The High Court judge Justice Happius Zhou has granted a provisional order, evicting Robert Mugabe and Grace Mugabe Gushungo Holdings and the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) Support Unit from Gushungo Holdings in Mazoe

The High Court judge Justice Happius Zhou has granted a provisional order, evicting Robert Mugabe and Grace Mugabe Gushungo Holdings and the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) Support Unit from Gushungo Holdings in Mazoe

The High Court judge Justice Happius Zhou has granted a provisional order, evicting Robert Mugabe and Grace Mugabe Gushungo Holdings and the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) Support Unit from Gushungo Holdings in Mazoe   In 2013, miners including Nyazvigo and his co-applicants were driven away and dispossessed of their mining claims by the Gushungo holdings security officer Mkhululi Nyoni and the Zanu pf partisan ZRP .   Their removal was engineered by deposed former president Robert…

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THE FACE OF AFRICA IS SWIFTLY CHANGING, now with another African leader Ethiopia’s PM Hailemariam Desalegn in surprise resignation

THE FACE OF AFRICA IS SWIFTLY CHANGING, now with another African leader Ethiopia’s PM Hailemariam Desalegn in surprise resignation

Just 90 days after the forced resignation of Zimbabwe’s former president Robert Mugabe, and two days after the resignation of South Africa’s president Jacob Zuma, yet again another African leader the Prime Minister of Ethiopia, Hailemariam Desalegn, has resigned unexpectedly, after leading Ethiopia since 2012   He claimed in an address to the nation that his resignation is “vital in an effort to establish reforms that would lead to sustainable peace and democracy” and help…

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Chivayo, tells Parliament how Mugabe’s office and two ministers used influenced his winning multi-million-dollar power deals which are now under investigation by Mnangagwa’s government.

Chivayo, tells Parliament how  Mugabe’s office and two ministers used influenced his winning multi-million-dollar power deals which are now under investigation by Mnangagwa’s government.

Wicknell Chivayo, tells Parliament how Mugabe’s office and two ministers used their influence to have him awarded multi-million-dollar power deals which are now under investigation by Mnangagwa’s government.   Controversial and high-living businessman, Wicknell Chivayo, yesterday told Parliament how former president Robert Mugabe’s office and two ministers had used their influence to have him awarded multi-million-dollar power deals which are now under investigation by government.   The burly businessman, who is often referred to by…

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WICKNELL CHIVAYO: who once allegedly said in an online post ‘I’ve finally decided to marry this South African girl from the village’ and stated that ‘Zimbabwean girls are very disrespectful and stubborn,

WICKNELL CHIVAYO: who once allegedly said in an online post ‘I’ve finally decided to marry this South African girl from the village’ and stated that ‘Zimbabwean girls are very disrespectful and stubborn,

WICKNELL CHIVAYO: who once allegedly said in an online post ‘I’ve finally decided to marry this South African girl from the village’ and stated that ‘Zimbabwean girls are very disreslectful and stubborn, adding, as a matter of principle, no wealthy man wants a girl that has been everywhere, doing everything, with everyone’, today appeared before the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Mines and Energy to give a detailed explanation on the tender awarded to him for the…

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HOME AFFAIRS MINISTER has classified self-exiled former Ministers the deceitful Jonathan Moyo, Zanu pf apologist Saviour Kasukuwere and deposed former president Robert Mugabe’s nephew, Patrick Zhuwao as security risks.

HOME AFFAIRS MINISTER has classified self-exiled former Ministers the deceitful Jonathan Moyo, Zanu pf apologist Saviour Kasukuwere and deposed former president Robert Mugabe’s nephew, Patrick Zhuwao as security risks.

