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Mash East war vets join Mutsvangwa ouster calls

Elita Chikwati Senior Reporter War Veterans in Mashonaland East Province have joined their Mashonaland West counterparts’ quest to recall Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association (ZNLWVA) chairman Cde Christopher Mutsvangwa on allegations of sowing divisions and undermining their patron, President Mnangagwa. Cde Mutsvangwa also stands accused of alienating himself from …

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MDC-a Slated for Violence

By Tendai Mugabe Disturbances that led to the death of six people and damage to property on August 1 could have been avoided if MDC-Alliance had allowed the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) to announce Presidential results as enshrined in the law without hindrance, the commission’s chairperson Justice Priscilla Chigumba has …

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Major Dam Levels Drop, Livestock in Distress

By Elita Chikwati Major dams’ water levels have declined to an average of 70 percent, as the condition of livestock in the southern parts of the country has started deteriorating due to high temperatures and the shortage of pastures. There has been a steady decline in dam levels as a …

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Editorial Comment – Zimbabwe Is Truly Open for Business

There is a breath of fresh air in Zimbabwe and investors are enjoying it. Now that the stink is no longer there, everyone wants to be friends with us. It’s like Zimbabwe has just returned from the wilderness of isolation with wisdom to share after deep soul searching. This week …

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We Have Hit the Ground Running

By Pupurai Togarepi Recently we were in Mutoko, a beautiful land with beautiful people. It was all square and yet another platform to deliver on the pledges we made towards the watershed elections where the people’s mandate was deservedly given to President Emmerson Mnangagwa. In Mutoko, just like all places …

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