Ex-VP Mphoko demands golden handshake

Nqobile Tshili Bulawayo Bureau Former Vice President Mr Phelekezela Mphoko, who was recently fired from Zanu-pf and Government, is in the process of engaging the Government to negotiate an exit package. Mr Mphoko, who lost the top job after the new administration led by President Emmerson Mnangagwa took over following the resignation of ex-President Robert Mugabe…
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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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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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Sadc leaders pledge support

Farirai Machivenyika Senior Reporter Three sitting sadc Heads of State and Government and four other former Presidents from the region attended the swearing-in ceremony of President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday and pledged support for the new administration. The Presidents, who joined thousands of Zimbabweans at the giant National Sports Stadium in Harare for the ceremony, included Mozambique’s…
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President-designate, ZDF call for calm

Tendai Rupapa Senior Reporter— President-designate Cde Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa has called on the nation to desist from any vengeful retribution by taking advantage of the current situation to settle political and social scores outside the ambit of the law.The incoming President’s sentiments were echoed by the Zimbabwe Defence Forces who, in another statement, warned people to…
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