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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Zim dragging to implement anti fuel smuggling policies

By Nyasha N Mukapiko There are chances that duty-free fuel being imported by Sakunda Holdings intended for the Dema Diesel Power Plant could be finding its way to the black market, as the country is yet to put a fuel marking system in place. The Dema Power Plant which was built at a cost of above US$250 million, was meant to help ease electricity shortages …

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YARD to hold youth symposiums on BVR

By Staff Reporter Norton legislator Temba Mliswa is set to hold a blitz of symposiums in the country’s 10 provinces in an effort to sensitise youth on the electoral processes and the new Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) system. The symposiums will be held under the banner of Youth Advocacy for Reform and Democracy (YARD). YARD is a youth pressure group advocating for youth participation in …

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Showy acquisitions: Grace drawn back into spotlight

By Wisdom Mumera First Lady Grace Mugabe has been drawn under the spotlight again after her son Russell Goreraza imported two Rolls Royce vehicles at a cost of R70 million drawing the ire of many who feel the acquisitions are corrupt benefits. Commenting on the picture of the imported Rolls Royce on social media, Gokwe Nembudziya legislator Justice Wadyejena branded the acquisitions as being a …

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Why land continues to be a problem

By Wisdom Mumera Norton legislator Temba Mliswa says lack of political will in dealing with land problems has resulted in counter-productive scenarios which have gone on to affect the economy. Speaking at an event organised by the Zimbabwe Land Commission, the former fitness trainer-cum politician said politicians in Zanu are only pursuing selfish interest instead of driving productive agendas. “Is there political will? I see …

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Why Grace Mugabe need prayers

By Staff Reporter NORTON legislator Temba Mliswa has called on churches to spare a moment this coming Sunday and pray for first lady Grace Mugabe so that she can get delivered from anger following a debacle with a South African model Gabriella Engels. The outspoken Mliswa who was briefing the press on a number of wide-ranging issues revealed that he was once a victim of …

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Reasons why MDC-T legislators are objecting Constitutional Amendment Bill No. 1

By Staff Reporter MDC-T legislators yesterday threw everything in and outside law books in a heated attempt to pursued Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa to reconsider adoption of the topical Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment Bill No.1. So intense was the debate in the National Assembly that the House ended up adjourning debate around 7 pm. If passed into law, the Constitutional Amendment Bill No. 1 will …

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