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People Who Worship Chamisa, Chiwenga Or Mnangagwa Must Be Jailed

Zimbabwe has another milestone to realise that Mugabe was never removed, it was only Jonathan Moyo who was pushed into exile and human worship kills creativity These are the criminals guilty of stopping the rains above and also blocking investors below; they are like locusts and they continue to infect our citizens until they look like whisky zombies. Anyone remember those days when ZANU pf members used to say that Mugabe is god ? For citizens to release their creativity, they need to rid themselves of madness and mediocrity. They…

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Chiwenga’s father-in-law gets ZIFA top job

The Zimbabwe Football Association led by Philip Chiyangwa has with immediate effect appointed perennially struggling football administrator Kenny Mubaiwa into the national football body’s executive committee. The announcement was made by the ZIFA Communications Manager Xolisani Gwesela in a media statement late Wednesday evening. Mubaiwa was co-opted into the committee together with Rosemary Kanonge with no explanations given by the football mother body. “The Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) would like to inform the football fraternity that In accordance with article 32.1 of the ZIFA constitution, the emergency committee of ZIFA…

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Chiwenga meets Trump’s envoy

United States Ambassador to Zimbabwe Mr Harry Thomas Jnr has said his country is willing to assist the new Government led by President Mnangagwa following the resignation of former president Robert Mugabe last year. Ambassador Thomas made the remarks after paying a courtesy call on Acting President Constantino Chiwenga at his Munhumutapa offices yesterday. “It is the first time (to meet Acting President Chiwenga), we had the pleasure to meet him and his team,” he said. “We told him that the American people and the government are very much interested…

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President Mnangagwa promises speedy completion of Gwayi-Shangani Dam

President Mnangagwa yesterday pledged to do everything in his ability to ensure the Gwayi-Shangani Dam project is completed by next year as well as speed up other outstanding projects in Matabeleland region. A major component of the National Matabeleland Zambezi Water Project (NMZWP), the Gwayi-Shangani Dam has been in limbo for years due to lack of funding. An estimated $53 million is required to complete the project. The region also requires urgent rehabilitation and dualisation of major roads among other capital infrastructure projects including completion of the Elitsheni Government Complex…

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Senetor refuses military removed Mugabe, says its pressure

FORMER president Cde Robert Mugabe was not removed from office by the army but he was pressured to resign by Zanu-PF, a senior party official has said. Addressing scores of supporters at Nemamwa in Masvingo West on Saturday, Masvingo Senator Cde Clemence Makwarimba said the former president had been surrounded by “rogue elements” in the form of members of the G40 cabal. This, he said, prompted the army to launch Operation Restore Legacy but the party remained responsible in pushing Cde Mugabe out of power. “There are some who are…

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Mugabe’s Mnangagwa Explosive, Says Junta Killed And Tortured

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Former president Robert Mugabe yesterday opened up about his ouster last year by the army, disclosing for the first time that some people were allegedly killed and others tortured as the 94-year-old politician piled up pressure on his successor, President Emmerson Mnangagwa. Mugabe told close relatives and friends at a private birthday party at his Harare mansion, known as Blue Roof, that the army chose to side with Mnangagwa in what was essentially a Zanu PF dispute. He disclosed that Mnangagwa had called him yesterday requesting that they meet urgently…

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Military confines Mnangagwa

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TENSIONs are gradually intensifying between President Emmerson Mnangagwa and the military clique surrounding him, amid revelations that the army is exerting overbearing influence on the executive. Official sources say the military is even exercising veto power in some instances, while also influencing the operations of government and other security organs. Senior government officials told the Zimbabwe Independent this week that the military element in Zanu PF has serious political ambitions, to the extent that they want Mnangagwa to serve one term, if he wins elections, before handing the baton over…

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MDC-T praises new military leaders, slates Chiwenga

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MDC-T deputy chairperson, Morgan Komichi yesterday described the new military top brass as professional and people expected them to uphold the country’s Constitution, unlike their predecessors. BY Garish Phiri/ Tafadzwa Mutacha Addressing mourners at the late MDC-T leader, Morgan Tsvangirai’s Highlands home, Komichi said the newly-appointed commander of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces, General Philip Valerio Sibanda, was professional unlike his predecessor, Vice-President Constantino Chiwenga, whom he said often “illegally dabbled in civilian politics”. “Changes in the new dispensation brought about transformation in the security sector and that’s commendable, as these…

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Migrate from old way of doing business, ambassadors told

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The President Cde Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa has implored Zimbabwe’s ambassadors abroad to send a uniform, unwavering and unequivocal voice that Zimbabwe is open for business. Addressing the country’s heads of missions at a reception at State House in Harare this afternoon, the President urged the ambassadors to migrate from the old way of doing business where some missions fail to submit reports of their activities in the foreign country from January to December. The 41 representatives of Zimbabwe abroad came together to hear from the President Cde Mnangagwa after spending…

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