MNANGAGWA HAS MADE KEY CHANGES in the military, the (CIO) and government as he strengthenS his grip on power, while emasculating Chiwenga’s influence.

MNANGAGWA HAS MADE KEY CHANGES in the military, the (CIO) and government  as he  strengthenS his grip on power, while emasculating Chiwenga’s influence.

MNANGAGWA HAS MADE KEY CHANGES in the military, the (CIO) and government as he strengthenS his grip on power, while emasculating Chiwenga’s influence.Chiwenga returned from China last week where he was receiving medical treatment, only to find that Mnangagwa had reshuffled cabinet and appointed his loyalists.Through the reshuffle, Mnangagwa also took into consideration complaints from Zezurus that the President’s Karanga tribe is dominating cabinet and the security sector. He appointed some Zezurus loyal to him,…

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The nature and character of Zimbabwe’s problems and how best can Zimbabwe get back on the high road-By Arthur Mutambara.

The nature and character of Zimbabwe’s problems and how best can Zimbabwe get back on the high road-By Arthur Mutambara.

The starting point in the journey to a prosperous Zimbabwe is to understand the nature and character of Zimbabwe’s problems. The country has inextricably linked, seemingly intractable, political and economic issues. On the political side, the challenge is that of polarisation, which is a product of legitimacy issues arising from the disputed outcome of the July 2018 presidential elections. The economy is in free fall, debt-ridden and characterised by a shortage of electricity, a currency…

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ZIMBABWE FACES MAN MADE STARVATION-UN expert on the right to food after visiting the Zimbabwe from 18 to 28 November 2019.

ZIMBABWE FACES MAN MADE  STARVATION-UN expert on the right to food after visiting the Zimbabwe from 18 to 28 November 2019.

ZIMBABWE FACES MAN MADE STARVATION-UN expert on the right to food after visiting the Zimbabwe from 18 to 28 November 2019.Despite the constitutional protection of the right to food and a sophisticated set of human-rights based national laws and policies, man-made starvation is slowly making its way in Zimbabwe, said the UN expert of the right to food after visiting the country from 18 to 28 November 2019.“More than 60% of the population of a…

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MDC CALL TO ACTION : AFTER COPS BANNED SEVERAL MDC gatherings, the Nelson Chamisa-led MDC says the party is tired of the political stand-off in the country and of the Mnangagwa Zanu pf regime using the police to crush opposition activities and is, therefore, planning to roll out fresh protests,

MDC CALL TO ACTION : AFTER COPS BANNED SEVERAL  MDC gatherings, the Nelson Chamisa-led MDC says the party is tired of the political stand-off in the country and of the Mnangagwa Zanu pf regime  using the police to crush opposition activities and is, therefore, planning to roll out fresh protests,

MDC CALL TO ACTION : AFTER COPS BANNED SEVERAL MDC gatherings, the Nelson Chamisa-led MDC says the party is tired of the political stand-off in the country and of the Mnangagwa Zanu pf regime using the police to crush opposition activities and is, therefore, planning to roll out fresh protests, a top party official has revealed. Police this year banned several MDC gatherings, saying they feared the events would turn violent, but the opposition party…

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BULILIMA VILLAGE HEAD (75) arrested for allegedly striking his wife with an axe in an infidelity row before burying the body in a shallow grave.

BULILIMA VILLAGE HEAD (75) arrested for allegedly striking his wife with an axe in an infidelity row before burying the body in a shallow grave.

BULILIMA VILLAGE HEAD (75) arrested for allegedly striking his wife with an axe in an infidelity row before burying the body in a shallow grave.Foreman Sibanda of Village 13 in Vulindlela Ward allegedly struck his wife with an axe on November 11 after accusing her of having an extra marital affair.He carried the body in a wheelbarrow and then dug a shallow grave in the fields about a kilometre from his homestead where he buried…

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POLITICAL ACTIVIST JOSPHAT MZACA NGULUBE, was last week jailed six years for public violence.

