- 'WIFI FOR GOATS, sphaghetti roads 40 min flight to Harare yet MDC local roads are a mess under illegitimate MDC president Chamisa'-VP Chiwenga
- PARLIAMENT business ground to an abrupt halt yesterday after MDC MPs were evicted from Harare hotel rooms to pave way for Zanu PF delegates booked in the same facilities for the duration of their party conference in Goromonzi, 32km south-east of the capital.
- 'ILLEGITIMATE President Mnangagwa has removed Chief Ndiweni, blocked his allowances and ordered that his vehicle must be withdrawn from him as he is not the legitimate Chief'
- Members of the Zimbabwe Republic Police are reported to have gone on the rampage as randomly assaulting the public in Harare on Thursday night Human Rights Lawyer Douglas Coltart has reported.
- Faced with food shortage, drugs and medical and psychiatric doctors, Ingutsheni mental health hospital in Bulawayo will tomorrow get an early Christimas after a group of well-wishers promised to donate goods to the institution.
Saviour Kasukuwere was forced to call for an emergency meeting at Zanu-PF’s national headquarters in Harare on Monday to try and quell ugly clashes between rival factions in Mashonaland East province but gave up after being overwhelmed by the infighting.
The meeting was attended by the province’s Politburo members, Cabinet ministers and other party leaders. By bringing everyone from the province to the table to discuss the problems, Kasukuwere had hoped to at least bring peace among them.
However, the meeting turned explosive when warring faction members took radical positions and started blaming each other for the chaos rocking the party’s biggest stronghold.
This comes after a group linked to the G40 attempted to oust provincial chairperson, Joel Biggie Matiza, by garnering 33 signature for a vote of no confidence.
However Matiza managed to get 99 signatures of his own to turn the table on the officials who had removed him. He then proceeded to fire them instead, during a weekend full of drama.
photo- provincial chairperson, Joel Biggie Matiza