President Emmerson Mnangagwa appoints and reasigns permanent secretaries

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Mnangagwa’s sisters son, his nephew, Martin Rushwaya is Secretary for Ministry of Defence, Security and War Veterans
 
Brigadier-General Gerald Gwinji is Secretary for Health and Child Care.
 
Mugabe’s mouth piece the former Presidential Spokesperson George Charamba a.k.a Nathaniel Manheru is Secretary for Information, Media and Broadcasting Services
 
Munyaradzi Munodawafa is secretary for Mines and Mining Developmen
 
Mrs Virginia Mabiza is secretary for Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs).
 
Ambassador Joey Bimha is secretary for Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Trade
 
Dr Sylvia Utete-Masango remains Secretary for Primary and Secondary Education.
 
Dr Thokozile Chitepo remains Secretary for Tourism and Hospitality Industry
 
Mr Melusi Matshiya is Secretary for Home Affairs and Culture.
 
Engineer Sam Kundishora is Secretary for Information, Communication and Cyber Security
 
Willard Manungo remains Secretary for Finance and Economic Development.
 
Mr Ngoni Masoka is Secretary for Industry, Commerce and Enterprise Development.
 
Dr Desire Sibanda is been moved from being Secretary of Youth Development, Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment to Higher Education, Science and Technology Development.
 
George Magosvongwe, is the secretary for Ministry of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing.
 
Dr Judith Kateera, is Secretary for Presidential Affairs, Monitoring and Implementation of Government Programmes.
 
Mr Prince Mupazviriho is secretary for Ministry of Water Resources Development and Climate to Sport, Arts and Recreation
 
Ambassador Grace Mutandiro is Secretary for Ministry of Environment, Water and Climate
 
Engineer George Mlilo is now Secretary for Transport Infrastructural Development, leaving the Ministry of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing.
 
Mrs Sibusisiwe Zembe is Secretary for Women and Youth Affairs,
 
Mr Ringson Chitsiko is Secretary for Lands, Agriculture and Rural Resettlement.
By Sibusiso Ngwenya.

Justice Makarau head of ZEC since 2013. has resigned as Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) chairperson

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Justice Makarau a Supreme Court judge, secretary for the Judicial Services Commission (JSC) and and also ZEC chairperson has resigned. This will be a welcome development as Zimbabweans saw Makarau’s actions as a conflict of interest , being a Zvimba girl, lovingly called a daughter by Mugabe and typically there to serve Zanu pf interests yet sitting on the bench. By Sibusiso Ngwenya.

Mnangagwa appoints Zimbabwe’s Ambassador to South Africa and Lesotho, Isaac Moyo as the Director- General of the traditionally feared, brutal Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO)

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ZIMBABWE’S PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has appointed Zimbabwe’s Ambassador to the Republic of South Africa and United Kingdom of Lesotho Isaac Moyo  as the Director- General of the traditionally feared, brutal Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) with immediate effect, replacing the Retired Major-General Happyton Bonyongwe who is  Zimbabwe’s shortest-serving Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister having only served three months under Mugabe. More news to follow. By Sibusiso Ngwenya.

Zimbabwe Government has dismissed 3 700 national youth service workers who were reinstated by Mugabe in July after they had initially been dismissed by the Public Service Ministry

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Zimbabwe Government has dismissed 3 700 national youth service workers who were reinstated by the deposed former president Robert Gabriel Mugabe in July after they had initially been dismissed by the Zimbabwe Public Service Ministry .

The government wage bill will be reduced by reducing the unqualified youth officers down by 3 739 from 7 269 to 3 530, a saving of US$1, 6 million per month and US$19, 3 million per year.

According to Chinamasa 528 members of the Civil Service without the requisite qualifications in terms of Section 18(4) e (ii) of the Civil Service Regulations will also be retired in a cost saving exercise.

It is claimed that the government wage bill by reduced by cutting down the number of unqualified youth officers by 3 739 from 7 269 to 3 530, a saving of US$1, 6 million per month and US$19, 3 million per year
 
According to the Finance Patrick Chinamasa the government would also lay off 528 members of the Civil Service who did not hold the requisite qualifications in terms of Section 18(4) e (ii) of the Civil Service Regulations would also be retired from government.
 
It is right to say, now, well done to the new Zimbabwe as they and criminals plus all Zanu pf stalwarts, Zim 1 family and securocrats all knew that they were doomed from day one and the only way that all their illegitimate activity could be sustained was to keep the despot Mugabe in power.
 
Now that the ’empire has fallen’ with the fall of Mugabe, they are beginning to feel the bite as we restore the Rule of Law. Now they are feeling what they put innocent democratic Zimbabweans through, for the last two decades, and if its what it takes to restore the Rule of Law, let it be!
 
However because the people of Zimbabwe are educated, and uphold a forgiving Christian peaceful spirit. The Discerning eye newzimbabwevision suggests that while we aim to rebuild the country, let us attempt to regularise whatever was wrongly or illegally done by the illegitimate Mugabe’s Zanu pf regime.
 
Throwing these people out just like that without alternatives, will simply create thousands of homeless families, beggars, criminals and effectively further punish the innocent, law abiding citizens who will have to shoulder the brunt of these knee jerk responses by government.
 
