CHAMISA LATEST: Thokozani Khupe Fired From MDC

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Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-T) Vice President Thokozani Khupe has been expelled from the MDC-T by the National Council, the party’s supreme decision-making organ in between congresses. Khupe has been dismissed for going against a 2014 MDC-T Congress resolution which calls on the party to “converge with other political formations.” Although absent from the meeting, her name was hauled before coals for opposing a “nationwide consultation undertaken by the late party President Morgan Tsvangirai.” The consultation is credited with giving birth to the idea of the MDC Alliance, which Khupe…

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Shabanie Mashava Mine (SMM) reopening is a joke: Workers

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Workers of Shabanie Mashava Mines SMM say the proposed reopening of the mine is a joke adding that they are tired of hearing the same story over and over again. This came out at a Mines and Energy Parliamentary Portfolio Committee hearing held in the mining town at Nyaradzai Hall. A representative of the workers said a committee led by the Chindori Chininga came and promised that the mine will be resuscitated but the later has since passed away and there is still no sign of the mine reopening.The mine’s…

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Zimbabwe Police disregard kidnapping reports

The Zimbabwe Republic Police has urged members of the public to ignore messages circulating on social media alleging that there is a group of criminals who were kidnapping and beheading people especially children, countrywide. Police have since warned members of the public against causing unnecessary panic by circulating such messages on WhatsApp. National police spokesman Chief Superintendent Paul Nyathi urged members of the public to ignore such messages. “We encourage members of the public to ignore messages circulating on social media which cause alarm and despondency,” he said. Chief Supt…

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Zimbabwe police disregard kidnapping reports

The Zimbabwe Republic Police has urged members of the public to ignore messages circulating on social media alleging that there is a group of criminals who were kidnapping and beheading people especially children, countrywide. Police have since warned members of the public against causing unnecessary panic by circulating such messages on WhatsApp. National police spokesman Chief Superintendent Paul Nyathi urged members of the public to ignore such messages. “We encourage members of the public to ignore messages circulating on social media which cause alarm and despondency,” he said. Chief Supt…

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Future development anchored on education: Prof Mavima

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Government says the Zimbabwe’s future socio-economic development will be driven by the education sector. While on a tour of a schools’ water resource development programme in the Zvishavane district, Primary and Secondary Education Minister Professor Paul Mavima lauded the initiative saying it is very crucial for development. Professor Mavima said such programmes do not only benefit schools but even the surrounding communities. The Schools Water Development Phase 2 being championed by the World Food Programme and the Adventist Development and Relief Agency has seen many schools in the district receive…

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Angolan giants wary of last year’s ghost

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Angolan giants Clube Desportivo de Agosto believe their encounter with Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League champions FC Platinum is not a done and dusted match. The Angolan said this time they won’t be any room for mistakes for them to bow out of the lucrative CAF Champions League. Last year they were eliminated at this stage of the competition by Uganda’s Kampala City on the away goals rule. The Angolan outfit was defeated 1-0 in Kampala before they won 2-1 at home. Despite sitting comfortably on a 3-0 scoreline from the…

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Orphaned learners scholarship unveiled

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A third of pupils at Hanawa Primary School in the Chief Masunda area in Zvishavane are orphans. This came out at an unveiling of a scholarship meant to support the young learners. The dreams of young learners are always a tide against many obstacles. To most in Zimbabwe especially in rural communities, financial constraints are the major factor. While unveiling a scholarship fund to support orphaned children at Hanawa Primary School, politician and businessman Cde Larry Mavhima was told that over a third of the pupils at the schools are…

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