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Post-election killings: fingers on Chamisa

“I see the effort to nail the innocent exonerating the guilty, a play to weaken and eliminate MDC and faces in the democratic alternative, soon you will see vindictive arrests, hired witnesses making stories and victimise “reads Chamisa’s tweet. All testimonies that were given before the commission of inquiry are pointing fingers on Nelson Chamisa and his party the Movement ...

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Post-election commission mired with shocking lies

Post the July 30 Zimbabwe Harmonised Election and August 1st shooting in Harare, several senior members of the government have been summoned before the President appointed commission of inquiry for testimonies especially those regarding the violence and fatal shootings. Zimbabwe Electoral Commission Chairperson Justice Priscilla Chigumba was the first to take the stand and testified that the violence leading to ...

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Letwina Bhindy Fushai: A life lived for many

Oustspoken Canada exiled Zimbabwean socialite, author and mother Letwina Bhindy Fushai today lost her publicly fought battle cardiac failure battle according to a post on a social media penned by her daughter Chido. Fushai, who never shied away from her lamentations of how Zimbabwe decayed in the hands of Mugabe-led Zanu PF administration which in her words caused the massive ...

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Supa Mandiwanzira given $2000 bail

The state has granted   Member of Parliament for Nyanga South  and former  Information Communication Technology and Cyber Security Minister Supa Mandiwanzira  bail of $2000 and some of the conditions are to surrender his travel documents ,title deeds and to report  twice a week .

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Kambarami fired as Bulawayo deputy mayor

Tinashe Kambarami was fired yesterday by his party the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC Alliance) which is led Nelson Chamisa. Kambarami was fired following allegation of being defiant to the party. Kambarami was re-elected as the deputy mayor following his previous resignation of the same post. After the votes for the post were done so many people in Bulawayo were ...

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Controversial Magaya apologises

Prophetic, Healing and Deliverance Ministries leader and founder Prophet Walter Magaya apologised to the public yesterday and retracted his claim that he had found a cure for HIV and AIDS and the Ministry of health and Child care has acknowledged his apology saying he did not follow the procedure for registration. Magaya said his discovered ‘Aguma ‘ will now be ...

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Magaya to go into exile

Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministry founder and president Walter Magaya  has said that he no longer feels safe being in Zimbabwe. He said this yesterday after he was raided by armed police officers who went to his offices around 7pm yesterday. This came after Magaya had claimed on Sunday that he found a medicine called Aguma which he claims that ...

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Is Mangudya going to leave RBZ?

John Mangudya the Reserve bank governor is facing a hard time as the public is speculating on the social media about his dismissal as the RBZ governor. The environment continues not to act in his favour as Zimbabwe is facing an economic meltdown. Mangudya has since become unpopular since the time he introduced the bond notes and vowed that if ...

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Chivayo in support of Queen B

Controversial businessman Wicknell Chivhayo has brought to light that he is in total support of the Queen B who is believed to be most powerful oligarchy/cartel in the country. Chivayo did affirm his support of Queen B on his twitter handle this morning. “If this so called QUEEN B kartel has secured 100 MILLION litres of fuel for the government ...

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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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