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May 15, 2018 5:36 PM Zanu PF supporters stage demo in Kadoma

Supporters of Zanu PF losing candidates in Kadoma constituency on Saturday took to the streets to vent their frustration against what they termed rampant vote rigging in the party’s primary elections. This comes as the ruling Zanu PF party’s provincial structures are up in flames, rebelling against primary polls results. Sitting Member of Parliament 35

May 6, 2018 4:57 AM Obadiah Musindo dishes out cars

DESTINY of Africa Network (DAnet) says it has secured funding to roll out a car loan scheme for pastors and their wives, a move aimed at attracting votes for Zanu PF ahead of the watershed polls mid-year. DAnet founder and Zanu PF-aligned cleric, Obadiah Musindo, said his organisation was targeting to parcel out more than 100 vehicles to church leaders 33

May 5, 2018 8:49 PM MDC-Khupe official wins Zanu PF primaries

An MDC candidate for the Thokozani Khupe-led splinter group in the forthcoming elections has won the Zanu PF primary elections. Tavengwa Mukuhlani, the under-fire Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) chairperson initially printed posters for the 2018 parliamentary elections standing on an MDC-Khupe ticket for Mhondoro-Ngezi, but curiously chose to run in Zanu PF primary 29

May 5, 2018 8:36 PM Mutsvangwa blames Mliswa for Norton defeat

President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s advisor Chris Mutsvangwa has blamed Temba Mliswa for his Zanu PF primary election loss in Norton. Mutsvangwa, who was hammered by Langton Mutendereki, alleged Mliswa wanted a weak candidate which he can defeat in the National Assembly polls and also alleged he bribed police details, who were returning officers. “The elections 29

April 19, 2018 8:40 AM Mutasa loses debt case

People First top official Mr Didymus Mutasa’s bid to save his property from auctioning over debt, has hit a snag after the High Court threw out his application for rescission of judgment. Mr Mutasa had his vehicles and household property attached last year over failure to pay legal fees to the tune of $26 900. Mr Mutasa, the former Zanu-PF secretary 23

April 7, 2018 2:22 AM Chombo, Chipanga back in court

The duo, who appeared before Harare magistrate Ms Tilda Mazhande, was remanded to May 10. Chombo’s trial date could not be set as his docket is still pending at the Prosecutor-General’s Office. The former senior Zanu-PF official is facing abuse of office charges from his time as Minister of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing. It is the State’s 20

April 6, 2018 5:56 AM ‘Civil servants not allowed to contest for political office’

No government employee must contest for political office or assume any position in a political party before resigning from the civil service as that is unconstitutional, Zanu-PF’s secretary for legal affairs Paul Mangwana has said. Speaking to journalists on the sidelines of an exercise to vet Zanu-PF aspiring candidates at Victoria Junior in Masvingo 22

April 4, 2018 7:43 AM Minister unscathed in car crash

The Minister of State for Midlands Provincial Affairs, Owen Ncube, escaped unhurt when his BMW vehicle was involved in an accident between Gokwe and Kwekwe on Monday afternoon.Minister Ncube was driving from his Gokwe-Kana constituency on his way to submit his Curriculum Vitae for the Zanu-PF party primary elections when the accident occurred. The Minister 23

April 1, 2018 5:17 PM Mnangagwa continues to peddle falsehoods on foreign land – why can’t he tell Chiefs and Headmen to stop intimidating the electorate

“Civil society, who come with an agenda, especially in the area of elections, they assemble a team of what they call experts coming from various countries and come and say we want to teach your people about voter education, they then come with gifts like beans and when you open the beans you find a paper inside which tells you whom to vote for. Such type of civil 18

March 25, 2018 12:13 PM Zim could earn $200m/yr if it adopts Rand, claims Minister

Zim could earn $200m/yr if it adopts Rand, claims Minister VICTORIA FALLS: Finance deputy minister Terrence Mukupe has said Zimbabwe is losing a potential $200 million per annum which it can earn if it joins the Common Monetary Union and adopt the South African rand. Zimbabwe adopted a multi-currency system in 2009 but the US dollar resultantly overrode 33