Madhuku’s challenge on Mnangagwa, Mphoko appointment dismissed with costs

Madhuku’s challenge on Mnangagwa, Mphoko appointment dismissed with costs

Of late, the  Con Court had successfully carved an impressive portfolio of positive image building across Zimbabwe as many people who were sitting and and  waiting anxiously for rulings in their cases where they were charged with offences, ranging from posting caricatures of Mugabe to insulting the president, were all suddenly  relieved to be set free without charge by the Constitutional Court. However this uplifting turn of events is suddenly on the down, after  the National Constitutional…

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Grace Mugabe Back On The Warpath Again, With Her Contoversial Rallies

Grace Mugabe Back On The Warpath Again, With Her Contoversial Rallies

  First Lady Grace Mugabe has resumed her controversial rallies today as she is currently addressing beneficiaries of a housing scheme in Kadoma.Vice Presidents Phelekezela Mphoko and Emmerson Mnangagwa  and Local Government minister  Ignatius Chombo are some of the noticeable top government officials in attendance. Last year, she embarked on countrywide rallies dubbed “meet-the-people tours” during which she unleashed acerbic attacks on Mujuru, accusing her of a host of offences chief among them being a…

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‘Zanu PF Curse OF Fires, Strikes Again As Gideon Gono’s farmhouse is destroyed in a fire

‘Zanu PF Curse OF Fires, Strikes Again As Gideon Gono’s farmhouse is destroyed in a fire

Part of former RBZ governor Gideon Gono’s farmhouse has been destroyed in a fire. This is not the first time Gono has suffered losses due to fire. In 2013, a chicken farm owned by Gono was gutted by fire for the second time in under two months that the property has suffered a suspected arson attack.- Source-bulawayo24 photo-According to NewsDay, the farm house went up in flames this afternoon after an electrical fault

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A Shocked And confused, Mugabe Almost Fled , Far East , After Tsvangirai’s 2008 Victory

A Shocked And confused, Mugabe Almost Fled , Far East , After Tsvangirai’s 2008 Victory

President Robert Mugabe seriously considered fleeing Zimbabwe for the Far East as he learnt of his shock defeat after the 2008 general elections. This is despite his oft-repeated public statements that he would never run away from Zimbabwe. High alert The MDC T presidential candidate, Morgan Tsvangirai, handed Mugabe his first officially acknowledged electoral defeat at the March 29 2008 elections. Intelligence operatives who manned State House when the results trickled in, in late March…

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‘Mugabe’s Zanu PF Regime Is Risking Social Upheaval’-Tendai Biti.

‘Mugabe’s Zanu PF Regime Is  Risking Social Upheaval’-Tendai Biti.

ZIMBABWE must urgently come up with a plan to “reverse” the current economic haemorrhage, or risk social upheaval, MDC-Renewal Team secretary general Tendai Biti has said. The former Finance Minister told his party’s district meeting in Kwekwe that government needed to find solutions rather than fight informal traders. “Zimbabweans are now the scatterlings of the world because companies closed resulting in massive job losses. “No less than 5 million people, who have left the country,…

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Didymus Mutasa Has Defaulted On His Rusape Council House Rentals For 30 Years

Didymus Mutasa Has Defaulted On His Rusape Council House Rentals For 30 Years

Fired former Zanu PF member Didymus Mutasa has reportedly not paid rentals for past 30 years in Rusape. The house in question is said to be a mansion by Rusape’s standards. Mutasa occupied the house in 1984  and there are no “any record of payment for the property”. According to the Herald, Mutasa recently confronted council claiming he bought the property, when he did not. “He phoned the town secretary Mr Joshua Maligwa last week…

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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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