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Khupe to sue Chamisa over campaign money

BY NQOBANI NDLOVU Khupe has refused to recognise the elevation of Chamisa as party leader following the death of MDC-T founder Morgan Tsvangirai early this year. The former deputy Prime Minister claims she was the bona fide Tsvangirai successor and the High Court is yet to resolve the matter. Chamisa’s …

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DJC Gwaunza, Hungwe sworn in as JSC members

Felex Share Senior Reporter President Mnangagwa yesterday swore in Deputy Chief Justice Elizabeth Gwaunza and Civil Service Commission (CSC) chairperson Dr Vincent Hungwe as members of the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) at a colourful ceremony held at State House in Harare. Section 189 of the Constitution stipulates that the CSC …

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Men Urged Take Up Family Planning Methods

The First Lady, Auxillia Mnangagwa has challenged men to take up family planning and assist women in choosing and accessing best methods for use. Officiating at the launch of the Population Services Zimbabwe and Swedish Government funded project in Harare yesterday, the first lady said men should be involved in …

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Thousands greet President in Mkoba

Levi Mukarati in Gweru A carnival atmosphere grips Zimbabweans each time the song Kutonga kwaro by Jah Prayzah is played at a gathering. It has become a theme song for President Mnangagwa’s private and public engagements. And yesterday was no different. The song blasted from a powerful public address system, …

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Zanu-PF Recalls Three MPs From Parliament

The ruling Zanu PF party has recalled three of its members of parliament for misconduct. Party spokesman Simon Khaya Moyo confirmed the development to journalists after Wednesday’s politburo meeting in Harare. “Kwekwe Central legislator Masango Matambanadzo, Goromonzi West parliamentarian Beatrice Nyamupinga and Godfrey Gandawa, Magunje MP have been recalled from …

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Zanu PF the only democratic party: ED

BY STEPHEN CHADENGA Addressing thousands of ruling party supporters at a Zanu PF youth convention in Gweru, Mnangagwa said other political parties imposed candidates, while his party ensured a free and fair selection process. “Zanu PF is the only democratic party, which does not impose candidates,” he said. “As the …

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Comesa Wraps Up Zimbabwe Pre-Election Assessment Mission

Harare — Comesa has concluded a six days pre-election assessment mission to Zimbabwe, whose objective was to evaluate the state of preparedness for the general elections expected within the next two months. The nine-member team was led by two members of the COMESA Committee of Elders; Ambassador Ashraf Rashed of …

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Multinationals scramble for Zim investments

Levi Mukarati in GWERU Zimbabwe recently witnessed game-changing investment proposals, with companies from formerly hostile countries scouting for business opportunities, signalling positive results from re-engagement processes. President Mnangagwa yesterday said it was pleasing that giant multinational companies like General Electric from the United States were in the process of setting …

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More opportunities for youths, says ED

Tendai Mugabe in GWERU Government has opened floodgates of economic opportunities to empower youths in all sectors as President Mnangagwa’s administration intensifies efforts to reconstruct the economy towards a middle-income country by 2030. If fully seized upon, the opportunities can significantly reduce the rate of unemployment among youths. President Mnangagwa …

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