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Mliswa blast Mutsvangwa over his RBZ sentiments

Temba Mliswa the member for parliament for Norton constituency has blasted Christopher Mutsvangwa over his comments about the corruption taking place at the Bank. This comes after Mutsvangwa had given all the blame on Tagwirei for been corrupt and receiving the money for fuel. Temba Mliswa had this to comment on his twitter account today. “I think it’s really time ...

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“Zimbabwe Open for Craziness” Chamisa

The Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-Alliance) leader Nelson Chamisa held a press conference criticizing the current situation which he said is leading to craziness  in the country.The press conference was held today at Richard Morgan Tsvangirai building in Harare. Chamisa said everything that is happening now is because of the absence of leadership as a result of the behavior of ...

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Mangudya and Mthuli not to blame for corruption at RBZ: Lumumba

Newly appointed chairman of the Ministry of Finance communications task force Acie Lumumba has accused senior Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe officials of running a foreign currency cartel at the central bank. In his video last night on Facebook he dined that Mthuli Ncube and John Mangudya are not to blame for the corruption at the RBZ. Lumumba named RBZ Director ...

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Chiwenga to rest before bouncing back to the office

President Emmerson Mnangagwa  yesterday visited VP Chiwenga and his wife Mary at their residence following their return from South Africa, where they were receiving treatment. George Charamba said Health and Child Care Deputy Minister Dr  John Mangwiro who had accompanied  the VP Chiwenga  and his wife  to South Africa  briefed the President that  the V P needed time to rest ...

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Mliswa warns Norton Councillors over corruption

The Member of Parliament for Norton Constituency has warned the Norton Town Councillors to desist from any form of corruption. He has since oversighted that on his twitter handle this morning that no form of corruption is allowed. “A lot of talk is made about corruption at the top but we must all make sure that our houses are clean. ...

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Chamisa attacks the arrest of ZCTU leaders

Nelson Chamisa the president for the leading opposition party Movement for Democratic Change (MDC Alliance) has attacked the arrest of ZCTU leaders.Zimbabwean trade union leaders have been arrested ahead of planned nationwide protests against the continued deterioration of the Zimbabwean economy, effectively placing the city of Harare under lockdown. “The arrest of ZCTU President Mutasa & other Labour leaders by ...

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V.P Chiwenga dismisses poor health allegations

Vice President Costantino Guveya Chiwenga has responded to the  allegations that are on social media concerning his health. He has responded to the fake news via his twitter handle today. He wrote on his twitter handle that: “Do not believe the rumours circulating on social media about my health conditions.” This came after there were allegations that the vice president ...

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Teargas & Water Cannons in Harare streets as police, council and vendors clash.

Story by Kudzai Tigere Harare turned to a battle ground on Thursday, after a bid by the council and police to remove vendors on the streets was met with resistance from a furious group of vendors. Council launched the operation to clean up the city on Sunday in a move to de-congest the city as it was now crowded. Harare ...

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Government will not last 2 years in Office: Mkwananzi

Promise Mkwananzi the leader of activist social movement #Tajamuka/Sesijikile has spoken out his views on the clampdown on Vendors by the Zimbabwe’s Armed Forces in a press conference held today at the Media Centre in Harare. During the press conference he strongly criticised the use of the police in removing the vendor and he mentioned that the government must have find ways ...

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Mudede used to control elections: Magaisa

The retirement of Tobaiwa Mudede has come become one of the trending stories on the social as people are revealing hoe they feel about such a retirement. His retirement was approved yesterday by His Excellency President Emmerson Mnangagwa. The President approved the retirement of about nine permanent secretaries and principal directories from the Public Service. Alex Magaisa who was Tsvangirai’s ...

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