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Zimbabwe Emmerson Mnangagwa Swears In His Cabinet Ministers

Mnangagwa Swears In His Cabinet Ministers By Isaac Kaledzi The President of Zimbabwe Emmerson Mnangagwa on Monday swore in his new cabinet amid criticisms from some Zimbabweans. The new President however defended his set of cabinet ministers which had key military officers in top positions. The top generals occupying positions within …

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Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa Wanted Opposition Ministers, Says Mutsvangwa

NTERVIEWBy Obey Manayiti President Emmerson Mnangagwa picked War Veterans leader Christopher Mutsvangwa as Information minister before hastily dropping his name after realising that the law only allowed him to appoint five non-constituency MPs into his Cabinet. Mnangagwa dropped Primary and Secondary Education minister Lazarus Dokora yesterday. He also re-assigned Mutsvangwa and two …

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Grace Mugabe Took US$3,5 Million (every single foreign trip) from Government To Go Shopping And Took Other Millions To Purchase A Whole House In South Africa Using Taxpayer Money

Grace Mugabe Took $3,5 Million (single foreign trip) from Govt To Go Shopping And Took Other Millions To Purchase A Whole House In South Africa Using Taxpayer Money Source: Grace Mugabe Took $3,5 Million (single foreign trip) from Govt To Go Shopping And Took Other Millions To Purchase A Whole House …

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Mnangagwa, Moyo and Shiri involved in DRC plunder – UN report

Mnangagwa, Moyo and Shiri involved in DRC plunder – UN report Not much is known about Major General Sibusiso Moyo, Zimbabwe’s new minister of Foreign Affairs. A Google search reveals that he was mentioned in a 2011 report by Crisis Coalition in Zimbabwe entitled “The military factor in Zimbabwe’s political …

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US$5 billion siphoned out of Zimbabwe

AN advisor to government on the Ease of Doing Business, Ashok Chakravarti, has called for an investigation into the externalisation of funds, as it has emerged that US$5 billion could have been siphoned out of the country since dollarisation in 2009. Speaking at the Special Policy Dialogue Forum on the …

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Murky deals haunt former #Zimbabwe finance minister Ignatius Chomb

Murky deals haunt Chombo   FORMER finance minister Ignatius Chombo, currently in remand prison and facing a litany of corruption charges, is reportedly under investigation over the unprocedural construction of a business complex which accommodates CBZ Bank in Pomona, the Airport Road scandal and corruption involving land among other allegations, …

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Zimbabwe: Mugabe’s Family in Disarray After Ouster

By Bernard Mpofu and Elias Mambo Harare — FOLLOWING the recent military intervention which brought to a dramatic end former president Robert Mugabe’s 37-year-old rule, his family is now scattered across different countries, while their multi-million dollar businesses and deals face collapse. The Mugabe family has a multi-million-dollar empire built …

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