‘I’M THE PARTY LEADER , MUDZURI raise your hand first if you want to be given permission to the speak next time’-warns Chamisa.

‘I’M THE PARTY LEADER , MUDZURI raise your hand first if you want to be given permission to the speak next time’-warns Chamisa.

He then reminded Mudzuri that he was the president of the party and the rightful chairman of the meeting. He rhetorically asked Mudzuri to go upfront and chair the meeting if he thought he was capable and when Mudzuri remained glued to his seat, he (Chamisa) reminded him that he chided him saying he needed to learn to raise his hand first if he wants to be given permission to the speak next time,” another…

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ZIMBABWE’S PRESIDENT EMMERSON MNANGAGWA appoints 7-member of foreigners and local commission of post election violence which led to six people shot dead by the military 1 August 2018.

ZIMBABWE’S PRESIDENT EMMERSON MNANGAGWA appoints  7-member of foreigners and local commission  of post election violence which led to six people shot dead by the military 1 August 2018.

In line with transparency, and as a demonstration of how serious the President Emmerson Mnangagwa takes the shootings, Mnangagwa has arranged a team of foreign members who will stay in Harare and be sworn in next week on his return from China, to hold a commission of inquiry along with locals, into the violence which led to six people being shot dead by the military on 1 August 2018..   The commission of enquiry is…

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GRAIN MARKETING (GMB) LIONS DEPOT EXPLOSION, ONE DEAD, THREE MISSING in explosion at the Grain Marketing Depot (GMB) Lions Den Depot control tower plant, which resulted in a tower collapse .

GRAIN MARKETING (GMB) LIONS DEPOT EXPLOSION, ONE DEAD, THREE MISSING  in explosion at the Grain Marketing Depot (GMB) Lions Den Depot control tower plant,  which resulted in a  tower collapse .

This afternoon, there was an explosion at the Grain Marketing Depot (GMB) Lions Den Depot control tower plant, resulting in a collapse of the tower. This disaster resulted in the plant and one of the silos catching fire and severe damage to the silo’s foundation and escape route which were ripped up and thrown metres away from the storage facility due to the explosion. Three people were rescued, along with one who was affected by…

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ZIMBABWE’S BEEF AND COTTON ARE IN HIGH DEMAND IN EUROPE, Renewed sanctions will not deter us, says Lands, Agriculture and Rural Resettlement Minister Perrance Shiri

ZIMBABWE’S BEEF AND COTTON ARE IN HIGH DEMAND IN EUROPE, Renewed sanctions will not deter us, says Lands, Agriculture and Rural Resettlement Minister Perrance Shiri

RENEWED illegal economic sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe by the United States will not deter an increase in agriculture productivity through land utilisation to ensure food security at household level, Lands, Agriculture and Rural Resettlement Minister Perrance Shiri has said.   Minister Shiri said farmers must ignore the sanctions and remain focused on transforming the agricultural sector.   He said sanctions should not be used as a leverage to cause farmers to under-perform and underutilise land….

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CORRUPTION: ZIMBABWE RANKED 157th OUT OF 180 COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD BY GLOBAL WATCHDOG TRANSPARENCY INTERNATIONAL

CORRUPTION: ZIMBABWE RANKED 157th OUT OF 180 COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD BY GLOBAL WATCHDOG TRANSPARENCY INTERNATIONAL

A survey by global watchdog Transparency International ranked Zimbabwe number 157 out of the 180 countries surveyed, with Somalia anchoring the bottom of the pack.   According to the watchdog’s 2017 Corruption Perception Index, Zimbabwe scored an average 121,65 between 1998 and 2017. It, however, reached an all-time high of 166 in 2008 and a record low of 43 in 1998. In the latest results, Zimbabwe scored 22 points out of 100, from 24,95 recorded…

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Mujuru congratulates President Mnangagwa while noting that the Elections were generally free though not necessarily fair,

