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Opposition Hails Peaceful Campaign

President of the Zimbabwe Rainbow Democratic Party (ZRDP) Mr Cuthbert Ncube has hailed the peaceful environment obtaining in the country, saying his party’s campaigns that are in full swing have been violence-free. He said if the situation persists, the July 30 polls would be credible and transparent. Speaking at a …

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300 Cops in Line for Promotion

About 300 Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) officers countrywide are set to be promoted by the end of this month, as the force continues to intensify its restructuring exercise. Police sources in Harare said the promotions sought to fill positions that fell vacant due to dismissals and retirement. The sources said …

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Bungled Nomination Costs MDC 90 Potential Ward Seats

THE MDC and its alliance partners have given arch-rivals Zanu PF a precious head-start in next month’s general elections after failing to field candidates in 89 council wards throughout the country. The main opposition, which has spent an agonising 19 years trying to dislodge Zanu PF, has roped in opposition …

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Zim Welcomes 5 New Ambassadors

By Tendai Mugabe Five new ambassadors presented their credentials to President Mnangagwa at State House in Harare yesterday and expressed interest to improve relations with Harare in several key areas. The diplomats were from New Zealand, Myanmar, Mauritius, Tunisia and Vietnam. First to present his credentials was Ambassador Gerrad Burrell …

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MDC Ncube Fires Deputy Spokesperson

The Professor Welshman Ncube led MDC yesterday fired its deputy spokesperson Mr Mbuso Siso for allegedly putting the party’s name in disrepute. But Mr Siso denied the allegations, telling our Bulawayo Bureau that he was fired for challenging Prof Ncube for imposing his nephew Nkanyiso Brezhnev Mathonsi as a candidate …

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MDC-T Outstrips Rivals Zanu-PF On Intra-Party Violence – ZPP

The Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) has recorded a surprise high number of intra-party political violence cases within the troubled main opposition MDC-T than in the ruling Zanu PF party. Over the years, political violence was synonymous with the Zanu PF but since the death of the MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai, …

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Zanu-PF Warns Rogue Members

By Farirai Machivenyika Zanu-PF has warned rogue party members that registered to contest the forthcoming elections as independents and are abusing President Mnangagwa’s picture and name in their campaign material. The ruling party’s secretary for Administration, Cde Obert Mpofu, yesterday said at a press conference that such elements should stop …

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First Lady Hosts Family Fun Day

By Tendai Rupapa First Lady Auxilia Mnangagwa will this Saturday host a family fun day in Mabvuku where she will be interacting with women through sport and competitions among various activities that are lined up for the day. A first for the city, the event will be held at Mabvuku …

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Chamisa admits Khupe threat, says ex-ally could snatch seats

MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa has expressed fear that the break-away MDC-T led by Thokozani Khupe could snatch some parliamentary and council seats from his party in elections slated for July 30. The MDC Alliance is made up of seven political parties — MDC-T faction led by Chamisa, PDP (Tendai …

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MDC-T outstrips rivals Zanu PF on intra-party violence: ZPP

THE Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) has recorded a surprise high number of intra-party political violence cases within the troubled main opposition MDC-T than in the ruling Zanu PF party. Over the years, political violence was synonymous with the Zanu PF but since the death of the MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai, …

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