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Mutambara recommends Zimbabwe to remove self-imposed sanctions

Former Zimbabwean Deputy Prime Minister and Robotics Professor Arthur G.O. Mutambara yesterday said Zimbabwe has no moral authority to talk about foreign imposed sanctions up until it removes the sanctions it has imposed on itself. In an interview with CNBC Africa, Mutambara said he is not interested on sanctions that America is imposing on us, but the self-imposed sanctions like ...

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Chamisa beware of hypocrites: Terence Simbi

An independent member of the Zimbabwean society Terence Simbi yesterday warned Movement for Democratic leader Nelson Chamisa to be very careful of his advisers like Tendai Biti, Welshman Ncube and Douglas Mwonzora in the upcoming congress. In his analysis of MDC-A Press Conference which was held at Party Headquarters on 06 March, Simbi said these people might deceive him like ...

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Matemadanda urges MDC-A to direct its energy into the right places

Deputy Minister and War Veterans’ Affairs Victor Matemadanda has warned the MDC Alliance to layover blemishing the country’s image and to call for the elimination of sanctions by United States of America . Matemadanda said the MDC-A should be patriotic and the people’s wellbeing is supposed to be of their best interest at heart. He also urged the party to ...

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MISA Zimbabwe plays ‘Matthew 7 vs 5’ on Southern Africa journos

The Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) Zimbabwe calls upon the Southern African Development Community (SADC) and the African Union (AU) to address the recent banning of media outlets in Tanzania and Zambia. In a statement, MISA Zimbabwe said it has been a challenging week for media freedom in Southern Africa. “The banning of media outlets in Tanzania and Zambia ...

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Grace Mugabe and ZANU-PF big wigs abused ZINARA funds

The former first lady Grace Mugabe and other ZANU-PF big wigs are allegedly have went on a looting spree and stole over $1 million funds from the Zimbabwe National Roads Administration (ZINARA) when Mugabe was still in power. There were cases whereby ZANU-PF big wigs abused funds for their own personal use. The issue came into light when there was ...

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Political leaders pullback from ED’s national dialogue

Opposition parties backed out of Mnangagwa’s national dialogue as they consider him boastful and also dishonest. Four opposition parties have pulled out accusing the President Mnangagwa of having dirty hands which have claimed innocent lives. Alliance Peoples Agenda (APA) President Nkosana Moyo became the 4th party to walk out of the talks, following Daniel Shumba’s United for Democratic Alliance and ...

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Chamisa warns MDC-A congress contestants

Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-A) President Nelson Chamisa yesterday warns the Congress contestants to maintain peace before ,during and after the congress as a way of teaching ZANU-PF what real democracy is. Speaking at a Press Conference which was held at the Party Headquarters, Chamisa discouraged the acts of violence, dictatorship and tyranny amongst the leaders and members of the ...

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Ncube endorses Chamisa as MDC-A Party’s President

Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-A) Vice President Professor Welshman Ncube has joined hands with other MDC-A leaders in endorsing Chamisa as the party’s President. Professor Ncube said anyone who wants to oppose Chamisa would totally become the party’s rival because Chamisa has a trump card for the party. “At this particular historical juncture to me it appears unwise for anyone ...

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War Vet claims Chamisa ignored him after July 2018 elections

War Veterans Secretary General Victor Matemadanda said Movement for Democratic Change President Nelson Chamisa is a very powerful man but he is misdirecting his energy. In an interview with New Zimbabwe.com yesterday, Matemaenda said he called Chamisa for a meeting after 30 July 2018 elections but he did not show up. “The young man is too green. A lot of ...

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United States of America tighten sanctions on Zimbabwe

The President of United States of America, Donald Trump yesterday announced the extension of illegal sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe by a further year on the basis  that President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his government have not lived up to the commitment to effecting what his government terms ‘reform.’ In a statement, the Secretary for Information and Publicity Ambasador S.K Moyo said ...

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