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MASVINGO - Nelson Chamisa, the MDC organising secretary, has said Zanu PF officials, including ministers, were pestering opposition officials in the corridors of Parliament, seeking advice on how to revive Zimbabwe’s collapsing economy.
Cde Khaya Moyo Nduduzo Tshuma Senior Political Reporter The Senior Minister of State in the Office of the President and Cabinet, Cde Simon Khaya Moyo, has called on traditional leaders to work with the government towards the implementation of the Zim-Asset economic blueprint. Speaking at the closing ceremony of the annual chiefs’ conference in Gweru last week, Cde Khaya Moyo said the traditional leaders should work closely with the government and local authorities to implement the economic plan
By Xolisani Ncube President Robert Mugabe‘s wife, Grace, should set her eyes on the ruling Zanu PF’s coveted vice-presidency, politburo member Edson Chakanyuka and Gokwe-Nembudziya MP, Justice Mayor Wadyajena have said. President Mugabe, his wife Grace and Zanu PF national chairman Simon Khaya Moyo (Pic by NewsDay) Addressing hundreds of Zanu PF supporters in Gokwe-Nembudziya on Saturday, Chakanyuka and Wadyajena led the call for the First Lady to occupy a senior position in the party, arguing she was “one of the few people” who unites the party
Zimbabwean farmer Crawford von Abo, who suffered huge losses in land grabs in his home country, has been attacked on his Free State farm. Seven armed men attacked the 82-year-old farmer in his kitchen on his farm in Bothaville on Sunday morning, Beeld reported on Tuesday.
Prosper Dembedza Court Reporter A self-proclaimed apostle yesterday told the court that the Holy Spirit had revealed to him that his wife was having an adulterous affair with two men. Jimmy Chirimba said the Holy Spirit went on to reveal the names of the two men who were sleeping with his wife, Angeline Mukahadzi. Chirimba made the revelations at the Harare Civil Court where he was seeking a protection order against Mukahadzi whom he accused of spending his money with her two boyfriends.
These pics were taken from some of the banking halls of AfrAsia Bank (formerly Nigel Chanakira’s Kingdom Bank) in Harare. People are queuing for hours on end, in a situation reminiscent of the 2004 to 2008 hyperinflation era just to withdraw a maximum of $50 a day,a limit imposed by the bank as it battles liquidity problems.