Ray Ndlovu is an international journalist and media consultant based in Harare, Zimbabwe. He holds a Bachelor of Science Honors Degree in Journalism and Media Studies from the National University of Science and Technology in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. His work is highly sought after and has been published by several regional and international news organisations. He writes on business and political news developments in South Africa, Zimbabwe and across Africa. In a career which spans eight years, Mr Ndlovu has built up a reputation of being a high quality and authoritative media professional, reporting on Zimbabwe and in Africa. Presently, Mr Ndlovu is the Harare-based writer for the Tiso Blackstar Group, one of South Africa’s largest media companies. At the TBG, he writes for the Sunday Times, the largest weekend paper in South Africa under its flagship business newspaper, Business Times. In addition, he writes for Business Day, a highly respected daily business newspaper and Financial Mail, a weekly business magazine. As a writer for these reputable business-linked publications where his work is premium content, Mr Ndlovu has established himself as an authority and go-to person for any business executive or foreign investor which has a serious eye on Zimbabwe’s business landscape and is scanning the country for the latest trends. The exposure to international media standards has also enabled Mr Ndlovu to have a highly driven work ethic underpinned by professionalism, high quality and balance. He has also been a writer for the Mail & Guardian, City Press, African Independent. His work has been published in The Guardian (UK) and Die Spiegel (Germany), one of Europe's largest news magazines.
No one was more stunned by the events in Zimbabwe this week than Robert and Grace Mugabe.
Zimbabwe’s former vice-president‚ Emmerson Mnangagwa‚ on Tuesday morning rejected overtures from his former boss‚ President Robert Mugabe‚ to hold a meeting with him in order to discuss the present crisis engulfing the country.
The ruling Zanu-PF party has lined up a motion to impeach Zimbabwe’s unwanted veteran leader as parliament reconvenes on Tuesday.
Despite calling for all ministers to attend, only three arrived for Tuesday’s meeting; parliament is expected to pass a motion of impeachment later in the day.
A hero’s welcome awaits the former vice-president, who fled Zimbabwe after being axed by Mugabe.