‘Militarised Zanu PF stronger’

Source: ‘Militarised Zanu PF stronger’ | Daily News Mugove Tafirenyika  •  7 January 2018 HARARE – Opposition parties have been warned against taking Zanu PF for granted in the forthcoming general elections after it roped in the military elements within its ranks, hence making it stronger than ever before. Serving and retired members of the […]
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Chiyangwa faces heat over Zifa deal

HARARE – In A potential breach of good corporate governance practices, Zifa’s latest audited financial results show that the flamboyant president of the country’s supreme football governing body, Philip Chiyangwa, earned $72 000 in 2017 alone by renting out his offices to the association. Zifa…
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Mzembi, Undenge released on bail

HARARE – Former ministers Walter Mzembi and Samuel Undenge were released on bail yesterday after appearing before the courts on charges of criminal abuse of office. The two were arrested on Friday by the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) on charges of abuse of office. [Adz] Mzem…
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Govt disrespecting Mugabe: Zhuwao

HARARE – Government is ill-treating former president Robert Mugabe, his nephew and former Public Service minister Patrick Zhuwao has sensationally said. In an interview with Voice of America (Voa) on Friday Zhuwao said the government is not respecting Mugabe. [Adz] “They are ill-treating…
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MP, council clash over road funds

MUTARE – Legislator for Dangamvura-Chikanga Isau Mupfumi has lambasted Mutare City Council for exhausting a $1,8 million Zinara emergency road fund allocation without completing the scheduled road repairs and upgrades. Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Joram Gumbo had innocently applaud…
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‘Zim should rejoin Commonwealth’

HARARE – Zimbabwe must rejoin the Commonwealth as there are plenty of opportunities to resurrect the country’s economy, analysts and opposition parties have said.  The Commonwealth — whose nations represent nearly one-third of the world’s seven billion people — banned former president Robert M…
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