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‘US must stop reading only the text of MDC-T,’ says Mnangagwa

The United States should make decisions on Zimbabwe from an informed position and stop reading only the text of opposition political parties that are afraid of elections, President Mnangagwa has said. He said the US, which last week proposed multiple prescriptive reforms as a precondition for re-engagement with Zimbabwe, should have an appreciation of the situation on the ground to ...

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ZESN should stop making pointless claims

It is worrisome that the Zimbabwe Election Support Network (ZESN) recently claimed that it was concerned with the ‘unusual’ higher numbers of registered voters in alleged Zanu-PF’s stronghold. ZESN has been known for decampaigning the ruling Government and its programmes that have anything to do with elections. Its argument that there are unusually increased numbers of voters who registered in ...

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Chamisa urges BYO Councilors to prioritize service delivery

President Adv Nelson Chamisa today held a meeting with Bulawayo City councilors committees to discuss issues affecting the second largest city where the people’s President exhorted the city fathers to prioritize service delivery to the people. The people’s President told the councilors that the thrust of responsible local governance rests on accountability, transparency and service delivery. President Chamisa said it ...

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Zimbabwe teachers protest

Zimbabwe teachers took to the streets today demanding better salaries.

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Chamisa, a dictator in the making

Little by little, Nelson Chamisa is exhibiting traits of a dictator, he is imposing conditions on the MDC-T party and its members, making unilateral decisions and going back on his word, one too many times. If this is left to continue, Chamisa will soon turn the MDC-T into his own chase board where he will be calling the shots without ...

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Mnangagwa calls African leaders to shift focus

President Emmerson Mnangagwa says the current crop of political leaders in Africa now need to shift focus from political nationalism to economic nationalism and the integration of economies in order to develop their respective countries. President Mnangagwa and his Ivorian counterpart President Alassane Quattara held bilateral talks at the Presidential Palace today. The closed-door meeting took close to an hour. ...

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Schools inspector in court over fraud

The District Schools Inspector (DSI) Mazowe District has been hauled to Guruve magistrate court on three counts of fraud with his two accountants. The public prosecutor Albert Mazhindu told the court that the DSI Godfrey Chari (55) together with two accountants Maxwel Chigede and Oscar Machipisa allegedly duped the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education undisclosed cash from the period ...

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Zimbabwe eyes electronic company registration by July

Zimbabwe will soon introduce an electronic registry for the establishment of domestic and foreign companies in line with the provisions of the proposed new companies act. The old companies act has seen Zimbabwe lagging behind on investment and development. The Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs, Ziyambi Ziyambi told captains of industry and commerce the draft companies and other ...

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Bus driver caught with 16 passports at Beitbridge border post

There are unconfirmed reports that yesterday night at the Beitbridge border post a bus driver was caught with 16 Zimbabwean passports by the SA Revenue Service (SARS) scanner official. It is alleged that the bus driver had put the passports in his bag and the scanner rang several times pointing that there are suspicious documents in the bag. The driver ...

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‘Mnangagwa protecting looters’

Zimbabwe’s main opposition leader has accused President Emmerson Mnangagwa of having “uneasy links” with several companies that have externalised funds, says a report. During his campaign rally over the weekend outside of Harare, MDC presidential hopeful Nelson Chamisa claimed to be in possession of a list of companies that the president had links with, the privately owned New Zimbabwe.com reported. ...

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