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Mugabe rattles Mnangagwa’s cage

Although former president Robert Mugabe’s dramatic return to active politics has been dismissed by Zanu-PF as inconsequential, some analysts are convinced that he could inflict significant damage on the ruling party in this year’s general elections – particularly in the three politically restive Mashonaland provinces. His ties with the recently formed National Patriotic Front (NPF), an opposition party led by liberation struggle stalwart Ambrose Mutinhiri, have rattled President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s cage, introducing a new dynamic that could shape Zimbabwean politics in profound ways. Mugabe, whose 37-years in office ended in…

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Mugabe heavily criticized

Legal and political experts have slammed former President Robert Mugabe, saying his utterance before foreign journalists at his house in Harare on Thursday suggesting a coup were illogical, as the 94 year old resigned out of his own volition. Mr Mugabe, whose wife Grace had performed a “bedroom coup”, claimed President Mnangagwa’s rise to power was illegal. He begged for a meeting with President Mnangagwa and also highlighted how Mrs Mugabe housed the G40 cabal, including Jonathan Moyo and Saviour Kasukuwere at his Blue Roof mansion in Borrowdale when the…

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“Mugabe entitled to his opinions” – Mnangagwa

President Mnangagwa yesterday said former President Robert Mugabe was “entitled to express himself freely, as is the case for any private citizen”, but the nation had since moved on. Mr Mugabe on Thursday convened a Press conference to a select group of local and foreign media organisations and claimed that he was “unconstitutionally” deposed through a coup despite resigning ahead of imminent impeachment on November 21, last year. He further claimed he was ready to talk to President Mnangagwa to right what he claimed was an “illegality’’. However, President Mnangagwa…

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How G40 wanted to legalize homosexuality: Pastor

Zanu PF-aligned cleric and Destiny for Afrika Network founder, Obadiah Musindo has claimed that G-40 members who had captured the State before the resignation of former President Robert Mugabe comprised of known homosexuals, whose agenda was to legalise the loathed practice in the country. Addressing clerics who are set to benefit from his housing schemes ahead of this year’s election, Musindo claimed Operation Restore Legacy which ousted Mugabe, was sanctioned by God to save the nation from named homosexuals who wanted to introduce the practice in the country. “Operation Restore…

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Zim Launches Online Dating Website

ZimCupid is a dating site that aims to connect Zimbabwean single worldwide. We understand that Zimbabweans are now scattered all over the world. Busy schedules make it harder to socialize leaving many people isolated and struggling to find love. Our mission is to help Zimbabweans worldwide meet with people they share similar background, beliefs, interests and goals with. We want our members to find love wherever they may be in the world, in their own time while still keeping up with their work and studying commitments. At ZimCupid, we give…

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Mnangagwa: ZANU PF To Rule Till Eternity

“Zanu-PF will win this election and continue to rule until eternity.” President Mnangagwa has said his party is set to ” rule until eternity”. Speaking Matabeleland North Province at Nabushome Primary school in Hwange district yesterday, Mnangagwa said the coming election, due in July this year, will be a defining moment for Zimbabwe’s democracy. Mnangagwa spoke of “unity, peace and love” to ensure this year’s plebiscite was free, fair and transparent. “We are going to have elections in July this year. We are determined to have free, fair and transparent…

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Thokozani Khupe Wants To Grab $1,8 million MDC Cash

A fresh war is rocking the Movement For Democratic Change, this time to do with the $1,8 million cash allocation under the Political Parties Finance Act. Party Vice President, Thokozani Khupe, who yesterday lost the battle of control over the Bulawayo party offices has also approached the justice ministry demanding this cash. The local Newsday reports that MDC-T is entitled to receive $1,8 million under the fund. Khupe, who is trapped in a nasty power wrangle with Nelson Chamisa following the death of party founder Morgan Tsvangirai last month, argued…

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Mugabe out to trigger unrests, civil war

Zanu PF official Energy Mudoti has said former President Robert Mugabe is out to spearhead civil unrest in the country following his remarks the President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration was illegal. “Former president Robert Mugabe’s utterances in a recent interview that he gave to the SABC insinuating that he was illegally removed from office have a potential to spark unrests. While giving an interview to journalists at his house yesterday, Mugabe said that the government in Zimbabwe was illegal and he offered himself to in involved in talks that could solve…

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Mnangagwa says Mugabe is free to speak just like any citizen

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has responded to former President Robert Mugabe’s SABC interview saying Mugabe is entitled to express himself freely, as is the case for any private citizen. President Mnangagwa said he has noted recent remarks made to the media by former President Cde Robert Gabriel Mugabe. On 21 November, 2017, former President Mugabe tendered his resignation in terms of Section 96, Sub-Section 1, of the Constitution of Zimbabwe. He is entitled to express himself freely, as is the case for any private citizen. “The Zimbabwe Government continues to honour…

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