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Mnangagwa sings Sekeramayi praises as he headhunts for new VP in Mashonaland

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has heaped rare praise on former cabinet Minister Sydney Sekeramayi saying he comes a long way with the once powerful politician. He was speaking in Mahusekwa in Mashonalanda East where senior party leaders led by Sekeramayi were in attendance. Speaking on Saturday Mnanagwga said, “Their journey together started in Lusaka, then Mozambique and in government. He said… Read More
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MDC-run Harare City council acknowledges Mnangagwa presidency

THE Harare City Council has shockingly recognised President Emmerson Mnangagwa as “President”. The local government authority is run by the opposition MDC led by advocate Nelson Chamisa which has since 2018 been refusing to acknowledge Mnangagwa as a legitimate President.The party argues that Mnangagwa in connivance with the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission manipulated last year’s presidential elections and robbed its candidate,… Read More
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Mnangagwa’s minister caught in messy scandal

INDUSTRY and Commerce minister Sekai Nzenza has been accused of failing to pay back US$8 000 she allegedly took from the corruption-ridden National Social Security Authority (NSSA) under the guise of doing ministry work, but converted it to personal use. Nzenza took the money when she was Labour minister before she was shunted to the Industry minister by President Emmerson… Read More
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Chamisa advised to cooperate with Mnangagwa

WITH President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government slowly, but surely closing the democratic space by banning most of the opposition MDC’s activities, including demonstrations and rallies, analysts have suggested that the party’s leader Nelson Chamisa should seek cooperation with his rival.   Following Mnangagwa’s ascension to power in November 2017, many hoped he would craft a new path and make a clear… Read More
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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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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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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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Jonathan Moyo steps in the heart of Mnangagwa

The fugitive Jonathan Moyo made a bold step in Mnangagwa’s heart with guns blazing accusing ED of nepotism and Tribalism. He took no prisoners in his twitter accusing ED of sidelining the Ndebeles from security ministries. He purports to suggest that there is an agreement to have one person from ZAPU to be appointed in one of the security ministries.… Read More
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Britain presses Mnangagwa on human rights, corruption

THE United Kingdom has maintained its pressure on President Emmerson Mnangagwa to ensure the full realisation of human rights as well as end rampant corruption within government corridors. This came out when visiting British envoy, Harriet Matthews met the Zimbabwean leader at his Munhumutapa offices, Harare Wednesday. Speaking to journalists soon after emerging from the meeting, Matthews, who is also… Read More
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