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Zim is its own worst enemy with a suicidal CANCEL CULTURE!

5/5 The personalization of politics in Zimbabwe has become cancerous & is now a clear & present danger to the country. Every human engagement requires a meeting of minds, which should be the pivotal starting point. Once people have a meeting of minds, it must be all systems go! — Prof Jonathan Moyo (@ProfJNMoyo) December 9, 2019 4/5 There's no… Read More
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Ziyambi reveals VP Chiwenga’s preferred candidate for 2023 election

Zanu-PF Mashonaland West provincial chairperson Ziyambi Ziyambi has dismissed that his province has endorsed a candidate who is not President Emmerson Mnangagwa for the 2023 elections, describing the reports as mischievous and misleading. Speaking at an inter-district meeting at Chinhoyi Training Centre on Saturday, Ziyambi distanced his province from information circulating on social media and insisted that such reports were… Read More
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Could Walter Mzembi be the answer for a future Zimbabwe?

Zimbabwe remains in an uncertain stage. Currently, in exile in South Africa, the former Zimbabwe Foreign Affairs and Tourism Minister Dr. Walter Mzembi’s name continues to dominate on the political raising fears within the ruling Zanu PF which remains uncertain within the former Masvingo South legislator’s next move. His name is also alive and respected among leaders in the African… Read More
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Saviour Kasukuwere says to challenge for president in 2023

Battle lines drawn … Saviour Kasukuwere seen with President Emmerson Mnangagwa in happier times JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – Saviour Kasukuwere has declared his intention to run for president in 2023, despite being exiled. The former Zanu PF political commissar and a key member of the late president Robert Mugabe’s Cabinet before being ousted in a 2017 military coup says he… Read More
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Eddie Cross: Tsvangirai agreed to work with Zanu-PF for the sake of the people

MDC’s founding secretary for Economic Affairs, Eddie Cross, has said that the late founding president of the party, Morgan Tsvangirai, agreed to join the Government of National Unity (GNU) and take charge of the economic “mess” of 2008 for the sake of the people, leading to “four years of relative stability and recovery.” Cross, who is now a member of… Read More
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Zimbabweans prefer Mzembi – Chamisa coupling?

Zimbabweans are yearning for progressive politics culminating into a proper development agenda, and this can only be achieved by coupling of young and progressive elements across political divide. There is an overall consensus within the generational consensus that Advocate Chamisa and the respected Former Foreign and Tourism Minister in Mugabe’s Government, Dr Walter Mzembi resemble some form of respect across… Read More
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‘Mnangagwa uses luxury jet to loot diamonds and foreign currency’

President Emmerson Mnangagwa seemingly sensing his imminent boot from power, is allegedly involved in grand looting of the country’s scarce foreign currency coffers and resources using his chain of hired private jets to secure financial and tax havens abroad, Spotlight Zimbabwe, has been told. According to a current member of Mnangagwa’s Presidential Advisory Committee (PAC), and a former adviser to… Read More
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‘Indian food is terrible’ tweet sparks hot debate about racism

A tweet from a US academic calling Indian food “terrible” has sparked a hot debate about cultural intolerance and racism in international cuisine. “Indian food is terrible and we pretend it isn’t,” said international affairs professor Tom Nichols. Critics called his comment a tasteless generalisation. The remark led to a wider discussion of the immigrant experience and how many in… Read More
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‘Democratic space shrinks under Mnangagwa reign’

ZIMBABWE’s democratic space continues to shrink under President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s rule despite government claims that several good laws have been crafted or aligned with the Constitution in line with international democratic requirements. Analysts said the continued bludgeoning of civil servants and opposition supporters whenever they want to express dissent over the high cost of living and measly salaries, is a… Read More
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