In my view, the government should have audited the Public Service Ministry youth and established their genuine qualifications then offered retraining and depoliticise them before reposting them to other areas in government. They should be made to reinvest their energy into rebuilding Zimbabwe, clean up streets, and dilapidated areas like Mbare and siyaso, alleys, under bridges, streets, pavements and other places, including gardening in public areas, schools, hospitals and building houses for the elderly and homeless, disabled, orphans and other marginalised groups, neighbour hood watch and a whole host of other positive practical activities that keep everyone happy, for petty cash just to keep them alive and occupied so that we have less criminals out

By Sibusiso Ngwenya

Zimbabwe Government has frozen bank Jonathan Moyo and Saviour Kasukuwere accounts pending investigations in their business activities.

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Zimbabwe Government has frozen bank accounts of former Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo and his former Local Government, Public Works and National Housing counterpart Mr Saviour Kasukuwere, pending investigations in their business activities.
 
Home Affairs and Culture Minister Dr Obert Mpofu confirmed the freezing of the bank accounts last night, but referred further questions to the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe.
 
In an advertisement to all financial institutions, the RBZ said: “You are directed to identify and immediately freeze all accounts in the name of the above named individuals and any accounts in which the said individuals are directors or have a known beneficial interest.
 
“You are further directed to submit, in writing, a written to the Unit, by no later than the 8th of December, 2017, listing and giving particulars (including balances) of all the accounts that you would have identified and frozen in terms of this directive. Where you have not identified any relevant account, you shall nevertheless submit nil return.
 
“The effect of the freeze is that, (except any inflows into the account, which shall be processed normally and immediately notified to the Unit) no other transaction shall be processed from a frozen account, until further the Unit directs otherwise.”

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OPPOSITION legislators question Mnangagwa on why soldiers have been deployed to patrol the streets alongside police without him advising Parliament of military deployment

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OPPOSITION legislators have registered their alarm in parliament over Zimbabwe’s new President Emmerson Mnangagwa on why soldiers have been deployed to patrol the streets alongside police without him advising Parliament of military deployment.
The police are there to ensure there is law and order. Section 116 of the Constitution along with section 213 requires that Zimbabwe’s President should advise Parliament of military deployment to conduct policing duties through gazetting a statutory instrument or general notice.
 
However Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa has not informed Parliament of the deployment of soldiers alongside police, quiet a disconcerting issue as Zimbabweans smell a rat because the state is subtely becoming a militarised republic, while Mnangagwa purges the G40 faction, strengthens his own Lacoste power and effectively cements the Zanu pf monopoly over wealth and power.
 
The prevailing situation is not conducive to free voter education and campaigns by opposition and activists and free and fair elections in a bid to reinstate democratic rule and return Zimbabwe to the people.
Soldiers should not be a presidential entity accountable to an individual like how Mugabe used to control the military. They should be a people’s security, accountable to the people and the state through the constitution…..DISCUSS! By Sibusiso Ngwenya

The opulent home of General Constantino Chiwenga, the commander of Zimbabwe’s armed forces, who spearheaded the recent military takeover in Zimbabwe.

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MailOnline photographed the palatial opulent home of General Constantino Chiwenga, the commander of Zimbabwe’s armed forces, who spearheaded the recent military takeover in Zimbabwe.

Located just down the road from both Blue Roof and Mr Mnangagwa’s home, the general’s white mansion, which is built on modernist design principles and sits on the crest of a hill, dominates the area.

Augustine Chihuri, Zimbabwe’s chief of police, also has a luxury home in Borrowdale. The close proximity of all of these properties underscores how power in Zimbabwe is held by a small and hugely influential elite.

The ‘C’ stands for ‘Constantino’ and the ‘M’ for ‘Mary’, after his wife. Byo24

BREAKING NEWS There has been a gunfight today that dragged for over three hours at the ZRP Commissioner Chihuri’s house.

BREAKING NEWS There has been a gunfight today that dragged for over three hours at the ZRP Commissioner Chihuri’s house.
 
Chihuri’s house was also set on fire n set the house on fire damaging a significant section of the property’s roof. More news to follow. By Sibusiso Ngwenya

Tens of thousands of people have been forced to flee their homes in Southern Carlifornia on a day that USA President Donald Trump is set to declare Jerusalem the capital of Israel

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Image may contain: sky, cloud, night and outdoorTens of thousands of people have been forced to flee their homes in Southern Carlifornia on a day that USA President Donald Trump is set to declare Jerusalem the capital of Israel and move the USA embassy to Tel Aviv.Image may contain: sky, cloud and outdoor
 
Over a thousand firefighters are fighting the wildfires which have led to at least 30,000 people being evacuated as more than 83,000 acres, almost 96 square miles leaving massive expanses of burned scores of buildings in their trail. More news to follow, By Sibusiso Ngwenya
 
All photos are online photos from various media and not ours but demonstrate how serious the situation is due to the wildfires.Image may contain: sky, cloud, fire, outdoor and natureImage may contain: fire

, By Sibusiso Ngwenya

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