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May 15, 2018 6:42 AM Chitembwe rues bad patch

CAPS United coach Lloyd Chitembwe is not happy his team has hit a bad patch, but is adamant Makepekepe will still find their way back in this year’s Castle Lager Premiership race. The Harare giants dropped points for the third game in succession against Ngezi Platinum Stars on Sunday. Makepekepe are expected to play another big game this Sunday when they face Highlanders 44

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 53

February 19, 2018 5:21 AM Diaspora woman loses house to mistress

The High Court has ruled that a woman living in the Diaspora is not entitled to inherit the matrimonial house because she was not living at the house at the time of her husband’s death. Justice Alfas Chitakunye made the ruling in the case involving the estate of the late Samuel Zachary Munangatire. Mr Munangatire died in the United Kingdom in 2012. At the time of his death 36

January 29, 2018 7:23 AM Energy Mutodi off the hook

Businessman and musician Energy Mutodi’s application for refusal of further remand was granted last Friday after the prosecution failed to justify its stance to keep him on remand without a trial date. Mutodi was on remand on charges of communicating false statements after allegedly implicating some politicians in the poisoning of President Mnangagwa 59

January 6, 2018 8:44 PM Your thoughts on Mnangagwa visiting ‘sick’ Tsvangirai: “ambulance-chasing propaganda” says Jonathan Moyo

We publish a collection of reactions to President Emmerson Mnangagwa visiting opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai at his home in Highlands, Harare. The former Prime Minister in the coalition government is battling colon cancer and has this week been flown to South Africa for more treatment. Professor Jonathan Moyo: “This is no PR Coup and no history 64

November 2, 2017 12:22 AM Avoid succession Prophets: president

President Mugabe addresses mourners at the burial of the late National Hero Cde Don Kwaedza Muvuti in Harare yesterday. He said given the high level of literacy in the country, it was mind-boggling how educated people fell prey to tricks of the so-called prophets. The President made the remarks at the burial of Cde Don Kwaedza Muvuti at the National 39

October 30, 2017 2:21 AM Mugabe abusing vulnerable chiefs

In a week when tens of Harare residents were hospitalised suffering from typhoid, the government announced that it was splashing in excess of $6 million buying top-of-the-range vehicles for chiefs. The purchase of the 226 vehicles to be brought from outside the country means the cash-strapped government will have to divert foreign currency meant for critical 21

October 30, 2017 1:36 AM Ex-DPM: Mugabe an intellectual dimwit

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s carefully constructed, and diligently guarded, cult of personality presents him as a formidable intellectual, a principled and incorruptible leader, a crafty political operator and black liberation icon. It’s a public image which is protected by law, with many arrested and prosecuted over the years on allegations of insulting 34

October 29, 2017 4:24 PM Mugabe under-fire over PG dismissal

President Robert Mugabe’s shock decision to rescind the appointment of Prosecutor-General (PG) Ray Goba is unconstitutional and can be challenged in court, legal and political experts said yesterday. Goba’s appointment was reversed by Mugabe in an extraordinary gazette issued Friday. He now reverts to being the acting PG while Mugabe considers a new candidate 32

October 29, 2017 4:20 PM Judiciary a victim of Zanu PF factionalism

The dramatic revocation of Ray Goba’s appointment as prosecutor general (PG) late last week betrays just how far the executive, aka the Zanu PF ruling elite, has captured the judiciary. The judiciary, clearly, is now a pawn in the party’s successionist and factionalised power politics. Goba is most likely to become the shortest serving chief public law officer 49