Politics

Temba Mliswa invites Kasukuwere

Norton Member of Parliament Temba Mliswa has invited former ZANU PF Political Commissar Saviour Kasukuwere to come to Zimbabwe and lead his political formation from home ground. Kasukuwere’s volunteers running under the brand #TysonWabantu Movement besieged Bulawayo on Thursday where they staged a massive roadshow and door to door campaign targeted and recruiting more members and making people aware of ...

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General Chiwenga calls for a home grown solution

General Constantino Chiwenga has called for home grown solution to the problems affecting the country. Chiwenga who was speaking at State House on Monday said, “Let me, therefore, reiterate His Excellency’s view that as Zimbabweans we are capable of finding enduring solutions to our own challenges. As such, home-grown solutions are to be pursued than international mediation that other parties ...

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Chiwenga to take over Presidency after ZANU PF December conference

General Chiwenga is set to take over as Acting president of the country in December when President Emmerson Mnangagwa takes his annual leave. The Vice President who has been away on a medical pilgrimage in South Africa, India and China returned in the country looking visibly strong. ZANU PF sources told this reporter that close allies of President Emmerson Mnangagwa ...

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Mnangagwa faces ZANU PF Conference price headache

The President heads to a ZANU PF National Conference where the issue of prices is set to take centre stage as prices affect the proverbial bread and butter issues. The President will have address the ZANU PF structures on prices and the way forward. The affordability of basic commodities is a national security and political issue which requires wisdom and ...

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Chamisa warns Mnangagwa again

OPPOSITION leader Nelson Chamisa has warned that the country risks being plunged into civil war if citizens are pushed to retaliate against the escalating brutality by security forces, the Daily News reports. This comes as the military has warned ominously that it is becoming concerned by unspecified threats to the peace currently being enjoyed in the country. The Zimbabwe National ...

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Attack on lawyers shocks MDC

The MDC is so shocked and disgusted by yet another senseless attack and harassment of legal practitioners in the course of their duty representing their clients as provided for in terms of the Constitution of Zimbabwe. Messrs Coltart and Jeremiah Bhamu have a right and in fact obligation to provide legal services to any client who seeks their assistance. In ...

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Lets not delude ourselves – ordinary Zimbabweans played no role in Mugabe removal! It was purely a coup d’etat!

As Zimbabwe remembers the second anniversary of the ‘resignation’ of long-time dictator Robert Gabriel Mugabe on 21 November 2017 – marking the end of his 37 year reign of terror – it is shocking how easily and quickly history has been distorted in order to fit a deceptive narrative that seeks to portray events that captured the entire world for ...

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General Chiwenga and Kasukuwere combination excites Zimbabweans

The return of General Constantino Chiwenga back into the country has excited many Zimbabweans, with many raising hopes that the General has come to fix the country that he took over from the late President Robert Mugabe. General Chiwenga looks as fit as a fiddle after having suffered from severe poisoning which nearly cost him his life. There are already ...

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Zimbabwe in the right direction, says Mohadi

Government is placing strong emphasis on reviving key economic sectors through the promotion of production-oriented investment and implementing initiatives targeted at enhancing the performance of State enterprises and parastatals. This was said by Vice President Kembo Mohadi during the 7th edition of the Excellence in Corporate Governance Awards held in Harare on Thursday night. The annual awards ceremony is organised ...

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Mnangagwa’s Lacoste holding ‘bush meetings’ again: Trouble in the paradise!

Once you see the Lacoste faction holding meetings in the farms you know that the politics of Zimbabwe have entered turbulent waters again. The last time these meetings happened, the writing was on the tea mug. “I’m the Boss” inscription was on the tea cup. Holding the cup was Emmerson Mnangagwa, standing next to him was Energy Mutodi. It is ...

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