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Obert Mpofu Says, “I Worked Hard For My Wealth”

Home Affairs minister Obert Mpofu yesterday opened up for the first time on the source of his wealth, claiming he earned all that he has through hard work. Mpofu has been rumoured to be among the richest in Zimbabwe, if not the sub-region, with much of his wealth concentrated in real estate. In fact, it has been said before, and not denied until yesterday, that Obert Mpofu owns half the commercial properties in the resort town of Victoria Falls. Critics accuse him of accumulating his wealth when he joined former…

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Mnangagwa Bares All, Declares His Family

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has come out to declare all his family members, on a new website he launched yesterday. Mnangagwa had an affair producing children with First Lady Auxillia when he was still married to his first wife, Jayne, who died in 2002. The local Daily News reports that Mnangagwa, who became president in November after a soft military coup triggered by his sacking from Zanu PF and government, married his first wife Jayne Matarise in September 1973, according to the Head of State’s website launched yesterday. During this time,…

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GUNSHOTS: Grace Mugabe’s Sarah Mahoka Battles Robbers, Luckily Recovers Car

HURUNGWE- Outspoken former Zanu PF Secretary of Finance and Hurungwe East Member of Parliament Sarah Mahoka recovered her car following a gun battle with car-jackers. The suspects fled from the scene after the foiled attempt of stealing Mahoka’s car at the farm last Sunday night. Mahoka’s Munandi farm, as ZimEye reveals,  is situated about 10 kilometres east of Karoi town and she took it during the height of chaotic and violent land reform in 2006. Mahoka only told ZimEye, “God is great and we have recovered our car,” without saying…

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The State Media, The Herald Report On Mugabe Exposes Mnangagwa

Dear Editor, The Herald Editor must have been excited thinking that he was exposing former President of the Republic of Zimbabwe, Comrade Robert Mugabe and former First Lady Grace Mugabe with the story titled “Mugabe admits to externalising funds” published in the 22 February 2018 issue of the newspaper. While that exposure is useful information, it is an exposure of the personality of Emmerson Mnangagwa, who left out some names from the list whose publication he caused recently. The world will now be asking “who else was left out”? Importantly, how…

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Zanu-PF announces internal selection guidelines

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa’s Zanu-PF will today announce its guidelines and date for its internal selection process ahead of the general elections expected in the next four months, NewsDay has been told. Party national commissar Lieutenant General (Rtd) Engelbert Rugeje yesterday said the dates for the Zanu-PF primary elections and the guidelines will be made public today. “You will be told tomorrow (today). The secretary for information (Simon Khaya Moyo) will convene a press briefing for that purpose,” Rugeje said. The Zanu-PF politburo was initially expected to meet yesterday but the…

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MDC-T Says Do Not Insult Mnangagwa, He Is An Icon, Chamisa To Attend ZANU PF Events

Opposition MDC-T has called on its supporters to respect President Emerson Mnangagwa as he is an important person in the country. Announcing the party’s campaign method for the 2018 elections, the party Deputy Treasurer Chalton Hwende said that the party has adopted a new campaign strategy that desist from insulting rival contestants. Hwende said that the strategy will involve seeing the party speak only on its own policies and not denigrating other parties. “Our Campaign this year for President Nelson Chamisa Will be characterized by a new approach of concentrating…

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Chamisa Meets EU, Says What Is Ngwena Aide Doing In Russia With ZEC Chair?

MDC-T President and MDC Alliance presidential candidate Adv. Nelson Chamisa, Alliance partners and senior leaders of the party today met the eight-member European Union Electoral Preparatory Team at the party headquarters at Morgan Richard Tsvangirai House in Harare. The EU team wanted to appreciate the MDC Alliance’s position around the conditions in the country ahead of the watershed elections due in the country in a few months time. The people’s President Adv. Chamisa said the MDC-T and the MDC Alliance had prepared comprehensive list of demands that would ensure a…

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Diamond Investor Claims Mugabe Conned Him

Former President Robert Mugabe confidante and ex-pilot, Robert Mhlanga, has accused the deposed Zanu PF leader of conning Grandwell Holdings chairperson David Kassel of his multi-million-dollar investment in Chiadzwa. Mhlanga, who used to chair Mbada Diamonds Company, made the disclosure yesterday when he and Kassel appeared before the Temba Mliswa-led Parliamentary Portfolio Committee and narrated how their firms were elbowed out of Chiadzwa in 2016 mafia style by heavily-armed police officers. Mhlanga’s statement also came as former Zimbabwe Mining Development Company (ZMDC) chairperson Goodwills Masimirembwa rubbished Mugabe’s claims that $15…

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Francis Nhema chopped by ZANU PF

Former President Robert Mugabe’s allies continue to face the music for supporting him during his days in power against the Lacoste faction led by President Emmerson Mnangagwa. Among those punished after being found guilty of working with Mugabe is former Finance Minister Francis Nhema. The state media reports that Zanu-PF Midlands province has recommended that six senior party members suspended over alleged misconduct, chief among them their involvement in the G40 machinations and creating parallel structures within the party, should remain ordinary members and not to stand for office. Those…

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Mnangagwa’s Looters list: A legal Perspective

On Monday the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe Emmerson Mnangagwa released an alleged list of companies and individuals who externalised funds. The list has come under heavy criticism from lawyers, civic society activists and business community. Legal experts have condemned the Presidnet for disregarding the ei incumbit probatio qui dicit, non qui negat (presumption of innocence rule). President Mnangagwa listed African Associated Mines, a once giant mine mine that was stolen from South African Businessman Mutumwa Mawere and pillaged by the to a white elephant by the then Mnangagwa…

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