- NATIONAL CHAIRMAN: MORGAN KOMICHI announces removal of Chamisa as President and that all suspensions and dismissals of any party member by the current leadership between February 2018 and today are null and void.
- POLICE BESEIGED MDC HQ in Harare and barred officials from accessing the offices pending a Supreme court judgment to determine the rightful President of the party.
- BREAKING NEWS: SUPREME COURT RULES MDC Chamisa is not the legitimate President of the party and that Thokozani Khupe is the party's interim president
- Long-serving Zimpapers Masvingo Correspondent Walter Mswazie ,45 died from kidney failure at Makurira Memorial Clinic today.
- TENS OF THOUSANDS OF BRITONS stranded abroad by the coronavirus will be flown home under a new arrangement between the government and airlines.
Zimbabwe’s regional counterparts have also been approached by Mugabe’s Zanu PF regime for assistance over the fuel crisis in the last week thereby forcing the Zimbabwe Under-23 football national team to endure long waiting periods whilst grounded , simply for a short term haul flight cross to South Africa as they did yesterday where they were due to play in the last leg of their CAF Under-23 championship qualifier.
The Transport and Infrastructure Development Minister Obert Mpofu has also confirmed that the national Airline carrier, is facing critical fuel shortages though he was evasive enough to claim that it was simply an administrative hitch and that, it was the responsibility of the Energy and Power Development Ministry for the importation of the fuel.
Whilst the week long fuel shortages also affected Zambia and South Africa, it is important to note that the two countries hold enough reserves to sustain operations, without any interruptions to service unlike the Air Zimbabwe situation, whose daily consumption amounts to a total of 90 000 litres.
Unsurprisingly so the Zanu PF, Energy and Power Development Minister Dr Samuel Undenge claims because he has been out of town, he is unaware of the mentioned Airline fuel . by Sibusiso Ngwenya. See more at www.newzimbabwevision.com