Tendai Biti Says Mutapas Would Not Have Approved Of Mugabe’s Poor Economic Record

Tendai Biti Says Mutapas Would Not Have Approved Of Mugabe’s Poor Economic Record

Zimbabwe’s ancient Shona kings would be disappointed with how President Robert Mugabe has run-down the country since taking over from Rhodesia 35 years ago, People’s Democratic Party (PDP) leader Tendai Biti has said.   Biti told his party activists at a provincial meeting at the weekend that Mugabe’s administration has shown Zimbabweans “how not to govern a country”.   “This once great empire of Munhumutapa is now a laughing stock. The Mutapas would be very…

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Philip Chiyangwa, Temba Mliswa To Face Off In Zifa Presidency Race?

Philip Chiyangwa,  Temba Mliswa To Face Off In Zifa Presidency Race?

ZANU-PF politician and businessman, Philip Chiyangwa, and former chairman for the ruling party in Mashonaland West, Temba Mliswa, look set to go head to head in Zifa Presidency elections after Mliswa also entered the race to occupy the hot seat at number 53 Livingstone Avenue. The ZIFA elections will be conducted on the 5th of December. Chiyangwa and Mliswa looks like do not see eye to eye after Chiyangwa said Mliswa is no saint having…

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Mugabe & Zanu PF Must Prepare For Mass Demos Until Democracy & Respect For Human Rights Are Restored

Mugabe & Zanu PF Must Prepare For Mass Demos Until Democracy & Respect For Human Rights Are Restored

Former prime minister Morgan Tsvangirai’s MDC says President Robert Mugabe and his post-congress Zanu-PF should brace themselves for more mass demonstrations until they restore democracy and respect human rights in the country. The warning follows a brutal police clampdown on the party’s supporters over the past few days, which has seen its activists and journalists alike being jailed in rural Makoni after the MDC mounted successful demonstrations there. Speaking at the weekend after a rally…

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Grace Mugabe Faces Parly Probe Over Partisan Distribution Of State Property

Grace Mugabe Faces Parly Probe Over Partisan Distribution Of State Property

Opposition MPs want Parliament, through the portfolio committees of Finance and Agriculture, to probe First Lady Grace Mugabe on what they say is her abuse of public property – in the wake of her ongoing “donation” of government-sourced farming equipment to Zanu-PF supporters only. Speaking during a parliamentary debate on Wednesday, Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa disclosed that the agricultural equipment being distributed by Grace was part of a US$98 million loan facility extended to Zimbabwe…

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Zimbabwe Gvt In Fast Track Preparation For Mass Civil Service Retrechments

Despite public protestations to the contrary, President Robert Mugabe’s cash-strapped government is moving with speed to identify and retrench tens of thousands of civil servants in a bid to contain its ballooning wage bill that is sucking most of its resources, the Daily News on Sunday has established. Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa assured the International Monetary Fund (IMF) last month that the government would implement a raft of measures, including slashing its onerous civil service…

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Moyo Tragedy:’ We Are Losing Our Humanity’

Moyo Tragedy:’ We Are Losing Our Humanity’

IF YOU gaze into the Abyss, the Abyss gazes into you. He who fights with monsters should see to it that he does not become a monster himself! Zimbabwe’s Minister of Higher and Tertiary Education, Professor Jonathan Moyo lost his second youngest and sweetest daughter, Zanele Naledi Moyo on Saturday, 17th October 2015. Her lifeless body was discovered in her room in Cape Town, South Africa. Online reports say Zanele was found dead in the…

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‘Zanu PF Grabbing Land From Poor, Parcelling To Tycoons,Like Billy Rautenbach’ Mangoma

‘Zanu PF Grabbing Land From Poor, Parcelling To Tycoons,Like Billy Rautenbach’ Mangoma

ZANU PF is trying to reverse the country’s independence by grabbing vast tracts of land from the poor and parcelling it out to tycoons such as Green Fuel financier Billy Rautenbach, the opposition Renewal Democrats of Zimbabwe (RDZ) party has said. RDZ national spokesperson, Pishai Muchauya, said party leader Elton Mangoma has nothing to do with disturbances taking place in Chinyamukwakwa area, saying locals were only expressing their anger. Rautenbach, last week accused Mongoma, energy…

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R&B Star ‘Tinashe’ (22), Poses For Playboy Magazine

SEXY songstress Tinashe is the latest star to pose for Playboy magazine – but she’s fully clothes.   For anyone who had doubts about Playboy’s move to discontinue the use of nude photographs, the November issue will put them to bed.   Although she’s fully clothed in her new photoshoot, Tinashe still managed to flaunt her curves an exude seductiveness.   The R&B star, whose father is from Zimbabwe, was featured in the Becoming Attraction’…

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‘Reading Zimbabwe’s Newspapers Is Like being In A den Of Monkeys’-Deputy Attorney General

‘Reading Zimbabwe’s Newspapers Is Like being In A den Of Monkeys’-Deputy Attorney General

Deputy Attorney General Kumbirai Hodzi says local newspapers are at the forefront of destroying Zimbabwe’s potential to develop as they neglect community development issues preferring to delve on trivial matters. Hodzi was speaking at a Transparency International Zimbabwe function in Harare last week. He said the state media which should be championing development were abusing their responsibility by focusing on trivial issues which do not benefit the nation. “I have told everybody including the vice Presidents and even the…

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Chiyangwa Demands US$5,000 Each From 8000 Southlea Park Residents For Title Deeds

  PROPERTY tycoon and Zanu PF central committee member, Philip Chiyangwa, is forcing residents of Harare’s Southlea Park to pay $5,000 per household for title deeds.   Home to over 8,000 people, Southlea Park is run by Odar Housing Development Project – a consortium of 56 companies.   Chiyangwa has given them 120 months to pay up in instalments of at least US$60 for high density residential stands.   Residents however, want to know why…

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