MDC-ALLIANCE ACTIVISTS AND CIVIL SOCIETY PARTNERS HAVE fled to South Africa for safety.

MDC-ALLIANCE ACTIVISTS AND CIVIL SOCIETY PARTNERS HAVE fled to South Africa for safety.

Civil society leaders who include Mr Rashid Mahiya, the chairperson of Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition, Mr Thabani Moyo, the director of Media Institute of Southern Africa, MDC Alliance MP for Harare North Joana Mamombe, Calvin Kobiri of Zimbabwe Doctors for Human Rights and director of Combined Harare Residents Association Mr Mfundo Mlilo among others are being hosted in the neighbouring country by Amnesty International, an anti-Government entity.   Others who fled the arrests include Tineyi…

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MDC-Alliance organising secretary Amos Chibaya has joined his fellow lawmaker from Chiwundura Livingstone Chiminya in remand prison

MDC-Alliance organising secretary Amos Chibaya has joined his fellow lawmaker from Chiwundura Livingstone Chiminya in remand prison

MDC-Alliance organising secretary Amos Chibaya has joined his fellow lawmaker from Chiwundura Livingstone Chiminya in remand prison after he was remanded in custody to next week to allow police to locate two missing State witnesses. Chibaya, who is the MP for Mkoba, yesterday appeared before Provincial Magistrate Ms Charity Maphosa facing one count of incitement to commit a crime. Through his lawyer Mr Reginald Chidawanyika, Chibaya pleaded not guilty to the charge. Ms Maphosa ruled…

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MDC chair, Tabitha Khumalo disappears from her Sauerstown Bulawayo Home and goes into hiding after military and CID Law  raid her home

MDC chair, Tabitha Khumalo disappears from her Sauerstown Bulawayo Home and goes into hiding after military and CID Law  raid her home

The National Chairperson of MDC Tabitha Khumalo has reportedly gone in hiding after she was tipped that armed members of the Zimbabwe Defense Forces and CID Law and Order section were on their way to raid her.   In a telephonic interview with this publication, Khumalo confirmed that the state agents are at her house in Sauerstown , she, however, could not reveal her whereabouts. She said they interrogated her housekeeper who was not able…

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ZIMBABWE’S PRESIDENT MUGABE, now wheelchair-hound, and Zimbabwe foots US$4m bill and  two-month stay in Singapore

ZIMBABWE’S PRESIDENT MUGABE, now wheelchair-hound, and Zimbabwe foots US$4m bill and  two-month stay in Singapore

ZIMBABWE’S PRESIDENT MUGABE, now wheelchair-hound, and Zimbabwe foots US$4m bill and  two-month stay in Singapore   THE taxpayer continues to foot former president Robert Mugabe’s medical bills, as it emerged President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government gave the deposed strongman US$4 million to cover his hospital expenses, as well as the costs of his two-month stay in Singapore late last year.   Mugabe, who turns 95 next month, was often criticised by ordinary Zimbabweans for frequently making expensive…

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ZIMBABWE FUEL CRISIS is artificially created, by Mnangagwa, well connected Queen Bee fuel cartel, who then export the bulk to Zambia, for sale,..wake up Zimbabwe!

ZIMBABWE FUEL CRISIS is artificially created, by Mnangagwa, well connected Queen Bee fuel cartel, who then export the bulk to Zambia, for sale,..wake up Zimbabwe!

Zimbabweans need to awaken to the current fuel chaos that is causing shortages countrywide. The real source of this crisis is man made, deliberately created to enrich a few well connected individuals who are reaping millions from the suffering inflicted upon Zimbabweans. Fuel is brought to Zimbabwe along the Feruka pipeline which draws fuel from the Mozambique city of Beira, all the way to Harare for storage at the Harare Msasa depot before distribution to…

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LESS THAN A WEEK AFTER MINISTER, Mthuli Ncube fired 3000 ‘GREEN BOMBERS’,  Zanu-PF its just-ended 17th annual conference  resolved to reintroduce the national youth service programme.

LESS THAN A WEEK AFTER MINISTER, Mthuli Ncube fired 3000 ‘GREEN BOMBERS’,  Zanu-PF its just-ended 17th annual conference  resolved to reintroduce the national youth service programme.

THE ruling Zanu-PF party has given Finance minister Mthuli Ncube a fresh “headache” after its just-ended 17th annual conference resolved that government should reintroduce the national youth service programme.   Disparagingly known as Green Bombers, graduates from the programme were reportedly behind most cases of election violence, including the establishment of torture bases at which opposition activists were brutally tortured and murdered.   In his 2019 National Budget statement last month, Ncube did not provide…

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ZANU FOR LIFE -VP Rtg Gen Chiwenga and Zanu pf  endorse  Mnangagwa as  Zanu-PF ‘s sole presidential candidate for Zimbabwe’s 2023 elections, adding there is no vacancy for the post!

ZANU FOR LIFE -VP Rtg Gen Chiwenga and Zanu pf  endorse  Mnangagwa as  Zanu-PF ‘s sole presidential candidate for Zimbabwe’s 2023 elections, adding there is no vacancy for the post!

Vice President Retired General Constantino Chiwenga has maintained that President Emmerson Mnangagwa is the ruling Zanu-PF party’s sole presidential candidate for the 2023 elections, saying there is no vacancy for the post.   Speaking in Esigodini, Matabeleland South province at the party’s annual national people’s conference today, the Vice President and Second Secretary of the party urged the party to be wary of those trying to fan unnecessary divisions within the top leadership through making…

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CHAMISA asks why a full public inquiry only in inquiry into 6 Shonas killed by army,1/7/18 not 20,000 Ndebele murders by gukurahundi army in 1980s

CHAMISA asks why a full public inquiry only in inquiry into 6 Shonas killed by army,1/7/18 not 20,000 Ndebele murders by gukurahundi  army in 1980s

Government’s decision to cherry-pick for a full public inquiry, the August 1 political disturbances which killed six in Harare while failing to institute similar investigations into the massacre of 20 000 civilians by the military back in the 1980s.   Chamisa was speaking before the Kgalema Motlanthe chaired Commission of Inquiry into the ill-fated skirmishes torched by delays in the announcement of the July 30 presidential election results by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC).  …

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