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‘I would not recommend coup conspirator Mnangagwa’

Presidential aspirant Daniel Shumba of the United Democratic Alliance has rubbished the new Zanu PF government led by President Emmerson Mnangagwa, saying it cannot be valorised and termed “a new dispensation”. By VENERANDA LANGA Shumba, an ex-Zanu PF legislator, said his former party was still the same Zanu PF, albeit …

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ZEC Clueless On Ballot Paper Printing

The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) says it does not have an idea on when ballot papers for the July 30 harmonized elections will be printed saying they await a go ahead from the Multi-Party Liaison Committee (MPLC). ZEC Chairperson, Justice Priscilla Chigumba told the media in Harare today that her …

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Herbal firm approaches court to stop demos

A HARARE-BASED herbal products distributor, 1202 Herbal Solutions (Pvt) Ltd, has petitioned the High Court seeking an order to block a planned demonstration by some of its fired employees. BY CHARLES LAITON The company’s secretary-general, Andrew Zimunya, claimed that hundreds of former employees had picketed at the firm’s offices, protesting …

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Chamisa Says Has Uncovered Khupe, ZEC, Zanu-PF Rigging Plot

By Staff Reporter MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa has sensationally claimed the existence of an axis of evil involving the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) Zanu PF and his former colleague turned rival Thokozani Khupe. Khupe, who now leads a faction of the MDC-T, is one of 23 presidential candidates …

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Mutare goes dry after major pipe burst

MOST Mutare residents experienced a dry weekend following a major pipe burst along Christmas Pass, with the local authority saying they were working round-the-clock to restore normal water supplies. BY KENNETH NYANGANI/ STEPHEN CHADENGA Council spokesperson Spren Mutiwi yesterday urged residents to use water sparingly, as the problem was being …

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Mnangagwa bombing claims two lives

Two of the victims of the White City bombing has succumbed to injuries and the death has been confirmed by the Health and Child Care Minister, David Parirenyatwa. Online Reporter President Emmerson Mnangagwa and senior government officials survived the bombing at the Zanu PF rally last Saturday. The police recently …

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Nare explains NPRC role in 2018 elections, its future

NATIONAL Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) chairperson Retired Justice Selo Masole Nare says currently, his commission’s number one priority is ensuring that there is peace during the elections period. By VENERANDA LANGA Thereafter, Nare says his commission will be seized with dealing with issues of national healing relating to the Gukurahundi period, …

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Mine compels Zesa to disconnect power

A CHINHOYI-BASED gold mine, Eldorado Mine recently successfully obtained a court order compelling the Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distributing Company (ZEDTC) to disconnect power supply to its premises following an invasion by artisanal miners. BY CHARLES LAITON Although it is out of the ordinary that a company would seek such …

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