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Recuse Yourself, Kasukuwere Told

Photo: The Herald Zanu-PF political Commissar and Local Government minister, Saviour Kasukuwere. Zanu-PF political commissar Cde Saviour Kasukuwere should not attend meetings called by the Department of the Commissariat with provincial chairpersons to avoid disrupting programmes in provinces that rejected him, the revolutionary party’s provincial leaders said yesterday. Their comments …

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The Ian Smith Myth and Other Fallacies

Photo: The Herald The member of Pioneer Column raising the flag The Union Jack in Salisbury in 1890. OPINIONBy Simon Massey There are many fallacies associated with the history of Zimbabwe. Let’s start with one of the oldest. Rhodesia was not built on an empty veld. The fallacy that the …

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ZRP Detectives Rob Mozambican Man of U.S.$2 000 Dagga At Gunpoint

Chipinge — Three police detectives who robbed a Mozambican national of his $1, 900 and two 90 kilogramme sacks of mbanje at gunpoint appeared before a magistrate facing criminal abuse of office and robbery charges. Detective constables Kusi, Gonamombe and Marichi pleaded not guilty when they appeared before magistrate Noah …

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Chiyangwa Denies Denigrating Mzembi

Photo: The standard Cosafa president Phillip Chiyangwa. Zifa and cosafa president Dr Phillip Chiyangwa has said images circulating on social media of him denigrating Tourism and Hospitality Industry Minister Dr Walter Mzembi are fake, malicious and designed to injure their personalities. Dr Mzembi recently narrowly lost elections in the race …

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Dual Citizenship – Let’s Choose Progress

Photo: Masixole Feni A Zimbabwean passport. COLUMNBy Nick Mangwana President Mugabe has said that Zimbabwe is the second most developed country in Africa. He actually did not say that; it was the continent’s second biggest economy. Of course, we all know that Nigeria and South Africa have to tussle to …

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Coalition Not a High School Reunion, Mafume Says to MDC-T

Photo: New Zimbabwe MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai. People’s Democratic Party (PDP) spokesperson, Jacob Mafume has urged the MDC-T to abandon the narrow view that a grand coalition should comprise former MDC allies who went separate ways after the main opposition’s formation 1999. Mafume has also revealed PDP leader Tendai Biti …

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‘Broke’ MDC-T Fails to Pay Its Workers

Photo: The Herald Zimbabwe Morgan Tsvangirai leader of MDC -T, biggest opposition party in Zimbabwe (file photo). The MDC-T leadership has admitted that it is failing to pay about 110 employees after foreign donors dumped the party, which is now looking up to Government for salvation. The party, which claims …

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Charamba’s Wife Dies, Mourned

Photo: The Herald George Charamba. By Tendai Mugabe Zimbabweans have joined the Charamba family in mourning the wife of Presidential spokesperson and Information, Media and Broadcasting Services permanent secretary Mr George Charamba, Idaishe Olivia Chengu, who died yesterday. Mrs Charamba (45), a lawyer, died at Westend Hospital yesterday mid-morning after …

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