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Mujuru berates the military

Former Vice President and current NPP leader Dr. Joyce Mujuru has blown her head off and relentlessly tore into the military labeling them as “things not worth discussing” while at the same time glorifying and encouraging General Chiwenga “to be a ZanuPF commissar”. Since entering opposition politics, Dr. Mujuru has been on a trail blazing roller coaster endlessly attacking opposition ...

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Mugabe told to come clean on Jonathan Moyo

WAR veterans have challenged President Robert Mugabe to “come clean” over Higher Education minister Jonathan Moyo’s unrestrained attacks on government programmes, as well as Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa. Moyo, a reported leading figure in a Zanu-PF faction known as G40, has repeatedly publicly savaged Mnangagwa’s alleged bid to succeed Mugabe. Yesterday, Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans’ Association secretary-general, Victor Matemadanda called ...

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English Premiership side Swansea monitoring grieving Khama

ZIMBABWE international Khama Billiat is on the radar of English Premiership side Swansea, but for now, the forward says he is battling to adjust to life without his late manager Edzai Kasinauyo. The Mamelodi Sundowns forward believes it will be hard to find another manager as honest as Kasinauyo who helped him break into the South African Premiership. Billiat joined ...

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Harare man dies at small house after ‘musombodhiya’ abuse

A 38-year-old Highfield man was found dead at his lodgings where he was cohabiting with his small house, H-Metro reported. While circumstances leading to his death are still hazy, Proud Kambembe was reported dead by his girlfriend, Mauline Muranganwa who is alleging that he could have died as a result of abuse of illicit brew musombodhiya. The deceased’s neighbours have ...

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Mujuru to dump Tsvangirai?

National People’s Party (NPP) President Joice Mujuru is set to dump Morgan Tsvangirai for Tendai Bit led Coalition of Democrats (CODE), a nine party union of smaller parties, following widening differences on strategy and who between the opposition heavyweights should lead the envisaged grand pact. CODE comprises Dumiso Dabengwa’s ZAPU, Welshman Ncube’s MDC, Tendai Biti’s PDP and a handful smaller ...

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Cde Chinx family opts for private cemetery after Zanu-PF snub

The family of the late liberation stalwart and musician Dick “Cde Chinx” Chingaira has passed on the chance to bury him at Harare Provincial Heroes Acre – instead opting to have him interred at the Glen Forest Cemetery – with his national hero status snub by Zanu-PF spilling into Parliament yesterday where the opposition wanted a special sitting to revisit ...

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Zanu-PF Politburo factions face off over Kasukuwere

Allies of Saviour Kasukuwere put up a spirited defence on Wednesday to prevent the politburo from referring the embattled Zanu-PF national political commissar’s case for further investigations by State security agents who are seen as more sympathetic to their rivals, the Daily News reported. Going into the eagerly-awaited indaba with their backs against the wall after a probe team led ...

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Cuthbert Dube’s home seized over debt

African Banking Corporation is  foreclosing former Premier Service Medical Aid Society (Psmas) chief executive officer Cuthbert Dube’s four-bed roomed home, seized after failing to settle bad debt. This comes amid a surge in foreclosures representing a new wave of distressed property seizures triggered by the ongoing financial squeeze, analysts say, with many banks no longer willing to grant struggling debtors ...

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Knives out for Dokora

PRIMARY and Secondary Education minister Lazarus Dokora has come under fire from teachers’ unions for reportedly “resorting to military tactics” in dealing with educators. Progressive Teachers’ Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) secretary-general Raymond Majongwe said Dokora had threatened to fire school heads who were not delivering quality results. “The idea of threats, attacks, blunders and orders is not synonymous with education. ...

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Chinamasa vetoes lifestyle audit

Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa said he is against the current lifestyle audit being carried out by various statutory board on a number of individuals across the country. Chinamasa said the audits which are being done to combat corruption are inaccurate and inhumane. He said instead of lifestyle audits, local authorities needed to establish a proper database documenting the country’s mansions ...

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