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Decision Day…All eyes on the Constitutional Court Bench

Herald Reporter The Constitutional Court (Concourt) is today expected to deliver judgment on the election petition by MDC-Alliance leader Mr Nelson Chamisa contesting President Mnangagwa’s victory in the July 30 harmonised elections. The petition hearing is the first to be streamed live from the courtroom in the history of the …

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Nation urged to abide by Court determination

Felex Share Senior Reporter Government yesterday commended Zimbabweans for maintaining peace and tranquillity during and after the election petition hearing at the Constitutional Court (Concourt) on Wednesday, saying the momentum should be maintained even after today’s ruling by the Apex Court. The Concourt today delivers its judgment on an election …

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Trump rapped over SA land reform rant

Felex Share Senior Reporter South Africa’s land reform is long overdue and attempts by United States President Mr Donald Trump to muddy the programme is clear testimony of his administration’s contempt of the black man’s self-determination, political analysts said yesterday. Mr Trump drew brickbats from the region after he said …

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Command Livestock for all: VP

Zvamaida Murwira recently in Chakari Command Livestock recently unveiled in Matabeleland North Province will soon spread across the country as the Government seeks to rebuild the economy, Vice President Constantino Chiwenga has said. He said Government will identify land for Command Livestock production. VP Chiwenga said this on Tuesday during …

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Paul Mkondo’s Forgotten Book

By Beaven Tapureta It is a hurting truth in literature circles that sometimes a writer’s death marks the end of his or her writing legacy being remembered and promoted. The world of readers lose so much when the deceased writer leaves a debut or multiple manuscripts unpublished in the hands …

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Biti Case – Ruling Set for Next Thursday

By Tendai Rupapa Harare magistrate Mr Francis Mapfumo is next Thursday expected to rule on whether or not one of the MDC-Alliance principals Tendai Biti’s arrest and appearance in court were lawful. Biti, who is facing charges of inciting violence and contravening the Electoral Act, is challenging the jurisdiction of …

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Churches Urge People to Accept Concourt Verdict

By Nyemudzai Kakore Churches yesterday urged Zimbabweans to respect the ruling that will be pronounced by the Constitutional Court in a petition MDC-Alliance leader Mr Nelson Chamisa is challenging President Mnangagwa’s win in the July 30 harmonised elections. The Constitutional Court hears the petition today. President Mnangagwa polled 50,8 percent …

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Strip Mugabe of Airport Honour, Say War Veterans

By Farirai Machivenyika The Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association (ZNLWVA)wants Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport renamed, saying the former president was no longer fit to have the airport named after him. The war veterans are today expected to hand in the petition to Government over the matter. The airport …

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We’ll Deliver on Poll Promises – VP

By Walter Nyamukondiwa Banket — Vice President Constantino Chiwenga yesterday said Zanu-PF will work tirelessly and make sure the Second Republic shines like a diamond by delivering on its election promises. He also revealed that Government was considering subsidising inputs and was working with the private sector to ensure this …

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Sanyatwe Unfazed By MDC-A Sour Grapes

By Nyore Madzianike Newly-elected National Assembly member for Nyanga North Cde Chido Sanyatwe of Zanu-PF has dismissed allegations of rigging levelled against her by the MDC-Alliance and its plans to contest her victory as futile. She said the allegations will not distract her from her efforts to work hard for …

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