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Zimbabwe’s Mnangagwa rejects church’s proposal on elections

PRESIDENT Mnangagwa has rejected proposals by the Zimbabwe Heads of Christian Denominations (ZHOCD) to have a seven-year moratorium on elections saying secular systems are run on laws which are bound by constitutions and statutes. In a 19-page response to ZHOCD delivered yesterday, Mnangagwa expressed gratitude to the church leaders’ willingness to search for solutions that can take the nation forward,… Read More
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Mnangagwa lashes out at ‘lazy’ ministers

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has railed against ministers who should be bringing Bills before Parliament for crafting, but have not been industrious enough. This was after only nine Bills out of the 29 that he announced will be crafted during the First Session of the Ninth Parliament were enacted. “The law must be a universal instrument of development and, as such,… Read More
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Cash crisis shakes Mnangagwa’s govt

CAUGHT in a dilemma between printing money and possibly fuelling inflation, or nursing acute cash shortages, President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government has turned to militant policies, controlling some mobile money services in a bid to arrest the speculation that has been brewed by the shortages. This past week, Zimbabwe’s central bank banned all cash- back, limited cash-out and cash-in facilities as… Read More
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Video: ED bragged about the investment but no substance on the surface

Zimbabweans are only getting 6 hours of electricity, NO water, NO medicines in public hospitals, NO jobs, NO fuel, NO passports, NO foreign exchange, NO decent salaries for civil servants, NO decent roads, NO human rights, NO Rule of Law, NO affordable food & general basics! No.. — Hopewell Chin'ono (@daddyhope) September 24, 2019 Read More
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Mnangagwa Speaks On Sakunda Frozen Bank Accounts

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said that freezing bank accounts belonging to a number of companies including Sakunda Holdings, was a way of dealing with people involved in money laundering. Mnangagwa was speaking on Saturday Saturday night at a meeting with a group of supporters in New York, where he is attending the United Nations General Assembly. He said: On the… Read More
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Prof J.Moyo: Mnangagwa taking 90 men delegation to UN while Zim Stock exchange went haywire today

@ReserveBankZIM treasury staff were told not to leave their desks at COB today to process "night disbursements" for Sakunda's command agriculture looting-purse and per diems for Mnangagwa's 90-strong New York delegation to the UN, as the ZWL-US$ exchange rate went haywire today! — Prof Jonathan Moyo (@ProfJNMoyo) September 19, 2019 Read More
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Chamisa trials Mnangagwa in America

Angered by the continued harassment of its supporters, as well as the escalating abductions of government critics in the country, the main opposition MDC plans to hold mass protests against President Emmerson Mnangagwa in the United States of America. This comes as pressure is mounting on Mnangagwa and his government to guarantee the safe return of a medical doctor who… Read More
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President Mnangagwa shocked many people today about what he said. Watch video below

Congratulations to @mdczimbabwe on your 20th anniversary this week. Though we have our differences, this is what democracy is all about. I look forward to many more years of debate and dialogue. Makorokoto! Amhlope! Wishing all the people of Zimbabwe a blessed Sunday — President of Zimbabwe (@edmnangagwa) September 15, 2019 The words that are confusing to many are,”Many more… Read More
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A blow in the stomach for Mnangagwa who was refused Mugabe’s burial ceremony. It is private not Zanu PF issue

Harare – Zimbabwe’s former president Robert Mugabe will be buried “sometime next week”, a family spokesman said on Thursday, but it remained unclear where he would be interred amid disagreement between his family and government over the funeral plans. Mugabe, who ruled Zimbabwe for 37 years until he was ousted by his own army in November 2017, died in a… Read More
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