No turning back on land reform – Mnangagwa

By Buhle Tshavango. Zimbabwe’s newly inaugurated President-designate and Zanu-PF First Secretary Cde Emerson Mnangagwa has said there will not be any reversal of the land redistribution as this will be a great betrayal to the country’s liberators. Addressing over 60 000 people attending his swearing-in ceremony , President Mnangagwa said that he is willing to serve anyone who calls Zimbabwe home, however, with regards to …

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We are ready for engagement: Mnangagwa

By Daniel Chigundu Newly appointed President of theZimbabwe Republic of Zimbabwe Emmerson Mnangagwa says his government is ready to engage with any country in the world for the good if the people of Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe suffered in the past years owing to its look east policy that resulted in the country being isolated by the much needed potential investors. In is speech at the inauguration …

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Mugabe’s ‘impeachment’ a Deborah moment

By Buhle Tshavango After a prolonged hibernation by women in politics as Zimbabwe’s political sphere witnessed a dramatic turn, female politicians finally stepped up during the albeit aborted impeachment process with a clear stance such that Mugabe’s resignation came in moments before his impeachment. Hours into the impeachment process by Parliament, Mugabe’s resignation came through, salvaging the little dignity he has left as any further …

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The Way Out Of The Zimbabwe Crisis Is Through Elections In 2018 | Kofi Annan 

By Kofi Annan  The political crisis in Zimbabwe is not yet resolved. I believe, nevertheless, that this crisis offers a unique opening for democratic renewal based on the freely expressed will of the people of Zimbabwe. They must be a full partner in the resolution of this profound crisis. The enthusiastic crowds who marched in the streets of Zimbabwe’s major cities on the weekend were …

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The Way Out Of The Zimbabwe Crisis Is Through Elections In 2018 | Kofi Annan 

By Kofi Annan  The political crisis in Zimbabwe is not yet resolved. I believe, nevertheless, that this crisis offers a unique opening for democratic renewal based on the freely expressed will of the people of Zimbabwe. They must be a full partner in the resolution of this profound crisis. The enthusiastic crowds who marched in the streets of Zimbabwe’s major cities on the weekend were …

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Protests Were Never For Mugabe To See But Here Is How They Work

By Mcpotar I often find myself debating with my peers on whether political protest can influence outcomes. Of course, many of my peers have grown up in Zimbabwe seeing multiple attempts at protests that have not yielded outcomes but instead resulted in the loss of lives or injuries. A lot of protesters in the past […]

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Life After First Ladyism: Possible Career Options For Grace Mugabe

By Simba The Comic King  Sometimes they say you just have to know when to quit…but not when you lived in the Mugabe household. The f**king house itself would have to quit before the Mugabes’ do because that’s how they rolled b**ches, f**k what you, the army, your fellow ZANU PF comrades or the house […]

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‘I dreamt stepping on Mugabe’s head’ – Masarira

By Buhle Tshavango Controversial activist Linda Masarira who is eyeing the Harare Central Constituency seat in 2018 says she was not surprised by fall of Robert Mugabe from the presidency as she had already stepped on the nonagenarian’s head in her dream. Speaking during an interview on BBC World News, the 35-year-old activist who was recently acquitted of charges of insulting the person of the …

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One murderer gone, many left – Thabitha Khumalo

Own correspondent Bulawayo East legislator Honourable Thabitha Khumalo says the resignation of President Robert Mugabe was a partial victory as he is only one of the many murderers in the ruling party Zanu PF. Reacting to Mugabe’s resignation letter which had been read by the Speaker of the National Assembly Jacob Mudenda, an ecstatic Khumalo, could be heard shouting “mhondi yaenda, yaenda mhondi, kwasara dzimwe …

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CSOs want Mnangagwa to observe human rights

By Tafadzwa Muranganwa Following the resignation of President Robert Mugabe on Tuesday human rights organisations have welcomed the move and urged the new leader to respect human rights. In a statement Amnesty International secretary general Salil Shetty said   Mugabe had an atrocious record of human rights abuse, adding that the incoming leader should bring a fresh impetus to the respect of human rights. “During 37 …

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