POLICE COMMISSIONER GENERAL GODWIN MATANGA HAS WITHE IMMEDIATE EFFECT PROMOTED 1 632 POLICE OFFICERS countrywide under the Zimbabwe Police Act.

POLICE COMMISSIONER GENERAL GODWIN MATANGA HAS WITHE IMMEDIATE EFFECT PROMOTED 1 632 POLICE OFFICERS countrywide under the Zimbabwe Police Act.

Of the 1 632 officers, 1 147 were promoted to sergeants from the rank of constable, 176 to sergeant major from the rank of sergeant, while the other 309 officers were promoted from the rank of sergeant or sergeant major to assistant inspector, chief police spokesperson Senior Assistant Commissioner Charity Charamba confirmed yesterday.   “The Commissioner-General, as empowered by the Police Act, has promoted the officers from the rank of constable to sergeant, sergeant to…

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VICE-PRESIDENT CONSTANTINO CHIWENGA WARNS Zanu PF members that are not happy with President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s leadership to “shape up or ship out”.

VICE-PRESIDENT CONSTANTINO CHIWENGA WARNS Zanu PF members that are not happy with President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s leadership to “shape up or ship out”.

VICE-PRESIDENT Constantino Chiwenga has warned Zanu PF members that are not happy with President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s leadership to “shape up or ship out”.   Addressing the party’s Matabeleland South Bulilima and Mangwe leadership in Plumtree on Thursday, Chiwenga betrayed fears the ruling party was worried about the G40 remnants.   The VP said the ruling party had no room for fence-sitters, whom he described as “sell-outs” and “Judas Iscariots”. “Party members must chose and be…

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ZANU PF ACCESSES THE PUBLIC’S MOBILE NUMBERS and engages in a sophisticated SMS campaign along with its political advertising campaign canvassing votes for President Emmerson Mnangagwa

ZANU PF ACCESSES THE PUBLIC’S MOBILE NUMBERS and engages in a sophisticated SMS campaign along with its political advertising campaign canvassing votes for President Emmerson Mnangagwa

ZANU PF ACCESSES THE PUBLIC’S MOBILE NUMBERS and engages in a sophisticated SMS campaign along with its political advertising campaign canvassing votes for President Emmerson Mnangagwa and now vote Zimbabweans are receiving unsolicited political ads texted directly to their cell phones by Zanu pf.   Its clear that President Emmrson Mnangagwa, Zanu pf stalwarts and securocrats regime, allegedly in collusion with Zec are abusing sensitive data on demographic information to target voters in given constituencies…

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PHOTOS: PRESIDENT EMMERSON MNANGAGWA AT JOHANE MARANGE PASSOVER FEAST at Mafaranikwa shrine in Bocha in Manicaland province

PHOTOS: PRESIDENT EMMERSON MNANGAGWA AT JOHANE MARANGE  PASSOVER FEAST at Mafaranikwa shrine in Bocha in Manicaland province

An evangelist at the Johane Marange Apostolic Church said if they identify any church member who supports any opposition party, they will expel that person from the church.   One of the evangelists said although they are not active in politics, all members of their church support the government of President Mnangagwa. Another evangelist said whatever Mutumwa Noah Taguta promises will come to pass. Evangelist Abel Chimbadzo says President Mnangagwa’s victory is not certain but…

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MDC-T STANDS FOR MDC -TSTSI / MDC -TOKOLOSHE says Nelson Chamisa who has now publicly disowned the MDC-T name saying his party would not be using the name ever again.

MDC-T STANDS  FOR MDC -TSTSI / MDC -TOKOLOSHE says Nelson Chamisa  who has now publicly disowned the MDC-T name saying his party would not be using the name ever again.

Addressing thousands of party supporters at Mutasa DC yesterday, Chamisa warned his supporters not to be confused by the name and symbols on the ballot paper saying that his party had dumped the name which is being used by a rival Thokozani Khupe MDC faction in the election.It is unclear what name Chamisa’s party will adopt after the election. “Be careful during voting, there is now an MDC tsotsi (crook) which is using the MDC-T…

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In a suspected case of juju, an 18-month-old baby’s corpse was exhumed within a day of burial at the crowded Granville cemetery (kuMbudzi) in the capital.

