- '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President Mnangagwa has removed Chief Ndiweni, blocked his allowances and ordered that his vehicle must be withdrawn from him as he is not the legitimate Chief'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.
The Matabeleland South MP made the remarks on Thursday in the National Assembly while contributing to debate on a motion on people-centred developmental policies and measures on improving domestic production and foreign direct investment.
She said most female MPs were not even interested in engaging in the debate because of the humiliation they faced with regards the economic quagmire the country was facing.
Former Finance minister Tendai Biti outlawed the sale of second-hand underwear under Statutory Instrument 150 of 2011.
“I am told we are now even importing women’s underwear in this country,” he was quoted saying then. “How does that happen? If you are a husband and you see your wife buying underwear from the flea market, you would have failed.”
Buhera West MP Oliver Mandipaka (Zanu PF) claimed western-sponsored politics was responsible for the economic quagmire in the country.
Meanwhile, donor agency, SNV Netherlands Development Organisation, is promoting the use of reusable pads in Nkayi district, Matabeleland North to help children and parents who cannot afford buying sanitary pads. Source: Southern Eye