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‘You will be in Chikurubi prison soon’ Mliswa told

Norton Member of Parliament Temba Mliswa has been warned that his time is up and he will be jailed at Chikurubi Maximum prison for allegedly taking over companies belonging to British businessman Paul Westwood illegally. In a tweet on Wednesday Westwood said, “Enjoy this while U can as very soon U will be in Chikirubi prison for the heinous crimes… Read More

Naming and shaming not Zanu-PF policy: Chinamasa

Joseph Madzimure and Talent Gore, Harare Bureau Zanu-PF has no policy providing for the naming and shaming of businesspeople perceived to be corrupt, the party’s acting Secretary for Administration Cde Patrick Chinamasa has said. This follows the removal of Cdes Pupurai Togarepi, Lewis Matutu and Godfrey Tsenengamu from their Youth League positions after they accused three prominent businessmen of corruption… Read More
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Millers prefer to be grilled by Biti, not Wadyajena, over missing US$27m

GMAZ, led by Mr Tafadzwa Musarara, declined to attend yesterday’s meeting saying that the chairman of the committee on Lands, Agriculture Water and Rural Resettlement, Justice Mayor Wadyajena (Gokwe Nembudziya) was biased. The Grain Millers Association of Zimbabwe (GMAZ) failed to appear before a Parliamentary portfolio committee yesterday to explain how it used a US$27 million facility to import wheat… Read More
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Breaking: Musarara slaps Tsenengamu, Matutu with a ZWL$10 million lawsuit

Grain Millers Association of Zimbabwe chairman, Tafadzwa Musarara, has slapped the suspended Zanu PF youth league leaders, Godfrey Tsenengamu and Lewis Matutu with a ZWL$ 10 million lawsuit. This comes after Tsenengamu and Matutu addressed a media briefing where they claimed Musarara is one of the cartels “milking the economy dry,” amid other allegations of corruption. More to follow -Zim… Read More
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Mnangagwa ally EXPOSES !source of vicious Zanu PF war

President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s former advisor Christopher Mutsvangwa has revealed that the latest Zanu PF factional wars were triggered by the fight for control of the country’s fuel industry, a fight he said was behind the 2017 coup. The Zanu PF politburo last week suspended the leaders of the party’s youth league — namely Pupurai Togarepi, Godfrey Tsenengamu and Lewis Matutu… Read More
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Biti amazed by Mnangagwa’s response to an attempt to expose corruption

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa’s unpopular move to suspend corruption busting party youth leaders has triggered a negative reaction from among locals who accuse the national leader of condoning the vice. Party national commissar Godfrey Tsenengamu and deputy secretary Lewis Matutu were Wednesday slapped with 12-month suspensions by Mnangagwa following an earlier politburo. They were being accused of indiscipline after they convened… Read More
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Zimbabwe: ZRP Fails To Control Lawlessness, BCC Seek Soldiers Help

Bulawayo City Council has threatened to engage the members of the Zimbabwe National Army to deal with lawless residents if the level of lawlessness keeps on increasing. This is revealed in the latest council minutes. The Chamber Secretary Sikhangele Zhou advised that the level of lawlessness had become unbearable. “Measures were being taken to enforce the bylaws. Council had engaged… Read More
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Court issues arrest warrant for Zuma, suspended until May

South African court issues arrest warrant for ex-president after no-show at pre-trial hearing over corruption charges. A South African court has issued an arrest warrant for former President Jacob Zuma after he did not appear at a pre-trial hearing in a corruption case on grounds of needing medical treatment. The judge, however, stayed the warrant until the case resumes on May 6.… Read More
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What Tafadzwa Musarara’s ‘Alleged’ Corruption Is Causing Zimbabweans To Do

As the prices of basic commodities skyrocket beyond the reach of many and with Government subsidised mealie-meal flying off the shelves in major supermarkets, impoverished Zimbabweans have been left stranded. In un-dated video footage recently obtained by iHarare, there was drama at a local supermarket after two customers wrestled for a 5kg bag of mealie meal. In the video, an… Read More
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Mnangagwa’s guards arrested

POLICE have arrested three members of the elite Presidential Guard, as well as a former broadcaster, after they allegedly assaulted villagers and tried to forcefully take over a gold mine in Mt Darwin. This comes as authorities have launched a crackdown against machete-wielding gangs across the country’s mining belts – following a surge in grisly crimes there which came to… Read More