VIDEO: In defence of the nation’s founding values, gains of independence’

This is the statement that was delivered by Zimbabwe Defence Forces Commander Dr General Contantino Guveya Dominic Nyikadzino Chiwenga at Josaya Mgama Tongogara Barracks (KGVI) on Monday November 13, 2017 Let us begin by quoting the Constitution of this Country particularly the preamble which speaks of “Exalting and extolling the brave men and women who… …
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Business as usual around Zimbabwe

Chronicle Reporter/Harare Bureau IT is business as usual in Bulawayo and other cities around the country with most shops, banks, hospitals, schools and businesses open and operating normally this morning. A survey by The Chronicle around the Central Business District revealed that most businesses were open while commuter omnibuses plying most routes in the city… …
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ARMY STEPS IN: Moves in to weed out Zanu-PF criminal elements

Nduduzo Tshuma, Political Editor THE Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF) has moved in to weed out of Zanu-PF criminal elements surrounding President Mugabe engaged in activities meant to destabilise the Government. The move comes following warnings by ZDF Commander General Constatino Chiwenga on Monday that the ongoing purges in Zanu-PF were a result of counter-revolutionary infiltrators… …
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POY leads Zim hip hop nominees list

Langalakhe Mabena/Nhlalwenhle Ngwenya, Showbiz Correspondents BULAWAYO’s POY who recently released his 13-track offering titled, Short Cuts to Heaven, continues to shine as he has been nominated in five categories for this year’s Zim Hip Hop Awards. POY has been nominated for Best Male Artiste, Best collaboration for his song Get out of the way featuring… …
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Good news for farmers. . . Govt to import inputs directly from manufacturers

Elita Chikwati, Harare Bureau Government will import agricultural inputs for crop, livestock, fisheries and wildlife directly from the international manufacturers for sale to farmers at reasonable prices, a Cabinet minister has said. Agriculture, Mechanisation and Irrigation Development Minister Dr Joseph Made yesterday said Government institutions will buy inputs directly from the manufacturing countries such as… …
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EMPTY-HANDED. . . Crestfallen British brigade-powered Warriors back home

Ricky Zililo, Senior Sports Reporter ON a weekend when the Barcelona Legends and former Zimbabwe national team footballers clashed, the Warriors quietly sneaked into the country on Sunday night following two international friendly defeats. The international friendlies that Zifa secured against Lesotho and Namibia were seen as a “waste of time” by some critics, as… …
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Censured Zanu-PF members told to abide by party constitution

Nduduzo Tshuma, Political Editor ZANU-PF yesterday said respective provinces where officials were recommended for censure for colluding with axed Vice President, Mr Emmerson Mnangagwa, should abide by the party’s constitution in handling cases of the said persons. Party secretary for information and publicity Cde Simon Khaya Moyo said in the case of members of superior… …
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Hitmen murder war hero. . . Wife hires car-loads of thugs to do dirty work

Prince Sunduzani, Chronicle Reporter A LIBERATION war hero was murdered by unidentified assailants who were allegedly hired by his second wife in South Africa, his family has claimed. Family spokesperson, Cde Believe Gaule, a Zanu-PF member from Matabeleland North province said his brother, Leader Gaule Ncube who was buried last Saturday at West Park cemetery… …
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