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Zim revives fuel pipeline deal with Botswana

ZIMBABWE has revived plans to extend its Feruka fuel pipeline to Francistown in Botswana, businessdigest can reveal. Plans to stretch to Francistown the Feruka fuel pipeline, which links Zimbabwe and Mozambique, were shelved as relations between Harare and Gaborone deteriorated during the twilight years of former President Robert Mugabe’s 37-year rule. Botswana’s President Ian Khama was an outspoken critic of ...

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Tsvangirai’s widow forced to leave after burial

Morgan Tsvangirai’s widow Elizabeth was forced to leave Humanikwa Village in Buhera soon after the burial of her husband, unable to attend post-burial ceremonies after suffering relentless abuse at the hands of her late spouse’s family members. The torment endured by Tsvangirai’s wife has been roundly condemned as “nothing short of a disgrace”. The widow built the courage to make ...

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‘Corruption won’t be tolerated,’ says Obert Mpofu

HOME Affairs minister, Obert Mpofu says the new political dispensation which has seen the assumption of power by President Emmerson Mnangagwa needs people who are not corrupt. He was giving the closing marks Wednesday at the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) reception ceremony for equipment hired from South Africa to compliment the company’s decrepit stock. The former minister of mines ...

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Chamisa was just Tsvangirai’s PA

THE MDC-T leadership feud looks set to go to the wire after party Vice President Thokozani Khuphe vowed Wednesday to take acting party leader Nelson Chamisa head-on. According to NewZimbabwe.com, Khuphe described the opposition’s disputed new leader as no more than late President Morgan Tsvangirai’s personal assistant. She was speaking during an interview with Voice of America’s Studio 7. The ...

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I never got cards in Zimbabwe, says Hadebe

Kaizer Chiefs defender Teenage Hadebe has admitted that the Premier Soccer League has been a big step up for him‚ with the game in South Africa played at a much higher tempo than in Zimbabwe. Hadebe‚ signed at the start of the season‚ only broke into the first team at Chiefs in November having been signed from Chicken Inn with ...

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MDC-T BYO Youth Province blasts thugs who assaulted Khupe

Bulawayo MDC-T youths have condemned the attack on party Vice President Thokozani Khupe by fellow youths describing it as barbaric. “We are very saddened and really at loss of words with what transpired at the burial of the peoples hero Dr Richard Morgan Tsvangirai, where unrully elements who continuously masquerade as “Vanguards” of the party,attacked the Vice president Dr khupe, ...

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Why is Chamisa afraid of the Congress?

As a dissatisfied group of MDC-T from Matebeleland North, we are worried by Chamisa’s avoidance of the Congress to choose the President. We are of the feeling that only the Congress must decide who will lead. What is even more disturbing is the allegations that he (Chamisa) is busy promising provincial chairs money to bring the right people to fullfill ...

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Looting at Tsvangirai’s burial

Hungry supporters of the late MDC president Morgan Tsvangirai looted bread vans, breached security fences and beat up some of the party leaders during his burial on a chaotic rainy day. With trucks that were supposed to bring food having being trapped in muddy ruts, supporters of the late veteran politician initially started the day by ransacking bread vans and ...

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Chamisa moves to consolidate his grip on MDc-T

MDC-T acting president, Nelson Chamisa, has summoned the opposition party’s provincial and district executives for a meeting in Harare today, as he moves to consolidate his grip on power following a vicious campaign by his rivals Thokozani Khupe and Elias Mudzuri to discredit his appointment by the national council last week. The meeting follows the burial of party leader, Morgan ...

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Coach fined for indecent assault

BULAWAYO City coach Ali ‘Baba’ Dube was slapped with a fine on criminal insult charges after he verbally attacked a woman calling her a ‘lady of loose morals’. Dube, a celebrated veteran junior development coach, who has worked extensively with Railstars FC and Highlanders is employed by Bulawayo City, which he joined as an Under 18s coach at the beginning ...

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