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Mnangagwa labels ZEC chair Chigumba a sellout

Mnangagwa labels ZEC chair Chigumba a sellout. Exiled former Zanu-PF strategist, Jonathan Moyo, revealed this in his book, Excelgate, which he claims exposes how the 2018 presidential elections were reportedly rigged in favour of Mnangagwa. Government has, however, rubbished Moyo’s claims in the book. President Emmerson Mnangagwa allegedly blew his top and lashed at Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) chairperson Priscillah Chigumba after she… Read More
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2 dead and 28 others injured after ZUPCO buses collide in Harare

HARARE – Two people were killed and 28 others injured after two busses collided in Harare on Thursday morning. Police said the two buses running a ZUPCO service to the suburbs of Mabvuku and Epworth crashed at a curve. “The ZRP confirms that two people died and 28 others were injured at 7.30AM today when an Abdul and Son bus… Read More
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“You Are Too SOFT,”Chiwenga Tells Mnangagwa

Returning Vice President Constantino Chiwenga is a no-nonsense military man, Barely 2 weeks after returning to work, he has plainly told his boss and incumbent Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa that he is ‘too soft’. The surprising revelations were made by Mnangagwa himself yesterday at a meeting of Liberation War Collaborators’ Association (Ziliwaco). He was responding to a concerns raised by… Read More
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Video: What is SADC going to do, when the Zimbabwean police uses live gunfire to stop Chamisa

Dear @DrTaxs Is SADC going to remain quiet, again, when the Zimbabwean police uses live gunfire to stop @nelsonchamisa from planting trees on the National Tree Planting Day?@AsstSecStateAF @PoliceZimbabwe pic.twitter.com/AvlMRLerxf — Team Pachedu 🇿🇼 (@PacheduZW) December 1, 2019 Team pachedu Twitter feed Read More
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Just In:46 money changers & touts arrested

FORTY-SIX people were this week arrested for touting and causing obstruction along pavements in the CBD. Speaking during the Crime Awareness Campaign conducted an awareness campaign on gender based violence focusing on the 16 days of activism and drug use and abuse at ranks, Harare Police Spokesperson Assistant Inspector Webster Dzvova touts and people milling around were a menace in… Read More
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BREAKING: Chamisa Survives Assasination Attempt

MDC speaks on Chamisa’s assassination attempt. The London Branch of the opposition MDC led by Nelson Chamisa has claimed that there was an assassination attempt on Chamisa this Sunday in Marondera. The party announced the alleged development on twitter but did not reveal who fired the shots. The party said: Assassination attempt on President Nelson Chamisa in Marondera today, according to Marondera… Read More
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Namibia opposition accuses Muchinguri of aiding vote manipulation

WINDHOEK, Namibia – Namibia’s opposition parties are crying foul after incumbent president Hage Geingob was re-elected for a second term with a reduced majority on Saturday. Geingob’s rivals are claiming vote manipulation and accused the SADC observer mission headed by Zimbabwe’s defence minister Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri of being unfit for the task. Mike Kavekotora, the leader of the Rally for Democracy… Read More
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Actress Gabrielle Union fired from America’s Got Talent

Actress Gabrielle Union fired from America’s Got Talent for being too black and criticizing show’s culture. Gabrielle Union, 47, has husband Dwyane Wade, 37, swiftly came to her defence on social media. The former NBA star showed support for his wife on social media after it was announced that she wouldn’t be returning to America’s Got Talent. According to several… Read More
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UN expert: Zimbabwe hunger ‘shocking’ for country not at war

‘I urgently call on government, all political parties and international community to put an end to this spiraling crisis’ HARARE — Zimbabwe is on the brink of man-made starvation and the number of people needing help is “shocking” for a country not in conflict, a United Nations special expert on the right to food said Thursday. Hilal Elver said she… Read More
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