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Boycott Mujuru outrages Mugabe at Zanu(PF) congress

The Zanu (PF) sixth congress entered its third day today with President Robert Mugabe saying he was baffled by his deputy’s absence from the gathering. Unsurprising is the absence, considering the tirade of insults, accusations and threats the Vice President has endured from the He claimed that Mujuru, who he has accused of dabbling in witchcraft to topple him has ...

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Zanu(PF) turns ugly as Nicholas Goche quits

HARARE – Politburo heavyweight Nicholas Goche dramatically quit Zanu PF’s violent central committee elections in Bindura yesterday, charging angrily that he was now completely fed up with the ugly factional and succession wars that are devouring President Robert Mugabe’s ruling party. Goche’s sensational abandonment of the elections, which leaves his Cabinet position in doubt, came after violent hired thugs, who ...

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28 massacred by Al Shabaab in Kenya

Islamist militants ambushed a bus in Kenya on Saturday and sprayed bullets on those who failed to recite Quran verses, killing at least 28 people, authorities said. The bus, which had 60 people aboard, was heading from Mandera, near the Somali border, to the capital of Nairobi. About 20 miles into its dawn journey, militants stopped it at a hilly ...

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Mugabe resets the ZANU-PF mandate to oust embattled Joyce Mujuru

(Reuters) – Zimbabwe’s president Robert Mugabe has changed the constitution of his ruling ZANU-PF party to allow him to directly appoint his deputies, giving the 90-year-old sole power to anoint his successor, party sources said on Sunday. Until now Mugabe and his two ZANU-PF deputies have been elected by politburo members from the country’s 10 regions. The deputies automatically took ...

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Prophet Magaya “PHD All Night” stampede leaves 15 dead

KWEKWE – Fifteen people are reported dead while many others were seriously injured after a stampede at Prophet Walter Magaya’s all night crusade at Mbizo Stadium in Kwekwe this morning. The incident occured soon after the crusade, which was attended by about 15 000 congregants, when police allegedly closed other gates forcing the attendees to use a single exit point. It ...

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UNCONFIRMED: ZRP Commissioner Augustine Chihuri Resigns

Police Commissioner Augustine Chihuri last night tendered his resignation to President Mugabe as Zanu-PF infighting filters into the country’s security agencies, The Zimbabwe Mail reported. The publication claims that on Wednesday a senior government official whose name cannot be revealed told its reporter that the long serving police Commissioner who is also from the spotlight Mashonaland Central Province much affected ...

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Zanu PF “Bootlickers Club” ousts 8th Provincial Chairman

Mashonaland East Zanu-PF provincial chairperson Ray Kaukonde whose head has been on the bullseye since Dr Amai took captainship of the faction vessel steered to detour vice president Joyce Mujuru was yesterday kicked out of office through a vote of no confidence passed on him and some members of his executive. Kaukonde tallies the number of ousted provincial chairs to ...

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Diplomatic Vice President Mujuru outsmarts paranoid rivals

With stakes weighing heavily against her, Republic of Zimbabwe vice president Dr. Joyce Mujuru has broken her deafening silence with a passionately and diplomatic statement which addresses bizarre allegations that have been thrown towards her. In her statement, she clearly outlines her conviction, position of loyalty and ambition. Her position is one no one could envy to be, with the ...

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Floods batter Harare’s forgotten streets

Heavy rains that swept through the country as the seasons turned have brought a brutal force in the capital which didn’t spare misery to all within its paths. The city officially recorded a flood today, with many cars, market stalks and low level businesses left drenched not only it heavenly wet substances but the rot that the forgotten sewer system ...

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Tsvangirai spins the wheel on Chamisa Coup D’etat

Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai yesterday hinted that Nelson Chamisa could be co-opted into the MDC national executive. The former prime minister told the Daily News in an exclusive interview in Harare yesterday that the 36-year-old’s sudden fall from power does not mean he stops taking a prominent role in the MDC. Chamisa, touted as a potential successor to Tsvangirai, is ...

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