The Zanu-PF Politburo yesterday upheld the dismissal of Mashonaland West provincial chairman Temba Mliswa and appointed his deputy Cde Ziyambi Ziyambi as the acting chairperson. Politburo sources said it was concluded that the no-confidence vote passed on Cde Mliswa by the provincial committee recently be upheld. “The matter involving Cde Mliswa came up for discussion and President Mugabe said the no-confidence vote should stand and that deputy provincial chairperson Cde Ziyambi Ziyambi be the acting chairperson of the province,” said the source.
By Denford Madenyika I would like to thank the First Lady Grace Mugabe for her sobering assessment of our country and its present leadership. As you know our society shuns constructive debate and strives on rumor mongering. Grace Mugabe It will be foolhardy for those ZANU-(PF) officials stampeding for positions to ignore your warning.
Ricky Zililo Senior Sports Reporter IT’S dog eat dog in the Premier Soccer League which enters the home straight this weekend with some clubs fighting for survival while others want to keep their title hopes alive.
The Chitungwiza Civil Court has granted Alick Macheso’s daughter Sharon a provisional order against her husband Kudakwashe Munetsi.
Temba Mliswa Farirai Machivenyika Senior Reporter The Zanu-PF Politburo yesterday upheld the dismissal of Mashonaland West provincial chairman Cde Temba Mliswa and appointed his deputy Cde Ziyambi Ziyambi as the acting chairperson. The much-awaited debate on allegations of extortion, corruption and abuse of office raised by the First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe against Vice President Joice Mujuru was deferred to next Wednesday after outgoing Zanu-PF secretary for Women’s Affairs Cde Oppah Muchinguri indicated that she was unaware that the issue was on the agenda
Premier Service Medical Aid Society has pulled out of the Association of Healthcare Funders of Zimbabwe over the latter’s resistance to implement a Government directive on new medical tariffs, it has been learnt. PSMAS is currently under the management of a curator, Dr Gibson Mhlanga, who is also director for Curative Services in the Ministry of Health and Child Care and is mandated to implement Government directives. Although it is agreed that the current tariffs were unsustainable, PSMAS indicated it was not going to defy Government.
NOTHING illustrates government’s complicity in the corruption besieging the country more than its failure to act on the Auditor and Comptroller-General Mildred Chiri’s annual reports which never disappoint in exposing entrenched graft, abuse of public resources and misgovernance at state entities. Candid Comment with Stewart Chabwinja The latest instalment of the report beats a familiar path, exposing among others, massive impropriety in most government ministries, the shambolic condition of state enterprises and parastatals, non-production of asset registers and egregious disregard of clearly laid down regulations and procedures.