HOME AFFAIRS MINISTER has classified self-exiled former Ministers the deceitful Jonathan Moyo, Zanu pf apologist Saviour Kasukuwere and deposed former president Robert Mugabe’s nephew, Patrick Zhuwao as security risks.   Obert Mpofu made this statement because of the trios actions since the Operation Restore Order coup, which were allegedly hell bent on G40’s continuing attacks on the new Zimbabwe administration under President Mnangagwa, Vice presidents Chiwenga and Mohadi, effectively ‘banishing’ them to exile. Without saying…

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INFORMATION IS POWER!-please join newzimbabwevision media platforms for regular updates, inclusive debate that has respect for all. All budding writers are welcome to send, original News articles,

INFORMATION IS POWER!-please join newzimbabwevision media platforms for regular updates, inclusive debate that has respect for all. All budding writers are welcome to send, original News articles,

INFORMATION IS POWER!-please join newzimbabwevision media platforms for regular updates, inclusive debate that has respect for all. All budding writers are welcome to send, original News articles, covering, religion, business, celebrities, fashion, politics, sport, girl child, good governance, democracy, equality, service delivery, health, education, housing, transport and other issues directly affecting the ordinary street person, to us, so we can publish them for you on our site for global readership. All articles must be original, writers…

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POLICE in Bulawayo have impounded 81 vehicles without registration number plates in a blitz launched on Tuesday called operation ‘tornado’ amid reports that unregistered cars are linked to serious crimes in the city.

POLICE in Bulawayo have impounded 81 vehicles without registration number plates in a blitz launched on Tuesday called  operation ‘tornado’ amid reports that unregistered cars are linked to serious crimes in the city.

POLICE in Bulawayo have impounded 81 vehicles without registration number plates in a blitz launched on Tuesday amid reports that unregistered cars are linked to serious crimes in the city.   Police working with the Vehicle Inspection Department and the Bulawayo City Council, are targeting unregistered vehicles, unlicensed drivers and those driving cars without number plates under an operation code named “tornado.”   The Officer Commanding Bulawayo Metropolitan Province, Senior Assistant Commissioner Steven Mutamba yesterday…

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MDC-T vice president Dr Thokozani Khupe yesterday declared herself as the rightful person to succeed MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai

MDC-T vice president Dr Thokozani Khupe yesterday declared herself as the rightful person to succeed MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai

MDC-T vice president Dr Thokozani Khupe yesterday declared herself as the rightful person to succeed MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai in what appears to be a challenge on her boss’ decision to appoint Mr Nelson Chamisa as acting president.   Mr Tsvangirai yesterday said Mr Chamisa would be the party’s acting president until he returns from South Africa where he is receiving treatment.   The MDC-T has three vice presidents and these are Dr Khupe…

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President Emmerson Mnangagwa is a weaker candidate compared to Mugabe, and so, there are 75 political parties registered to contest in the 2018 elections in Zimbabwe – up from 35 that existed prior to 2017

President Emmerson Mnangagwa is a weaker candidate compared to Mugabe, and so, there are 75 political parties registered to contest in the 2018 elections in Zimbabwe – up from 35 that existed prior to 2017

The so-called big league has the MDC Alliance‚ made up of seven political parties whose leaders Morgan Tsvangirai‚ Tendai Biti and Welshman Ncube were part of the original MDC that split in 2005.   They joined hands with relative minnows‚ Agrippa Mutambara of Zimbabwe People First and Jacob Ngarivhume’s Transform Zimbabwe and Zanu Ndonga‚ led by Denford Musiyarira.   They are what is called the “big tent”‚ and have engaged in talks to lure former…

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MDC Alliance apologises to US government over its acting leader Nelson Chamisa false claim that Trump pledged a US$15 billion bailout to them if the opposition won the forthcoming elections

MDC Alliance apologises to US government over its acting leader Nelson Chamisa false claim that Trump pledged a US$15 billion bailout to them if the opposition won the forthcoming elections

The MDC Alliance was on Wednesday reportedly forced to apologise to the United States government over claims by its acting leader Nelson Chamisa that President Donald Trump pledged a $15 billion bailout to Zimbabwe if the opposition won the forthcoming elections.   The apology came after the United States embassy in Harare raised concern over the claims made at an alliance rally in Mutare last Sunday.   Well-placed sources within the grouping of opposition parties…

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