Zimbabwe’s future rests on a free and fair election: Speech by Ambassador Catriona Laing

British Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Catriona Laing Honourable Minister, Members of the Executive, Parliament and the Judiciary, colleagues of the Diplomatic Corps, Ladies and Gentlemen: It is my pleasure to welcome you to the Queen’s Birthday Party celebrations for 2018. This has been a fabulous year for Her Majesty the Queen, with the arrival of a new grandson, Louis, who becomes fifth in line to the throne. And of course the beautiful wedding of Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex to Meghan Markle, now the Duchess of Sussex. Rock of stability…

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Victory for Mnangagwa ‘would suit most African states, including SA’

#Mnangagwa meeting Cyril Ramaphosa in Pretoria (Twitter) On November 6, 2017, Emmerson Mnangagwa was fired from the position of Vice-President of Zimbabwe by then president Robert #Mugabe. By Tafi Mhaka But while Mugabe’s sudden and theatrical dismissal in November might have been the much-needed proverbial jolt in the arm – a God-given nationwide blessing, if you will, which a troubled and comatose democracy desperately required, Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-T), the main opposition party, failed to capitalise on the sharp and bitter divisions that had rocked the ruling party throughout…

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Did Mnangagwa Plagiarise Chamisa’s Cycling By Buying Chicken Inn?

….Plagiarism knows no bounds.. the EDmaster decided to outdo the Cycling Khamisa by buying Chicken Inn today… pic.twitter.com/AA96dUe0tZ — sekuru chirasha (@mafirakureva18) June 17, 2018 You shld know that you are being taken for a ride when someone who promises you a ‘BULLET TRAIN’ has an unfinished childish dream of riding a BICYCLE. Pana #Chamisa mune basa maChinja @zimskills @Bryanmartin2020 @tpmujuru @sekuru_gudo @tatendeka @BlackHantaa @Goromigos @GoppazZim pic.twitter.com/tO9kfwoM52 — Charity Maodza (@CharityMaodza) June 12, 2018 If our services have assisted you, our work would be much more secure with your help…

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Mnangagwa And Chiwenga Stage Floor Suddenly Collapses, What Will Happen?

Imagine what would happen to President Emmerson #Mnangagwa or his deputy Constantino Chiwenga if their stage floor was to collapse underneath them. What would happen? Mnangagwa And Chiwenga Stage Floor Suddenly Collapses, What Would Happen? — ZimEye (@ZimEye) June 18, 2018 #Chamisa remains standing as everyone falls pic.twitter.com/Xz7T8Gco2Z — ZimEye (@ZimEye) June 18, 2018 “President Chamisa is young and agile. Many times we have told people there is an advantage in having an active and alert President.” – Dr Nkululeko #Sibanda If our services have assisted you, our work would…

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Letters To Editor: WORDS OF COMFORT TO MY FRIEND Lynette Karenyi

WORDS OF COMFORT TO MY FRIEND Lynette Karenyi. DEAR Lynette… My Friend in Arms, My friend in struggles)People shouldity or take Lynette’s silence as a sign of weakness, it’s actually a strength in her Lynette Karenyi is no pushover her supporters are no pushovers too. I grew up with Lynette and her family she is my friend and family relative infact we are Tom and Jerry. We advice each other as friends. I hate to see Lynette Down. It hurts to see Komichi using certain ladies mafikizolos in the party…

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Mnangagwa Was Never A Crocodile Gang Member, He Was Only Inspired By Them, Says Chando

“Emmerson #Mnangagwa was not part of the famous crocodile gang. He was inspired by them but never was never a member.” – Jonathan Chando. The below is a write up with correlates with that of the famous historian Terrence. O Ranger that Mnangagwa was nowhere near the famous five. The Crocodile Gang comprised five-members and was formed in 1964 in Zambia under the leadership of William Ndangana.  It staged acts of sabotage under the banner of the Zimbabwe African National Union (ZANU) party. The gang is said to have paved…

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ED Rejects Reforms And Cherry Picks “No Violence” Code – We Demand A La Carte Menu

By Patrick Guramatunhu| When President #Mnangagwa took over power after the November 2017 coup and promised to hold free, fair and credible elections; every thinking Zimbabwean was overjoyed because the country’s failure to hold free and fair elections was universally accepted as the root cause of our economic and political mess. Their joy was short lived as it became clear that President Mnangagwa was not going to implement any of the raft of democratic reforms everyone agreed at the onset of the 2008 GNU were the pre-requisite for free and…

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