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Most Zimbabweans have no faith in POLAD: Survey

POLAD was set up by President Emmerson Mnangagwa soon after winning the 2018 presidential elections, with critics describing it as a ‘platform of losers,’ as it consists of Zanu PF and fringe political parties who performed dismally in the last polls. Mnangagwa’s main rival, Nelson Chamisa snubbed the platform insisting...
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Esidakeni farm row heads to the High Court

This is contained in an affidavit by Zephaniah Dlamini one of the directors of the farm. His other business partners are Open Society of Southern Africa (OSISA) director Siphosami Malunga and Charles Moyo. The trio through Webb, Low and Barry as well as Ben Baron and Partners on Monday approachedthe...
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Matabeleland South education director, Tsholotsho chief succumb to Covid

GWANDA – Matabeleland South acting provincial education director Lifias Masukume and Jabulani Jiyane, the heir apparent to Mahlathini chieftaincy in Tsholotsho, have become the latest high-profile people to succumb to Covid-19. Jiyane, who was acting chief following the death of his father in 2018, died at Tsholotsho Hospital in the early hours of July 23, according to Tsholotsho district development coordinator Aaron Gono.
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Zimbabwe plays vaccine politics, rejects Western vaccines

HARARE – Zimbabwe, facing a wave of new Covid-19 infections and a slow vaccination campaign, will only accept Chinese, Indian and Russian vaccines under the global vaccine distribution scheme COVAX, a spokesman for President Emmerson Mnangagwa said on Monday. In June, Zimbabwe turned down an invitation to draw down on...
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Matabeleland South minister Abednico Ncube battles Covid-19

GWANDA – Matabeleland South Provincial Affairs Minister Abednico Ncube and several top civil servants in the province have gone into isolation after testing positive for Covid-19. Ncube was conspicuous by his absence at the burial of the late Rabelani Choeni, the party’s provincial chairman who succumbed to Covid-19 related complications at his Beitbridge home last Friday.
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Leave us out of your mini skirts drama- MDC-Alliance tells ZANU-PF

Zimbabwe’s main opposition party, Movement for Democratic Change-Alliance (MDC-Alliance) has implored ZANU-PF not to drag it into the ruling party’s own disjointed communication styles and strange policies. This comes after ZANU PF denied its reported plans to ban women from wearing mini-skirts and trousers in public places, accusing MDC Alliance...
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Mortgaging the Future in Return for Power: Zimbabwe’s Natural Resources and the 2018 Election

SUMMARY: Elections in Zimbabwe have become very expensive for both political parties and individuals to run, thus campaigns are more and more funded by money from external donors. The situation is worsened by the current economic environment where very few Zimbabweans have disposable income from which they can set aside a fraction to finance political parties of their choice.
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Zanu PF Speaks On Banning Mini Skirts, Trousers For Zimbabwe Women

Zanu PF Speaks On Banning Mini Skirts & Trousers For Women In Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe’s ruling party, Zanu PF has spoken out following claims that it was lobbying for the banning of mini skirts and trousers for women. The ruling party distanced itself from the claims which it denounced as fake...
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Mnangagwa in army boss appointment clash with Chiwenga

The ZNA top post is vacant following the death of Lieutenant-General Edzai Chimonyo who succumbed to a heart ailment on 8 July. Military sources told The NewsHawks this week that the issue is looming large in the corridors of power amid resurgent infighting between the two leaders. “This is a...
Electionszwnews.com

DEVELOPING: Former deputy mayor joins race for Kwekwe Central seat

The battle for the control of Kwekwe Central Constituency continues to tighten after two more aspirants, who include former deputy mayor John Mapurazi, expressed interest in contesting the impending by-elections on a Zanu PF ticket. Zwnews understands that Mapurazi and Gladys Chimudzeka last week submitted their CVs to the ruling...
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Deputy minister Tino Machakaire shells out $770k on Rolls Royce

HARARE – Deputy sports minister Tinomudaishe Machakaire has splashed US$770,000 on a Rolls Royce Phantom – the latest illustration of the gulf between Zimbabwe’s poor and super rich political elites. The 39-year-old paid GVE London £330,000 for the luxury car and £30,000 for shipping – about US$495,800 in total, ZimLive...
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Zimbabweans don’t hate rich people, but hate how corrupt, politically connected persons like Kuda Tagwirei amass wealth- Chin’ono tells Nick Mangwana

Renowned investigative journalist Hopewell Chin’ono has taken a swipe at Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Information Publicity and Broadcasting Services Nick Mangwana for defending corruption accused deputy Minister Tino Machakaire who reportedly just bought a vehicle worth over US$700 000. Mangwana blasted Zimbabweans saying they hate rich people, all...
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Mnangagwa, Chiwenga clash over late ZNA Commander Edzai Chimonyo’s replacement- report

President Emmerson Mnangagwa and Vice-President Constantino Chiwenga are on a new collision course over the appointment of the next Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) commander, with retired Lieutenant-General Engelbert Rugeje at the centre of the row and renewed power struggle. The ZNA top post is vacant following the death of Lieutenant-General...
Congress & Courtszwnews.com

Judgment reserved in CJ Luke Malaba’s incumbency case

The Constitutional Court has reserved its judgment in the matter of Chief Justice Luke Malaba’s incumbency. Meanwhile, after the previous hearing, lawyers for rights lawyer Musa Kika notified Constitutional Court they were not going to file papers or appear in court regarding the matter Friday. They said this is after...
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Zimbabwe: Zanu PF unfazed by Rwanda’s military deployment In Moza

The Zanu PF government says is not concerned by the deployment of Rwanda armed forces to Mozambique’s troubled Cabo Delgado region. Last week, Rwanda President Paul Kagame deployed a 1 000 strong armed force to assist Mozambican troops in that country’s war-torn northern province. poster. The deployment was made at...
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