‘We Can Form The Next Gvt’-Democrats of Zimbabwe (RDZ) ‘Elton Mangoma’

‘We Can Form The Next Gvt’-Democrats of Zimbabwe (RDZ) ‘Elton Mangoma’

RENEWAL Democrats of Zimbabwe (RDZ) are not just another political party making up the numbers, but are a genuine contender to become the next government, party president Elton Mangoma has said. Addressing journalists at the Harare Press Club on Friday, Mangoma said he was presenting an alternative political party to Zimbabwe, which has gone 35 years under the rule of one party, Zanu PF. Mangoma was flanked by his party members Fortune Munyonga (Youth President),…

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‘Compulsory Building Levy On All Pupils, Introduced, To Raise US$120 Million’- Dokora

Government plan to further burden parents as the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education will next year introduce a building levy on all schoolchildren in a bid to raise funds for the construction of houses for teachers. The Ministry projects US$120 million will be raised yearly by levying the four million pupils at learning institutions countrywide, although authorities are yet to determine the sum each pupil will contribute. According Minister Lazaras Dokora, although the education…

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‘Zim Will Descend Into Anarchy By December 2015, Zanu PF Conference’-Tsvangiarai

‘Zim Will Descend Into Anarchy By December 2015, Zanu PF Conference’-Tsvangiarai

The late Harare deputy mayor councillor Thomas Muzuva, was laid to rest in Wedza’ Addressing the gathered mourners,  Zimbabwe’s disbanded  GNU and former Prime Minister , the leader of the opposition group  MDC T , ‘Richard Morgan Tsvangirai’ claimed  on Saturday that by December 2015, Zimbabwe will descend into uncontrolled anarchy. The late Harare deputy mayor, Muzuva succumbed to  colon cancer a week ago at the age of 43. Tsvangirai reiterated that if Mugabe’s Zanu PF regime, the ruling party are…

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VP Mphoko , 288 Days In 5Star Rainbow Towers Hotel 17th Floor Executive Suite

VP Mphoko , 288 Days In 5Star Rainbow Towers Hotel 17th Floor Executive Suite

Whislt Zimbabwe is reeling from the effects of a dead Zanu PF created economy, joblessness and no electricity service delivery, vice president  Phelekezela Mphoko is still living large, at the  five-star Rainbow Towers Hotel in Harare. He has now , registered a total of 288 days  in the hotel starting form his appointment to the post of Zimbabwe’s second vice president in December 2014 , living in the hotel’s executive suite since December 14, in 2014. Government  has reportedly spent…

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Load Shedding Fuels Deforestation, So, Zimbabwe Unveils 15Million Tree Planting Venture

Load Shedding Fuels Deforestation, So, Zimbabwe Unveils 15Million Tree Planting Venture

Zimbabwe’s ZESA 18 Hr daily power cut regime is fueling massive deforestation in both rural and urban areas. The incessant cutting down of trees for firewood to use for lighting, warmth and cooking as a result of the ZESA Service Delivery failure is massively threatening Zimbabwe’s foliage, and yet the biggest indicator that the nation is swiftly distancing itself from the Global Green vision, all thanks to the corrupt Mugabe’s Zanu PF regime. The Zanu PF…

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‘Blackout: 4am-10Pm Loadshedding May Go Beyond Advertised Schedules’-ZESA

‘Blackout: 4am-10Pm Loadshedding May Go Beyond Advertised Schedules’-ZESA

ZESA Holdings yesterday published a tight load shedding schedule that will see towns across the country without power between 4AM and 10PM almost on a daily basis. The country is experiencing serious blackouts blamed on breakdowns and repairs at the power plants. Low water levels at Lake Kariba have worsened the situation at Kariba Power Station. The load shedding schedule published by Zesa Holdings subsidiary, the Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company, indicated that most of…

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Ruthless, Murderous CIO, Disgruntled As ‘Meagre’ Pay Day Is Moved By Two Weeks

Ruthless, Murderous CIO, Disgruntled As ‘Meagre’ Pay Day  Is Moved By Two Weeks

President Robert Mugabe’s trusted spooks in the Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) have not been spared the current economic problems – with their pay day being moved by almost two weeks. Sources confided in The Zimbabwean that the dates were moved in May this year as government struggled to mobilise enough revenue to pay public employees President Robert Mugabe’s trusted spooks in the Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) have not been spared the current economic problems –…

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Kenyans Are Five Times More Likely To Be Shot Dead By Armed Police Than By Criminals

Research indicates that Kenyans live in fear of being shot dead by what is now commonly viewed as ruthless, lawless armed Kenyan police. It is said that a Kenyan is more likely to be shot dead by the lawless police than by armed criminals’ Statistics show that a total of  at least 70% of 1,868 people died from gunshot wounds inflicted by the Kenyan police force, over the last five years whilst only 14 percent of…

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‘Rural-Urban Migration Causes, Water & Electricity Problems’-Zanu PF Mumbengegwi

Foreign Affairs Minister Simbarashe Mumbengegwi says most African countries are facing rural-urban migration which has caused a lot of pressure on urban facilities such as water, electricity and accommodation. Mumbengegwi said load shedding in Zimbabwe has become occurrence with some young people creating a joke that a romantic dinner by candle light is compulsory in Zimbabwe. He said despite proper plans by urban authorities, at times it is difficult at times to restrict the movement…

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Messenger Of Court Blocked By Soldiers From ZBC Studio Access For US$300,000 Debt Collection

Messenger Of Court Blocked By Soldiers From ZBC Studio Access For US$300,000 Debt Collection

  BUSINESS came to a standstill for nearly three hours at ZBC’s Pockets Hill headquarters Friday morning when soldiers manning the gates refused the Messenger of Court access to the premises. ZBC premises around the country are guarded by the Zimbabwe National Army. The Deputy Sheriff and his staff wanted to attach the financially crippled State broadcaster’s property, including vehicles over unpaid water bills and other supplementary rates. ZBC owes Harare City Council more than…

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