- MDC vice-chair Sikhala has threatened to initiate constitutional processes to push out Mnangagwa's government from power as the economic turmoil and deteriorating social and political space in Zimbabwe could not be allowed to continue.
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- AN Inyathi farmer of Twin Farm in Dromoland, Zimbabwe has been arrested on charges of shooting and injuring his two neighbours for trespassing into his property
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Zanu PF trusted spin-doctor Professor Jonathan Moyo has made sensational claims linking former vice president Joice Mujuru to the missing US$15 billion diamond revenue.
Moyo suggested on his twitter account that there might be evidence linking Mujuru with the missing funds.
He wrote “Careful.Your embattled leader supervised economy ministries & is part of the US$15bn Chiadzwa story. Watch this space”.
On Thursday opposition MDC-T stage protests in Harare aimed at demanding the 2,2 million new jobs espoused in the governing party’s “pie-in-the-sky” 2013 election manifesto, as well as seeking answers following Mugabe’s recent claim that US$15 billion had been stolen from the Chiadzwa diamond mining fields.
This was the first massive protest by MDC-T in recent years.
According to reports, workers at diamond mining companies that were operating at Chiadzwa say there were high chances of pilferage of the precious mineral which could have resulted in the country losing about $15 billion.
President Mugabe revealed last month during his 92nd birthday interview with the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation that the country received less than $2 billion out of a possible $15 billion from the Chiadzwa diamonds where more than five companies were licensed to operate.Source: Byo24New