BULAWAYO – ZAPU was swallowed by ZANU (PF) in 1987 when the late Joshua Nkomo brokered a deal with Mugabe over gukurahundi

BULAWAYO – ZAPU was swallowed by ZANU (PF) in 1987 when the late  Joshua Nkomo brokered a deal with  Mugabe over gukurahundi

  BULAWAYO – ZAPU President Dumiso Dabengwa says he is wary of being ‘swallowed’ again and as such his party is working flat out to ensure that it retains its ‘originality’ during talks for a possible alliance of political opposition parties ahead of the country’s watershed elections earmarked for 2018. Speaking during a dialogue symposium dubbed “Prospects and Challenges of Building a Grand Coalition of Opposition Political Parties Ahead of 2018 Elections” organised by the…

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Economic Freedom Party leader Julius Malema participated in 2014 election funded with diamonds money through the Zim Embassy

Economic Freedom Party leader Julius Malema participated in 2014 election funded with diamonds money through the Zim Embassy

A Zimbabwe Communist Party leader Ngqabutho Nicholas Mabhena based in South Africa has said Zanu PF must not forget that when Economic Freedom Party leader Julius Malema participated in the election as opposition to the ruling African National Congress there are the ones who funded him.   “The Zanu (PF) political leadership forgets that, in 2014 elections in South Africa, they funded EFF with diamonds money through the Zimbabwean Embassy in Pretoria,” he said.  …

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UPDATE:-The elusive Zimbabwe civil servants bonus for the year 2016:

UPDATE:-The elusive Zimbabwe civil servants bonus for the year  2016:

  THE Zimbabwe Government has offered civil servants cash along with non-monetary benefits, residential stands and property investment bonds as payment options for 2016 bonuses . All options on offer were rejected by workers’ representatives. A meeting is scheduled for February 20 over bonuses. The DISCERNING eye newzimbabwevision says this may be the best way of forcing the government to finally give dates of payment and issue the bonuses in full cash, considering that February…

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(ZimPF) Mujuru, declares she will contest 2018 against Mugabe, with or without electoral reforms demanded by opposition

(ZimPF)  Mujuru, declares she will  contest 2018 against Mugabe, with or without electoral reforms demanded by opposition

  ZIMBABWE People First (ZimPF) leader, Joice Mujuru, yesterday waved a defiant fist, declaring she was now geared to contest next year’s presidential race against President Robert Mugabe, with or without the electoral reforms demanded by her counterparts in the country’s opposition ranks. In a statement posted on her Facebook wall, which was confirmed by the ZimPF leader’s spokesperson, Gift Nyandoro, Mujuru told her supporters that boycotting the 2018 elections was not an option, despite…

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FAST growing retail firm Choppies to open 32 Zimbabwe branch, in Sunningdale this week.-managing director Mphoko

FAST growing retail firm Choppies  to open 32 Zimbabwe branch, in Sunningdale this week.-managing director Mphoko

FAST growing retail firm Choppies Zimbabwe looks forward to a robust business in 2017 in view of improved consumer spending on the back of use of plastic money and introduction of bond notes. Choppies managing director Mr Siqokoqela Mphoko said the company would be opening its 32nd branch in Harare this week in line with its aggressive expansion drive. “Year 2017 has started on a good note for us as we will be opening another…

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CITIES lack proper disposal facilities including hazardous waste, which may be infectious, toxic or radioactive.

  Poor waste management is an issue of concern not only because of its impacts on the environment but also on human health. The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates that about a quarter of the diseases facing mankind today occur due to prolonged exposure to environmental pollution.   Most of these environment-related diseases are however not easily detected and may be acquired during childhood and manifest later in adulthood.   Improper management of solid waste…

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Government declares Harare roads a national disaster and moves in to assist the council to rehabilitate the “untrafficable’’ roads

Government has declared Harare roads a state of disaster and has moved in to assist the city to rehabilitate the “untrafficable’’ roads some of which are contributing to major accidents.   The Ministry of Transport and Infrastructural Development yesterday deployed a team to start work on Seke Road, while Local Government, Public Works and National Housing Minister Saviour Kasukuwere said Government would engage companies to carry out road maintenance around the city. Incessant rains have…

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‘NO BIOMETRIC OR ELECTRONIC voting in 2018 harmonised elections ‘Zimbabwe Electrical Commission

‘NO BIOMETRIC OR ELECTRONIC  voting in 2018 harmonised elections ‘Zimbabwe Electrical Commission

THERE will be no biometric or any electronic voting in next year’s harmonised elections as the new technology that the Zimbabwe Electrical Commission is set to acquire will only be confined to voter registration.Although the voting system remains the same, those who fail to register afresh using the biometric technology will not be eligible to vote. The biometric voter registration, which is expected to start in March, will capture biometrics such as a person’s unique…

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A GOOD Samaritan has lost a vehicle worth about R200 000 to a man who had volunteered to clean it.

A GOOD Samaritan has lost a vehicle worth about R200 000 to a man who had volunteered to clean it. Zibusiso Ndlovu (22) of Emganwini suburb in Bulawayo allegedly approached Mr Ian Mpofu, a cross border driver and told him that he did not have a place to stay as he had been kicked out of his parents’ house. Mr Mpofu of Mzilikazi suburb — whose employers are in South Africa — decided to employ…

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Mliswa castigates Grace Mugabe over her extravagant lifestyle, US$1,35 million diamond ring while Zimbabweans suffer

Mliswa castigates Grace Mugabe over her  extravagant lifestyle,  US$1,35 million diamond ring while Zimbabweans  suffer

NORTON MP, Temba Mliswa (independent) yesterday castigated First Lady Grace Mugabe over her alleged extravagant lifestyle, including buying a $1,35 million diamond ring at a time the economy was on its knees and most Zimbabweans were surviving on $1 per day. Mliswa raised the issue during debate on the Second Reading Stage of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Amendment Bill on bond notes, where he said the Executive must deal with corruption and profligacy. “We…

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