Renewal Democrats Of Zimbabwe (RDZ) Leader, Elton Mangoma Rules Out Mutasa/Mujuru

Renewal Democrats Of Zimbabwe (RDZ) Leader, Elton Mangoma Rules Out  Mutasa/Mujuru

Mutare:The newly formed Renewal Democrats of Zimbabwe (RDZ) leader, Elton Mangoma, has ruled out any possibility of joining forces with politicians who were sacked by Zanu PF, saying their hands were dripping with blood. Mangoma, who formed his party after a fall out with ex- finance minister Tendai Biti in their MDC Renewal project, said the likes of former Vice President Joice Mujuru and former Zanu PF National Secretary for Administration Didymus Mutasa have blood…

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Ousted Zanu PF Webster Shamu, Enrolls For Masters At Midlands State University

Ousted Zanu PF Webster Shamu, Enrolls For Masters At Midlands State University

Former information minister and Zanu PF MP for Chegutu East Webster Shamu has gone back to school as his political career dwindles. Shamu, the former powerful political commissar and cabinet minister for years, has enrolled at Midlands State University for a masters degree in marketing, probably to improve his curriculum vitae. On Saturday, Shamu was at MSU for orientation with other post-graduate students and this means he may miss a number of parliamentary sessions this…

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Chinamasa Denies That Government Agenda Is To Underdevelop Matebeleland

FINANCE Minister Patrick Chinamasa has distanced the Zanu PF led government from the perennially sorry state of Matebeleland provinces, insisting lack of development in the vast area had all to do with the country’s erstwhile white rulers. Chinamasa was speaking in Parliament last week after opposition MDC MPs challenged him to explain why the country’s western region continued to lag behind in terms of development. First to challenge the minister was Magwegwe MP, Anele Ndebele…

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‘Short Of Me, There Would Be No Foot ball To Talk About In Zimbabwe’-Cuthbert Dube

‘Short Of Me, There Would Be No Foot ball To Talk About In Zimbabwe’-Cuthbert Dube

ZIFA president Cuthbert Dube has bragged about his leadership credentials, saying had he not been around there would be no football to talk about in Zimbabwe. Dube said this at the weekend after he survived the chop from councillors who failed to put the issue of his removal on the agenda. A total of 43 councillors from 51 voted for the October extra-ordinary meeting where the issue of revoking the president’s mandate will be the main agenda. The…

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MDC-T Abandons ‘No reforms No Elections’ Strategy , And Re-engages The West -Mwonzora

MDC-T  Abandons ‘No reforms No Elections’ Strategy , And  Re-engages The West -Mwonzora

THE MDC-T says it has abandoned its no reforms no elections strategy with  secretary general Douglas Mwonzora revealing that he will this week lead a party delegation to Europe where they are expected to brief western governments and party supporters on the country’s state of affairs ahead of the 2018 elections. Mwonzora told NewZimbabwe.com at the weekend that his delegation will, among other countries, visit England, Norway and Australia. “The four day visit has been…

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‘I Have Never, In Any Way,In Any Place, At Any Time , Said I Want To Be President’ -Grace

‘I Have Never, In Any Way,In Any Place, At Any Time , Said I Want To Be  President’ -Grace

FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe has revealed that Zanu PF bigwigs angling to succeed President Robert Mugabe had embarked on a smear campaign targeting her out of fear that she harboured ambitions to take over power from her 91-year-old husband. In a wide-ranging interview with the State media during her lavish 50th birthday celebrations at her expansive Borrowdale home in Harare on Saturday, Grace conceded that Zanu PF had been rocked by power struggles centred on…

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‘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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