Who is New in Parliament: Mary Thandiwe Mliswa| Hurungwe West| Zanu PF|

By Wisdom Mumera Hurungwe West legislator Mary Thandiwe Mliswa is more famous as Temba Mliswa’s sister than as her own person. Politically she has perennially been in the shadow of the Norton legislator who has been in the trade longer. Mary who is also Minister of State for Mashonaland West, however, draws her political inspiration …

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Who is New in Parliament: Mary Thandiwe Mliswa| Hurungwe West| Zanu PF|

By Wisdom Mumera Hurungwe West legislator Mary Thandiwe Mliswa is more famous as Temba Mliswa’s sister than as her own person. Politically she has perennially been in the shadow of the Norton legislator who has been in the trade longer. Mary who is also Minister of State for Mashonaland West, however, draws her political inspiration …

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All eyes on the Mines Committee

By Daniel Chigundu As Parliamentary Portfolio Committee and Thematic meetings begin this week, all eyes will be on the Mines and Mining Development Committee which stole the limelight in the 8th Parliament. The committee which was arguably the best performing by any stretch or standard of measure already has the Mines Bill on its plate. …

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All eyes on the Mines Committee

By Daniel Chigundu As Parliamentary Portfolio Committee and Thematic meetings begin this week, all eyes will be on the Mines and Mining Development Committee which stole the limelight in the 8th Parliament. The committee which was arguably the best performing by any stretch or standard of measure already has the Mines Bill on its plate. …

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Mliswa promises opponents a run for their money for Norton

Wisdom Mumera Member of Parliament for Norton Temba Mliswa is organising an aggressive campaign blitz to ensure he returns the Norton parliamentary seat as the clocks ticks towards the 30 July harmonised elections. The plan, according to the legislator, will see a multi-pronged Ward based campaign in the coming weeks that will see over 30 […]

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Norton political strife turns nasty as Chief Chivero Expels Partisan Headmen

By Wisdom Mumera Its game on in  Norton! The political battle in Norton between incumbent MP Temba Mliswa and Special Advisor to the President Chris Mutsvangwa has spilt into the traditional arena with Chief Chivero expelling two headmen for partisan conduct. The Chief accuses Headman Sibiya and Headman Mavhangira of undermining his authority and assaulting […]

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Norton Political Battle Turns Grisly?

BY Kalabash Contributor The small town of Norton, caught in the heat of a frenetic political battle between incumbent MP Temba Mliswa and aspiring Chris Mutsvangwa has been enveloped in a dark cloud after the discovery of a dead woman’s body along Zvimba road on Saturday. The late Laiza Marimo was found dead with one […]

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Parliament seeks to charge Obert Mpofu

By Daniel Chigundu Portfolio Committee on Mines and Energy is expected to table a report in the National Assembly next week seeking authority to charge Minister of Home Affairs Obert Mpofu with contempt of Parliament for failing to appear before the committee. Minister Mpofu who was in charge of the mining portfolio when the country reportedly lost about US$15 billion worth of diamond revenue refused …

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Parliament seeks to charge Obert Mpofu

By Daniel Chigundu Portfolio Committee on Mines and Energy is expected to table a report in the National Assembly next week seeking authority to charge Minister of Home Affairs Obert Mpofu with contempt of Parliament for failing to appear before the committee. Minister Mpofu who was in charge of the mining portfolio when the country reportedly lost about US$15 billion worth of diamond revenue refused …

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Politburo to review rigged primary elections: ED

By Daniel Chigundu President Emmerson Mnangagwa says the Zanu Politburo is going to meet tomorrow (Saturday 5 May 2018) to review challenges encountered during the just ended primary elections which saw some party bigwigs falling by the wayside. Zanu PF held its primary elections from 29 April to 3rd of May this year, but the internal polls were marred by complaints of irregularities that include …

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