Govt blasts MDC ‘selfish ambitions’

Takunda Maodza News Editor— Government yesterday urged the MDC-Alliance not to give selfish political ambitions flight at the expense of the welfare of Zimbabweans who have invested their hope in President Emmerson Mnangagwa to revive the economy and uplift people’s lives.Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister Major-General (Rtd) Dr Sibusiso Moyo said it was “staggering” that…
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ED appoints 8 new judges

Daniel Nemukuyu Senior Reporter President Emmerson Mnangagwa has appointed eight new judges — six men and two women — to the High Court bench, in a move expected to reduce the backlog of cases at the superior court. Also Read: ED speaks on Govt, JSC row Chidyausiku might have misfired: ED JSC pledges support for Acting…
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Politburo heralds Zanu-PF congress

Felex Share Senior Reporter— ZANU-PF holds a Politburo meeting in Harare today, signalling the beginning of processes leading to Friday’s Extraordinary Congress. Today’s meeting will be followed by a Central Committee meeting tomorrow.Zanu-PF spokesperson Cde Simon Khaya Moyo yesterday said the revolutionary party was ready to roar and would emerge stronger after the Congress ahead of the…
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It’s been a hectic 10 days: President •optimistic new team will deliver •‘Zimbabweans must unite’

Felex Share Senior Reporter— President Emmerson Mnangagwa has described his first 10 days in office as “hectic”, and expressed hope that the team of ministers he swore-in yesterday will be equal to the task of turning around the economy and bettering the lives of Zimbabweans. The President took the oath of office on November 24, 2017…
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Criticism of President premature: Mutsvangwa

Walter Nyamukondiwa Mashonaland West Bureau Zimbabweans should give President Emmerson Mnangagwa time to outline his economic recovery policies on which he should then be judged, Cde Christopher Mutsvangwa has said. Attacks on the President, who is barely 10 days in office, were premature and unfair, he said. President Mnangagwa was sworn in on November 24 as…
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President swears in new Cabinet

Daniel Nemukuyu Senior Reporter Newly-appointed Cabinet ministers will take their oath of office before President Emmerson Mnangagwa at State House in Harare today. President Mnangagwa last week announced a 22-member Cabinet to run Government business until harmonised elections next year. In a statement on Saturday, Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet, Dr Misheck Sibanda, said the…
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China despatches special envoy

Farirai Machivenyika Senior Reporter China has pledged to broaden its cooperation with Zimbabwe’s new administration led by President Emmerson Mnangagwa to quicken economic development in the country, which is expected to improve people’s livelihoods. This was said by China’s Assistant Foreign Affairs Minister Mr Chen Xiadong – who was acting as a special envoy of the…
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President to hit ground running

Felex Share Senior Reporter— President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who was sworn in yesterday as Zimbabwe’s second Executive President since independence in 1980, has said his Government will, with immediate effect, implement sweeping measures across sectors to stimulate economic growth and create employment.Among the many measures, President Mnangagwa promised a sturdy re-engagement with the international community saying “isolation…
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ED pays tribute to ex-President Mugabe

Felex Share Senior Reporter— President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who took his Oath of Office yesterday, paid tribute to his predecessor, Cde Robert Mugabe, saying his mistakes will never detract from his immense contribution to the liberation and development of Zimbabwe.Addressing thousands of Zimbabweans and foreign dignitaries who filled the National Sports Stadium to witness his swearing-in ceremony,…
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President strikes right chord

Nqobile Tshili Bulawayo Bureau PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday struck the right chord in his inaugural speech as the country’s leader through committing to reviving the country’s economy and normalising local and international relations, analysts have said. The President said the land reform was irreversible, calling for political tolerance in the country, promising financial stability and re-engaging…
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