Nelson Chamisa's MDC Alliance has rejected the Constitutional Court’s ruling upholding Emmerson Mnangagwa’s election win, saying the judiciary was “captured and not fit for purpose". The party threatened mass escalation, in an escalation of the stalemate within just hours...
Zimbabwe’s Constitutional Court has upheld President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s victory in the July 30 election, dismissing opposition leader Nelson Chamisa’s application to overturn the poll. An inauguration will now be held on Sunday, as required by law. A detailed ruling will be...
Sentiment on Zimbabwe is improving with potential investors looking for business opportunities while monitoring political developments closely. But some miners are already moving in on SA’s northern neighbour with zeal. Zimbabwe was starved of foreign direct investment under former president...
Vast Resources has concluded an agreement that will give it access to the Marange diamond fields in Chiadzwa, the London-listed company has said. Vast will partner with Red Mercury a company owned by the Marange-Zimunya Community Share Ownership Trust Community...
By Taffi Nyawanza In a functional democracy, the courts are society’s best safety valve. They provide the necessary outlet for hopes and aspirations as well as pent-up emotions that otherwise might be expressed on the streets and sometimes violently. There have...
You can never accuse lawyers of being picky. Ask Lewis Uriri and Thabani Mpofu, the two top lawyers doing battle in Wednesday’s court case on the disputed presidential election. The two advocates have argued many cases, some involving the opposing...
NELSON Chamisa’s presidential election petition challenging President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s win in their tight July 30 contest is due to be heard Wednesday. It is a significant event in Zimbabwe’s electoral history as well as the country’s jurisprudence. Here, newZWire explains...
PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has told regional leaders that the election represented the "free and democratic will of the people of Zimbabwe”, as he sought neighbours’ help to rebuild what he called Zimbabwe stagnated and isolated economy. In his maiden speech...
THE University of Zimbabwe’s vice chancellor, Levi Nyagura, has been suspended over the controversial award of a doctorate degree to former first lady Grace Mugabe. Nyagura is currently facing criminal charges in court over the 2014 degree award. A letter signed...
Zimbabwe’s inflation rate sped up by 1.38 percentage points to 4.29 percent in July, latest official data shows, the highest level in over six years. The July 2018 figure is the highest inflation rate since February 2012, when it stood...
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