African National Congress (ANC)-DA coalition spits on veterans graves

African National Congress (ANC)-DA coalition spits on veterans graves

AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS (ANC)- DA coalition spits on veterans graves ANC heavyweight and National Executive Committee (NEC) member Lindiwe Sisulu has slammed talks of an ANC-DA coalition, saying such a coalition would be spitting on the graves of fallen Struggle heroes. Sisulu joins a plethora of voices with stand against clandestine discussions between the DA and President Cyril Ramaphosa. Sources in the ANC have revealed that Ramaphosa was considering a “soft coalition” with the DA….

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Wicknell Chivhayo accused of fraud by Zanu PF activist Mike Chimombe and his business partner Moses Mpofu.

Wicknell Chivhayo accused of fraud by Zanu PF activist Mike Chimombe and his business partner Moses Mpofu.

WICKNELL Chivhayo accused of fraud, byZanu PF activist Mike Chimombe and his business partner Moses Mpofu. They have accused businessman Wicknell Chivhayo of fraudulently altering a contract for a US$40 million tender. The contract, originally between South African company Ren-Form and Better Brands, an entity owned by Pedzisayi Scott Sakupwanya, was for the supply of biometric voter registration kits and other electoral materials to the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) for last year’s general elections. Chimombe…

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SENGAZO Tshabangu faction gets CCC political parry funds

SENGAZO Tshabangu faction gets CCC political parry funds

SENGAZO Tshabangu faction gets CCC political party funds The Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) faction led by Professor Welshman Ncube has secured the opposition party’s share of government funds allocated under the Political Parties (Finance) Act. This resolution follows months of intense lobbying by various CCC factions, each seeking to have the funds deposited into their respective accounts by the Justice, Legal, and Parliamentary Affairs Minister, Ziyambi Ziyambi. Previously, rival factions led by Jameson Timba…

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CHIVAYO hijacked US$40 million corrupt ZEC deal to supply 2023 Election material.

CHIVAYO hijacked US$40 million corrupt ZEC deal to supply 2023 Election material.

WICKNELL Chivayo hijacked US$40m corrupt Zimbabwwe Election Council (ZEC) deal to supply 2023 Election material CONTROVERSIAL businessman Wicknell Chivayo, who is close to President Emmerson Mnangagwa and other high-profile government officials, corruptly got a windfall from a murky Zimbabwe Election Commission (Zec) US$40 million tender to supply electoral material for the 2023 general elections, inflating some invoices by up to 235%, an investigation by The NewsHawks has revealed. The NewsHawks has been investigating the story…

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PRESIDENT ‘Mnangwagwa 3rd term office bid illegal’ says the Crisis in Zimbabwe coalition (CIZC)

PRESIDENT ‘Mnangwagwa 3rd term office bid illegal’ says the Crisis in Zimbabwe coalition (CIZC)

PRESIDENT ‘Mnangagwa’s 3rd term office bid illegal’ says the Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) (CIZC) has strongly criticized moves by the ruling party to amend the Constitution in order to facilitate President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s bid for a third term, labeling the effort as illegal. Concerns have been raised amidst reports indicating covert political strategies by Zanu-PF to extend Mnangagwa’s tenure in office. Mnangagwa, currently aged 81, is currently serving his second and final term after…

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Bulawayo Mpilo hospital and United Bulawayo Hospital receive solar systems

Bulawayo Mpilo hospital and United Bulawayo Hospital receive solar systems

BULAWAYO Mpilo hospital and United Bulawayo Hospital (UBH) receive solar systems To counteract the challenges posed by frequent electricity outages, Mpilo Central Hospital and the United Bulawayo Hospitals (UBH) have each been equipped with a 350-kilowatt solar power system, ensuring a continuous and reliable power supply. The installation of these solar systems, carried out in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the government, aims to minimize disruptions to clinical services. UBH’s acting…

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‘Mnangagwa demotes Zanu PF commissar Mike Bimha’

PRESIDENTMnangagwa’s purported demotion of Zanu PF commissar Mike Bimha to an ordinary politburo member has stirred speculation about a larger strategy aimed at solidifying his power beyond 2028, sources claim. In a statement released on Monday evening, ruling party secretary-general Obert Mpofu announced the appointment of Munyaradzi Machacha, formerly the principal at the Chitepo School of Ideology, as the new commissar. Additionally, Speaker of Parliament Jacob Mudenda exchanged roles with Patrick Chinamasa, who transitioned from…

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WICKNELL CHIVAYO left school at 15

WICKNELL CHIVAYO left school at 15

WICKNELL CHIVAYO dropped out of school just before he turned 15. He went straight into employment as a wages clerk for a bus company, when, around 1997, he could barely read or write— let alone manage company records. That’s Wicknell Chivayo for you. Some years later, he emerged on Harare’s crazy streets as an illegal forex dealer, hanging around the then Union Avenue Flea Market (now Kwame Nkrumah) It’s not clear how he really did…

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DISGRUNTLED Zimbabwe police stage uniform protest.

DISGRUNTLED Zimbabwe police stage uniform protest.

DISGRUNTLED Zimbabwe’s police stage uniform protest. JUNIOR police details are showing up at this year’s independence celebrations inspection parades wearing clothes that do not match in a planned protests to express their disgruntlement against the escalating shortage of uniforms within the force. It has since been established that police commanders in Harare were last week forced to abandon an inspection parade ahead of Thursday’s independence celebrations after it emerged that the details were improperly dressed,…

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MNANGAGWA wife Auxillia drops charges against nine women who boed her in Manicaland

MNANGAGWA wife Auxillia drops charges against nine women who boed her in Manicaland

PRESIDENT Mnangagwa’s wife Auxillia drops charges against women who booed her in Manicaland. First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa has decided to withdraw charges against nine women from Manicaland who were accused of booing her after feeling sidelined during a donation event for foodstuffs and clothing. The women, identified as Nester Chatiwana (41), Panashe Machekanzondo (19), Winnet Sithole (19), Maria Choto (49), Esnath Choto (33), Ellen Rujuwa (28), Faith Chidhakwa (30), Patience Matasva (35), and Joyce Mashingaidze…

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