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Chamisa drops ED legitimacy challenge

BY BLESSED MHLANGA NELSON Chamisa’s opposition MDC has dropped a key demand questioning the legitimacy of President Emmerson Mnangagwa, paving the way for possible talks between the chief political rivals to resolve Zimbabwe’s political and economic crises. The opposition party has refused to recognise Mnangagwa’s presidency since the disputed polls of July 31 last year, and accused the Zimbabwe Electoral… Read More
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Zim risks losing more than 300 doctors to the UK – Biti

By Anna Chibamu TOP MDC politician and MP, Tendai Biti has warned Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube the country risked losing more than 300 doctors to the United Kingdom if he failed to address their remuneration issues urgently. Speaking in parliament Tuesday, Biti, also MDC vice president, told National Assembly Speaker Jacob Mudenda that it was disturbing to note that the… Read More
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ED sucked into Buyanga-baby mama child custody saga

By Mary Taruvinga SOUTH Africa based businessman, Frank Buyanga could be in trouble after his ex-girlfriend Chantelle Muteswa reportedly approached President Emmerson Mnangagwa begging the Zanu PF leader to intervene in the couple’s acrimonious child custody battle. The revelations come a few days after a leaked explosive audio recording in which it was claimed First Lady Auxillia and one of… Read More
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SEE PIC: “Ecocash Agent” Displays Huge Amounts Of Cash

A picture of an “Ecocash Agent” trading at “an undesignated site” is making rounds on social media. The picture portrays a man sitting behind a wooden table. On top of the table, the man is displaying cash, notes and coins, something Ecocash would deem unsafe. Usually, Ecocash Agents are found in booths orshops which are recommended for safety reasons. The… Read More
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Malema offers to mediate between Mnangagwa and G40

South Africa’s opposition Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema has called on President Emmerson Mnangagwa to allow members of the G40 faction back to the country as a show of political tolerance. Most G40 members were hounded out of Zimbabwe in November 2017 after the military staged a coup that deposed former President Robert Mugabe. Prominent members of the… Read More
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Long queues form in Harare as Zimbabwe releases new bank notes, coins

HARARE – New bank notes and coins finally hit the streets of Zimbabwe on Tuesday after a false start the day before, with depositors forming long queues at banks and ATMs. The new notes are part of President Emerson Mnangagwa’s monetary reforms to have Zimbabwe revert to using its own currency in place of the US dollar and the rand.… Read More
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SB Moyo Admitted In South African Hospital Again As Zim Govt Fires Doctors For Demanding Living Wage

SB Moyo Admitted In South Africa Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Sibusiso Moyo has been confirmed to have been admitted in a hospital in South Africa. This was confirmed by Presidential spokesperson George Charamba who said that the Minister is undergoing a scheduled operation. Writing on social media site, Twitter, Charamba who uses the handle Jamwanda2 wrote, This is a… Read More
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Warriors trickle in

Blessing Malinganiza, Sports Reporter THE WARRIORS yesterday started trickling into camp at Pandhari Lodge ahead of their matches against Zambia and Botswana in the 2021 AFCON qualifiers. The local based players who consist of Ian Nekati, Prince Dube, Partson Jaure, Simbarashe Chinani and Talbert Shumba  and some foreign based stars who include Kuda Mahachi, Terrence Dzvukamanja and Thabani Kamusoko are… Read More
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Mnangagwa dumps General Chiwenga as successor?

President Emmerson Mnangagwa wants to be succeeded by a fairly young leader compared to those that have ruled the country before , a senior government official has said. Nick Mangwana the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Information Publicity and Broadcasting Services said, “President Mnangagwa believes that the next President and leadership of Zimbabwe should be a younger in age… Read More
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