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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Zanu-PF Stalwart Sikhanyiso Ndlovu In (Mater Dei Intensive Care Unit Bulawayo), After Stroke

Zanu-PF Stalwart Sikhanyiso Ndlovu In (Mater Dei Intensive Care Unit Bulawayo), After Stroke

Ailing Zanu-PF stalwart Sikhanyiso Ndlovu is currently under close observation at Mater Dei Intensive Care Unit in Bulawayo. The Duke, as he is affectionately known, was rushed to hospital on Sunday after suffering a stroke. His younger brother- Simangaliso confirmed the development. “My brother is still at the hospital. The medical team is still examining him…that’s all I can say for now,” he said.Source – Byo24. see more at www.newzimbabwevision.com

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Former Radio 2 Producer/ Presenter ‘Lazaras Tembo’ ,Lazee Tee’s Body Leaves UK Tonight

Former Radio 2 Producer/ Presenter  ‘Lazaras Tembo’ ,Lazee Tee’s  Body Leaves UK Tonight

The body of former Radio Two presenter and producer late Lazaras Tembo who died in London will depart from that country to Zimbabwe tonight at 9pm according to his former wake mate Eric Knight. “May I take this opportunity to inform all friends and accomplices to the late Broadcaster Lazarus Tembo that his body departs from London Heathrow Airport today at 9pm. It arrives at Harare International Airport tomorrow (Thursday at 2120hrs),” Knight said. “From…

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Mugabe, Panics Over Deteriorating Economic Situation And Threat Of Social Unrest

Mugabe, Panics Over Deteriorating Economic Situation And Threat Of Social Unrest

Analyst have said that faced with the deteriorating economic situation and threat of social unrest, President Robert Mugabe and the government have changed the country’s investment terrain. This is why the minister of Youth, Indigenization and Economic Empowerment, Christopher Mushowe, recently said that the laws compelling investors to cede 51 percent of their investment to locals would now only be mandatory in the mining sector. This is a major climb down from what Mugabe had…

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SA Gvt Repatriated More Than 15 000 Undocumented Immigrants, April to July 2015

SA Gvt  Repatriated More Than 15 000 Undocumented Immigrants,  April to July 2015

PRETORIA – The SA government has repatriated more than 15 000 undocumented immigrants, amidst an on going multi-divisions crime-combating blitz, code-named Operation Fiela, Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe said on Monday. “In the period April to July 2015 a total number of 15 396 people who were in South Africa illegally have been repatriated to their countries,” said Radebe who chairs the government’s Inter-Ministerial Committee on Migration. The committee was established after a wave…

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Former VP, ‘Joice Mujuru’ Has Announced She Will Contest The 2018 Elections.

Former VP,  ‘Joice Mujuru’ Has Announced She Will Contest The 2018 Elections.

  FORMER Vice-President Joice Mujuru has announced she will contest the 2018 elections. Mujuru, fired from government and the ruling party late last year, has been flirting with the idea of coming back into mainstream politics amid reports of the coalescing of a group of disgruntled ex-Zanu PF stalwarts stampeded out of the former liberation movement as part of the succession fight. On Tuesday she published a Blueprint to Unlock Investment and Leverage for Development…

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(ZINASU) Leader Gilbert Mutubuki ,GNU Compromised Opposition-Time For Action Is Now!

(ZINASU) Leader Gilbert Mutubuki ,GNU Compromised Opposition-Time For Action Is Now!

ZINASU leader says GNU compromised opposition, time for action is now RELATED STORIES THE inclusive government demobilised the opposition and pro-democracy organisations by “compromising” and “weakening” them to the extent of taking a back seat while the country continues “burning”, a student leader has said. The Zimbabwe National Students Union (ZINASU) leader Gilbert Mutubuki said this Friday in an interview with NewZimbabwe.com. This was during ZINASU’s first stakeholders meeting at the University of Zimbabwe held…

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Nkomo, A Sell-Out?…’Mnangagwa Is A Filthy, Shamless Coward’-Moses-Mzila Ndlovu

FORMER national healing minister Moses-Mzila Ndlovu has described Emmerson Mnangagwa as a “filthy, shameless and brainless coward” after the vice president suggested the late Joshua Nkomo was a sell-out. Mnangagwa recently told the New African magazine that Rhodesian Prime Minister Ian Smith said the reason why Mugabe won the 1980 elections was because he was closer to the general public while his nemesis Nkomo was partly representing white interests. “In 1980, just after the elections…

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