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Britain Should Start Sleeping Better At Night

By Tichaona Zindoga A significant historical and geopolitical question is quickly resolving itself in Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe and its former colonial master, Britain, are finding each other — and there actually is a lot of positive moves being instituted by the latter. It appears keen to turn a page. We know …

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ED will win elections: Vapostori

BY KENNETH NYANGANI Addressing thousands of party supporters at St Noah College in Mafararikwa in Marange, Mnangagwa said he has already been invited to officially open a state-of-the-art stadium in two years’ in his capacity as the winning candidate in the elections. “You said I will come here (Marange) in …

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Chief Ndiweni’s widow petitions ED over stolen cattle

BY SILAS NKALA She claimed the beasts were stolen from the late Ndebele paramount chief’s Ntabazinduna Farm during the chaotic land reform programme sanctioned by former President Robert Mugabe in the early 2000s. Early this month, Masuku-Ndiweni, through lawyers from Mathonsi Ncube Law Chambers, wrote to Mnangagwa demanding restitution of …

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Zanu PF disowns ‘reckless’ Mukupe utterances

BY BLESSED MHLANGA Mukupe, who is Zanu PF parliamentary candidate for Harare East, made the remarks at a campaign meeting in the constituency on Monday. In a statement, acting Information minister Simon Khaya Moyo said Mukupe’s statement was unconstitutional and contemptuous of President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s office. “Apart of being unconstitutional …

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Killer T, XQ to Headline Miss Zim USA Pageant

Popular  Zimdancehall artist, Killer T, real name Kelvin Kusikwenyu and Urban Grooves star, Enock Munhenga, popularly known as XQ, will headline this year’s Miss Zimbabwe USA pageant. The event is set for this Saturday at the UMASS Campus in Boston to coincide with the Memorial Day weekend, organisers of the …

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Minister Mpofu Welcomes Kasukuwere, Demurs On Prosecution

Home Affairs Minister Obert Mpofu says his former cabinet colleague Saviour Kasukuwere was welcome back home and has allayed speculation the government harboured plans to pursue vendettas against his once bitter Zanu PF rival. “He has come back home. He is a Zimbabwean. So, what could be his fate other …

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Key Constitutional Provisions Still Not Implemented 5 Years On

As Zimbabwe marks five years after the adoption of the current constitution, a number of important provisions remain unimplemented, raising fears the harmonized elections set for later this year will not be free and fair, a local rights lobby group has said. “Five years after the coming into effect of …

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Food Shortages Hit Mt Darwin Villagers

Villagers of Nembire area in Mt Darwin West are facing a critical shortage of food due to the erratic rains that affected the area this farming season. Most of the affected villagers, particularly those in Ward 7, have resorted to scavenging for food left over by school children at St …

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Matanga Pledges to Fight Corruption

Police Commissioner-General Godwin Matanga yesterday rallied the Zimbabwe Republic Police to come up with new strategies in the fight against corruption and complement Government efforts to end all forms of graft. He said President Mnangagwa had commissioned anti-corruption courts to specifically deal with corruption. “I note with profound gratitude the …

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No More Politics, Says Kasukuwere

Former Zanu-PF national political commissar and G40 kingpin Mr Saviour Kasukuwere returned home yesterday after spending six months and six days in self-imposed exile. He fled the country last November alongside other G40 cabalists, Professor Jonathan Moyo and Mr Patrick Zhuwao, who remain in exile. Mr Kasukuwere, who was aboard …

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