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Zanu pf bootlickers or prodigal sons

President Mugabe has a lot of bootlickers. Some of them have even compared the nonagenarian leader to Jesus Christ! Webster Shamu even claimed that if he had the option to choose his parents he would have chosen to be Mugabe’s child! Interestingly most of these bootlickers happen to be ‘prodigal sons’ too! Before they became fierce defenders and beneficiaries of ...

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Why African Youth Should Participate in Politics

Africa is a unique continent with many positive indicators for growth and expansion, threateningly knocking on the doors of the Asian tigers to overrun them and become the next big phenomenon in the world .For Africans to realise this dream and not go another 100 years walking in potential, there are some fundamental issues that we have to ruthlessly deal ...

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Petty Obama plays race card as Pyongyang fires back

United States and President Barack Obama are livid with North Korea claiming the impoverished nation’s administration has called the President “monkey” and blamed Washington on Saturday for Internet outages it has experienced during a confrontation with the United States over the hacking of the film studio Sony Pictures.The National Defence Commission, the North’s ruling body chaired by state leader Kim Jong ...

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When the mighty fall, former Ivory Coast First Lady stands trial

In a story that most certainly is giving Zimbabwe’s increasingly powerful first lady Dr. Grace Marufu Mugabe sleepless nights and stomach churns, Ivory Coast’s former first lady along with 82 civilians and soldiers has begun trial for her part in the 2010 disputed elections and the following resistance that ended throwing the west African country into civil war. Laurent Gbagbo, would ...

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“I have nothing but respect for my mentor, Mnangagwa”: fired Fortune Chasi

Former Zimbabwe Deputy Justice Minister Fortune Chasi, fired by President Robert Mugabe on Sunday for alleged incompetence, says he will remain a member of the ruling party and there is no bad blood between him and newly-minted Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa. Mnangagwa replaced his longtime rival, former Vice President Joice Mujuru who was fired two weeks ago by President Robert ...

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“Ngwena” take charge as Mugabe holidays

Recently appointed first Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who is dubbed ‘Ngwena – his totem, is effectively acting President since yesterday as President Robert Mugabe left the country for the Far East for his annual holiday, leaving the crocodile to test the waters. The 90-year-old leader of the Southern African country trips often to Malaysia and Singapore for  routine health checks and undisclosed treatments ...

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VP Phelekezela Mphoko dodges death in Road Collision

One has to start wondering if their genuinely is a plot on the lives of those occupying the office of Vice President of the Republic of Zimbabwe. Barely hours after being named Vice President, Emmerson Mnangagwa narrowly escaped cynaine poisoning in his office. Now hours after being sworn in in, his fellow Vice President is involved in a road traffic ...

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Mugabe Cabinet Reshuffle, the official list

Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe has released the structural adjustment to his cabinet with the notable appointment of Emmerson Mnangagwa as first Vice President of the Republic of Zimbabwe alongside little known Phelekezela Mphoko as second Vice President. This comes at the wake of relieving Joice Mujuru of the VP post. Before the dust of the reshuffle is yet to settle, ...

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Mugabe uses a non existent Constitutional clause to fire embattled Mujuru

VOA Radio Studio 7’s Blessing Zulu scooped the coveted first exclusive to speak to the recently terminated former Zimbabwe Vice President Dr. Joice Teurai Ropa Mujuru following the dramatic events that saw her thrown to the wayside. Mujuru, who alongside her late husband and many colleagues of her cadre walked shoulder to shoulder with the 90yr old leader fell from ...

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Zanu (PF) leadership soap new twist as Mugabe appoints Vice Presidents

Zimbabwe ruler Robert Mugabe yesterday after dropping guillotine on his already thinned ruling party that saw the firing of the now former Vice President Joice Teurai Ropa Mujuru as handsomely rewarded some key loyalists to his now visibly powerful wife Dr Grace Mugabe’s power campaign. Edna Madzongwe, who in her capacity as Senate president played a spin role in elevating ...

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