In a suspected case of juju, an 18-month-old baby’s corpse was exhumed within a day of burial at the crowded Granville cemetery (kuMbudzi) in the capital.

In a suspected case of juju, an 18-month-old baby’s corpse was exhumed within a day of burial at the crowded Granville cemetery (kuMbudzi) in the capital. Stains of blood were also found on a rock near the grave where the family suspects the body was cut to remove body parts for ritual purposes. The child, Panashe Tizora died on Tuesday evening after a short illness. Granville Cemetery is under Harare City Council and the local…

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BULAWAYO ‘SERIAL KILLER’ TELLS COURT he was sent by Lucifer to kill his two victims, adding, “I saw a black angel instructing me to commit the offence and it later introduced itself to me as Lucifer.”

BULAWAYO ‘SERIAL KILLER’ TELLS COURT he was sent by Lucifer to kill his two victims, adding, “I saw a black angel instructing me to commit the offence and it later introduced itself to me as Lucifer.”

BULAWAYO “serial killer” Tongai Jindu (27) has told the Bulawayo High Court that he was sent by the devil to kill two of his victims and threatened to unleash the evil spirit on prosecutors.   Prosecutors are advocating for the death sentence to be passed against Jindu for killing his best friend, Cyprian Kudzurunga and neighbour, Mboneli Joko Ncube.   Initially, Jindu pleaded not guilty but when the trial kicked off before Bulawayo Judge, Justice…

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ZIMBABWE’S FORMER JUSTICE MINISTER , MUGABE’S COUSIN , IGNATIUS CHOMBO, DEMANDS POST COUP JUSTICE by applying for stay of prosecution, arguing his rights had been infringed by the State.

ZIMBABWE’S FORMER JUSTICE MINISTER , MUGABE’S COUSIN , IGNATIUS CHOMBO, DEMANDS POST COUP JUSTICE by applying for  stay of prosecution, arguing his rights had been infringed by the State.

FORMER Finance minister Ignatius Chombo, who is facing a plethora of charges ranging from fraud, criminal abuse of office and corruption, yesterday made a constitutional application for a declaratory order for a stay of persecution.   Chombo, a powerful and untouchable minister under the toppled former president Robert Mugabe regime, was abducted from his home during the military takeover code-named “Operation Restore Legacy” last November before being taken to court after being detained for more…

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THE Progressive Teachers’ Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) yesterday expressed dismay over what they called discriminatory practices by government after soldiers were awarded a 22,5% salary hike and police officers a 20% adjustment when teachers only received a 17% increase.

THE Progressive Teachers’ Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) yesterday expressed dismay over what they called discriminatory practices by government after soldiers were awarded a 22,5% salary hike and police officers a 20% adjustment when teachers only received a 17% increase.

PTUZ secretary general Raymond Majongwe said he had already sent a letter to the President’s Office complaining about the discriminatory practice, adding there was no justification as to why government would treat its employees differently. “We are very disappointed at what has happened because it is unfair that they have created a three tier government where they chose soldiers and the police and treated other civil servants like teachers as the least of all,” Majongwe…

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THE Progressive Teachers’ Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) yesterday expressed dismay over what they called discriminatory practices by government after soldiers were awarded a 22,5% salary hike and police officers a 20% adjustment when teachers only received a 17% increase

THE Progressive Teachers’ Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) yesterday expressed dismay over what they called discriminatory practices by government after soldiers were awarded a 22,5% salary hike and police officers a 20% adjustment when teachers only received a 17% increase

THE Progressive Teachers’ Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) yesterday expressed dismay over what they called discriminatory practices by government after soldiers were awarded a 22,5% salary hike and police officers a 20% adjustment when teachers only received a 17% increase. PTUZ secretary general Raymond Majongwe said he had already sent a letter to the President’s Office complaining about the discriminatory practice, adding there was no justification as to why government would treat its employees differently. “We…

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