‘MP Joana Mamombe, in custody for encouraging civil disobedience to remove government through unconstitutional means’.

MP Joana Mamombe, in custody for asking citizens to engage in civil disobedience and remove government through unconstitutional means.Harare West Member of Parliament Joana Mamombe has been remanded in custody to 19 March as the magistrate insisted that even though the state witness was not eloquent, she was still convinced that there is reasonable suspicion that Joana committed a crime.The court ruled she was brought to court on time, only that court was overwhelmed with…

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‘FORMER PRESIDENT ROBERT Mugabe is bankrolling MDC-Alliance leader Mr Nelson Chamisa , again’

‘FORMER PRESIDENT ROBERT Mugabe is bankrolling MDC-Alliance leader Mr Nelson Chamisa , again’

MDC-Alliance leader Mr Nelson Chamisa is being funded by former president Mr Robert Mugabe to outfox his internal rivals ahead of the party’s congress scheduled for May, The Herald reported. The Herald claims that it is reliably informed that Mr Chamisa’s sojourn to Ghana is also part of a desperate fundraising initiative from some of his college mates there. Mr Chamisa is likely to face the party’s secretary-general Mr Douglas Mwonzora for the party’s presidency….

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‘Chiwenga stuck in India after plane developed technical fault at Indira Gandhi International Airport and abandoned the flight’

‘Chiwenga stuck in India after plane developed technical fault at  Indira Gandhi International Airport  and abandoned the flight’

Vice-President Constantino Chiwenga on Friday failed to leave India, where he has been receiving treatment because of “security reasons” amid growing speculation about his health.According to an Indian publication, Chiwenga’s plane failed to take off at an airport in New Delhi after it developed a technical fault.This was confirmed by President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s spokesperson George Charamba in an interview with The Standard yesterday.“The ambassador to India informed us that the VP would not travel due…

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‘BITI IS A DESPERATE MAN envious of the government’s fruitful efforts in economic recovery’-Mangwana

‘BITI IS A DESPERATE MAN envious of the government’s fruitful efforts in economic recovery’-Mangwana

The opposition MDC Alliance and its band of apologists seem not satisfied with the harm and damage they caused with their social media political innuendos which culminated in the failed so called shutdown last month. This follows another Twitter rant on currency reforms at causing despondency and anarchy amongst the citizens In the words of Immanuel Kant who said ‘by a lie, a man consumes his own dignity,’ it has become apparent that the MDC…

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21 political parties embrace dialogue created by Mnangagwa under the political parties dialogue banner

TWENTY ONE OPPOSITION political parties have embraced the path of dialogue created by President Emmerson Mnangagwa under the political parties dialogue banner to find lasting solutions to the country’s challenges in various sectors.The party leaders today met with Mnangagwa at State House in Harare for the first step of the historic engagement process and agreed to set up four committees that will come up with the framework for dialogue, the agenda, the implementation and review…

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GOVERNMENTS SAYS ZIMBABWE nurses and other health workers to work  only 3 days (154 hours monthly) /3 days a week to cope with transport challenges.

GOVERNMENTS SAYS ZIMBABWE nurses and other health workers to work  only 3 days (154 hours monthly) /3 days a week to cope with transport challenges.

In a letter addressed to Provincial Medical Officers and Chief Executive Officers, the acting Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Health and Child Care, Dr Gibson Mhlanga, said the proposal would help health workers cope with transport challenges.   According to the proposal, health workers will work a total of 77 hours in two weeks with shifts starting from 7AM up to 7PM. Dated February 1, the letter said nurses had already started implementing the…

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‘CHIWENGA GO BACK HOME TO ZIMBABWE!  – Tajamuka Protest Against Chiwenga  on the 6th floor  heart unit  UCT academic hospital at SA Hospital’

‘CHIWENGA GO BACK HOME TO ZIMBABWE!  – Tajamuka Protest Against Chiwenga  on the 6th floor  heart unit  UCT academic hospital at SA Hospital’

‘CHIWENGA GO BACK HOME TO ZIMBABWE!  – Tajamuka Protest Against Chiwenga  on the 6th floor  heart unit  UCT academic hospital at SA Hospital’   Tajamuka plans protest against Chiwenga Activist movement Tajamuka/Sesjikile is planning to stage a protest at the UCT Academic Hospital in Cape Town, South Africa where Vice President Constantino Chiwenga is reported to be admitted.   In a message Tajamuka said,   “Chiwenga is at the 6th floor in the heart unit. He is…

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PRESIDENT MNANGAGWA’S NEPHEW, MLISWA MPs DEMAND FOR US$400 000 bribe reveals Mliswa’s attempt to shut down VP Mohadi.

PRESIDENT MNANGAGWA’S NEPHEW, MLISWA MPs DEMAND FOR US$400 000 bribe reveals Mliswa’s attempt to shut down VP Mohadi.

MEMBERS of the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Mines and Energy allegedly demanded $400 000 from a local businessman keen to mine coal at Hwange Colliery, The Herald can exclusively reveal. The attempt to “squeeze” James Ross Goddard of JRG Contracting (Pvt) Ltd reportedly occurred on November 15 last year at a time when efforts were underway to revive the coal mining concern. According to documents in The Herald’s possession, Norton legislator Mr Temba Mliswa —…

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BREAKING NEWS: VICE PRESIDENT Constantino Chiwenga airlifted to South Africa in ‘medical emergency’. It doesnt rain, but pour for Zanu pf!

BREAKING NEWS: VICE PRESIDENT Constantino Chiwenga airlifted to South Africa in ‘medical emergency’. It doesnt rain, but pour for Zanu pf!

BREAKING NEWS: VICE PRESIDENT Constantino Chiwenga airlifted to South Africa in ‘medical emergency’. It doesnt rain, but pour for Zanu pf!   A recent ruthless crackdown by Zimbabwe’s security forces left at least 16 people dead and nearly 600 requiring hospital treatment after assault and torture by the security forces. At least 81 people had been shot during the recent violent demonstrations . President Emmerson Mnangagwa, failed to attend his “thank you” rally in Mt…

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United States is “deeply concerned” over reported human rights abuses being carried out by Zimbabwe’s security forces against civilians

The United States is “deeply concerned” over reported human rights abuses being carried out by Zimbabwe’s security forces against civilians, a top official said on Friday.   Tibor Nagy, the United States’ top diplomat for Africa, demanded that those responsible for killings, arbitrary detentions, assaults, and rape be held to account.   In the strongest statement yet by a United States government official since President Emmerson Mnangagwa came into power in November 2017, Nagy tweeted:…

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