Kunzvi Dam is priority not new Parliament: Manyenyeni

By Daniel Chigundu Harare Mayor Councillor Bernard Manyenyeni has urged the government to put on hold construction of the new Parliament of Zimbabwe and instead channel the funds towards Kunzvi Dam. Kunzvi Dam has widely been designated as the solution to the current water crisis bedevilling the City of Harare. The new Parliament building in Mount Hampden is expected to cost over US$1billion while Kunzvi …

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Zim youths declare own ‘Operation Restore Legacy’

By Watmore Makokoba After the successful ‘Operation restore legacy’ initiated by the Zimbabwe Defence Forces last month, disgruntled youth under the banner Revolutionary Freedom Fighters (RFF) have launched a campaign to preserve and guard the gains attained by the country’s liberation struggle and restore lost legacy. The youths composed of activists and aspiring politicians, some who are vying for Parliamentary seats in the coming elections …

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Zanu PF stole our policies: Sibindi

 By Watmore Makokoba People’s Democratic Union (PDU) president Christopher Bengwani Sibindi claims Zanu PF has been thriving on stealing ideas and policies from his party since 1999. Speaking at a press conference recently, Sibindi said some of the outstanding policies and programs implemented by Zanu PF were stolen from his party manifesto by Zanu PF. “Most of our policies were (copied) and implemented by Zanu …

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No need to legislate against rising prices – Mnangagwa

By Buhle Tshavango President Emmerson Mnangagwa says there is no need to put in place legislation against the current price hikes as his government is working to stabilise the economy. Speaking on the sidelines of the swearing-in ceremony of Vice President Constantino Chiwenga and Kembo Mohadi, President Mnangagwa said efforts were being made to ensure market prices return to normalcy. “We are very concerned as …

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Chiwenga, Mohadi sworn in as VPs

By Pretty Chavango Retired General Constatino Chiwenga and Defence, Security and War Veterans Minister Kembo Mohadi took the oath of office today at State House, following their subsequent appointments as Vice Presidents of Zimbabwe. The swearing in is in line with Section 14, sub-paragraph 2 of the Sixth Schedule of the constitution, which states that the President of Zimbabwe upon assuming office, must without delay …

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MDC-T warned over false entitlement to urban voters

By Wisdom Mumera MDC-T which is the biggest opposition party in Zimbabwe by support base has been castigated for harbouring a false sense of entitlement to urban voters at the expense of carrying out effective and convincing voter campaigns during elections. Members of the public are however of the opinion that this false sense of entitlement can be dangerous for the opposition in 2018 elections …

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Kembo Mohadi – what we know

 By Buhle Tshavango. Besides being newly appointed  Vice President of Zimbabwe, Kembo Dugish Campbell Mohadi is also making headlines for benefitting from a widely publicised prophecy given by Malawian Prophet Shepherd Bushiri about his ascendency. However, history records that his rise in rank has been a long time coming, owing to his contributions to the country’s liberation struggle and his seniority in the original Zapu. …

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MDC Alliance: Tsvangirai assure partners

By Daniel Chigundu MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai has assured his MDC Alliance partners that his party is still committed to the Alliance agreement which includes seat allocation. Tsvangirai’s reassurance comes in the wake of a report that MDC-T was conducting candidate selection in all 210 Parliamentary seats and local authority against the spirit of the alliance which agreed to share the same seats. In a …

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No need to gang up against Zanu PF: PDU

By Daniel Chigundu People’s Democratic Union (PDU) says there is no need for opposition parties to gang up against Zanu PF, adding that what is needed only are good policies and good leadership. A coalition of opposition parties is widely believed to have been the missing link that was needed to defeat Zanu PF which has ruled the country for an uninterrupted 37 years. In …

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Breaking : Chiwenga, Mohadi new VP’s

By Buhle Tshavango. The President and first secretary of the ruling ZANU-PF party Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa has appointed retired general Constantino Dominic Guvheya Nyikadzino Chiwenga and Cde Kembo Mohadi as Vice Presidents and second secretaries of ZANU PF with immediate effect. In a press statement just released by the Presidential press secretary George Charamba, the two senior appointments have filled the remaining vacancies in the …

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