Central Bank Governor John Mangudya Blames Zimbabweans For Not Listening To Him

Central Bank Governor John Mangudya Blames Zimbabweans For Not Listening To Him

Zimbabweans are are struggling to use the fallen South African Rand in transactions to  pay  pay for goods and services rendered because the rand is facing rejection by business such as public transport and shops.. The Central Bank Governor John Mangudya feels vindicated by this development and claims that Zimbabweans have only themselves to blame as the South African rand has weakened  against the US dollar. He argues that the  Central bank  warned  the nation about the pending…

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Mugabe’s Silence And Lack Of Political Will, To Act On Health Minister David Parirenyatwa’s ‘PSMAS’ Corruption Scandal

Mugabe’s Silence And Lack Of Political Will, To Act On Health Minister David Parirenyatwa’s  ‘PSMAS’ Corruption Scandal

Any nation that lacks accountability by senior authorities, results in massive corruption in government.  Without the legal and political will by those in power to remedy the situation, corruption becomes endemic to the system as is the case now in Zimbabwe. It is now an obvious  that the now broke and desperate Mugabe and his Zanu Pf regime, lack the political will to stem the corruption that has rocked the country’s parastatals, and that has fuelled the…

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Jacob Zuma Threatens Former President Kgalema Motlanthe

Jacob Zuma Threatens  Former President  Kgalema Motlanthe

Jacob Zuma Threatens  Former President  Kgalema MotlantheSouth Africa President Jacob Zuma has hit out at those who have called him a liability. An angry Zuma voiced his irritation at former president Kgalema Motlanthe’s recent utterances, News24 reported. “I have heard rumours that I have become a liability,” he said at the ANC’s KwaZulu-Natal conference in Pietermaritzburg on Saturday.”How can a member of the ANC be referred to as a liability… No member can be a…

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Mugabe Flexes His Muscle On Joice Mujuru, As Solomon Mujuru’s Estate Should Compensate Former Owners Of Ruzambo Farm In Beatrice

Mugabe Flexes His Muscle On Joice Mujuru, As Solomon Mujuru’s Estate Should Compensate Former Owners Of Ruzambo Farm In Beatrice

We approach the Zanu PF annual people’s December Congress for 2015, that will run from 7th December to 13 December, with great interest at the going’s on in Mugabe’s  Zanu PF party. The Zanu PF is slowly degenerating into the inevitable status of implosion as Mugabe has lost control of the organisation. This time last year, was the period that grace Mugabe launched her entry into the political arena. She was the main figure behind…

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Zanu PF Factional Wars Are Dragging, Zimbabwe Deep Into Far Reaching Social, Political And Economic Disasters

Ever since President Mugabe fired former VP Joice Mujuru from the party and government and a number of her supporters this time last year, he might as well have turned on the self-destruct gene in the party because the infighting in the party started and is getting worse. Initially it was Mujuru supporters who were purged, no fewer than 150 senior party officials from provincial leaders to VP have been “baby dumped” as Grace Mugabe…

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Econet Wireless Founder Strive Masiyiwa Received Two Prestigious Awards In New York This Week In Recognition Of His Philanthropic Work.

Econet Wireless Founder Strive Masiyiwa Received Two Prestigious Awards In New York This Week In Recognition Of His Philanthropic Work.

Econet Wireless founder Strive Masiyiwa picked up two prestigious awards in New York this week in recognition of his philanthropic work. On Tuesday, he was honoured by the United Nations Foundation for co-ordinating African business support for efforts in the fight against the Ebola outbreak in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia. The function was attended by the Secretary General of the United Nations and dozens of other leading UN officials, philanthropists from around the world…

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Two Beitbridge (Zimra) Officers Convicted Of Illegally Detaining A Tuckload Of Liquor That Had Been Legally Cleared.

Two Beitbridge (Zimra) Officers  Convicted Of  Illegally Detaining A Tuckload Of Liquor That Had Been Legally Cleared.

  TWO Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) officers stationed at Beitbridge were yesterday convicted of criminal abuse of office after they illegally detained a truckload of liquor that had been legally cleared. Obert Tafadzwa Charamba, 35, a loss control officer and Stephen Masimuke, 50, a supervisor are accused of detaining a truck belonging to a Bulawayo company, Turkey Trading (Pvt) Ltd, between December 23 last year and January 14 this year. The duo who were jointly…

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‘Politicians Should Not Be Actively Involved In Sports Administration’-Obert Gutu, MDC-T National Spokesperson

   As a social democratic political party, the MDC-T firmly believes that sport is an integral component of modern day human life. Indeed, sport is no longer just a past time or a hobby; it has evolved into becoming an income – generating industry on its own. The world over, millions of young people are now earning a  decent  and comfortable living as a result of participating in professional sporting activities such as football, rugby,…

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Court Told That ‘Godfather’ Robert Martin Gumbura Employed Two Personal Guards And A Secretary In Jail

Court Told That ‘Godfather’ Robert Martin Gumbura  Employed Two Personal Guards And A Secretary In Jail

A YEAR after he was jailed 40 years for rape, disgraced cleric Robert Martin Gumbura employed two body guards and a secretary in prison, a Harare court heard Friday. Testifying against Chikurubi inmates accused of inciting a food riot early this year, chief state witness Claudius Mutizwa also told court that Gumbura owned a large “base” in B Hall cell where other inmates would be “piled on top of each other” for lack of space….

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Supa Mandiwanzira, Prof Moyo, Zhuwao, Kasukuwere, Misihairabwi -Mushonga, Douglas Mombeshora & Wife Millicent Enrolled To Study Law At The University of Zimbabwe (UZ

MORE ministers have enrolled to study law at the University of Zimbabwe (UZ), it has emerged. The Minister of Information Communication Technology, Postal and Courier Services, Supa Mandiwanzira; Lands and Rural Resettlement Minister, Douglas Mombeshora, his wife Millicent; several magistrates and prosecutors have registered for the special programme which can be completed in six years as opposed to the conventional four years. The UZ’s Senior Assistant Registrar’s Office did not respond to questions sent to…

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