After Prophet Walter Magaya, Mugabe also attacks the Apostolic Faith

After Prophet Walter Magaya,  Mugabe also attacks the Apostolic Faith

President Robert Mugabe has attacked members of the Vapositori (apostolic sect members), for refusing to take their children to school and hospitals, citing it as one of the country’s major draw backs. Speaking at a ceremony for the official opening of the junior Parliament and the swearing in of the junior president in Harare yesterday, Mugabe said that members of the Vapositori were not forthcoming on the issue of education and medical treatment. “Yes then,…

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Mugabe, Jonathan Moyo pressure Tomana over marriage to 12 year olds utterances

Mugabe, Jonathan Moyo pressure  Tomana over marriage to 12 year olds utterances

President Robert Mugabe has piled pressure on under fire Prosecutor-General Johannes Tomana who suggested that  girls as young as nine could consent to sex and married at 12. Mugabe said child marriages cause irreparable damage to the growth of young people. Last week, Tomana sparked outrage when he said girls as young as nine could consent to sex and married at 12. On Saturday, Mugabe said government could soon outlaw any marriage with a person…

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For Zimbabweans, ‘Insulting Grace is more dangerous than taunting Mugabe’

For Zimbabweans, ‘Insulting Grace is more dangerous than taunting Mugabe’

AT least 70% of politically motivated violence cases experienced since January emanated from Zanu-PF supporters’ intolerance for the public’s opinion on Grace Mugabe, a local human rights watch dog has said. The Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) siad Saturday that although it was “dangerous” in the yester-years to publicly denounce President Robert Mugabe this has not been the case since the beginning of the year. Instead, and in most cases, people reported being assaulted by Zanu-PF…

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‘Government could soon outlaw any marriage with under 18s’-Mugabe

‘Government could soon outlaw any marriage with under 18s’-Mugabe

Government could soon outlaw any marriage with persons below the age of 18, President Mugabe has said. Mugabe said this in Harare yesterday amid national debate on court precedents allowing children as young as 12 years old to legally consent to sex and even marriage. Addressing child parliamentarians at the official opening of the 23rd Session of the Junior Parliament, which coincided with the Day of the African Child commemorations at Parliament Building, President Mugabe…

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‘Bona Mugabe admits its not all rosy in marriage’

‘Bona Mugabe  admits its not all rosy in marriage’

President Robert Mugabe’s daughter – Bona Mugabe-Chikore has revealed that it is ‘not all rosy’ in her marriage to Simba Chikore. Bona wedded 2014 and she is still to have a  baby. She revealed this when offering marriage advice at recent wedding at FBC Sports Club in Harare. “Marriage is a wonderful thing. Before you get married, people will say ‘ It’s tough in marriage but you have to be brave. “When we got married,…

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Mugabe, says African leaders snub his invites to visit Harare, and blames the West.

Mugabe,  says African leaders  snub his invites to visit Harare, and blames the West.

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe, a much-criticised frequent flier, has revealed that some African leaders have snubbed his invites to visit Harare. And, as with everything else that goes wrong in Zimbabwe, Mugabe blamed western countries for the rebuffs. Mugabe made the revelation while seeing off Malian president, Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, who made a three-day stopover in Harare after attending the African Union summit in South Africa. Speaking at Harare international airport, the veteran leader said leaders…

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‘Mugabe must fire Prosecutor General Tomana now!’ -say Child Rights groups

‘Mugabe must fire  Prosecutor General Tomana  now!’ -say Child Rights groups

CHILD and women’s rights activists have demanded that Prosecutor General Johannes Tomana immediately resigns or, failing that, be fired after he appeared to suggest that 12-year-old girls could consent to sex and that they should be listened to if they wanted to get married. Tomana made the remarks in an interview with the Bulawayo Chronicle but he was beating a hasty retreat Friday after widespread outrage over the comments. Audio recordings of the interview also…

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‘Im not easy to get rid of, because I serve at Mugabe’s pleasure’-Tomana

‘Im not easy to get rid of, because  I serve at  Mugabe’s pleasure’-Tomana

PROSECUTOR GENERAL Johannes Tomana says he is not an “easy” man to get rid of adding  he “serves at the President’s pleasure” and those seeking to tarnish his image should not expect to succeed in their agenda.Tomana said this as he came under fire for reportedly saying girls as young as 12 can give consent to sex and should be heard by the courts if they wish to start families with older men. Leading the…

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Zimbabwe’s Prosecutor General Tomana -‘Inviting paedophiles to the party’

Zimbabwe’s Prosecutor General Tomana -‘Inviting paedophiles to the party’

Prosecutor General Tomana is inviting paedophiles to the party, for their common meal, prowling for the vaginal tenderness of the girl-child! Prosecutor General Tomana is speaking on behalf of paedophiles, and giving them some legal statutory framework to go scot free if they are caught! Our society harbours upper-class paedophiles! Paedophiles are “decent men” who one can never suspect to be fondling children to get sexual satisfaction at every opportunity. Paedophiles feel they are entitled…

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‘Only 1 indigenisation transaction concluded, & all major mining deals ‘abandoned’,

‘Only 1 indigenisation transaction concluded, & all major mining deals ‘abandoned’,

ADVISORY firm Brainworks Capital on Thursday said only one indigenisation deal had been consummated by government, while transactions worth over $1 billion with major platinum mining firms Anglo American Platinum, Impala and Aquarius had been abandoned. Zimbabwe’s Indigenization Act — enacted in 2008 — requires foreign owned companies valued at over $500,000 to cede 51 percent to black locals. The local ownership law has been cited as a major impediment to foreign investment in an…

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