‘Nothing Can Stop Me From Becoming A Cabinet Minister If I Want’-Grace Mugabe

‘Nothing Can Stop Me  From Becoming A Cabinet Minister If I Want’-Grace Mugabe

President Robert Mugabe’s wife, Grace has inadvertently admitted having sway over the state President’s decision making, telling the State controlled Sunday Mail newspaper there was no force that could stop her from becoming cabinet minister. In a wide-ranging interview with the government controlled weekly to mark her 50th birthday, Grace said she had been inundated with requests from unnamed individuals to take up a ministerial post but turned them down. “There has been speculation out there…

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MDC-T Abandons ‘No reforms No Elections’ Strategy , And Re-engages The West -Mwonzora

MDC-T  Abandons ‘No reforms No Elections’ Strategy , And  Re-engages The West -Mwonzora

THE MDC-T says it has abandoned its no reforms no elections strategy with  secretary general Douglas Mwonzora revealing that he will this week lead a party delegation to Europe where they are expected to brief western governments and party supporters on the country’s state of affairs ahead of the 2018 elections. Mwonzora told NewZimbabwe.com at the weekend that his delegation will, among other countries, visit England, Norway and Australia. “The four day visit has been…

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‘I Have Never, In Any Way,In Any Place, At Any Time , Said I Want To Be President’ -Grace

‘I Have Never, In Any Way,In Any Place, At Any Time , Said I Want To Be  President’ -Grace

FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe has revealed that Zanu PF bigwigs angling to succeed President Robert Mugabe had embarked on a smear campaign targeting her out of fear that she harboured ambitions to take over power from her 91-year-old husband. In a wide-ranging interview with the State media during her lavish 50th birthday celebrations at her expansive Borrowdale home in Harare on Saturday, Grace conceded that Zanu PF had been rocked by power struggles centred on…

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‘Hugh Beadle Teacher Sibongile Nyathi Stabbed Grade One Pupil (6) In Head With Pencil’

‘Hugh Beadle Teacher Sibongile Nyathi Stabbed Grade One Pupil (6)  In Head With Pencil’

A Grade One pupil is lucky to be alive after staying for two months with a piece of pencil in his head which broke off when he was allegedly stabbed by his teacher at Hugh Beadle Primary School in Bulawayo. The incident reportedly took place in front of the whole class on 12 March, when Mrs Sibongile Nyathi allegedly stabbed the six-year-old boy for failing to space words in sentences using his finger. Surgeons at…

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Harare Dad (36) Pours Parrafin Into Daughter’s (7) Privates For Testifying In Court Against Him

Harare Dad (36) Pours Parrafin Into Daughter’s (7) Privates For Testifying In Court Against Him

A Harare man has been arrested on allegations of pouring paraffin on his seven-year-old daughter’s private parts as punishment for testifying against him in court. According to the police, the mother of the child recently approached the Civil Court to seek a protection order against her 36-year-old husband, whom she accused of physical and verbal abuse in the presence of their two daughters. She was granted the order after the daughter testified against the father….

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‘Air Force One Has Now Landed At Addis Ababa’s International Airport’

Addis Ababa (AFP) – US President Barack Obama landed in Ethiopia on Sunday, beginning a two-day stay and becoming the first American leader to visit Africa’s second most populous nation. Air Force One touched down at Addis Ababa’s international airport after a short flight north from the Kenyan capital Nairobi. The president was greeted by Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn before the 25-car convoy left for the US embassy. The visit will include talks with…

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Zimbabwe Is Preparing To Conduct Its First Ever HIV Vaccine Trial

Zimbabwe Is Preparing To Conduct Its First Ever HIV Vaccine Trial

Zimbabwe is preparing to conduct its first ever HIV vaccine trial as part of efforts to curb the spread of HIV. The country is one of the hardest hit by HIV/AIDS, with an estimated adult HIV prevalence of 15 percent and 1.4 million people living with HIV out of a population of 14 million people. About 800,000 HIV-positive locals are also on anti-retroviral drugs. Lynda Stranix-Chibanda, a paediatrician at the University of Zimbabwe College of…

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‘If Immigration Give You 3 , When You Have 90 days, You Know Your Rights. Ignore !’-Malusi Gigaba

‘If  Immigration  Give You 3 , When You Have 90 days, You Know Your Rights. Ignore !’-Malusi Gigaba

South Africa’s affairs minister Malusi Gigaba has said immigrants would not be declared undesired persons simply because officials at ports of entry granted them unreasonable days to be in South Africa. “If an immigration official gives you three days, when you have 90 days, you know your rights. Just ignore them. Simply ignore them,” Gigaba told reporters in Pretoria. “It is not the immigration officer that is going to declare you undesirable. It is the…

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‘Remove Requirement For Dads Or Married Surnames For Kids & Wives’ Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga

“I don’t want to continuously apologise for being Ndebele because somebody has decided that your definition is Shona because the sperm that produced you came from a Shona man. “The last (survey) result that we had showed that 72 per cent of local men were duped of paternity.” FIREBRAND MDC legislator and feminist, Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga says she plans to formally challenge a requirement for children to adopt their fathers’ surnames as opposed to those of…

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‘President Robert Mugabe Shares Bed With Son, Bellarmine Chatunga (18)’-Grace Mugabe

‘President Robert Mugabe  Shares Bed With Son, Bellarmine Chatunga (18)’-Grace Mugabe

President Robert Mugabe often turns to his teenage last born son, Bellarmine Chatunga, for a bedroom companion – when his wife is away from home. Chatunga, by his own parents’ admission, is something of a slouch at school, and his father often invites him to bed – to talk. This was revealed by First Lady, Grace Mugabe, as she tried to show that her 91-year-old husband finds time for his children despite his busy schedule…

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