The footage, taken last Thursday and has two camera angles, also shows one person coming out of the smashed car, another seemingly trapped inside and people running away. (Footage by NewsDay Zimbabwe)
Soon after being shoe-horned into the top ranks of Zimbabwe's ruling party, the wife of ageing leader Robert Mugabe has gained a PhD in orphanages, seen as the latest sign that she may be destined for high office.
James Nyawo, PhD Candidate at Middlesex University, partook in the Transitional Justice Fellowship Program organized jointly by The Hague Institute for Global Justice and The Institute for Justice and Reconciliation from 23 to 27 June 2014.
This year marks 15 years of the MDC's existence. The party has been the official opposition in Zimbabwe but after suffering four splits over a decade and a half questions about its future arise. Kwangu Liwewe spoke to Morgan Tsvangirai and Tendai Biti, who is now the leader of MDC Renewal.
Zimbabwe is struggling to service its debts. Its Finance Minister, Patrick Chinamasa, says that the public has to be taxed more to help pay current and past debts. Critics however argue that tax hikes now, will kill off what little growth Zimbabwe has.
The reserve bank of Zimbabwe plans to import new coins with similar value to those currently circulating in the economy to ease a shortage of change in the economy. The country adopted a multi-currency regime in 2009 and now uses a basket of nine currencies as legal tender. CCTV's Farai Mwakutuya reports