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MDC spokesperson and Hwange Central MP Daniel Molokele

MDC supporters demand military training, guns

By Matebeleland North Correspondent MDC leader Nelson Chamisa should consider recruiting youths for military training if he was entertaining any thoughts of taking over power in Zimbabwe, the party’s supporters in Matebeleland North have said. Angry party supporters still smarting from government’s decision to ban countrywide demonstrations and the deployment of the military in January

MDC leader Nelson Chamisa's party is divided over former President Robert Mugabe's death

Demo planned at Mugabe funeral as ex-Zanu PF leader’s death divides MDC

By Leopold Munhende DIVISIONS have emerged within the MDC on how to react to former State President and Zanu PF strongman Robert Mugabe’s death in Singapore on Friday. While the party’s leadership including president Nelson Chamisa have suggested it would be uncultured to pour scorn on the late leader, the youth assembly is calling for

President Emmerson Mnangagwa's goons claim they are out of pocket

‘CIO broke’, sues aircraft company to recover debt

By Ebenezzer Sibanda AN aircraft company in Zimbabwe has failed to pay the feared Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO), forcing President Enmerson Mnangagwa’s aides to approach the courts for relief. Central Air Transport Services (CATS) has allegedly failed to pay US$40 827.59 and $6 000 for aircrafts it hired from the President’s Office. CATS is an air

President Emmerson Mnangagwa

Mugabe funeral: Mnangagwa divides G40

By Costa Nkomo GOVERNMENT has dispelled social media reports it had opened doors for G40 kingpin and ex-Cabinet Minister Jonathan Moyo and other exiled members of the now decimated Zanu PF faction to return home for former President Robert Mugabe’s funeral. Generation 40, as the faction was commonly referred to, was a Zanu PF camp

MDC leader Nelson Chamisa

Chamisa: Mugabe’s passing is one vote less for me

By Leopold Munhende MDC President Nelson Chamisa says his party has lost one more voter following the passing of ex-Zanu PF leader Robert Mugabe Friday morning. Chamisa was speaking to international broadcaster Al Jazeera on Mugabe’s life and legacy Friday afternoon. “We acknowledge the contribution made to the country in the liberation of our country and also

President Emmerson Mnangagwa arriving from Cape Town South Africa

Mugabe death: Mnangagwa announces indefinite period of mourning

By Mary Taruvinga ZIMBABWE will observe an indefinite period of national mourning following the death in Singapore of the country’s founding leader Robert Mugabe, President Emmerson Mnangagwa announced Friday. Mnangagwa told journalists after cutting short his trip to the African leg of the World Economic Forum in Cape Town South Africa that Mugabe the ruling

Former President Robert Mugabe

Mugabe dies

By Richard Chidza FORMER President Robert Mugabe has died. He was 95. State radio reported early Friday that Mugabe had passed away but little detail was yet readily available. Mugabe has been in Singapore where he was receiving treatment for unknown ailments but for years the former Zanu PF leader had had problems with reported

Prosecutor General Kumbirai Hodzi

Under fire Hodzi appears in court to clear corruption allegations

By Mary Taruvinga PROSECUTOR-General (PG), Kumbirai Hodzi Thursday appeared before Harare Magistrate, Morgan Nemadire to answer to bribery allegations amid accusations that he unlawfully stopped the trial of a Harare man who allegedly used high-profile people’s names to swindle unsuspecting clients of various amounts of money. Hodzi on Wednesday ordered the trial of Leon Gomani

President Emmerson Mnangagwa

Xenophobia: Mnangagwa finally reacts, warns citizens against travel to neighbour

By Costa Nkomo GOVERNMENT has finally reacted to the current wave of violence rocking neighbouring South Africa describing it as barbaric and warning citizens travelling to that country to take necessary precautions. On Tuesday Information Minister Monica Mutsvangwa told a post-Cabinet media briefing that Cabinet had not discussed the issues and President Emmerson Mnangagwa travelled

Proposed law to ban doctors, nurses from striking

By Leopold Munhende ZIMBABWEAN doctors, nurses and other workers within the country’s ailing health sector will nolonger be allowed to go on strike but shall only be permitted to stage demonstrations for some few hours before returning to work. This is contained in government’s proposed amendments to the Health Services Amendment Bill revealed at a

Chitungwiza Mayor Lovemore Maiko

Zanu PF ‘militia’ attacks mayor for suspending town clerk.

By Costa Nkomo SUSPECTED Zanu PF militant supporters Monday assaulted Chitungwiza mayor, Lovemore Maiko at council offices after serving the Town Clerk George Makunde with a suspension letter as the Zanu PF Mashonaland central provincial executive member faces abuse of office and incompetence. Ahead of the aborted Chitungwiza full council meeting Monday, mayor Maiko recounted

Don't dare me...Nelson Chamisa

We can use guns but we choose peace, Chamisa says to ED

By Mary Taruvinga MDC leader Nelson Chamisa has warned President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his government against pushing his party too far as witnessed by a continued State crackdown, telling party followers Sunday that the main opposition was only restraining itself from an armed retaliation against the abuses. He was addressing thousands of party supporters who