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‘Khupe is the MDC-T boss’

MDC-T co-vice president Dr Thokozani Khupe yesterday insisted she is the acting president of the party, as per constitution and that anyone claiming the position was violating the rule book. There is an ugly fight within the MDC-T over who takes over from Mr Morgan Tsvangirai who died of cancer of the colon in a South African hospital last week ...

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Madinda close in on Sianchali

BULAWAYO giants Highlanders are closing in on former Hwange and Bulawayo City striker Newman Sianchali in their attempt to recruit an experienced striker to lead their frontline. Sianchali, who is on the books of ambitious First Division side Talen Vision, played for Bantu Rovers in the first half of the 2017 season before jumping ship to help Bulawayo City avoid ...

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Deven Engineering slapped with $300,000 lawsuit

GWERU City Council is suing Deven Engineering Private Limited for failing to deliver a Nissan UD80 lorry they bought for $300 000, for refuse collection. The company indicated to council recently that it could not deliver the vehicle since it had been phased out. According to minutes of a procurement meeting held on January 12, the local authority has since ...

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Obert Mpofu, Mliswa clash

Home Affairs Minister Dr Obert Mpofu yesterday refused to give evidence before a Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Mines and Energy regarding diamond mining activities under his watch as Mines and Mining Development Minister. Dr Mpofu vowed “never” to subject himself to a committee chaired by Mr Temba Mliswa whom he said had been using every platform to denigrate him. There ...

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Plot to unleash violence backfires

An MDC-T supporter Marshal Hodho Munetsi Chirimumimba‎ has claimed that a plot to commit violence by party youths back fired as indications have been made that they were aimed at tainting the image of the Acting President Nelson Chamisa at the funeral of the late leader Morgan Tsvangirai. “Luck ran out for a gang of youths who had been hired ...

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Army commanders want Mnangagwa to serve only one term – report

Tensions are reportedly “intensifying” between Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa and the “military clique surrounding him”. According to The Zimbabwe Independent newspaper, senior government sources indicated last week that military elements within the ruling Zanu-PF had “serious political ambitions”. It was believed that they wanted Mnangagwa to serve one term – if he won the upcoming elections – before handing over ...

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Gukurahundi testimony that makes you cry

Mrs Queen Maligwe, who was a soldier and her husband was a member of the force, says her husband was supposed to be killed during the Zimbabwe genocide era. Listen to her story to the National Peace and Reconciliation Commission.

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‘Khupe never visited Tsvangirai on his sick bed but wailed more than the bereaved at funeral’

An MDC-T supporter Albert Joe Chimimba has said it is worrying how MDC-T Vice President Thokozani Khupe wailed for the late leader Morgan Tsvangirai after his death when she did not visit him while sick. The remarks come at a time when there are squabbles over the control of the party following the death of Tsvangirai in South Africa. Tsvangirai ...

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Chamisa, vigilante or villain

The 14th of February will forever be remembered as the day many Zimbabweans lost one of their greatest gallant sons. Although a dark cloud is hanging heavily above many Zimbabweans as a result of the late president and co-founder of MDC Morgan Richard Tsvangirai one thing that is for sure is that they now need another captain to stir the ...

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Fighting for one’s independence is not tribalism

As Mthwakazi National Party (MNP), we watched the events that unfolded at Morgan Tsvangirai(MHDSRIP) funeral not with disbelief and shame as most of the Zimbabwe population describe it. But we appreciated and confirmed the fulfilment of our massage to the world as the Mthwakazi nation that the people of Mashonaland, since the creation of Zimbabwe, which on itself is an ...

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