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Mwonzora justifies himself

Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-A) Secretary General Douglas Mwonzora, dismissed allegations by some his party officials that he is being funded by ZANU-PF to contest MDC-A leader Nelson Chamisa. In an interview with Larry Kwirirayi of ZiFM Stereo  yesterday Mwonzora denies allegations by some MDC officials that Zanu PF is supporting him because he is a weak candidate who is ...

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Minister Prisca Mupfumira accused of stealing NSSA funds

Member of Parliament of Norton Constituency Temba Mliswa has accused Environment, Tourism and Hospitality Industry Minister Hon Mupfumira for stealing and misusing NSSA funds to control ZANU-PF officials. He said that old people are suffering yet funds are being misused. He also said the “Open for Business” mantra is being made a mockery by corrupt people like Mupfumira. Mliswa’s statement ...

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Chamisa cheers Botswana for health aid

Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-A) expressed his gratitude to the President of Botswana for assisting Zimbabwe with medical supplies at a time the country is clashing against a health crisis. Posting on social media yesterday, Chamisa said he noted that Botswana brought gifts to Zimbabwe while he was not around. “Happy to be back in Zimbabwe! While I was away, ...

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MDC –A youths request to die for Chamisa

Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-A ) Youth Assembly Harare Province said anyone who tries to challenge President Nelson Chamisa in the upcoming elective Congress is declaring himself an enemy of progress in Zimbabwe. Speaking at the press briefing today, the youth leaders agreed not to support any other president that will be elected at the Congress which was dated for ...

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Ziyambi indicts Chamisa for 01 August military terror

Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Ziyambi Ziyambi tells United Nations (UN) that the leader of Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-A) Nelson Chamisa is the one who caused 01 August military violence. Speaking before UN Human Rights Council, Ziyambi said after the 2018 July elections ,Chamisa decided to cause violence because he was not happy with the results, as ...

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ZANU PF women’s league fumes over Mugabe’s defamatory statement against ED

ZANU PF Women’s League criticizes former President of Zimbabwe Robert Mugabe for bad mouthing President Emmerson Mnangagwa on his birthday celebrations at the blue roof mansion. The women’s league endorsed Mnangagwa for being a good President who has managed to improve the economy, political unrest in the country and he also supports women in taking politics. The secretary of ZANU ...

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Kirsty Coventry dragged to court over COSAFA Tournament

Zimbabwe National Soccer Supporters Association (ZNSSA) leader Eddie Nyatanga yesterday filed an application with High Court in Harare in quest of a Declaratory Order to have 2019 COSAFA Cup held in Zimbabwe. The Minister of Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation, Kirsty Coventry will be the respondent in the matter. Nyatanga’s application reads:               On ...

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Mawarire exposes Zimbabwe government

Activist Pastor Evan Mawarire today said the government of Zimbabwe is self-centred, biased, greedy and corrupt whereby those on power are enjoying more than ordinary people. In an interview with Skype, Mawarire said leaders are living luxurious life, spending more money,  travelling to many different countries in search of medical treatment and buying expensive cars whilst the economic situation is ...

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Prison guards arrested for organizing sex for Kereke

Two prison guards at Chikurubi Maximum appeared in court yesterday for allegedly allowing Munyaradzi Kereke to be involved in sexual activities with his young wife. It came to light after it was discovered that she was pregnant. Senior Assistant Chomurenga, Assistant Mutiwarenga and a Chief Prison Officer Chiparaushe were forced to step down following the allegations. Munyaradzi Kereke who was ...

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Government to spend 150,000 litres of fuel on solidarity march

Zimbabwe African National Union (Patriotic Front) (ZANU-PF) is set to hold a solidarity march in support of His Excellency Emmerson Mnangagwa on the 2nd of March. In a statement Zanu Pf secretary for Commissariat Retired General Dr E.A. Rugeje said the party is going to provide 150,000 litres of fuel to bus people from all provinces to Harare for the ...

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