‘Zanu-PF regime has employed at least 300 foreign nationals, mostly from Iran, to man social media platforms on behalf of the new Zimbabwe, Mnangagwa government and Zanu pf party ahead of the elections’.

‘Zanu-PF regime has employed at least 300 foreign nationals, mostly from Iran, to man social media platforms on behalf of the new Zimbabwe, Mnangagwa government and Zanu pf party ahead of the elections’.

Opposition People’s Democratic Party (PDP) president, Tendai Biti, is crafting the Movement for Democratic (MDC) Alliance manifesto for the 2018 general elections, it has emerged.   Biti made the announcement late last week during an elections dialogue organised by Information for Development Trust (IDT), a non-profit organisation currently investigating electoral and public sector corruption, and Sapes Trust in Harare.   Biti is a key member of the alliance formed in August 2017 as a coalition…

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OPPOSITION NATIONAL PEOPLE’S PARTY (NPP) leader Joice Mujuru has finally managed to push for a drop of the of the ‘MDC’ prefix in the ‘MDC Alliance’ name

OPPOSITION NATIONAL PEOPLE’S PARTY (NPP) leader Joice Mujuru has finally managed to push for a drop of the of the ‘MDC’ prefix in the ‘MDC Alliance’ name

OPPOSITION NATIONAL PEOPLE’S PARTY (NPP) leader Joice Mujuru has finally managed to push for a drop of the of the ‘MDC’ prefix in the ‘MDC Alliance’ name and the main opposition party’s logo, as she moots a new grand coalition that would involve at least 84 parties.   The former vice president had refused to be part of the ailing Morgan Tsvangirai-led MDC Alliance over the name, among other issues, arguing it was not neutral….

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BREAKING NEWS: ANC NATIONAL EXECUTIVE COUNCIL has recalled Jacob Zuma from office, paving the way for the ANC deputy, Cyril Ramaphosa to be South Africa’s next president.

BREAKING NEWS: ANC NATIONAL EXECUTIVE COUNCIL has recalled Jacob Zuma from office,  paving the way for the ANC deputy, Cyril Ramaphosa to be South Africa’s next president.

This development comes in the wake of Jacob Zuma’s ‘dictator’ henchman deposed former president Robert Mugabe’s forced removal from office by the military. The political dispensation of Africa is peacefully changing, courtesy of Zimbabweans peaceful nature. Zuma had been given the offer by thr ANC NEC to either resign or be recalled from parliarment but he just said do what you want, do they have! One by one the African nationalists from the AU ‘Dictators…

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PRESIDENT MNANGAGWA APPOINTS Deputy Commissioner-General Tandabantu Godwin Matanga as substantive Commissioner-General of the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP).

PRESIDENT MNANGAGWA  APPOINTS Deputy Commissioner-General Tandabantu Godwin Matanga as substantive Commissioner-General of the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP).

PRESIDENT MNANGAGWA APPOINTS Deputy Commissioner-General Tandabantu Godwin Matanga as substantive Commissioner-General of the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP). Deputy Commissioner-General Tandabantu Godwin Matanga was born on February 5, 1962 in Chipinge and in 1978, at 16-years of age, Matanga crossed into Mozambique and joined Zimbabwe’s liberation struggle before he was sent training in Romania and Egypt in 1979. Comm Gen Matanga who holds several professional qualifications including Active Field Artillery, Management and Financial Management was attested…

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Wicknell Chivhayo has distanced himself from Grace Mugabe as the jailbird entrepreneur feels the heat under the new dispensation which is putting allies to the Mugabe family under pressure.

Wicknell Chivhayo has distanced himself from Grace Mugabe as the jailbird entrepreneur feels the heat under the new dispensation which is putting allies to the Mugabe  family under pressure.

