CORRUPTION: ZIMBABWE RANKED 157th OUT OF 180 COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD BY GLOBAL WATCHDOG TRANSPARENCY INTERNATIONAL

CORRUPTION: ZIMBABWE RANKED 157th OUT OF 180 COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD BY GLOBAL WATCHDOG TRANSPARENCY INTERNATIONAL

A survey by global watchdog Transparency International ranked Zimbabwe number 157 out of the 180 countries surveyed, with Somalia anchoring the bottom of the pack.   According to the watchdog’s 2017 Corruption Perception Index, Zimbabwe scored an average 121,65 between 1998 and 2017. It, however, reached an all-time high of 166 in 2008 and a record low of 43 in 1998. In the latest results, Zimbabwe scored 22 points out of 100, from 24,95 recorded…

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MNANGAGWA’S INAUGURATION SPEECH: WE HAVE ENDURED, TOILED, and now talk of unity, the path ahead, we will reap a better and more prosperous future.

MNANGAGWA’S INAUGURATION SPEECH: WE HAVE ENDURED, TOILED, and now talk of unity, the path ahead, we will reap a better and more prosperous future.

The First Lady, Amai A. Mnangagwa,   Chairperson of the African Union, His Excellency   President, Paul Kagame,   Heads of State and Former Heads of State here present,   Chairperson of the African Union Commission; Mr Moussa Faki,     Chief Justice, Justice Luke Malaba, President of the Senate, Cde Edna Madzongwe,   Speaker of the National Assembly, Advocate Jacob Mudenda,   Hon. Ministers and Deputy Ministers,   Judges of the Constitutional Court, Supreme…

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US AND AUSTRALIA URGE ZIMBABWE TO respect the Zimbabwean Constitution and the rule of law, and encourage all parties and stakeholders to work together peacefully and purposefully on the political economic electoral and human rights reforms which are needed to take the country forward.

US AND AUSTRALIA URGE ZIMBABWE TO respect the Zimbabwean Constitution and the rule of law, and encourage all parties and stakeholders to work together peacefully and purposefully on the political economic electoral and human rights reforms which are needed to take the country forward.

In a statement on Friday, US state department spokesperson Ms Heather Nauert said, “The United States urges all parties to respect the Zimbabwean Constitution and the rule of law. Violence and unlawful activity should not be part of the political process and those responsible for such transgressions must be held accountable.”   Washington, she said, was prepared to work with President Mnangagwa’s Government, as well as other social actors to improve living conditions.   Australia’s…

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CYRIL RAMAPHOSA THE SOUTH AFRICAN PRESIDENT has called on Zimbabwean leaders to accept the Constitutional Court judgement which validated and upheld President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s 30 July 2018 t election victory.

CYRIL RAMAPHOSA THE SOUTH AFRICAN PRESIDENT has called on Zimbabwean leaders to accept the Constitutional Court judgement which validated and upheld President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s 30 July 2018 t election victory.

www.newzimbabwevision.com says, isn’t it funny that with so many lawyers heavily in Zimbabwe’s politics, case in point Robert Mugabe,Emmerson Mnangagwa, Alliance leaders such as Job Sikala Douglas Monzorwa, Tendai Biti, David Coltart, Professor Welshman Ncube are all lawyers, yet Zimbabwe people continue to suffer ,..what a circus.   The South African president Cyril Ramaphosa issued a statement congratulating Zimbabwe’s President-elect Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa on his electoral victory..   Ramaphosa went on to state that South…

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POLICEMAN GUARDING THE ZEC COMMISSIONER QHUBANI MOYO’S HOUSE has been shot and injured after the Constitutional Court judgement

POLICEMAN GUARDING THE ZEC COMMISSIONER QHUBANI MOYO’S HOUSE has been shot and injured after the Constitutional Court judgement

A policeman guarding Qhubani Moyo of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) has been shot and injured at the commissioner’s house.   Moyo told VOA Studio last night that he was not in a position to comment on the matter promising “to talk to you tomorrow as the situation is not good right now”.   He posted a message on his Facebook page expressing sadness over the shooting.   “Sad developments at my house where a…

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BREAKING NEWS: ZIMBABWE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT JUDGEMENT:- concourt has duly elected Emmerson Mnangagwa the elction winner of 30 July 2018 of the 30 July 2018 harmonised elections in Zimbabwe and dismissed Chamisa’s application with costs.

