CBD skirmishes: Gomwe distances self

By Watmore Makokoba Zanu PF Harare Province Youth Chairman Godwin Gomwe has distanced himself from violent skirmishes that happened in the Central Business District yesterday afternoon and has instead blamed MDC youths. In a statement, Gomwe said he was neither involved nor associated with the MDC Headquarters violent disturbances, whether directly or indirectly. “I had no knowledge of the disturbances both during and in the …

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The birth & growth of a cartel in the ICT sector in Zimbabwe | #NetOneGate

By Reward Kangai 28 December 2017 His Excellency Cde. E.D.Mnangagwa, President of the Republic of Zimbabwe Introduction: Mid – December 2014, saw the appointment of Hon. Supa Mandiwanzira as the Minister of Information Communication Technologies, Postal & Courier Services, replacing Hon. Webster K. Shamu. This event marked the birth of a cartel in the ICT sector in Zimbabwe as will be fully explained below. NetOne ‘re-structuring …

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Mthwakazi brutal arrests: Crisis Coalition condemns military involvement

By Buhle Tshavango Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) has castigated the Zimbabwe army’s involvement in the brutal beating and arrest of Mthwakazi Republic Party (MRP) youths who were demonstrating against President Emmerson Mnangagwa. MRP youths were demanding that President Mnangagwa should come clean on his role in the Gukurahundi massacre that claimed the lives of about 20 000 alleged Ndebele people in the early 80s. …

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Govt wants Harare to be a model city

By Daniel Chigundu The government has urged Harare City Council to ensure restoration of service provision and a return to law and order so that it becomes a model city in the country. Harare City Council has been struggling with service provision since dollarisation in February 2009 and the subsequent writing off about US$335 million outstanding water bills by the government towards 2013 elections. Water …

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