ZANU PF Is Burning: Chigwedera Axed

Six months since they began, the anti Mujuru purges have continued to burn up Robert Mugabe’s party with the latest statistic being the prolific academic Aeneas Chigwedere in what analysts say the liberation party will by 2018, not be able to stand against any party. The Zanu PF Mashonaland East province interim executive committee on Tuesday passed a vote of no confidence on Acting Chairman Aeneas Chigwedere and recommended the expulsion of 5 other senior members of the party. The interim committee says the reasons for the vote of no confidence on Chigwedere include taking decisions without consulting the executive; failing to conduct meetings for the past 2 months; failing to introduce newly re-admitted members of the party namely Jonathan Samkange of Mudzi and Daniel Garwe of Murehwa – to the community which has caused factionalism, chaos and confusion within those particular areas where these members come from; and failing to advise the interim committee of the 5-star rally in which Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa came to Hwedza resulting in poor attendance

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RENEWAL MPs COURT CHALLENGE FAILS

 A bid by 21 members of the breakaway MDC Renewal Team to challenge their expulsion from Parliament has hit a brick wall after the Constitutional Court threw out their application.

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Mliswa arrested

Walter Nyamukondiwa Chinhoyi Bureau EXPELLED former Zanu-PF Mashonaland West provincial chairman Temba Mliswa and four others arrested at the weekend for disrupting the ruling party’s rally at Sengwe Business Centre are still in police custody. Mliswa was arrested together with former Zanu-PF Harare provincial youth chairman Jimu Kunaka, aspiring Chinhoyi constituency candidate in the 2013 harmonised elections Prosper Gavanga, Munyaradzi Mugoneza and Farai Kuvheya. By late yesterday, the five men were still in police custody at Magunje Police Station and were expected to be transferred to Chinhoyi CID Law and Order section.They are expected to appear in court today for breaching law and order. Although police were not commenting on the case yesterday, Mliswa and his two-vehicle convoy allegedly invaded the venue of the rally that was being addressed by Zanu-PF secretary for Administration Ignatius Chombo.

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Notorious housebreaking duo jailed 42 years

Thupeyo Muleya TWO notorious house breakers who were arrested late last year after being on the police wanted list for almost 10 years were yesterday jailed for 22 and 20 years.

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South Africa :Spreading Xenophobia Worries UN

Foreigners on the run as armed police stand guard The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has voiced deep concern over the continued outbreaks of xenophobia that have been occurring around South Africa.

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MOYO : XENOPHOBIA CAN MUTATE TO GENOCIDE

Harare – Zimbabwe’s outspoken information minister, Jonathan Moyo, hit out on Tuesday at xenophobic attacks in South Africa, warning that xenophobia could “easily mutate” into genocide. “King Zwelithini must extinguish what he ignited. Xenophobia is a crime against humanity,” Moyo tweeted in one of the first public reactions from a Zimbabwe government official to the wave of violence that has horrified many Zimbabweans

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