BREAKING NEWS: ZIMBABWE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT JUDGEMENT:- concourt has duly elected Emmerson Mnangagwa the elction winner of 30 July 2018 of the 30 July 2018 harmonised elections in Zimbabwe and dismissed Chamisa’s application with costs.

On the 30 of July 2018, the new Zimbabwe political dispensation held the long awaited harmonised election in which Emmerson Mnangagwa was declared the winner by Zec, but the MDC ALLIANCE leader, Nelson Chamisa scuppered the inauguration when he declared that he had won the election and Zec was stealing the people’s vote by declaring Mnangagwa the winner yet he, Chamisa had won and the vote was rigged in favour of Emmerson Mnangagwa..   Chamisa…

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ZIMBABWE NATIONAL LIBERATION WAR VETERANS ASSOCIATION (ZNLWVA) has delivered its petition to remove Robert Mugabe name and rename Harare’s airport.

ZIMBABWE NATIONAL LIBERATION WAR VETERANS ASSOCIATION (ZNLWVA) has delivered its petition to remove Robert Mugabe name and rename Harare’s airport.

 Zanu pf national chairperson, Oppah Muchinguri Kashiri stated that she is in support of this, as Mugabe’s turned against the ethos and values embodied in the Zanu PF party, so war veterans are justified in feeling betrayed, adding that Mugabein 2016 directed the harassment of war veterans.   “It is so disturbing to hear that Mugabe, whom we worked with for over 30 years, is the one who is now going the opposite way. If…

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ZIMBABWE CONSTITUTIONAL (con-court) judges profiles

ZIMBABWE CONSTITUTIONAL (con-court) judges profiles

Chief Justice Luke Malaba was born in 1951.   He received his law degree from the University of Warwick in 1974, and another law degree from the University of Zimbabwe in 1982. From 1981 to 1984, he served as a prosecutor in Bulawayo. He started his career as a magistrate in 1984 at Masvingo, rising to regional magistrate in 1990. Malaba was appointed as a judge of the High Court in 1994, serving in that…

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VICE-PRESIDENT CHIWENGA DECLARES, MNANGAGWA WILL REMAIN at the helm of the country even after the determination of MDC Alliance presidential hopeful, Nelson Chamisa’s Constitutional Court (ConCourt) petition challenging his 30 July 2018.

VICE-PRESIDENT CHIWENGA DECLARES, MNANGAGWA WILL REMAIN at the helm of the country even after the determination of MDC Alliance presidential hopeful, Nelson Chamisa’s Constitutional Court (ConCourt) petition challenging his 30 July 2018.

The late former vice president Simon Muzenda once warned Zimbabwe that Zanu pf will rule until donkeys grow horns, so its not surprising that the current vice president Chiwenga says that Emmerson Mnangagwa will still be President after the ConCourt ruling on 24August 2018 tomorrow.   The Rtd Gen Chiwenga, is the man who led the military coup as that forcibly removed Mugabe from power and launched Mnangagwa’s return and rise to the post of…

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CONSTITUTIONAL COURT TAKES, CHAMISA’S LAWYER, ADVOCATE MPOFU TO TASK FOR TRYING TO BUILD A case on alleged secondary evidence, while ignoring primary evidence and clear-cut court processes.

CONSTITUTIONAL COURT TAKES, CHAMISA’S  LAWYER,  ADVOCATE MPOFU  TO TASK FOR TRYING TO BUILD A case on alleged secondary evidence, while ignoring primary evidence and clear-cut court processes.

 This would have required the opening of sealed ballot boxes for inspection of elections residue pertaining to the presidential election to assess if the allegations of rigging hold water. Adv Mpofu, who also admitted his client’s application was filed out of time, had a torrid time trying to make a case on the back of secondary allegations before trying to appeal to the court’s mercies saying the hospitalisation of two of his kids had detracted…

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