Businessman Nyambirai’s, 3 farms invaded after instigation by Solomon & Joice Mujuru

Businessman Nyambirai’s, 3 farms  invaded  after instigation by Solomon & Joice Mujuru

BUSINESSMAN Tawanda Nyambirai has accused ousted former Vice-President Joice Mujuru and her late husband Retired General Solomon Mujuru of pushing him out of his three farms in Mashonaland East. In papers filed at the High Court seeking to repossess the farms that were acquired by some Zanu-PF officials with the blessing of the couple in 2002, Nyambirai claimed that his family and employees were subjected to intimidation and torture at the instigation of the Mujurus….

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‘Mugabe stops Mujuru prosecution because the evidence has dissappeared’

‘Mugabe stops Mujuru prosecution because the evidence has dissappeared’

President Robert Mugabe has ordered the state not to prosecute his former deputy, Joice Mujuru, for corruption because the incriminating evidence has disappeared. During her meet the people national rallies where she was campaigning for the Zanu-PF’s Women’s League post last year his wife Grace accused Mujuru of demanding 10% from foreign investors as a bribe. She further alleged that the ousted Vice President flouted tender procedures and defied government’s indigenisation policy by importing chickens…

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‘HIV+ve prisoners released to army & CIO to target and rape MDC-T supporters’

‘HIV+ve prisoners released to army & CIO to  target and  rape MDC-T supporters’

Zanu-PF used HIV-positive prisoners to rape female supporters of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) led by Morgan Tsvangirai during the 2008 presidential run-off period, insiders have claimed.Rape was used as part of the terror campaign against opposition supporters and was a closely guarded weapon involving the security sector. Prison sources told The Zimbabwean that an unknown number of prisoners was released after the March 2008 general elections and and unleashed on women who were…

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Zimbabwe’s Deputy Home Affairs Minister appeals for assistance in tracing Itai Dzamara’

Zimbabwe’s Deputy Home Affairs Minister  appeals for assistance in tracing Itai Dzamara’

Zimbabwe’s Government , the Robert Mugabe Zanu PF regime has put out a call for assistance , by appealing to the public for any information that could help in finding the whereabouts of the abducted and missing activist, ‘Itai Dzamara’. Itai Dzamara was reportedly abducted nearly 100 days ago and since then no  clues relating  to the kidnapping, of the activist have yet been found and the Zimbabwe government has come under pressure from Australia, France, US  and the…

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Highlanders Bosso No 9 says Nigeria should be embarassed over humiliating Mugabe

Highlanders Bosso No 9 says Nigeria should be embarassed over humiliating Mugabe

Zimbabwe’s vice president who recently received the Highlanders Bosso football club No 9 t-shirt,  Emmerson Mnangagwa  told parliament that the Nigerian regime must  be ashamed over the humiliation of Robert Mugabe by   Sahara TV  journalists in Nigeria recently. Mugabe’s humiliation arose from the fact that a team of Sahara TV journalists way laid him as he walked to his official limousine from the inauguration ceremony of the new Nigerian President,  Mohammadu Buhari,  and  challenged him over his extended  stay…

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Sadc and the AU should help solve Zimbabwe crisis-Obert Gutu (MDC T)

Sadc and the AU should help solve Zimbabwe crisis-Obert Gutu (MDC T)

Zimbabwe is now at the crossroads. Everything that can go wrong has since gone wrong. It is apparent that the Zanu PF regime is totally clueless regarding how to extricate the country from this debilitating economic mayhem and liquidity crunch. We are at the deep end. No amount of propaganda and spin can camouflage the excruciating and grinding poverty that is being experienced by the majority of the people on a daily basis. Something has…

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US$5 billion needed to rehabilitate Zimbabwe’s roads & US$400million for Harare

US$5 billion needed to rehabilitate Zimbabwe’s roads & US$400million  for Harare

THE country’s road infrastructure authority sees licence fees collections doubling to $55 million this year from $27 million collected last year, but remains too low to fund the country’s aging road  network,  an official told a Parliamentary committee on Monday. Zimbabwe requires $5 billion to rehabilitate its road network, but with recurrent expenditure accounting for nearly 80 percent of total revenue and worsened by a $10 billion foreign debt overhang, government is unable to close the…

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Zimbabwe’s Zanu PF government, appeals for US$300m to mitigate mass starvation

Zimbabwe’s food situation is on the brink of an outbreak of mass starvation  after the maize harvest generated from last year’s crop fell by at least 50%. This is partly attributed to poor rainfall pattern and mainly to the collapse of Zimbabwe’s once enviable  agricultural sector which fed the African continent but now has collapsed after the disastrous Zanu PF war veteran led, white commercial farm invasion of the early 2000 years. Zimbabwe fell swiftly…

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‘Why are Zimbabweans so poor?’-Welshman Ncube

‘Why are Zimbabweans so poor?’-Welshman Ncube

A FEW weeks ago, we woke up to a ‘research’ whose results showed a list of fifty wealthiest Zimbabweans. I do not know what benchmark the researchers used, but the message was simple: those men and women have more assets, more money and better quality of life than both you and I combined! Rather than agonising over the wealth of the woman or man next door, the question that resonated in my mind was why…

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Paul Themba Nyathi steps down in MDC

Paul Themba Nyathi  steps down in MDC

THE MDC has lost , many cadres in senior positions since the infamous Zanu PF ‘NIKUV’ victory of 31st July 2013, more prominently, such key figures as the MDC chairman Goodrich Chimbaira, MDC policy director Qhubani Moyo and MDC spokesman Nhlanhla Dube. Some key figure chose not to leave but instead to step down from their official posts, and these include  MDC deputy chairperson Frank Chamunorwa and  MDC Secretary-General Priscilla Misihairabwi Mushonga. The latest senior official  that MDC has lost,…

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