Daily News By Lloyd Mbiba 20th November 2014 First Lady Grace Mugabe has accentuated fears that President Robert Mugabe’s government was illegally spying on certain politicians, the media and other citizens. This comes after the 49-year-old businesswoman has claimed — for two consecutive days — that she had “electronic evidence” of Vice President Joice Mujuru making disparaging remarks about her and the nonagenarian.
It’s coming from the man himself. By Michael Kariati Former Zimbabwe senior national soccer team coach Norman Mapeza has revealed he is still interested in taking charge of the Warriors but on certain conditions.
The Zimbabwe Independent By Wongai Zhangazha 21st November 2014 AS if the deteriorating Zimbabwean education system did not have enough problems, the Zimbabwe Schools Examination Council (Zimsec) is fast becoming a serious liability to the credibility of primary and secondary school exams as it lurches from one exam scandal to the next, year in year out. The whiff of an exam leakage is never far during the exam season and to that you can add tender irregularities and students being awarded marks for examinations they never sat for, among other bungles
Politburo heavyweight Nicholas Goche dramatically quit Zanu PF’s violent central committee elections in Bindura yesterday, charging angrily that he was now completely fed up with the ugly factional and succession wars that are devouring President Robert Mugabe’s ruling party. Goche’s sensational abandonment of the elections, which leaves his Cabinet position in doubt, came after violent hired thugs, who were baying for his blood, besieged a tempestuous provincial meeting in the Mashonaland Central capital
Saul Chaminuka ZPC Kariba 2-3 CAPS United CAPS United seem to be perfecting the art of aiding city rivals Dynamos to the Castle Lager Premiership championship. As was the case last year, Dynamos needed more than just their own result in order to secure the championship and once again they turned to their old city enemies who somehow obliged when they blitzkrieged ZPC Kariba in the last league match of the season at Gwanzura yesterday
Munyaradzi Musiiwa Midlands Correspondent ZANU-PF secretary for security for Kushinga District in Kwekwe Cde Marco Msipa, who recently lost his right eye after he was allegedly assaulted by Kwekwe Central legislator Cde Masango Matambanadzo and his bodyguard, has filed a $5 million lawsuit against the two. Cde Msipa filed the lawsuit at the Bulawayo High Court through his lawyer Mr Valentine Mutatu of Mutatu and Partners legal practitioners, claiming damages for injuries sustained due to the assault. In the lawsuit seen by Sunday News, Cde Msipa is demanding compensation from Cde Matambanadzo and his bodyguard Mr Burden Mawire after he lost an eye as a result of the assault