with one group saying leader has been stood down but supporters saying removal is null and void Election posters for the 2013 campaign in which Morgan Tsvangirai was again defeated by Robert Mugabe . Photograph : Philimon Bulawayo /
Tsvangirai remains MDC-T leader, party spokesman Douglas Mwonzora declared Saturday evening, telling the leadership renewal faction they were having a laugh after they suspended the former premier following a meeting in Harare. Saturday's drama meant
Infighting in Zimbabwe's main opposition party intensified on Saturday, with a splinter group announcing it has suspended leader Morgan Tsvangirai for violence and violating the party's constitution. The Movement for Democratic Change [MDC] faction
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe says he earns $4,000 (Sh344,000) a month with State media claiming that he is the lowest paid head of State in southern Africa. The veteran ruler disclosed his salary in an interview with Ghanaian journalists Roy
Right Eye Troubles President Mugabe 21 April 2014 Ads by Google President Robert Mugabe's health has once again come under the spotlight after he apparently struggled to use his right eye which seemed to be nearly shut. While Mugabe appeared to be
The President, who was speaking in an interview with Ghanaian-born British film-maker Roy Agyemang for a BBC documentary, "Robert Mugabe @ 90" that was aired on Saturday evening, said people will elect their leader. Asked if he had any person he