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Teachers Look To UK For A Brighter Future

News24 AFTER 23 years as a government school teacher in Zimbabwe, upon retirement, a 50-year-old woman got a severance package of R2 100 (ZW$28 000) in December last year. Had she retired in 2015, she would have been paid in United States dollars, something that many in her position wish they had done. “It’s as

Saviour Kasukuwere

Kasukuwere Plots Zanu PF Return

By James Muonwa SELF-EXILED former Cabinet Minister, Saviour Kasukuwere says he is willing to take the lead in finding lasting solutions to Zimbabwe’s socio-economic and political crises that have seen late president Robert Mugabe’s henchmen hounded and living desolate lives. Kasukuwere, a former Zanu PF national commissar, and staunch Generation 40 (G40) member that opposed President

Crushing defeat: Former State Security minister Owen Mudha Ncube was removed from the Zanu PF Midlands provincial vice chair on which he had imposed himself on Saturday

Zanu PF Fiasco: Mudha Bites The Dust Again

By Staff Reporter FORMER State Security minister Owen Mudha Ncube’s political woes worsened at the weekend after he lost the Zanu PF Midlands provincial vice chairmanship, on which he had imposed himself, and was shunted to a far less influential position of secretary for production and labour. This took place during a rescheduled provincial coordinating

780 cars impounded over number plates; 900 arrests made – ZRP

By Staff Reporter The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) says more than 780 vehicles have been impounded in a countrywide operation targeting unregistered vehicles. “The operation targeting unlicensed, plate-less and unregistered vehicles has started off with a total of 967 arrests being made countrywide on the 1st day, 15/01/22,” the ZRP said on Twitter Sunday. “784

Kirsty Coventry Under Fire Over All-White Hockey Team

By Mary Taruvinga YOUTH, Sports, Arts and Recreation minister Kirsty Coventry has come under fire from stakeholders following the selection of all white senior women’s hockey team to represent Zimbabwe in the Africa Cup of Nations in Accra, Ghana. The tournament begins on Monday and runs until January 23. Social media has been awash with

Chiefs Want Mnangagwa To Apologise For Gukurahundi

By Staff Reporter CHIEFS, once described by the late president Robert Mugabe as paragons of virtue, have called on President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration to publicly apologise for the Gukurahundi massacres that claimed an estimated 20 000 innocent lives in Matabeleland and Midlands provinces in the early 1980s. Mnangagwa has opened dialogue on the emotive subject,

July Moyo: He is hanging onto his job by a thread

Mnangagwa Goes After ‘Prime Minister’ July Moyo

By Andrew Kunambura “Someone reported in those meetings that ahead of the provincial elections, Moyo was frequently being referred to as Prime Minister in their conferences,” the source said. PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa is considering sacking local government minister July Moyo after receiving security and official briefings indicating he harbours presidential ambitions and was a key

T Freddy Trial: Court Hears ZBC Reporter Seduced Cleric With Nudes

By Staff Reporter ZBC presenter  Rutendo Makuti used nude pictures, audios and suggestive text messages to demand sex from Goodness and Mercy Ministries Founder and leader Tapiwa Freddy, the Harare Magistrates Court heard on Thursday. During cross examination T Freddy’s defence counsel said Makuti consented to sexual acts and seduced the man of the cloth

Bribes, vicious circle of illegal immigrant re-arrests at Beitbridge border post

Pretoria News Arresting and deporting people trying to cross the Beitbridge border post illegally is a vicious circle and a waste of government resources, according to Home Affairs officials and the police. Thousands have been arrested for entering the country illegally, as the festive season drew to a close and Zimbabwean nationals returned from their

New CiCZ chair Peter Mutasa

LATEST: Trade Unionist Peter Mutasa Takes Over As CiCZ Chair

By Alois Vinga TRADE unionist Peter Mutasa was Wednesday elected as the chairperson of Crisis In Zimbabwe Coalition (CiCZ) in a tensely-contested virtual election. He managed to poll 53% of the vote against his rival Samuel Wadzayi who followed closely at 47%. Wadzayi is the director of the Vendors Initiative for Socio-Economic Transformation (VISET). Busi Dube

Larry Mavhima

Larry Mavhima Crucified Mudha During Stormy Meeting With Mnangagwa

By Andrew Kunambura FORMER State Security Minister Owen Mudha Ncube was fired from his lucrative job after he was crucified by newly installed Zanu PF Midlands provincial chairman Larry Mavhima during a stormy three-hour meeting with President Emmerson Mnangagwa at his Pricabe Farm in Kwekwe last Sunday, emerging details show. Zanu PF insiders told

LATEST: Power Cuts Worsen As ZESA Shuts Down Kariba Power Station

By Mandipa Maseyenyama LOAD-SHEDDING is expected to increase after ZESA announced Tuesday, some units at the Kariba South power stations would be taken out of service to allow for the completion of critical works on the dam wall. In a statement, ZESA’s stakeholder relations department said: “ZESA Holdings would like to advise its valued stakeholders

Down and Out: Owen Mudha Ncube was sacked for defying Mnangagwa

Mudha Was Fired For Defying Mnangagwa, Violence

By Andrew Kunambura PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa fired his hitherto close lieutenant Owen Mudha Ncube from his position as State Security Minister because he had defied his orders to refrain from jostling for a Zanu PF leadership position in the Midlands province, has established. Sources said Mnangagwa had become frustrated by Mudha’s ‘violent tendencies’ and

Mnangagwa Fires State Security Minister Ncube For Inappropriate Conduct

By Staff Reporter PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has sacked State Security Minister Owen Mudha Ncube for “conduct inappropriate” for a Cabinet Minister. Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet Misheck Sibanda confirmed the dismissal. “The President Cde ED Mnangagwa has in terms of section 340, subsection (1) paragraph (f), as read with section 104, subsection (1)

Zanu PF Mash West chair Mary Mliswa-Chikoka

Violence Rocks New Zanu PF Mash West PCC

By James Muonwa, Mashonaland West Correspondent VIOLENCE dominated the new Zanu PF provincial joint council of the main wing, women’s and youth leagues’ inaugural meeting held in Chinhoyi Saturday. The meeting was meant to officially hand over the reins of power to newly-elected chairpersons of the three-party organs voted during recent shambolic elections characterised by

90 000 Zim Border Jumpers Arrested In SA, Deported

eNCA OUR warnings to South Africa about Zimbabwe’s economic and political crisis were ignored. So say Zimbabwe labour unions, civic society groups and human rights activists. And now this has resulted in thousands of Zimbabweans flocking into neighbouring South Africa and Botswana in search of jobs and better lives. More than 89,000 illegal immigrants have