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July 27, 2018 4:03 PM High Court throws out Chamisa suit against Mnangagwa

The High Court yesterday dismissed an application by opposition leader Nelson Chamisa seeking an order barring President Emmerson Mnangagwa and Zanu PF from interfering with the independence of traditional leaders. Chamisa had dragged his main rival in next Monday’s crunch national elections to court for remarks that the Zanu PF leader made at a ruling 29

July 7, 2018 1:12 PM US calls for probe into Bulawayo bomb blast

The United States called for an investigation into a bomb blast that took place during a rally on June 23, and punishment for the perpetrators to prevent further attacks. US embassy Charge d’ Affaires Jennifer Savage slammed the tragic loss of the lives of Colour Sergeant Stanley Mugunzva and Nelson Dube in an explosion that saw President Emmerson Mnangagwa 57

February 20, 2018 2:51 PM Pastor slams Tsvangirai family over wrangles

A pastor — Jimmy Dube — has slammed late Morgan Tsvangirai’s family over its wrangling, accusing them of dragging the name of the former prime minister into disrepute. Speaking on Sunday at the Mabelreign Methodist Church service for the late veteran trade unionist, Dube told the family to desist from washing their dirty linen in public. This comes as family 58

June 25, 2017 2:35 PM Mujuru links cost Cde Chinx

Late liberation stalwart and veteran musician, Dickson “Cde Chinx” Chingaira, became a victim of Zanu PF’s internecine succession struggles after the party denied him the coveted national hero status on account of having been sympathetic to expelled former vice president Joice Mujuru, the Daily News On Sunday can reveal. Cde Chinx who died in Harare 20

March 31, 2017 10:22 PM ON YOUR MARKS, GET SET, GO!

The country’s traditional giants, Highlanders, Dynamos and defending champions Caps United who play their respective games tomorrow will be following today’s action with keen interest as they hope to get off to good starts. Caps United who are under the guidance of Lloyd Chitembwe are favourites to retain the title but they should expect stiff competition 27

March 19, 2017 10:14 PM Mujuru bigwig election bid dealt major blow

Nyandoro, a lawyer by profession, has been reported to the Law Society of Zimbabwe (LSZ) over a raft of allegations relating to professional misconduct. He is expected to go for a disciplinary hearing before the disciplinary ethics committee in one of the cases. The party’s inaugural elective congress will be held next month and Mr Nyandoro will battle 4

December 30, 2016 3:01 AM Gumede calls it a day

NDUMISO Gumede (pictured) has quit football, ending a career of over three decades in football management. The veteran football administrator said he will walk away from the game when his contract as Highlanders chief executive officer expires tomorrow. Gumede, who turned 71 in October, is currently banned by Zifa from all football activities for penning 18

August 29, 2016 12:58 PM Police Attack Mudzuri, Chamisa Bar Them From Entering Court

Staff Reporter | Riot police on Monday morning continued with their widely condemned aggressive behavior as they attacked and barred MDC-T vice Presidents Elias Mudzuri and Nelson Chamisa from entering Harare magistrate’s courts. The two MDC-T senior officials had gone to attend the trial of 74 activists who were arrested in connection with the last Friday 11

May 22, 2016 8:46 AM Zuma praises Mugabe, trashes legacy of (white) Fort Hare University founder

The Minister of Science and Technology, Ms Naledi Pandor and all members of the family of Prof ZK Matthews, The Chancellor of Fort Hare University, Ambassador Makhenkesi Stofile, I feel deeply honoured to celebrate this historic milestone of the centenary of the University of Fort Hare with you. This University is one of the most important heritage institutions 16

May 5, 2016 5:31 PM How Zuma, the smiling spy, controls South Africa

How Zuma, the smiling spy, controls South Africa. Photo: Wikipedia As head of intelligence for the outlawed African National Congress during apartheid, Jacob Zuma neutralised perceived traitors and sidelined opponents to shore up his position, people who worked with him say. Lampooned in the media, jeered in public and now facing calls from inside and outside 16