‘President Robert Mugabe Shares Bed With Son, Bellarmine Chatunga (18)’-Grace Mugabe

‘President Robert Mugabe  Shares Bed With Son, Bellarmine Chatunga (18)’-Grace Mugabe

President Robert Mugabe often turns to his teenage last born son, Bellarmine Chatunga, for a bedroom companion – when his wife is away from home. Chatunga, by his own parents’ admission, is something of a slouch at school, and his father often invites him to bed – to talk. This was revealed by First Lady, Grace Mugabe, as she tried to show that her 91-year-old husband finds time for his children despite his busy schedule…

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Professor Welshman Ncube Asks The Peolple Of Zimbabwe

Professor Welshman Ncube Asks The Peolple Of Zimbabwe

It seems there is a misconception amongst some people saying Devolution is splitting the country. Whats the basis of that claim given the overwhelming support for the concept of Devolution as shown throughout the constitution making process? what are your thoughts? source-Professor Welshman Ncube

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‘The Sour Taste Of Marginalisation’-By Welsman Ncube

‘The Sour Taste Of Marginalisation’-By  Welsman Ncube

‘Critics argue that the deindustrialization of Bulawayo, for example, is Gukurahundi by economic means rather than by the gun and the bayonet.’ THIS week I revisit one of my favourite subjects – devolution. When we as MDC fought the last election under the banner of ‘Devolution is our Revolution’, very few cared to pay attention let alone understand the essence of our message given the state of our politics which still refuses to be issue…

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‘If Mujuru Didn’t Gossip About Me, I would Be Silent Over Her Grand Corruption & Conspiracy’-Grace

‘If Mujuru Didn’t Gossip About Me, I would Be Silent  Over Her Grand Corruption  & Conspiracy’-Grace

GRACE Mugabe has opened up about her fight with former vice president Joice Mujuru, revealing that she would have kept mum about the latter’s alleged grand corruption and conspiracy if the VP had not gossiped about the First Lady. President Robert Mugabe’s wife also tells the Sunday Mail, in an interview marking her 50th birthday, that Mujuru was on course to take over from the aged and ailing veteran leader until she rejected advice –…

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‘Probe Companies Owned By Judges Following Their Supreme Court Ruling’-Jacob Mafume

‘Probe Companies Owned By Judges Following Their Supreme Court Ruling’-Jacob Mafume

MDC Renewal spokesperson Jacob Mafume has said it is necessary to probe the companies owned by Judges following their Supreme Court Ruling which granted companies permission to dismiss workers after giving three months notice. “Oh had I been an editor for the day just one day when the Supreme court judgement was issued . Black Friday for workers would have been my heading,” said Mafume. “Workers of Zimbabwe unite would have been another. I would…

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OAUS Condemns The ,Systematic , And Arbitrary Persecution And Arrest Of Its Members

OAUS Condemns The ,Systematic , And Arbitrary  Persecution And  Arrest Of Its Members

STATEMENT – Tichaona Danho, the Occupy Africa Unity Square (OAUS) member who was one of the two who accompanied Itai Dzamara when he first handed in the original petition on 17th October 2014 was called in to answer questions about an alleged threat towards a police officer. Mr Danho reported to Harare Central Police Station on Wednesday 22 July 2015 as instructed in company of Advocate Kwaramba from Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR). He…

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Journalist ‘Edgar Gweshe’ & 2 Activists Released From Cells After ZLHR Intervention

Photographers who were arrested on Friday for taking pictures at protected areas were on Saturday released after the intervention by lawyers for human rights from the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights organization, it has been learnt. ZLHR Communication officers Kumbirai Mafunda indicated that the three Journalist Edgar Gweshe and activists Charles Nyoni and Don Makuwaza spent the night in police custody following their arrest. “We are happy that the legal interventions of human rights lawyer…

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Obama Welcomed By Step Sister ‘Auma Obama’ To Kenya,

Obama Welcomed By Step Sister ‘Auma Obama’ To Kenya,

US President Barack Obama has arrived in Kenya – his father’s homeland – on a trip that will also include a stop in the Ethiopian capital, and a visit to the home of the African Union. Obama landed in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, on Friday and was welcomed at the airport by the Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta. He later dined with his step grandmother, his sister and other extended family members. At least 10,000 police…

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Chiyangwa’s Company ‘ Zeco Holdings (Zeco)’, Records Sixth Consecutive Loss Since 2009

Chiyangwa’s Company ‘ Zeco Holdings (Zeco)’,  Records  Sixth Consecutive Loss Since 2009

Phillip Chiyangwa’s listed engineering concern, Zeco Holdings (Zeco), has recorded a sixth consecutive loss since 2009 on the back of deteriorating economic conditions, casting doubt on the company’s future. However, Zeco board chairman, Chiyangwa, said the group was introducing various turnaround strategies as evidenced by the reduction in losses from $4,7 million recorded in 2013 to a loss of $2,1 registered in the full year to December 2014. “Strategies are being implemented to establish and…

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Obama Attends Private Dinner In Nairobi With Step-grandmother & Kenyan Family

Obama Attends Private Dinner In Nairobi With Step-grandmother & Kenyan Family

  US President Barack Obama has arrived in Kenya on a trip that will also include a stop in the Ethiopian capital, and a visit to the home of the African Union. Obama landed in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, on Friday, and was greeted by Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta with a handshake and embrace as he stepped off Air Force One. The president’s half-sister Auma was also on the tarmac to welcome him and travel…

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