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Zimbabwe opposition leader says time for “new hands” to lead

HARARE (Reuters) – Zimbabwe’s main opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC)leader Morgan Tsvangirai said on Monday it was time for the older generation to step back and allow “new hands” to lead, raising prospects of leadership change in the party. Morgan Tsvangirai, leader of the opposition party Movement for Democratic …

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Zimbabwe’s Agriculture Minister Perrance Shiri reposesses Mugabe’s 14 farms leaving him with only one farm

Harare – Zimbabwe’s Agriculture Minister Perrance Shiri has reportedly ordered an audit of former president Robert Mugabe‘s “multiple farms”, with a view to redistributing all but one of the farms. According to NewsDay, the move was in line with the country’s one farm per family policy. “Minister Shiri has ordered, through our …

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Mnangagwa’s government is ill-treating my uncle, Mugabe’s nephew claims

Former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe’s nephew Patrick Zhuwao has reportedly claimed that his uncle is being “ill-treated” by President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government. According to the privately owned Daily News, Zhuwao said this during an interview with Voice of America (VOA).  “They are ill-treating the old man, they went to prophets …

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Zimbabwe Opposition Leader Tsvangirai to Resign from MDC

Zimbabwe Opposition Leader Tsvangirai Hints at Resignation By Brian Latham(Bloomberg) — “I am looking at the imminent prospects of us, as the older generation, leaving the levers of leadership to allow the younger generation to take forward this huge task we started together so many years ago with our full blessing …

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My open letter to my President: Emmerson Mnangagwa

My open letter to my President: Emmerson Mnangagwa that I intend to hand to him in his meeting with Zimbabwean businessmen in South Africa today. The television, media, marketing and communication space is an arena where we mould minds, perceptions and cognition to ignite people’s reality and understanding of the …

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#Zimbabwe Court Drops Subversion Case Against American

Harare — A court in Zimbabwe set aside charges against a U.S. citizen accusing her of subversion and undermining the authority of former President Robert Mugabe. The court acted after prosecutors failed to provide her a trial date. “No comment right now, guys. Thank you.” That is all Martha O’Donovan …

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