Mugabe tells Women’s League Assembly, ignore what they public say out there about me and my deputies-we are united!

Mugabe tells Women’s League Assembly, ignore what they public say out there about me  and my deputies-we are united!

  President Mugabe yesterday said Zanu-PF was solidly united and would not allow rumours to divide and destroy top leadership including his two deputies with whom he has worked since the days of the liberation struggle. He said factions did not exist in Zanu-PF as it only had some distinctive organs. Addressing the Zanu-PF Women’s League National Assembly meeting at the party’s headquarters in Harare yesterday, President Mugabe called for unity among party members. The…

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Insiza man who robbed Bulawayo traders at Selbourne Hotel, at gunpoint, sentenced to 22 years in prison

  A MAN from Insiza who robbed two osiphatheleni of more than R30 000 at gunpoint at Selbourne Hotel in Bulawayo has been sentenced to 22 years in jail. Mpumelelo Moyo (41) and his accomplice Zama Tshuma, who is still at large, shot one of their victims on the knee before robbing him of R30 000 and $600. Moyo pleaded not guilty to armed robbery and attempted murder but Bulawayo Regional Magistrate Mr Mark Dzira…

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‘Mugabe’s (93) hold onto power , Zimbabwe’s waning fortunes stretch Sadc counterparts’ patience to the limit’-, analysts .

‘Mugabe’s  (93) hold onto power , Zimbabwe’s  waning fortunes stretch Sadc counterparts’ patience to the limit’-, analysts .

  PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s decision to cling onto power despite his advanced age and his country’s waning fortunes has stretched his Sadc counterparts’ patience to the limit, analysts have said. Mugabe was last week was left seething in anger after Botswana leader, Ian Khama described him as a liability to the region and urged him to step down. According to The Namibian newspaper, President Hage Geingob has expressed similar sentiments. Mugabe was last week was…

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‘Zambian churches condemn President Lungu over creating a religion ministry, as it allows government meddling in church issues’

        Lusaka — Zambian churches have slammed President Edgar Lungu for creating a religion ministry, saying that this would lead to government meddling in church issues, said a report on Wednesday. According to the Tablet, the Zambia Conference of Catholic Bishops (ZCCB) and the Council of Churches in Zambia (CCZ) were not pleased over the newly created ministry. Both bodies warned that the move could turn the country into a theocracy and…

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Mugabe caps 3 667 including youngest ever UZ graduate (18) who started Bachelor’s degree in Accounting at 14 years of age

  President Mugabe yesterday conferred degrees to 3 667 University of Zimbabwe graduates from nine faculties and the College of Health Sciences. The faculties are Agriculture, Arts, Commerce, Education, Engineering, Law, Science, Social Studies and Veterinary Science. Of the graduates, 3 106 were conferred with first degrees, 535 with Masters Degrees and 25 with Doctor of Philosophy degrees. Among those graduating with bachelors’ degrees, 149 had first-class passes. For the first time in the history…

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SPACEX Founder, multi-billionaire Musk: says human beings must become a space faring civilisation and multiplanetary species

SPACEX FOUNDER, MULTI-BILLIONAIRE ELON MUSK: says human beings must become a space faring civilisation and multiplanetary species. Musk says he plans to send 100 people on his space craft to mars planet on a trip estimated to initially cost US$10 billion per passenger by the year   The astronomous cost of the 2024 mars trip is expected to be eventually lowered for passengers to US US$100,00 a high figure, but certainly massively lower than the…

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FORMER Copac co-chair and Zanu PF central committee member challenges Zimbabweans to demand the full implementation of provisions of the new Constitution

FORMER Copac co-chair and Zanu PF central committee member challenges Zimbabweans to demand the full implementation of provisions of the new Constitution

  FORMER Copac co-chairperson and Zanu PF central committee member Munyaradzi Paul Mangwana has challenged Zimbabweans to demand the full implementation of provisions of the new Constitution, saying the State would not give those rights on a silver platter. Speaking in Harare yesterday at an Alpha Media Holdings (AMH)-organised public meeting on the state of constitutionalism, Mangwana said most of the challenges being experienced were a result of lack of a transitional mechanism. “If we…

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1,5 metre-long snake king cobra charges at at villagers attending an assistance handover ceremony to family that lost three members in a veld fire

  There was drama at the Kore homestead yesterday when a 1,5 metre-long snake charged at villagers attending the handover of assistance to the family that lost three members in a veld fire.The incident took place when Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare Minister Prisca Mupfumira who is also Senator for Makonde was addressing the gathering. People, including elderly women, had to scurry for safety as the snake which was identified as a king cobra kept…

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‘High Court judge, , reportedly solicited a $20 000 bribe from one of the parties in a case she was presiding over’

  High Court judge, Justice Priscilla Chigumba, reportedly solicited a $20 000 bribe from one of the parties in a case she was presiding over, the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) revealed yesterday. JSC chairman and Chief Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku, said they were considering referring the case to President Mugabe for him to set up a commission to look into it. This came out during an interview in which, Justice Chigumba was one of eight High…

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BULAWAYO:Knife wielding Cowdray Park station Assistant Inspector and 4 accomplices ‘CIO’ attack witness at home to prevent court testimony against them.

BULAWAYO:Knife wielding Cowdray Park station Assistant Inspector and 4 accomplices ‘CIO’ attack witness at home to prevent court testimony against them.

    FIVE police officers armed with knives allegedly raided the home of a State witness in a bribery case and beat him up in an effort to stop him from testifying against them in court. The cops, a court heard yesterday, threatened to kill Mr Claudius Chauke during the mafia-style attack at midnight.  They allegedly told him that they were members of the Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO). The cops allegedly advised Mr Chauke that…

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