China To Help Zanu-PF with resource mobilisation, Cadre Training & Winning 2018 general elections

China To Help Zanu-PF with resource mobilisation,   Cadre Training & Winning 2018 general elections

THE Communist Party of China (CPC) has pledged to help out Zanu-PF with resource mobilisation as well as cadre training in a move largely seen as designed to rescue the ruling party – which has been weakened by years of increasingly vicious succession fights and economic turmoil – win the 2018 general elections, the Independent reported. China has always supported Zanu-PF since the liberation struggle days in the 1960s and 1970s mainly for its own…

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‘Military Medals For Murderous Gukurahundi Campaign, Must Be Revoked’: Jabulani Sibanda

‘Military Medals For Murderous  Gukurahundi Campaign, Must Be Revoked’: Jabulani Sibanda

The Zipra war veteran, credited with saving Mugabe from the jaws of defeat in 2008 and 2013 with violent campaigns, says the country had a lot of unresolved political issues that hindered progress, hence the need for high level dialogue.Jabulani Sibanda said President Robert Mugabe should address the issue of Gukuruhundi atrocities in Matabeleland and Midlands before he exits the scene to stop the country from descending into chaos after his demise. An estimated 20…

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‘Zimbabwean Women Are Buying Used Panties’-MP Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga

‘Zimbabwean  Women Are Buying Used Panties’-MP Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga

MP Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga says Zimbabwean women have been severely affected by economic hardships to an extent they are now buying second-hand underwear. The Matabeleland South MP made the remarks on Thursday in the National Assembly while contributing to debate on a motion on people-centred developmental policies and measures on improving domestic production and foreign direct investment. She said most female MPs were not even interested in engaging in the debate because of the humiliation they…

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Anti-Mugabe Demonstration To Impeach President Is Banned: Organisers To Defy ZRP

Anti-Mugabe Demonstration To Impeach President Is Banned: Organisers To Defy ZRP

Efforts by two non-governmental organisations to demonstrate at Parliament Building on Thursday with the aim of lobbying legislators to impeach President Robert Mugabe were quashed after the Zimbabwe Republic Police denied them permission to do so. However, the organisers are adamant that they will go ahead with their plans next week. The Democracy Advocate Trust (DAT) and Occupy Africa Unity Square had planned to call for Mugabe’s impeachment by Parliament over missing public funds, following…

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Vas Coda-Mugabe Ends Latest Visit To Zimbabwe And Jets Off To Equatorial Guinea

Vas Coda-Mugabe Ends Latest Visit To  Zimbabwe And  Jets Off To Equatorial Guinea

African Union and SADC chairperson President Robert Mugabe has left for Equatorial Guinea where he will attend an international conference on Africa’s fight against Ebola. He was seen off at the Harare International Airport by Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko, cabinet ministers, service chiefs and other senior government officials. President Mugabe will be attending a two-day conference aimed at strengthening the continent’s fight against the dreaded Ebola virus. Running under the theme: ‘Africa Helping Africans in…

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MDC Renewal Set To Adopt New Name, (People’s Democratic Party)-Jacob Mafume

MDC Renewal  Set To Adopt New Name, (People’s Democratic Party)-Jacob Mafume

MDC Renewal Team say they are set to adopt a new name (People’s Democratic Party) with a view to giving the electorate “confidence” ahead of the 2018 national election. “We need a new narrative that gives people of Zimbabwe hope and confidence and we need a sellable brand name and People’s Democratic Party is gaining traction and this is going to happen in August,” spokesperson Jacob Mafume told NewZimbabwe.com in an interview Thursday. The Renewal…

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Ministry of Information Media & Broadcasting Services To Be Replaced With Dpt In President’s Office’

Ministry of Information Media & Broadcasting Services To Be Replaced With Dpt In President’s Office’

The Ministry of Information Media and Broadcasting Services portfolio is set to be phased out and replaced by a mere department in the President’s office the Zimbabwean reported. President Robert Mugabe last week transferred Jonathan Moyo from the Ministry of Information to that of Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development, leaving Public Service, Labour and Social Services minister Prisca Mupfumira holding fort in an acting capacity in a move described by observers as…

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Leading Economist Says Street Vending Is An African Problem Of Bad Governance

Leading Economist Says Street Vending Is An African Problem Of Bad Governance

HARARE: Street vending is not exclusive to Zimbabwe but is an African problem which speaks to poor governance of resources by both domestic and external actors, a local economist has said. In an interview with Newzimbabwe.com, Southern African Parliamentary Support Trust (SARST) executive director John Makamure said Africa’s resources are not contributing to the development of the region as the resources were being exploited by both domestic and external investors. Makamure said corruption played a…

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