Mujuru congratulates President Mnangagwa  while noting that the Elections were generally free though not necessarily fair,

She stated ‘I, as the Presidential candidate of PRC, and on behalf of the entire PRC family, while noting that the Elections were generally free though not necessarily fair, hereby pass my congratulatory message to His Excellency President ED Mnangagwa’   MDC T spokesperson Obert Gutu, former MDC T Mabvuku-Tafara constituency MP James Maridadi, former MDC T vice president Thokozani Khupe along with Eddie Cross, who resigned from MDC T just before the 30 July…

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ZIMBABWE WOES CONTINUE AS DESPERATE CHAMISA says ‘we are ready to sacrifice their lives in defending people’s votes’ and lodges his petition with the African Commission for Human and People’s Rights (ACHPR) otherwise known as the Banjul Commission

ZIMBABWE WOES CONTINUE AS DESPERATE CHAMISA says ‘we are ready to sacrifice their lives in defending people’s votes’ and lodges his petition with the African Commission for Human and People’s Rights (ACHPR) otherwise known as the Banjul Commission

MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa who is continuously pursuing all legal and political remedies at his disposal to overturn President Emmerson Mnangawa’s electoral victory has now lodged his petition to the African Commission for Human and People’s Rights (ACHPR) otherwise known as the Banjul Commission after the Constitutional Court (ConCourt) dismissal of his petition on Friday. According to Nelson Chamisa the ACHPR has the power to declare human rights violations and use that to overturn…

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MNANGAGWA’S INAUGURATION SPEECH: WE HAVE ENDURED, TOILED, and now talk of unity, the path ahead, we will reap a better and more prosperous future.

MNANGAGWA’S INAUGURATION SPEECH: WE HAVE ENDURED, TOILED, and now talk of unity, the path ahead, we will reap a better and more prosperous future.

The First Lady, Amai A. Mnangagwa,   Chairperson of the African Union, His Excellency   President, Paul Kagame,   Heads of State and Former Heads of State here present,   Chairperson of the African Union Commission; Mr Moussa Faki,     Chief Justice, Justice Luke Malaba, President of the Senate, Cde Edna Madzongwe,   Speaker of the National Assembly, Advocate Jacob Mudenda,   Hon. Ministers and Deputy Ministers,   Judges of the Constitutional Court, Supreme…

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US AND AUSTRALIA URGE ZIMBABWE TO respect the Zimbabwean Constitution and the rule of law, and encourage all parties and stakeholders to work together peacefully and purposefully on the political economic electoral and human rights reforms which are needed to take the country forward.

US AND AUSTRALIA URGE ZIMBABWE TO respect the Zimbabwean Constitution and the rule of law, and encourage all parties and stakeholders to work together peacefully and purposefully on the political economic electoral and human rights reforms which are needed to take the country forward.

In a statement on Friday, US state department spokesperson Ms Heather Nauert said, “The United States urges all parties to respect the Zimbabwean Constitution and the rule of law. Violence and unlawful activity should not be part of the political process and those responsible for such transgressions must be held accountable.”   Washington, she said, was prepared to work with President Mnangagwa’s Government, as well as other social actors to improve living conditions.   Australia’s…

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MDC ALLIANCE LEADER NELSON CHAMISA FACES US$3 MILLION costs of his election petition loss at the Constitutional Court.

MDC ALLIANCE LEADER NELSON CHAMISA FACES US$3 MILLION costs of his election petition loss at the Constitutional Court.

Zimbabwe will, today, Sunday 26 August 2018 hold the inauguration ceremony of President Emmerson Mnangagwa. On the other hand, the Zanu-PF Secretary for Legal Affairs Paul Mangwana stetes that the ruling party’s lawyers will calculate the exact amount but its estimated the bill will be US$3 million, excluding the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) legal bill but the final bill will be approved by the Registrar of the Court and undergo the necessary taxation processes.  …

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