On Monday, Magwegwe opposition legislator Anele Ndebele asked directly whether the Gwanda tender was awarded because of the Mugabe ties, considering that Chivayo’s company had no experience in the area and was barely a year old at the time. Chivhayo denied the ousted Mugabes aided his business interests but refused to describe the nature of their relationship. “I am not related to the former first family and at no given time did they interfere or…

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VP CHIWENGA ‘THE KING MAKER’ ORDERS Zanu-PF party members to accept primary election results and warns them he will not hesitate to travel to areas with conflict and restore order’.

VP CHIWENGA ‘THE KING MAKER’  ORDERS  Zanu-PF party members to accept primary election results and warns them he will not hesitate to travel to areas with conflict and restore order’.

‘VP CHIWENGA ‘THE KING MAKER’ ORDERS Zanu-PF party members to accept primary election results and warns them he will not hesitate to travel to areas with conflict and restore order’.   Addressing a provincial co-ordinating committee (PCC) at Malwate in Marondera on Sunday, Chiwenga, who was visiting his home province for the first time since his elevation to the Presidium, urged members to accept defeat.   “If one emerges the winner, all other candidates in…

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WICKNELL CHIVAYO: who once allegedly said in an online post ‘I’ve finally decided to marry this South African girl from the village’ and stated that ‘Zimbabwean girls are very disrespectful and stubborn,

WICKNELL CHIVAYO: who once allegedly said in an online post ‘I’ve finally decided to marry this South African girl from the village’ and stated that ‘Zimbabwean girls are very disrespectful and stubborn,

WICKNELL CHIVAYO: who once allegedly said in an online post ‘I’ve finally decided to marry this South African girl from the village’ and stated that ‘Zimbabwean girls are very disreslectful and stubborn, adding, as a matter of principle, no wealthy man wants a girl that has been everywhere, doing everything, with everyone’, today appeared before the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Mines and Energy to give a detailed explanation on the tender awarded to him for the…

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CIO AGENTS DEMAND compensation for injuries including emotional trauma suffered after being captured and tortured by army personnel during the military’s Operation Restore Legacy

CIO AGENTS DEMAND compensation for injuries including emotional trauma suffered after being captured and tortured by army personnel during the military’s Operation Restore Legacy

THE expulsion of high-ranking Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) officers this week has escalated tension in the security forces amid revelations that some operatives who were tortured during the military’s Operation Restore Legacy which toppled former president Robert Mugabe were demanding compensation for injury and trauma.   The November operation catapulted President Emmerson Mnangagwa to high office, ending Mugabe’s 37-year grip on power.   The army was vicious on people netted during Operation Restore Legacy, particularly…

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MPS corruptly received top-of-the-range vehicles from sugar manufacturing company Tongaat Hullet to influence Gvt to issue the company with land lease

MPS corruptly received top-of-the-range vehicles from sugar manufacturing company Tongaat Hullet to influence Gvt to issue the company with land lease

MPS received top-of-the-range vehicles from sugar manufacturing company Tongaat Hullet to influence Gvt to issue the company with land lease.   SOME legislators are alleged to have corruptly received top-of-the-range vehicles from sugar manufacturing company Tongaat Hullet to influence Government to issue the company with land lease. Tongaat Hullet neither has a lease agreement with the Government nor any title to the 29 000-hectare sugar plantation after Government compulsorily acquired the land.   The Parliamentary…

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A GROUP of Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) officers briefly cordoned and shut down Gweru Police Station in protest over the alleged shooting and arrest of a colleague on Saturday.

A GROUP of Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) officers briefly cordoned and shut down Gweru Police Station in protest over the alleged shooting and arrest of a colleague on Saturday.

A GROUP of Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) officers briefly cordoned and shut down Gweru Police Station in protest over the alleged shooting and arrest of a colleague on Saturday.   The incident put to the test the strained relations between the police and military.   ZNA spokesperson, Colonel Alphios Makotore, confirmed the incident yesterday, but declined to give further details, saying the matter was now before the courts.   “I can’t say much about the…

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