POLITICAL ACTIVIST JOSPHAT MZACA NGULUBE, was last week jailed six years for public violence.

POLITICAL ACTIVIST JOSPHAT MZACA NGULUBE, was last week jailed six years for public violence. LAWYERS representing political activist Josphat Mzaca Ngulube have challenged the incarceration of the aspiring Bulawayo legislator who was last week jailed six years for public violence. Ngulube was convicted on charges of burning three cars and property at a house belonging to Zanu-PF Bulawayo provincial women’s league chairperson Eva Bitu during the violent January protests. He was convicted alongside Fortune Masuku,…

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WELCOME EVERYONE: 277,500 MEMBERS, A Quarter of a million members, thank you for the fast growth, participation and continuous encouragement to others to join the group

WELCOME EVERYONE: 277,500 MEMBERS, A Quarter of a million members, thank you for the fast growth, participation and continuous encouragement to others to join the group

WELCOME EVERYONE: 277,500 MEMBERS, A Quarter of a million members, thank you for the fast growth, participation and continuous encouragement to others to join the group, and engage other progressive minded people in respectful and inclusive debate focused on information dissemination in issues that directly affect the ordinary person including human rights, good governance, accountability, transparency, housing, employment, development, girl child, equality, gender, peace, climate change, pollution, youth, freedom and more issues that directly affect…

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MNANGAGWA AND DIDYMUS MUTASA NEPHEW, NORTON MP Themba Mliswa yesterday threatened to mobilise the Zimbabwe public through social media to protest in Parliament and assault MPs on $700 allowances per sitting. for wasting taxpayers money after Zanu PF and MDC MPs continued arguing over a controversial investment law.

MNANGAGWA AND DIDYMUS MUTASA NEPHEW, NORTON MP Themba Mliswa yesterday threatened to mobilise the  Zimbabwe public through social media to protest in Parliament and assault MPs on  $700 allowances per sitting. for wasting taxpayers money after Zanu PF and MDC MPs continued arguing over a controversial investment law.

MNANGAGWA AND DIDYMUS MUTASA NEPHEW, NORTON MP Themba Mliswa yesterday threatened to mobilise the Zimbabwe public through social media to protest in Parliament and assault MPs on $700 allowances per sitting. for wasting taxpayers money after Zanu PF and MDC MPs continued arguing over a controversial investment law.All hell broke loose when Ziyambi refused to take any suggestions on the Bill from opposition MPs saying that he will not recognise them until they recognised President…

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BREAKING NEWS: JULIUS SELLO charged with his bodyguard Adriaan Snyman for unlawful possession of a firearm and ammunition and firing the gun

BREAKING NEWS: JULIUS SELLO charged with his bodyguard Adriaan Snyman   for  unlawful possession of a firearm and ammunition and firing the gun

BREAKING NEWS: JULIUS SELLO the South Africa’s Economic Freedom Fighters Commander In Chief is jointly charged with his bodyguard Adriaan Snyman by the South Africa’s National Prosecuting Authority for firing a gun during a rally in the Eastern Cape in 2018. Snyman is charged with unlawfully providing a gun and ammunition toJulius Malema the former ANC Youth League President who faces five counts, including unlawful possession of a firearm and ammunition without the required permit…

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Government warns that it would arrest opposition leader Nelson Chamisa, if he holds public meetings without police approval

Government warns  that it would arrest opposition leader Nelson Chamisa, if he holds public meetings without police approval

AS POLITICAL tension continues to rise in the country amid growing criticism of the authorities’ brutal handling of dissenters the government warned yesterday that it would arrest opposition leader Nelson Chamisa, pictured, if he holds public meetings without police approval, the Daily News reports.This comes as President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his government are facing renewed pressure from both locals and the international community to respect the country’s Constitution and allow peaceful gatherings and protests.But a…

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