Brisk Business For Traditional Healers As Superstitious Jobless Zimbabweans Seek Help

Brisk Business For Traditional Healers  As Superstitious Jobless Zimbabweans Seek Help

PANIC-STRICKEN workers who recently lost jobs on three months’ notice have reportedly turned to traditional healers to seek supernatural solutions to their misfortunes. Zimbabwe Traditional Healers Association (Zinatha) president George Kandieri told NewZimbabwe.com Wednesday their members have recorded brisk business in the past few weeks with much of the new clientele coming from those who lost their jobs. “There is an upsurge from among those people (workers); they are desperate,” Kandiero said. “So, you find…

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European Union (EU) Warns Zanu PF Regime Over Lack Of Itai Dzamara Updates & Fresh Farm Invasions

European Union (EU)  Warns Zanu PF Regime Over Lack Of Itai Dzamara Updates & Fresh Farm Invasions

THE reluctance by Harare to give updates on their efforts to find the abducted social rights activist Itai Dzamara and reports of fresh farm invasions in Headlands have a great potential of spoiling the bidge-building process, the European Union (EU) has said. The Zimbabwe Peace Project, an NGO, said government officials in Headlands on Thursday invaded four farms, three of which belonged to white commercial farmers. Farm invasions and human rights abuses are some of…

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Ndabaningi Sithole Family Up In Arms Against Munangagwa’s , (Nkomo & Sithole) Sellout Claims

Ndabaningi Sithole Family Up In Arms Against Munangagwa’s , (Nkomo & Sithole) Sellout Claims

VICE President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s decision to give an unusually extensive and no-holds-barred interview to the London based NewAfrican Magazine seems to have backfired after he appeared to sully the legacies of country’s liberation icons. The normally reserved Mnangagwa opened up in extravagant and some may say – careless fashion – during the interview as he reportedly characterised former nationalists Joshua Nkomo, Ndabaningi Sithole and others as “sell-outs”. Mnangagwa said Rhodesian leader Ian Smith had told…

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Mugabe Bars Zambian Opposition UPND, Leader ‘Hakainde Hachilemba’ From MDC Renewal Congress

Mugabe Bars Zambian Opposition UPND, Leader ‘Hakainde Hachilemba’ From MDC Renewal Congress

THE opposition MDC Renewal Team led by former Finance Minister Tendai Biti has accused government of “blocking” its choice of guest-of-honour at the party’s inaugural congress set to begin in Harare on Thursday. Party’s spokesperson Jacob Mafume told NewZimbabwe.com that the Renewal Team had invited Zambian opposition United Party for National Development, leader Hakainde Hachilemba but had met with obstacles from the government. “We had invited other social democrats from the region and Mr Hachilemba…

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‘Mujuru’s Move Confirms The Inevitable Demise Of Zanu-PF’, Says Tsvangirai

‘Mujuru’s Move Confirms The Inevitable Demise Of Zanu-PF’, Says Tsvangirai

There has been a lot of speculation on the proper position of President Morgan Tsvangirai regarding the entrance of former Vice President Joice Mujuru into the political fray as a fellow opposition leader. Firstly, President Tsvangirai’s position regarding the whole issue is that the bold step taken by Amai Mujuru to finally and completely break ranks with Zanu-PF confirms the inevitable demise of Zanu-PF. We are heartened by her realization that the opposition has been…

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Mujuru Party Manifesto:Blueprint To Unlock Investment And Leverage For Development (BUILD)

Mujuru Party Manifesto:Blueprint To Unlock Investment And Leverage For Development (BUILD)

MUJURU PARTY MANIFESTO: BLUEPRINT TO UNLOCK INVESTMENT AND LEVERAGE FOR DEVELOPMENT(BUILD).     MY FELLOW CITIZENS, COUNTRYMEN AND FRIENDS   Since my last statement issued in early June 2015, we have been hard at work and I wish to share with you, in brief, how we propose to translate our vision for a better Zimbabwe into reality-through the proposed Blueprint to Unlock Investment and Leverage for Development (BUILD).   https://www.newsday.co.zw/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/JOYCE-MUJURU-ADVERT-40X7-X2-newEST.pdf

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Mujuru Rattles Zanu PF, Whilst Kasukuwere & Moyo Respond By Leading Attack On Her

Mujuru Rattles Zanu PF, Whilst  Kasukuwere & Moyo Respond By Leading Attack On Her

JOICE Mujuru’s confirmation that she will contest the 2018 vote appears to have rubbed Zanu PF the wrong way with politburo members Saviour Kasukuwere and Jonathan Moyo leading the attack on the former vice president. Kasukuwere said Mujuru was a “nobody” and her vision “lacked depth” while Moyo said she had “stolen the MDC-T’s failed manifesto”. The two were reacting to Mujuru’s manifesto, titled Blueprint to Unlock Investment and Leverage for Development (BUILD), which was…

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Mutumwa Mawere Warns Billionaire Dangote, He’s Risking Fortune With Unpredictable Mugabe

Mutumwa Mawere Warns Billionaire Dangote, He’s Risking Fortune With Unpredictable Mugabe

Dear Mr. Dangote, I am writing this open letter to you as a concerned African. My concern is limited to broader public policy and institutional issues arising from your recent visit to Zimbabwe and subsequent actions pursuant to your company’s interest in investing in Zimbabwe. I believe any decision to invest in a target country should be a voluntary and sovereign one. I am a Zimbabwean by birth and have been exposed to a number…

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Mnangagwa Due In Bulawayo September 24, Warned To Brace For Backlash Over ‘Nkomo Remarks’

Mnangagwa Due In Bulawayo  September 24, Warned To Brace For Backlash Over ‘Nkomo Remarks’

VICE-PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa’s proposed consultative meetings with Bulawayo residents at the end of the month have generated mixed reactions, with some opposition leaders saying he should publicly apologise over his remarks about the late Vice-President Joshua Nkomo. Former Zipra fighter, Max Mnkandla said Mnangagwa, who is due in the city on September 24, should brace for a backlash over his remarks on Nkomo. “If he (Mnangagwa) is coming to consult with Zanu-PF members disguised as…

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Manicaland Provincial Lands Committee Starts Downsizing Underutilised Farms

Manicaland Provincial Lands Committee Starts Downsizing Underutilised Farms

The Manicaland Provincial Lands Committee has started the process of downsizing farms a move that would result in people who are failing to fully utilise their pieces of land losing it. The process is targeting 2 farmers who benefited from the land reform programme and whose farms exceed recommended farm sizes, in an exercise expected to free up idle land for redistribution to the landless. This is in accordance with the Statutory Instrument 288 of…

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