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Mnangagwa expands Cabinet

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday reshuffled his Cabinet and expanded his administration by splitting the Home Affairs ministry in his second reshuffle since the election in July last year. Nqobizitha Mangaliso Ndlovu has been moved from Industry and Commerce ministry to the renamed Environment, Climate Change, Tourism and International Trade ministry to replace Prisca Mupfumira who was fired in August as ...

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Diaspora Perspective of Mnangagwa and Zimbabwe

Something big is happening to Emmerson Mnangagwa he has come to realisation that his approval ratings  have slumped. With the public confidence at its lowest. The mega deals have not materialised and to divert attention he quickly had to reshuffle his cabinet. With the ousting of Robert Mugabe in the 2017 coup, there was hope for a change of course, ...

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Parly to buy MPs laptops by year end

PARLIAMENT has undertaken to buy laptops for all legislators before the end of the year as Government intensifies its Electronic Government (e-government) drive through the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). Government launched e-government to enhance online connectivity and improve public service delivery as well as modernise Government systems and processes. Addressing a pre-budget seminar held here recently, the ...

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Serial car battery thief break into cops’ vehicles

A SERIAL car battery thief, who was doing community service for theft at Pumula Police Station in Bulawayo, has been sentenced to 18 months in prison after he broke into cops’ vehicles and stole more batteries. Godknows Moyo (24) from Pumula suburb stole three car batteries from vehicles belonging to Mqondisi Nkala (38), Last Masamba (29) and Alson Mpofu (45). ...

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What Zimbabwe needs now Mr President

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Govt opens help desk for small-scale miners

MINES minister Winston Chitando has revealed that government has opened a special department in the Mines ministry to deal with issues relating to small-scale miners, popularly known as makorokoza. “We are glad to announce that my ministry has opened what we call the small-scale miners desk,” Chitando said at the just-ended Zimbabwe Miners Federation (ZMF) annual conference in Gweru. “This ...

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Govt opens help desk for small-scale miners

MINES minister Winston Chitando has revealed that government has opened a special department in the Mines ministry to deal with issues relating to small-scale miners, popularly known as makorokoza. “We are glad to announce that my ministry has opened what we call the small-scale miners desk,” Chitando said at the just-ended Zimbabwe Miners Federation (ZMF) annual conference in Gweru. “This ...

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Zanu PF accused of meddling in Buse SRC polls

Zanu PF has been fingered in the chaos over the Bindura University of Science Education (Buse) students representative committee (SRC) elections which have been postponed indefinitely. The elections were supposed to be held on Monday after the suspension of the incumbent executive aligned to Zinasu. Buse SRC president Nelson Madondo and five of his executive members were recently suspended for ...

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With all said and done dialouge no longer possible without external force

Too much has already been said and done by our current political protagonist that dialogue between President Nelson Chamisa’s MDC-A and President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s Zanu-PF is no longer possible without an external force. The first issue of unresolved contention was who between the two parties is to call for the dialogue process. The two party’s positions have remained the same ...

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Is Kasukuwere, Nkosana Moyo reincarnate?

During the July 2018 electioneering period, one of the 23 presidential hopefuls and leader of the Alliance for the People’s Agenda (APA), Nkosana Moyo, introduced an unorthodox campaign plan which entailed engaging citizens through interactive meetings and walkabouts, as part of his strategy to dislodge Zanu PF from power. Moyo argued that the conventional ways of organising rallies were outdated ...

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