In June 2018, the report of Zimbabwe’s Parliamentary Enquiry into missing diamond revenues detailed some of the hidden interests in the country’s multi-billion dollar diamond industry, notably the security services. But despite the Parliamentary Committee hearing testimony from a procession of former government and security officials, gaps in the final report suggest that full disclosure is still not the order of the day.
Dear Zimbabwe 🇿🇼
You don’t have to be Zanu PF to love and defend Zimbabwe
You don’t have to be MDC to love and defend Zimbabwe
You just have to be a Zimbabwean to love , defend and work for your country.
Your political party is not Zimbabwe. #VivaZimbabwe— Trevor Ncube (@TrevorNcube
FORMER President Robert Mugabe will be laid to rest on Sunday at the national heroes acre in Harare, a day his successor Emmerson Mnangagwa will be celebrating his birthday and turning 77 years of age///AIWA! NO!//
On this International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearance, we remember journalist & activist Itai Dzamara & all other victims in Zimbabwe. Articles 48-50 of the #Zimbabwe constitution define the right to life, personal liberty & the rights of arrested & detained persons.
ZIMBABWE has started exporting electricity to regional countries especially Namibia, buoyed by increased production at the Kariba Power Station which came into life in March last year.
President Mnangagwa commissioned Unit 7 and 8, which were constructed at a cost of $531 million by China’s Sinohydro, resulting in an additional 300MW into the national grid. The Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) has confirmed that the new project has resulted in the country generating above target and exporting the excess power to NamPower, Namibia’s power utility company.