‘Yes, sanctions and Zanu-PF are inseparable twins, they move together, so Zanu-PF and sanctions must go!’ Chamisa.

‘Yes, sanctions and Zanu-PF are inseparable twins, they move together, so Zanu-PF and sanctions must go!’ Chamisa.

“Yes, sanctions and Zanu-PF must go because they are twins, they move together. When you see Zanu-PF, you have seen sanctions. We have said we don’t want sanctions on our country, but sanctions will only go after we remove Zanu-PF. Zanu-PF is the inviter of sanctions on this country.”Chamisa said in conversations with United States officials, he told them that the MDC was keen to see a normalisation of relations, “but they must judge us…

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ZANU PF ARE CLEARLY GLOBAL PFEEERORRISTS, AS MALAWI Vice President orders immediate deportation of Chihuri

ZANU PF ARE CLEARLY GLOBAL PFEEERORRISTS, AS MALAWI Vice President orders immediate deportation of Chihuri

Zimbabwe’s former Police Commissioner General Augustine Chihuri who fled Zimbabwe after the forced removal from office of the former president of Zimbabwe Robert Mugabe from office in 2017 in fear of his own safety from the people he oppressed heavily since independance in 1980 from the racist white Ian Smith Rhodesia regime is facing deportation from Malawi, after Malawi’s vice president, the UTM Party leader Saulos Chilima announced to the nation on Sunday that a…

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ZIMBABWE’S POLITICAL CIRCUS AS MDC-Alliance Members of Parliament cost the taxpayer over US$100 000 by walking out of parliament

ZIMBABWE’S POLITICAL CIRCUS AS MDC-Alliance Members of Parliament cost the taxpayer over US$100 000 by walking out of parliament

.This drama last week triggered the re-sitting of the House last Friday. The National Assembly re-sit came about because of a early adjourned of the previous day’s proceedings when MDC ALLIANCE MPs walked out instantly causing a parliamentary quorum crisis at the very time the House was about to debate two crucial Bills, namely the Tripartite Negotiating Forum Bill and Companies and Other Entities Bill.Zimbabwe’s Parliament which in general does not sit on Fridays, had…

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‘HOW GUDYANGA (69) PAID US$1 629 500 secret payments to Nikuv in 2014 to manipulate the country’s elections’.

‘HOW GUDYANGA (69) PAID US$1 629 500  secret payments to Nikuv in 2014  to manipulate the country’s elections’.

Former president Robert Mugabe’s government made a series of secret payments to a company linked to controversial Israeli firm Nikuv, which was accused of manipulating the country’s elections in the past, it has been revealed.Confidential documents obtained by this publication show that government officials are still battling to keep the details under wraps.Mines and Mining Development ministry former secretary Francis Gudyana, who is accused of siphoning US$1,6 million from the Minerals Marketing Corporation of Zimbabwe…

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Confederation of African Football barrs ZIFA from using the National Sports Stadium for two matches after to deaths and injuries recently.

Confederation of African Football barrs ZIFA from using the National Sports Stadium for two matches after to deaths and injuries recently.

THE Confederation of African Football have barred ZIFA from using the National Sports Stadium for the next two official home matches following the chaos that led to loss of life and injuries at the giant stadium recently. ZIFA spokesperson Xoliani Gwesela said the association were sanctioned by the CAF Disciplinary Board yesterday in terms of CAF Statutes and Regulations and Articles 82, 83.1 and 151 of the CAF Disciplinary Code. However, one match from the…

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Ex Harare St Johns deputy, nominated as one of the 2019-2020 Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study Fellows at Harvard University.

Ex Harare St Johns deputy, nominated as one of the 2019-2020 Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study Fellows at Harvard University.

NEAL Hovelmeier, a former St John’s College deputy headmaster in Harare, who acrimoniously parted ways with the school after admitting that he was gay, has been nominated as one of the 2019-2020 Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study Fellows at Harvard University.According to the institute, Hovelmeier will pursue an individual project in a community dedicated to exploration and inquiry at Harvard’s institute for advanced study.The Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study is regarded one of the foremost…

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CHIPINGE Lushof ,white farmer JF Johannes (36), mistook his black employee for a stray dog and shot him

CHIPINGE Lushof ,white farmer JF Johannes (36), mistook his black employee for a stray  dog and shot him

CHIPINGE white farmer, who shot and injured his employee claiming that he had mistaken him for a stray dog and blaming the victim for the incident, has been convicted of negligently causing serious bodily harm to the employee.Joubert Francois Johannes (36) of Lushof Farm, pleaded not guilty when his trial started before Chipinge magistrate, Joshua Nembaware last month.He was, however, charged with negligently causing serious bodily harm to his employee, Frank Makuyana. In his defence,…

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CHIEF CHARUMBIRA loses more land to Nemanwa clan following government’s decision to upgrade Nemamwa headmanship to a chieftainship

CHIEF CHARUMBIRA loses more land to Nemanwa clan   following government’s  decision to upgrade Nemamwa headmanship to a chieftainship

Headman Nemanwa is expected to become acting Chief Nemanwa until a substantive chief is selected Chief Charumbira is set to lose more land to the Nemamwa clan following government’s decision to upgrade the Nemamwa headmanship to a chieftainship, a move which will leave the former with only one ward.The Nemamwa chieftainship was abolished more several decades ago after the colonial government classified most of the land as white settler land.The latest development, however, comes barely…

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HUAWEI the heart of political controversy and espionage allegations in UK, US and West, donates ICT equipment to UZ

HUAWEI the heart of political controversy and espionage allegations in UK, US and West, donates ICT equipment to UZ

Leading multinational telecommunications equipment and consumer electronics manufacturer, Huawei donated ICT equipment worth US$98 313.90 to the University of Zimbabwe to equip the institution in offering the latest training in information and communication technology.Speaking at the handover ceremony yesterday Huawei Zimbabwe Managing Director Hao Wen said his company was committed to enhancing technical skills training to students.“As a result of this commitment, we will, today, hand over the ICT equipment to the University of Zimbabwe….

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Zimbabwe Teachers Association (Zimta) with a membership of 40,000 has now withdrawn from the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) on the grounds that ZCTU operates on partisan politics.

Zimbabwe Teachers Association (Zimta) with a membership of 40,000  has now withdrawn from the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) on the grounds that ZCTU operates on partisan politics.

The Zimbabwe Teachers Association (Zimta) which has a membership of 40,000 members has now withdrawn from the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) on the grounds that ZCTU operates on partisan politics. This is a massive blow to ZCTU which faces difficulty currently in accumulating union dues from its 32 affiliate unions. The ZCTU has over the years been seen as an extension of the MDC, having birthed the country’s biggest opposition political party in…

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