CAMEROON COURT REJECTS all legal objections to the presidential polls in Yaounde.

Almost two weeks after the polls in Cameroon, on Friday morning the court has rejected all legal objections to the presidential polls in Yaounde. Cameroonian President Paul Biya is seeking a seventh term in office which will make him one of Africa’s longest-serving leaders, second to Equatorial Guinea’s Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo. In an election dominated by Africa’s traditional, allegations of voter intimidation, violence and rigging, Cameroon’s three main opposition leaders including Joshua Osih and…

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‘DEMOCRACY? ‘-MDC NATIONAL  organising secretary Amos Chibaya has slammed the door shut on wannabe presidents, saying Nelson Chamisa will go uncontested.

‘DEMOCRACY? ‘-MDC NATIONAL  organising secretary Amos Chibaya has slammed the door shut on wannabe presidents, saying Nelson Chamisa will go uncontested.

Chibaya’s stunning utterances could put him on a collision course with secretary general Douglas Mwonzora and vice president Elias Mudzuri who are both said to be pushing for every post to be contested as per the party’s democratic tenets. Two factions, one aligned to Chamisa and the other to Mwonzora, have emerged with Chamisa’s faction, however, said to be enjoying the support of most national leaders while Mwonzora is said to be working harder to…

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ZIMBABWE MAJOR CRACKDOWN ON FOREX DEALERS to net Zanu pf bigwigs top executives in banks, companies and State institutions.

ZIMBABWE MAJOR CRACKDOWN ON FOREX DEALERS to net Zanu pf bigwigs top executives in banks, companies and State institutions.

ZIMBABWE MAJOR CRACKDOWN ON FOREX DEALERS to net Zanu pf bigwigs top executives in banks, companies and State institutions.   It has come to light that the Zimbabwe government is embarking on major to forex crackdown against foreign currency dealers, to begin in a few days and expected to lead to the arrest of top executives like big wigs in banking , companies and State institutions.   The government is reported to have already drawn…

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‘ZIMBABWE’S RESETTLED FARMERS will no longer get free assistance from government, such as seed, fertiliser, diesel and tractors amongst other agricultural inputs, as the command agriculture programme is “riddled with corruption’-Zimbabwe’s minister of finance Mthuli Ncube

‘ZIMBABWE’S RESETTLED FARMERS will no longer get free assistance from government, such as seed, fertiliser, diesel and tractors amongst other agricultural inputs, as the command agriculture programme is “riddled with corruption’-Zimbabwe’s minister of finance Mthuli Ncube More news to follow. By Sibusiso Ngwenya.

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CHAMISA vs KHUPE MDCC-T LEADERSHIP feud is still a major issue in parliarment.

CHAMISA vs KHUPE MDCC-T LEADERSHIP feud is still a major issue in parliarment.

The feud between MDC leader Nelson Chamisa and MDC-T president Thokozani Khupe resumed yesterday, after the ConCourt heard the matter in which the ex-Bulawayo Metropolitan Province MP is challenging her expulsion from Parliament.   The legal feud for control of the MDC-T is far from being resolved.   Dr Khupe, who was the MDC-T Proportional Representation Member of Parliament, was expelled from the august House last week after controversially installed MDC-T leader Advocate Nelson Chamisa…

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‘THE ONE WHO FELLED MUGABE’ Zimbabwe’s vice president RTD Gen Chiwenga has been flown back to Zimbabwe from hospital in South Africa.

‘THE ONE WHO FELLED MUGABE’ Zimbabwe’s vice president RTD Gen Chiwenga has been flown back to Zimbabwe from hospital in South Africa.

‘THE ONE WHO FELLED MUGABE’ Zimbabwe’s vice president RTD Gen Chiwenga has been flown back to Zimbabwe from hospital in South Africa. Yesterday the president Emmerson Mnangagwa, paid the frail looking Vice president, a visit at his house , where he met Chiwenga and wife Marry, and spent two hours with them talking about nothing important except reminiscing over their time in prison during the war time. More news to follow.   Presidential spokesperson George…

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NEW NURSING REQUIREMENTS: Zimbabwe’s government has tightened nursing entry requirements.

NEW NURSING REQUIREMENTS: Zimbabwe’s government has tightened nursing entry requirements.

NEW NURSING REQUIREMENTS: Zimbabwe’s government has tightened nursing entry requirements. With immediate effect all nurses in Zimbabwe, must be less than 30 years of age, and hold five Olevels all in one seating including Maths, English, a Science subject and two other subjects excluding Woodwork, Metalwork, Building and Fashion and Fabrics. More news to follow. By Sibusiso Ngwenya.

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ZIMBABWE CONSTITUTION COURT REPEALS SECTION 27 OF POSA and outlaws police bans on protests.

ZIMBABWE CONSTITUTION COURT REPEALS SECTION 27 OF POSA and outlaws police bans on protests.

ZIMBABWE CONSTITUTION COURT REPEALS SECTION 27 OF POSA and outlaws police bans on protests. The concourt has repealed section 27 of the Public Order Security Act (POSA) Chapter 11:17 which prohibits protests without police clearance, arguing that it is open to abuse by police authorities, clearly restricting civic freedom. Clearly the oppressive Mnangagwa militarised wings have been clipped by concourt. More news to follow. By Sibusiso Ngwenya.

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AIR INDIA EXPRESS BOEING JET Air India IX 611, with 136 people (130 passengers and six crew members) flies for for four hours before landing in Mumbai after severe damage to its undebelly due to hitting an airport boundary wall while taking off in Trichy.

AIR INDIA EXPRESS BOEING JET Air India IX 611, with 136 people (130 passengers and six crew members) flies for for four hours before landing in Mumbai after severe damage to its undebelly due to hitting an airport boundary wall while taking off in Trichy.

AIR INDIA EXPRESS BOEING JET Air India IX 611, with 136 people (130 passengers and six crew members) flies for for four hours before landing in Mumbai after severe damage to its undebelly due to hitting an airport boundary wall while taking off in Trichy. The flight took off from the Trichy airport at around 1.30 am on Friday morning but seconds later it struck a wall before it cleared the airport perimeter wall which…

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VICE PRESIDENT CONSTANTINO CHIWENGA IS hospitalised in South Africa, after falling sick and abruptly leaving a politburo meeting on 2 October 2018 when he fell violently sick, and was rushed to hospital later the same night.

VICE PRESIDENT CONSTANTINO CHIWENGA IS hospitalised in South Africa, after falling sick and abruptly leaving a politburo meeting on 2 October 2018 when he fell violently sick, and was rushed to hospital later the same night.

VICE PRESIDENT CONSTANTINO CHIWENGA IS hospitalised in South Africa, after falling sick and abruptly leaving a politburo meeting on 2 October 2018 when he fell violently sick, and was rushed to hospital later the same night.   Chiwenga again reappeared in public on 4 October 2018 at a Zanu PF politburo meeting, with visible signs of swelling on his hands, but the ex Zimbabwe Defence Forces commander failed to attend Cabinet this week after being…

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