‘Joice Mujuru Is A Demon, Who Must Stay Away From Trouble Or I Will Expose Her’-Grace Mugabe

‘Joice Mujuru Is A Demon,  Who Must Stay Away From Trouble Or I Will Expose Her’-Grace Mugabe

GRACE Mugabe has called former Vice President Joyce Mujuru a demon, warning her to stay away from trouble as she could expose her. The First Lady was speaking at a Zanu PF Women’s League rally at Murombedzi Growth Point in Zvimba, Thursday. Clad in party regalia, Grace also took a swipe at white people who are mourning the recent killing of lion Cecil by an American dentist. She was accompanied by several government officials including…

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‘More Than 700 000 Orphans In Zimbabwe, Need Urgent Help’, Says Dr David Parirenyatwa

‘More Than 700 000 Orphans In Zimbabwe, Need Urgent Help’, Says Dr David Parirenyatwa

MORE than 700,000 orphans and vulnerable children are in urgent need of various forms of support including educational help, health and child care minister, David Parirenyatwa said Wednesday. He was speaking at a handover ceremony of $1.2 million Basic Education Assistance module (BEAM) funds to the social welfare department by the National Aids Council (NAC). “The children’s situation has been worsened by the economic hardships the country has been facing for decades leading to many…

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‘Zimbabwe, From Bread Basket To Begging Basket’-Welshman Ncube

‘Zimbabwe, From Bread Basket To Begging Basket’-Welshman Ncube

THOSE of us who grew up in Rhodesia knew from an early age that the foundational pillars of the strength of the Rhodesian economy lay in agriculture, mining and manufacturing. So strong was Rhodesia’s agriculture, whatever could be said of its racist outlook in respect of land ownership and control that I, just like most middle-aged Zimbabweans, grew up on a generous diet of State ‘propaganda’ that our country ‘is the bread basket of Africa’….

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Grace Mugabe Tells Suffering Zimbabweans, “You Will Miss Mugabe When He Is Gone”

Grace Mugabe Tells Suffering Zimbabweans, “You Will Miss Mugabe When He Is Gone”

In a typically indifferent attitude towards the mass suffering endured by the people of Zimbabwe, courtesy of the autocratic rule by  her despot 91 year old, Zimbabwe’s president Robert Mugabe, the first Lady, Grace Mugabe, announced, at Murombedzi Growth Point in Zvimba that the Republic Of Zimbabwe will miss the ruthless veteran leader when he is gone. Grace claims that President Robert Mugabe, 91, , will one day leave office and  that day will come when Mugabe will noo longer be there…

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‘US$3m Demanding Harare Town Clerk Fired On 3Months’ Notice’-Supreme Court Ruling

‘US$3m Demanding Harare Town Clerk Fired On 3Months’ Notice’-Supreme Court Ruling

SUSPENDED Harare Town Clerk, Tendai Mahachi has been fired under the Supreme Court ruling allowing employees to be dismissed without hefty redundancy packages. Mahachi’s lawyers recently told the local authority that their client would not leave the job unless they gave him a $3 million exit package. The list of demands submitted to council included $100,000 salary for every year he served, a new Jeep Cherokee Overland registered in his name at the local authority’s…

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VP Mphoko US$50 million Lawsuit Against Daily News For ‘Defamation’ Is Ridiculous’ -(ANZ)

VP Mphoko US$50 million  Lawsuit Against Daily News For ‘Defamation’ Is Ridiculous’ -(ANZ)

Associated Newspapers of Zimbabwe (ANZ), the publishers of the Daily News, has described as ridiculous Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko’s demand for a staggering $50 million in compensation for alleged defamation regarding a story that the newspaper carried two months ago. In his High Court lawsuit in which he cites the Daily News’ Chief Writer Fungi Kwaramba, Group Editor Stanley Gama, ANZ and its printing division Printco as respondents, following the June 5, 2015 article that…

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Breach Of ‘Parly Immunities & Privileges Act, As Mugabe’s CIOs ‘Threaten Opposition MPs

Breach Of ‘Parly Immunities & Privileges Act, As Mugabe’s CIOs ‘Threaten Opposition MPs

MDC-T MPs who heckled President Robert Mugabe during his televised State of the Nation address on Tuesday were reportedly threatened with unspecified action by state security agents for allegedly embarrassing the 91-year-old leader. Highfields East MP Erick Murai was, Wednesday, said to be among the MPs who received threats from Zanu PF legislators in the chamber and by suspected state agents outside the house. Murai was unreachable when attempts to seek his comment were made….

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Riot Police Move In After BANC-ABC Bank Fires 75 Workers, Sparking Demonstrations

Riot Police Move In After BANC-ABC Bank Fires 75 Workers, Sparking Demonstrations

BANC-ABC has fired 75 workers, sparking demonstrations outside its Arundel offices as the financial institution joins a growing list of Zimbabwean companies taking advantage of a recent Supreme Court ruling which makes it easier to dismiss employees without severance pay. The fired workers staged demonstrations on Tuesday at the bank’s local head office in protest against the dismissals they claimed were illegal, forcing management to call riot police who subsequently sealed off entrances into the…

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Failed Mugabe Must Step Down, Call For Elections, Says Morgan Tsvangirai (MDC T President)

Failed Mugabe Must Step Down, Call For Elections, Says Morgan Tsvangirai (MDC T President)

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s declaration that agriculture will spearhead the country’s economic revival is a fallacy, MDC-T President Morgan Tsvangirai has said. In response to the State of The Nation Address delivered by Mugabe on Tuesday, Tsvangirai told journalists in Bulawayo Wednesday that Mugabe was delusional. Mugabe said government had come up with a 10-point plan to revitalise the economy and create employment through agriculture and value addition and beneficiation. “I understand from the president’s state…

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‘33,000 Migrants Arrive On Greek Island Of Lesbos In August Only’, Amnesty International

‘33,000 Migrants Arrive On Greek Island Of Lesbos In August Only’, Amnesty International

Severe shortages in facilities and staffing are creating dreadful conditions for the hundreds of refugees and migrants arriving every day on the Greek island of Lesbos, Amnesty International said after one of its research teams returned from the island. Instead local volunteers, NGO activists, the UN Refugee Agency and tourists have been stepping into the breach to assist the mainly Afghans, Iraqis and Syrians who have been arriving at the island and who make up…

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