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Monetary Policy to be announced

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe governor John Mangudya today at 1430 pm is expected to present the Monetary Policy Statement (MPS) which is likely to set out a road map to a new Zimbabwe. This comes as a result of rift between him and Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube on how best they can manage the country’s currency crisis. Mangudya’s last ...

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Mnangagwa controls Zimbabwe army in absence of Chiwenga

President Emmerson Mnangagwa is reported to have taken advantage of the absence of his Deputy Vice President Constantino Chiwenga to retire four major generals. Former Exiled Cabinet Minister, Professor Jonathan Moyo said Mnangagwa’s move of retiring Chiwenga’s closest allies is meant to consolidate his power base in the military. Writing on Social Media platform, Moyo described the move as “Seismic ...

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Four army generals retired

Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF) today has announced the redeployment of the four senior military officers by His Excellency President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa to Diplomatic Service. In a press statement, Presidential Chief Secretary and Cabinet to the President, Dr Misheck J M Sibanda today announced the redeployment of senior military officers to the Diplomatic Service in line with government’s critical global ...

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Musician regrets voting for Mnangagwa

A 31 year-old Bulawayo musician Njabulo “SizFire” Nyoni blasts President Emmerson Mnangagwa in the song “Cry of a Zimbabwean Child” blaming him for for the current economic hardships and social unrest in the country. In the song, SizFire narrates the poor living that the country is facing and dares the leaders who were voted in last year’s elections to solve ...

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Elizabeth unveils Tsvangirai’s last days life

Elizabeth Macheka the wife (widow) of the late founding leader of Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) Morgan Tsvangirai revealed the goodness of her husband and his last days life in hospital. Speaking at Tsvangirai’s Memorial Lecture yesterday in Harare, Macheka said Tsvangirai was a hero,brave,cool,courageous and a patient man that at times you would wonder whether he was angry or ...

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Chamisa denies meaningless dialogue

Opposition leader of Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) Advocate Nelson Chamisa yesterday said he will not be pushed into a meaningless dialogue with President Emmerson Mnangagwa unless the government has stopped the arbitrary arrests and persecution of his party members. Speaking at the Harare Showground during the 1st year anniversary Memorial Lecture of the late founding leader of MDC Morgan ...

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Chamisa reacts over Mnangagwa’s invitation to Tsvangirai’s Memorial Service

Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) leader, Nelson Chamisa is reported to be unhappy for the invitation of President Emmerson Mnangagwa to the Memorial Service of the late founding leader of MDC Morgan Tsvangirai. Chamisa is upset that Mnangagwa has been invited at a time when government forces have been accused of perpetrating Human Rights violations against citizens following protests over ...

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Mliswa turns Parliament upside-down again

Honourable Themba Mliswa calls for the Government to remove Nduna in Parliament after he claimed to be a murder. In a Parliamentary committee yesterday Mliswa said murderers should not be in Parliament “We cannot allow murders to stay in Parliament, we are being threatened every day. He is constantly threatening everyone.” Mliswa also accused Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary ...

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Nduna confesses to be a murderer

Chegutu West Member of Parliament Dexter Nduna yesterday confessed in Parliament that he is a killer and he has killed many people, some of them he does not know. Nduna said this when they are exchanging words with Norton Member of Parliament Themba Mliswa ,after Mliswa had said , “The Human Rights groups must take Hon Nduna to task over ...

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ED in denial of the situation on the ground

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has denied  allegations of people’s killings and rape by the army despite numeral footages circulating on social media of victims on first hand account ,President Mnangagwa remain defiant. In an interview with France 24 in Adis Ababa, Mnangagwa said there was no evidence of killed and raped people, they are only allegations. “With regard to the allegations ...

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