Iraqi PM Abolishes The 3VP & 3 Deputy PM Posts To Curb Corruption & Bring Good Governance

Iraqi PM  Abolishes The 3VP & 3 Deputy PM Posts To Curb Corruption & Bring Good Governance

Embattled Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has announced sweeping political reforms eliminating several high-ranking posts including vice-president and deputy prime minister. The move will force Nouri al-Maliki to step down from his position as vice-president which he took over after he was expelled as prime minister. There are three vice-presidents and three deputy prime ministers in Iraq.  “The posts of vice-president and deputy prime minister would be eliminated immediately,” an online statement from the prime…

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Six Dead, And Others Seriously Injured In Three Separate Accidents Countrywide In One Night

Six Dead, And Others Seriously Injured In Three Separate Accidents Countrywide In One Night

Six people died while several others were seriously injured in three separate accidents on Friday night. Two of the accidents that claimed five lives occurred along the Harare-Mutare highway while the other one happened at Jerera Growth Point in Zaka, Masvingo Chief Nyakunhuwa Jerera Wafawanaka Mashavave. Police spokesperson Senior Assistant Commissioner Charity Charamba confirmed the accidents last night. Snr Ass Com Charamba said three people died at the 104 km peg along the Harare-Mutare highway…

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Mugabe Tells Mnangagwa & Mphoko ‘Work Together And Avoid Impression You Are Fighting’

Mugabe Tells Mnangagwa & Mphoko  ‘Work Together  And Avoid Impression You Are Fighting’

President Robert Mugabe has implored his two deputies Emmerson Mnangagwa and Phelekezela Mphoko to work together to avoid building the impression that they were fighting each other. Mugabe reportedly made the plea in his official opening remarks at Wednesday’s politburo meeting. Politburo sources claims Mugabe said Mnangagwa and Mphoko were deliberately being pushed against each other by people within the party. He said these people were doing it for selfish interests and Mugabe challenged the…

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Tsvangirai’s Heroes And Defence Forces Day Message

Tsvangirai’s Heroes And Defence Forces Day Message

Today, the nation remembers the gallant sons and daughters of this country who fought a brutal war to bring about self-determination in the country of our birth. We stand proud on their shoulders, well aware that their determination and fortitude made the difference between subjugation and political independence. Some paid the ultimate price, and indeed others lost limbs so that the aspirations of future generations could walk again. Yet that freedom was also due to…

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‘Jobs Losses Unjust’, -Claims ‘Nikuvist’ Mugabe Who Promised Zanu PF Electorate 2Million Jobs’

‘Jobs Losses Unjust’, -Claims ‘Nikuvist’ Mugabe Who Promised Zanu PF Electorate 2Million Jobs’

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has angrily lashed out at the Supreme Court judgment that has resulted in the loss of thousands of jobs in an already desperate economy. Despite the veteran leader’s anger, his government has allowed companies controlled by the State such as the GMB, NRZ as well as the Zimpapers media group to dismiss workers using the ruling. Mugabe’s own industry minister said the dismissals were good for companies. Still, addressing his Zanu PF…

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‘Mugabe’s Zanu PF Gangsters And Thugs Buried At Zimbabwe National Heroes Acre’: MDC-T

‘Mugabe’s Zanu PF Gangsters And Thugs Buried At  Zimbabwe National Heroes Acre’: MDC-T

GWERU: The MDC-T youth assembly has said the Heroes’ Acre in Harare is tainted by some Zanu PF members who are buried at the shrine yet they have a well-known record of stealing and behaviour of hooliganism. The opposition party’s youth national spokesperson, Brian Dube said there were many deserving Zimbabweans who could have been buried at the shrine. However, because of Zanu PF’s partisan approach in bestowing hero status, some of its members with…

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‘Higher &Tertiary Education Minister Moyo Blasts Zimpapers On Tweeter For Firing 109 Employees’ ?..??

HIGHER and Tertiary Education Minister Jonathan Moyo Saturday defied President Robert Mugabe’s call for his lieutenants not to use the internet to castigate each other. Mugabe in his address to the Zanu PF Central Committee Wednesday ordered his comrades off social media. Said the veteran leader: “If you want to depend on the Internet for your own direction then you are being wrong-minded. “Let us also not undermine each other.” But Moyo used his Twitter…

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Eight Feared Dead In Serious, Two Kombis Head On Collision Along Harare-Mutare Highway

Eight Feared Dead In  Serious, Two Kombis  Head On Collision  Along Harare-Mutare Highway

EIGHT people are reported to have lost their lives in a head-on collision involving two commuter omnibuses along the Harare-Mutare highway. Sources told NewZimbabwe.com that children were among the dead. “It happened just after Macheke along the Harare-Mutare highway. It looked really bad with several bodies strewn all over the roadside,” said an eyewitness. Another source said he had lost a brother in the accident. Mashonaland East police spokesperson identified only as Muzondo could not…

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‘Child Marriages A Major Problem In Apostolic Churches’-ACCZ President, Johannes Ndanga

‘Child Marriages A Major Problem In Apostolic Churches’-ACCZ President, Johannes Ndanga

GWERU: Child marriages are a major problem among the apostolic sects and the Apostolic Christian Council of Zimbabwe (ACCZ) is working with the United Nations Population Fund to address the problem, ACCZ president, Johannes Ndanga has said. Ndanga said apostolic churches are raising awareness campaigns to fight early marriages, especially among young girls. Latest statistics show that 21 percent of girls marry before they reach the age 18 years and about 15 percent of these…

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Despite Harare’s irritation, European Union Will Monitoring Gvt’s Investigation On ‘Itai Dzamara’

Despite Harare’s irritation, European Union  Will Monitoring  Gvt’s Investigation On ‘Itai Dzamara’

DESPITE Harare’s irritation with calls for updates on the search for Itai Dzamara, the European Union Friday said they will continue monitoring progress on the government’s investigation into the issue of the missing journalist. Last month foreign affairs minister Simbarashe Mumbengwegwi reportedly warned French Ambassador to Zimbabwe Laurent Delahousse, after the western diplomat used his country’s national day commemorations in Harare to call for updates on the search for Dzamara. Mumbengegwi said Harare was ready…

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