Temba Mliswa’s Property Attached Over US$3 Million Commercial Bank loan

Temba Mliswa’s  Property Attached Over US$3 Million  Commercial Bank loan

Property worth thousands of dollars belonging to former Zanu-PF Mashonaland West provincial chairman Temba Mliswa was yesterday attached by the deputy sheriff at his Spring Farm in a bid to recover nearly $3 million owed to a local commercial bank. The deputy sheriff went to Mliswa’s Spring Farm in Karoi at around 8am yesterday. A 48-hour moratorium is provided before the property is taken away and sold to recover the money owed. The attached property…

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Mugabe Appoints, Former MDC Official, ‘Qhubani Moyo’, To Zim Electoral Commission (ZEC)

Mugabe Appoints,  Former MDC Official,  ‘Qhubani Moyo’, To Zim Electoral Commission (ZEC)

President Robert Mugabe has made a shock appointment to the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission by roping in former MDC official Qhubani Moyo as a commissioner. The appointment is with immediate effect. Moyo posted on his official Facebook account this morning: “Comrades, yesterday (Monday) the Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet Dr Misheck Sibanda announced my appointment by President Robert Mugabe to be Commissioner of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission. The appointment is with immediate effect”. His…

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‘Robert Mugabe asks Obama to marry him, mocks same sex marraige’

‘Robert Mugabe asks Obama to marry him, mocks same sex marraige’

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has challenged President Barack Obama by asking his hand in marriage. His comment comes at the back of the legalization of gay marriage in the United State by the Supreme Court. Mugabe in his weekly radio interview with Zimbabwe’s national radio Saturday said, “I’ve just concluded since President Obama endorses the same-sex marriage, advocates homosexual people and enjoys an attractive countenance thus if it becomes necessary , I shall travel to Washington,…

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Burundians Vote For New Parliament After Night Of violence in Election Not Recognised by Mugabe’s Africa Union (AU)

Burundians have voted for a new parliament after a night of sporadic blasts and gunshots and weeks of violent protests against President Pierre Nkurunziza’s attempt to win a third term in office, in an election not recognised or endorsed by the African Union (AU), a body led by Zimbabwe’s President, Robert Mugabe, a man who himsel is not new to such controversy if not typically worse. The polls closed at 5pm local time and “the…

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Mphoko, ally ‘Frederick Mutanda plotting to assasinate Mnangagwa’ claims Energy Mutodi

Mphoko, ally  ‘Frederick Mutanda plotting to assasinate Mnangagwa’ claims Energy Mutodi

Energy Mutodi has drawn criticism after posting on Facebook that VP Emmerson Mnangagwa was a target for assassination by Frederick Mutanda, a close ally to VP Phelekezela Mphoko. Mutodi claims that Mutanda has since last year been plotting to assassinate Mnangagwa. Mutodi also said the alleged plot was as a result of the succession issue as well as Gukurahundi. Read Energy Mutodi’s full facebook post below. VP EMMERSON MNANGAGWA TARGETED FOR ASSASSINATION A close ally…

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‘ Ruthless Zanu PF Purge Targets Mphoko as Rift Between Mnangagwa and Mphoko, Escalates’

‘ Ruthless Zanu PF Purge Targets Mphoko as Rift Between Mnangagwa and Mphoko, Escalates’

Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko’s job is reportedly to be on the line amid revelations there was seriously brewing final purge against forces opposed to his counterpart, Emmerson Mnangagwa almost certain ascendancy to the presidency as it is alleged that the two are not in good books over seniority to each other. The Telescope News reported that an invisible brutal political tug or war is escalating between the two which might see Mphoko falling out of…

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Zacras Condemns, Police Harrassment Of WeZhira Community Radio Volunteers,

MASVINGO – The police from CID section Masvingo Central have been visiting WeZhira Community Radio initiative in the past week including today 29 June 2015. They are asking various questions regarding the existence and work of the community radio. On the latest visit today they wanted to know where they got the production equipment and have asked for a full list of the equipment. They have also asked Wilson Maphosa, one of the volunteers to…

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‘All traditional leaders are expected to be pro-Zanu PF and can never be apolitical’ : Emmerson Mnangagwa

‘All traditional leaders are expected to be pro-Zanu PF and can never be apolitical’ : Emmerson Mnangagwa

  Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa has declared that all traditional leaders are expected to be pro-Zanu PF and can never be apolitical. Addressing a Ministry of Justice constitutional advocacy meeting in Masvingo on Friday, Mnangagwa said Zanu PF only agreed to allow clauses that prohibit traditional chiefs from being involved in politics in the new constitution due to pressure from MDCs during the power-sharing government. “Traditional leaders cannot fail to know the right people [Zanu PF]….

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FINANCE minister ‘Patrick Chinamasa’, blames MDC-T for US$5m by-election bill

FINANCE minister ‘Patrick Chinamasa’, blames MDC-T for US$5m by-election bill

FINANCE minister Patrick Chinamasa has accused the opposition MDC-T party of causing the country to incur “unnecessary costs” though by-elections. The government is struggling with a serious financial crisis as revenue streams dry up due to the collapse of hundreds of companies in a worsening economic environment. Chinamasa last week told the Senate that the move by the MDC-T to expel rebel MPs who crossed the floor to MDC Renewal forced the country to incur…

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1,000 cops fired over graft, says Home Affairs deputy minister ‘Ziyambi Ziyambi’

1,000 cops fired over graft, says Home Affairs  deputy minister ‘Ziyambi Ziyambi’

MORE than a thousand police officers have been expelled from the country’s law enforcement agency in the past three years for corruption related offences, absenteeism and a host of other misdemeanours, a senior government official has revealed. Addressing backbenchers in parliament last week, Home Affairs deputy minister Ziyambi Ziyambi said at least 1,161 cops were dislodged from the ZRP since 2012. The Zanu PF Mashonaland West interim chair had been asked by Southerton MP Gift…

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