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June 19, 2018 3:40 PM Grace Mugabe fired me: Mnangagwa

Preisdent Emmerson Mnangagwa has said he was sacked as the country’s vice president last year by Grace Mugabe, using her influence on former president Robert Mugabe, whom he said was no longer in a position to lead the country. Mnangagwa revealed this in a High Court application in which he challenged and sought nullification of his sacking from government 1

June 19, 2018 3:16 PM ‘We condemn the shifting of positions by ZEC’

The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission has consistently refused to avail the electronic copy of the voters’ roll to the MDC Alliance, in particular, our Presidential Candidate Advocate Nelson Chamisa despite persistent requests. It has come to our attention that despite Justice Priscilla Chigumba’s claims that presidential candidates are a priority, independent 1

June 19, 2018 3:01 PM Zimbabwe is open for rubbish: Finance Minister officially opens three rubbish bins in Rusape

Zimbabwean politics plunged to a new low when Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa officially commissioned three rubbish bins (skips) in Rusape. It follows a worrying trend of senior government officials trying to hog the limelight by presiding over every single event, even those that can be done by their juniors. Earlier the Minister had also officially 1

June 19, 2018 11:40 AM Scotland ropes in Streak for tri-series

Scotland have drafted in former Zimbabwe captain Heath Streak as a consultant for the remainder of their Twenty20 tri-series in the Netherlands. Streak, who took over 450 international wickets across Test and one-day cricket, accepted an invite from Scotland head coach Grant Bradburn. Scotland lost their opener against Ireland before a dramatic tie in Sunday’s 1

June 18, 2018 4:19 PM Khupe fields more than 100 MP candidates

MDC-T led by Thokozani Khupe said while they are still tabulating their national figures, they have, however, fielded parliamentary and local government candidates in all the 10 provinces of Zimbabwe. “I am pretty sure we will have more than 110 National Assembly candidates and around 1 000 local government candidates. We are certainly on a roll and you can be assured 18

June 18, 2018 3:29 PM Cop in trouble over bribe

A Harare cop is in trouble after his bid to evade jail for accepting a bribe hit a brick wall, following the dismissal of his High Court appeal in which he challenged the conviction. Taurai Khauyeza had approached the High Court, appealing against a ruling by a Zimbabwe Republic Police trial officer, who found him guilty for accepting a bribe, before 18

June 17, 2018 7:14 PM Shoko Fest moves to the ghetto

Organisers of the annual urban culture fiesta, Shoko Festival, will this year make Peace in the Hood their main event following a slump in attendance at most of last year’s scheduled events at the Zimbabwe Museum of Human Sciences grounds. This will be the first time in the festival’s existence to take the main event, which usual features a foreign hip-hop 14

June 17, 2018 3:00 AM MultiChoice Zim brings World Cup cheer to St Joseph’s

MULTICHOICE Zimbabwe on Thursday brought smiles to St Joseph’s Home for Boys in the capital after they donated decoders and provided full installation for the home to facilitate the broadcast of the ongoing 2018 FIFA World Cup soccer tournament in Russia. For a month it is going to be a feast of football to its fanatics and the boys at St Joseph’s Home will not be left out from following 19

June 16, 2018 3:48 PM Billiat not rushing decision

Mamelodi Sundowns’ attacking midfielder Khama Billiat says he will not rush into making a decision about his future because he needs to weigh all options available to him. Billiat’s contract with the Brazilians will run out at the end of June, but head coach Pitso Mosimane remains intent on keeping his prized asset. It has been reported that Soweto giants 19

June 14, 2018 4:18 PM Ex-Delta workers picket firm’s HQ

Former Delta Corporation Limited (Delta) workers have picketed the company’s headquarters demanding pension payouts. Delta said it has no responsibility to pay pension payouts to its rioting former employees since its pension scheme had a different administrator. The company also said the workers were wrong in demanding to be given dividend arising from a share 29