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Zanu-PF youths to protest against cartels

ZANU-PF youths are expected to take to the streets tomorrow in protest over business “cartels” sabotaging the economy. The ruling party’s deputy youth league secretary, Lewis Matutu, told the Daily News on Sunday that some corrupt Zimbabweans fronting business cartels are benefiting from the suffering of the majority. “We are having an all-youth stakeholders’ meeting on Monday (tomorrow); this is… Read More
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Zanu-PF, MDC hawks standing in the way to derail dialogue

AMID growing calls for dialogue between President Emmerson Mnangagwa and opposition leader Nelson Chamisa, it has emerged that hardliners within both Zanu-PF and the MDC are escalating their efforts to derail the much-needed mooted talks between the two men. This comes as former South African President Thabo Mbeki – who was in the country late last year to mediate between… Read More
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Breaking: Kasukuwere Cries Foul As Mnangagwa Govt Targets Farm He Grabbed For Seizure

Kasukuwere Cries Foul As Mnangagwa Govt Goes After Farm He Grabbed By Timothy Ndoro Former Zanu PF National Political commissar and G40 kingpin Saviour Kasukuwere has cried foul as he is set to lose his farm. President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government has since advised the former cabinet minister that they intend to withdraw the offer later for his Concorpia Farm. Kasukuwere grabbed… Read More
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MDC Reveals Why ZANU PF “Panicked And Resorted To Violence” After Chamisa’s Agenda 2020 In Mbare

ByEditor The opposition MDC led by Nelson Chamisa has said that the ruling ZANU PF is threatened by action and that is the reason why it is resorting to violence. These remarks are made following allegations that machete-wielding ZANU PF youths laid siege to Matapi Police Station in Mbare yesterday where Starman Chamisa, Mbare legislator and Nelson Chamisa’s brother was… Read More
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Zanu PF: We will rule through hook or crook

Mashonaland West Provincial Affairs minister Mary Mliswa at the Zanu PF conference, which ended in Goromonzi yesterday.Picture: Shepherd Tozvireva By BLESSED MHLANGA/JAIROS SAUNYAMA/ANDREW KUNAMBURA/BRIDGET MANANAVIRE Zanu PF has declared that it will not be removed from power and will deploy any means necessary to close out other political parties. The charge was led by the ruling party’s commissar Victor Matemadanda… Read More
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Chamisa-‘Unresolved atrocities threat to Zimbabwe unity’

In a Unity Day message Sunday, Chamisa said despite the signing of the Unity Accord between Zanu and PF Zapu, past atrocities and widening inequality were threatening the society. Writing on Twitter Sunday, the opposition leader said if Zimbabweans were united, they were going to be able to deal with the current economic and political challenges facing the country collectively.… Read More
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Mbeki: I’ll be back for more talks

BY EVERSON MUSHAVA/MOSES MATENGA PROSPECTS for talks between President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his arch rival, opposition MDC leader Nelson Chamisagrew yesterday after former South African President Thabo Mbeki yesterday said he would be returning to the country before year-end for further talks. Mbeki was in the country since Monday and held marathon meetings with Mnangagwa, Chamisa, members of the Political… Read More
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Zimbabweans Told NOT To Put Faith On A Coup

Advertisement Prominent journalist and government critic, Hopewell Chin’ono, says the opposition MDC and the general citizenry should not to pin their hope for a better Zimbabwe on another coup. Writing on Twitter, Chin’ono urged Zimbabweans to push for political reforms rather than expecting ZANU PF factional fights to deliver them to Canaan. He said: If the opposition or the citizen… Read More
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Acie Lumumba Says: ‘Kasukuwere coming to reclaim ZANU PF’

Self-styled Communications strategist William Gerald Mutumanje (Acie Lumumba) has warned that exiled former Mashonaland Central strongman Saviour Kasukuwere is coming back to Zimbabwe to reclaim ZANU PF from the hands of President Emmerson Mnangagwa. Kasukuwere is currently exiled in South Africa after enduring persecution in Zimbabwe. “Saviour Kasukuwere will return and his first order of business will be to re-claim… 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