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Biti, Gutu draw Election battle-lines

With Save (Morgan Tsvangirai) incapacitated by colon cancer he is receiving treatment to in South Africa, the house of MDC-T and MDC-Alliance is beginning to crack with muscle-flexing and the fire of leadership divide. Only a few days ago, a faction led by the former Deputy Prime Minister of Zimbabwe and Vice President of MDC-T Dr. Thokozane Khupe boycotted a ...

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Mzembi, Udenge lawyers “bark-back” at court

FORMER Foreign Affairs minister Walter Mzembi and erstwhile Energy and Power Development ministers Samuel Undenge today appeared at Harare magistrate court for routine remand. Through their lawyers, Job Sikhala and Alec Muchadehama, respectively, the pair has put the State on notice that they will make applications for their clients on the next remand date. Muchadehama submitted that he will make ...

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Maridadi blast “wolves” ZanuPF praising the Croco

The firebrand MDC-T member of Parliament James Maridadi MP has blasted the hypocritical Zanu PF senior cadres he claim were snubbing President ED Mnangagwa during his tough times and expulsion under the rulership of Robert Mugabe, yet are today purpoting to be his strongest supporters. Debating the motion in Parliament earlier today, Maridadi spared no words and fell slightly short ...

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Chiwenga ‘acting’ President as Lacoste flies out

Vice president General Constantino Chiwenga (Rtd) has taken over the country’s Presidency, while President Emmerson Mnangagwa leaves for Windhoek, Namibia on a diplomatic tour. The state media said Mnangagwa flew to Namibia on Monday, to brief his counterpart President Hage Geingob on his recent assumption of office as the President of the country. Mnangagwa is on the 3rd leg of ...

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Zimbabwe 2018 legal year opens

The 2018 legal year opens today, with the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) holding ceremonies in Harare, Bulawayo and Masvingo. Chief Justice Luke Malaba will officially open the main gathering at Mashonganyika Building, which houses the Supreme and Constitutional Courts in Harare. He will preside over the legal year opening ceremony for the first time since his appointment to the esteemed ...

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ED outwitts Bob, refuses to fall in trap

Ousted Vice President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa who the embattled President Robert Mugabe was desperately hoping to return home and enter dialogue to save his skin has outwitted him, refusing to return owing to uncertain personal security. Read the full Press Release here:  ED MUNANGAGWE PRESS STATEMENT 21 NOV Mugabe who through the years has been notoriously rumoured to ruthlessly eliminate ...

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Exiled Mnangagwa son escapes ‘accident’.

Just hours after learning the fired former Vice President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa popularly known as “Ngwena” had in fact eluded the police and state security agencies appearing at an airport in China, his son, Lameck Mnanganwa was this morning involved in a headon road collision in Kadoma. Social media immediately picked the story, with many raising eyebrows to the convenient ...

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WHY MNANGAGWA MAY NOT RISE AGAINST OR DIRECTLY CHALLENGE MUGABE!

Story by Advocate Jonathan Chando A lot of conspiracy theories have been thrown across the social media as it emerged that Mnangagwa was imminently going to get the boot and immediately after the boot. Some have created false narratives concerning the armed forces and some consistently denying that he had been dropped. Now that he is no longer the state ...

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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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