The Zanu PF women’s league, which is agitating for President Robert Mugabe to appoint a woman as one of his two deputies before the end of this year — in a move that could put paid to embattled Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s mooted presidential aspirations — is shaking things up again. The influential league yesterday challenged Mnangagwa to “come out clean” ahead of tomorrow’s politburo meeting about his mooted ambitions to succeed Mugabe, pointing out that “too many dubious people” were going about campaigning for him openly while the VP had not made his position on the matter clear

 

Little-known Zimbabwe People Front party president Owen Kuchata has been slapped with an 11-year jail term after pleading guilty to charges of attempting to bomb Gushungo Dairy processing plant two weeks ago. However, Kuchata will spend a nine-year effective jail term after two years were suspended by regional magistrate Hosea Mujaya on condition of good behaviour.

 

Spirit Embassy Ministries Church founder Prophet Uebert Angel Mudzanire, who was on the police wanted list on allegations of defrauding a Harare man of his vehicle, a Bentley Continental worth $300 000, is now a free man after his warrant of arrest was cancelled yesterday. The warrant of arrest was issued on December 24, 2014 by magistrate Mr Tendai Mahwe

 

The November 2015 Zimbabwe Schools Examination Council Ordinary Level results are out and have since been dispatched to regional offices for collection.

 

Live updates from Newsday   12: 39: “Provincial Committee  will deal with those that have stopped others from coming. We will see if we can take what you said. Say exactly what is happening. Lets talk about issues. We are seen as more divided than Tsvsngirai’s MDC. He is happy but does not realise he does not have a party. He has a piece of a party. He must just admit he has failed” 12:35: Jonathan Moyo arrives  12:34: We talked after cabinet yesterday and asked people to stop it. There is a party structure to resolve differences.Do not give stories to opposition press