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Kenya re-Decides2017: 17 October 2017 confirmed

Nairobi- Kenya’s election commission on Monday set October 17 as the date for a new vote ordered by the Supreme Court when it canceled the results of an August poll won by President Uhuru Kenyatta. Kenyatta won the August 8 vote by 1.4 million votes. The court on Friday said the election commission had not followed proper procedures and ordered ...

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ZANU PF flexes muscle in Harare

Once again Harare was brought to a near stand-still on Wednesday as ZANU PF supporters from across the country marched through the streets of the city at a short notice call by the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association. Thousands of men and women dressed in their party regalia gathered at several points on the outskirts of Harare and the ...

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SA Int’l relations Minister justifies Grace-(full) “immunity”

DURBAN – Speaker Baleka Mbete received a letter from International Relations Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane setting out the reasons for granting diplomatic immunity to Zimbabwean First Lady Grace Mugabe, her office said on Thursday. The reasons given in the letter include “South Africa’s relations with our states in the region, in particular Zimbabwe, as well as the need to ensure a ...

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National People’s Party (NPP) National Inauguration Convention

  National People’s Party held their awaited National Inaugural Convention yesterday where hundreds of NPP partisans gathered to petition Dr Joice Mujuru declaring that she is standing in the race for President in the upcoming 2018 elections  and officially launching the party constitution into full effect. Youth Chairperson Lyod Masiya said,”the presence of all the ten provinces  give credence to ...

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NPP signs an Electoral Alliance

This is a press statement by the National People’s Party President Dr Joice Mujuru on the occasion of the signing of the Electoral Alliance agreement between NPP and DARE Good morning ladies and gentleman.Welcome to our agreement signing ceremony of the Electoral Alliance between National Peoples Party (NPP) and Democratic Assembly for Restoration and Empowerment (DARE). It is almost four ...

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Mujuru tours Mashonaland East

Today Wednesday the 14th ,the President of NPP Dr Joice Teurai Ropa Mujuru embarked on a meet the people tour in Mashonaland East, kicking off from Domboshava. The tour started with a visit to Goromonzi West also known as Domboshava.She arrived at Showground business centre at 10:00 in the morning where she was met with enthusiasm and ullutation. She toured ...

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Zim-Cash crisis: People spend nights in the cold

Zimbabwe’s never ending financial problem appears to have worsened again as banks further restrict availability of money every day forcing  poor innocent citizens to sleep outside banks waiting to withdraw their hard earned money. The failure of so many banks combined with a general loss of confidence in the economy has led to a thriving black market where cash in ...

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Former VP Mujuru leads delegation to Un Women Forum

Forum organized by African Union Commission and UN Women, with the support of Germany, outlines road-map for women in governance, peace and security UN Women, the African Union Commission, and the Permanent Mission of Germany on Friday 02 June 2017 launched the African Women Leaders Network, a ground-breaking initiative that seeks to enhance the leadership of women in the transformation of ...

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Mujuru shines at SHEROES forum in Ghana

Zimbabwe’s former Vice President and leader of the National People’s Party challenging Robert Mugabe’s thirty seven year rule of the country, Dr Joice Teurai Ropa Mujuru drew cheers at the Sheroes Forum which ended this past Saturday in Accra Ghana where she was the Guest Speaker. In her maiden speech, Mujuru who is contesting to unseat her former boss, in ...

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Grand Coalition as Zim-Opposition leaders sign MOU

Merely a day after Zimbabwe celebrated its 37th independence event from the British colonial rule to whence the country has been led by ZANU PF party, the leaders of the two most influential opposition parties have drawn and signed a Memorandum of Understanding drawing a road-map to a grand coalition that may see President Robert Mugabe and his Zanu PF ...

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