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Winnie “Mandikizela” Mandela dies at 81

SOUTH African anti-apartheid campaigner Winnie Madikizela-Mandela has died aged 81, her family have confirmed. “She succumbed peacefully in the early hours of Monday afternoon surrounded by her family and loved ones,” the family said in a statement. The ex-wife of Nelson Mandela was known as “mother of the nation” and had been admitted to hospital in January with a kidney ...

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NSSA kicks out Board chair Robbin Vela

Dramatic events at the National Social Security Authority have left the country stunned as the Minister of Labour and Social Welfare, Priscilla Kangonye (MP) sensationally fires the maverick Chairman of the Board, Robin Vela. A letter dated 27 March 2018 and signed by the Minister was precise and shed no light on the merits of the immediate dismissal. Vela who ...

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Chamisa unveils innovative Road to Victory (R2V) platforms

Advocate Nelson Chamisa will launch a weekly series dubbed Road to Victory (R2V) which is an interactive platform to share ideas and his vision for the imminent new Zimbabwe that sets in after the watershed forthcoming plebiscite. According to the statement that was given by the  Presidential Spokesperson of the MDC T Luke Tamborinyoka, he mentioned that the series will ...

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MDC-T must nullify all primary elections results

Jacob Ngarivhume the President for Transform Zimbabwe has forwarded a request to the MDC Alliance that, MDC-T must nullify all the primary election results for the Constituencies allocated to his party and make an unequivocal undertaking that there will be no MDC-T candidates contesting in seats allocated to Alliance partners. This issue was raised by the Transform Zimbabwe Party today ...

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MDC guillotine falls on Khupe and others as MDC cleans house

The Nelson Chamisa led MDc party that has since the fall of Morgan Richard Tsvangirai been rocked by divisions, power fights and unprecedented violence today read the riot act and rolled heads as it took up house-keeping. The exercise, conducted by the National Council, perceived as the highest decision making body in the labour backed political outfit claimed several scalps ...

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More critics for Mugabe

Following the recent interview by many foreign media houses the former President Robert Mugabe has attracted more critics for himself. In his interview Mugabe mentioned that his resignation out of the presidential office was fostered by a coup detat and that the current President Emmerson Mnangagwa was improper and illegal to the position that he is holding. He added that ...

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President E.D Mnangagwa gives 2 weeks to money looters

His Excellency, the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa officially opened the Zimbabwe Trade and Investment Conference and Expo today at the Harare International Conference Centre  today. In his key note address the President said that Zimbabwe is open for business and investors are welcome to come and do business.  He highlighted that Zimbabwe is politically stable ...

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Chamisa blast Mnangagwa’s 100 days

The acting  president of Movement for Democratic Change  Advocate Nelson Chamisa  held a press conference today at the MDC headquarters in Harare. In the press conferences Chamisa  brought to light his views of the first 100 days of the current president E.D Mnangagwa in the office. “The hundred days have been a hundred days of disappointment, hundred days of misses, ...

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Big farewell for Tsvangirai

The Movement for Democratic Change supporters met earlier today at Freedom Square in Harare to bid farewell to the party founding President and former Prime Minister of the republic of Zimbabwe, the late Dr Morgan R Tsvangirai. The supporters gathered as early as 9am at the ground where they were entertained by Sulumani Chimbetu and Allan Chimbetu among others. In ...

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Tsvangirai family saga: Details begin to emerge

The death of Morgan Richard Tsvangirai has come as a heavy blow beyond his family, it is not surprising that the spotlight would come with it fair share of drama. It had come as a puzzle to so many that the late Morgan Tsvangirai’s widow, Elizabeth Macheka Tsvangirai appear to have been taking the heaviest fall, from her brother in ...

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