‘Mugabe Visit To Zimbabwe Ends, And He Jets Off With Grace To USA New York ‘

‘Mugabe Visit To Zimbabwe Ends, And He  Jets Off  With Grace To USA  New York ‘

President Robert Mugabe has left Harare for the United Nations (UN) headquarters in New York, USA where he has been invited to attend a high level International Ebola Recovery Conference. The Ebola haemorrhagic fever that devastated three West African countries since its outbreak left more than 11 000 people dead and affected more than 27 000 others. President Mugabe, who chairs the African Union (AU) and SADC, is accompanied to New York by the First…

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New Minister of Local Gvt , ‘Kasukuwere’ Declares, ‘It’s No Longer Business As Usual’

New Minister of Local Gvt , ‘Kasukuwere’ Declares, ‘It’s No Longer Business As Usual’

The new Minister of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing Saviour Kasukuwere says it is no longer business as usual in local authorities, adding he wants to see upholding of the law and good administration of both rural and urban areas. Speaking to ZBC News in Harare on Day One of his new portfolio, Kasukuwere said if the city fathers, especially in Harare, do not clean up the mess brought about by vendors, he…

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‘Lengthy Suffering Under Ian Smith, Followed By Visionless Mugabe’ says Tendai Biti

‘Lengthy Suffering Under Ian Smith, Followed By Visionless  Mugabe’ says Tendai Biti

President Robert Mugabe has no vision beyond power retention and those angling to succeed him are worse off, MDC Renewal Team secretary-general Tendai Biti has said. Addressing a district structures meeting in Makoni West on Sunday, Biti said most Zimbabweans were suffering as a product of “visionless leadership.” “A long period of suffering under Ian Smith’s colonial rule followed by the visionless leadership of Mugabe has been the story of our people,” Biti said. He…

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Grace Mugabe Son’s Debt Collectors Abandon Mercedes Benz ML, & Flee For Their Livese

Grace Mugabe Son’s Debt Collectors Abandon Mercedes Benz ML, & Flee For Their Livese

TWO emissaries sent by First Lady Grace Mugabe’s son, Russell Goreraza, to collect his “dues” from Kadoma’s Telrose Mine, which is at the centre of an ownership wrangle between him and Jameson Rushwaya, had to flee for their lives leaving behind one of their vehicles last Thursday as the mine workers bayed for their blood. According to the Newsday, Munyaradzi Kashambe and Mike Chimombe, who are Affirmative Action Group (AAG) provincial presidents for Mashonaland West…

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Mugabe Rearranges Cabinet,.Reappoints Moyo- See Latest List Below.

Mugabe Rearranges Cabinet,.Reappoints Moyo- See Latest  List Below.

President Robert Mugabe has once again reshuffled cabinet and of note is that he has  reappointed Jonathan Moyo, into cabinet, once again. Reliable sources have informed ww.newzimbabwevision.com about the Ministerial portfolios to which the new ministers have been allocated as follows: Higher Education: Prof Jonathan Moyo Water & Climate: Oppah Muchinguri Home Affairs: Ignatius Chombo (Mugabe’s cousin) State Security: Kembo Mohadi Women: Nyasha Chikwinya The Information Ministry currently has no minister but an acting minister…

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Broke Zimbabwe Gvt To Train 80% Less Nurses Due To Excess Unemployed Qualified Nurses

Broke Zimbabwe Gvt To Train 80% Less Nurses Due To Excess Unemployed  Qualified Nurses

“That is an administrative issue which is dealt with by the Ministry of Health and Child Care. I suggest you contact the permanent secretary, he will be the best person to give you an answer on those issues.”    THE Government is drastically trimming enrolment of student nurses by over 80 percent. Government’s 15 training institutions on average admitted about 60 students per intake twice a year, but they have since been ordered to admit…

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‘Zimbabwe to send unemployed new nurses to South Sudan ‘ Mnangagwa

ZIMBABWE will soon start sending nurses to Sudan as part of efforts to ease growing unemployment within the profession, Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa has revealed. The move, Mnangagwa told parliament last Wednesday, followed government’s decision during the GNU tenure to freeze any further recruitment into the country’s bloated civil service, now estimated to be hovering above half a million. Mnangagwa revealed the plan in Parliament while responding to a question by Proportional Representation MP Consilia…

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Zanu PF Circus as VP Mphoko, & Zanu PF spokesperson Simon Khaya-Moyo Fall Out”

Zanu PF Circus as VP Mphoko, & Zanu PF spokesperson Simon Khaya-Moyo Fall Out”

Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko and Zanu PF spokesperson Simon Khaya-Moyo have taken their fight to new levels. Last week at Stanley Square in Bulawayo, Mpkhoko suddenly bunked Tshinga Dube’s victory celebration protesting that Khaya-Moyo was also invited. “Khaya-Moyo arrived before Mphoko and when the vice president, then on his way to the function, was advised that the spokesperson was already there, he ordered his aides to make a u-turn and never came to the celebrations,”…

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Zanu PF Youths Invade Kudakwashe Bhasikiti’s Farm

  Suspected Zanu PF supporters on Friday invaded former Politburo Member and Minister of Masvingo Provincial Affairs Kudakwashe Bhasikiti’s farm and stole fence running between the farm and neighbouring communal lands. Bhasikiti accused Masvingo Provincial Affairs Minister Shuvai Mahofa and outgoing Mwenezi District Administrator Stanley Chamisa of instructing the supporters to carry out the invasion. According to Masvingo Mirror, Bhasikiti said the act is criminal as they vandalized a private property. “There are people who…

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Photo Journalist ‘Crispen Ndlovu’, Assaulted By Bulawayo Police

Freelance photographer, Crispen Ndlovu was wrestled and beaten by members of the Police in Bulawayo over the weekend. He told Zimbabwe Union of Journalist (ZUJ) Secretary General, Foster Dongozi, that he had photographed members of the Police beating up a suspected cellphone thief. Police details forced him to delete his photographs which he was later able to recover. He is being monitored by doctors. Dongozi condemned the assault, saying police needed to be schooled that…

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