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Zezurus fight Mnangagwa’s rise

DISGRUNTLED members of the so-called ‘Mazoe Crush Movement’ have told Emmerson Mnangagwa that he is not President Robert Mugabe’s “anointed” successor as the “alliance of convenience” between the two Zanu PF camps shows signs of unravelling.   Information minister Jonathan Moyo and Mugabe’s nephew, Patrick Zhuwao, used the Sunday Mail …

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ZAPU & ZANU-PF rebels in advanced talks

BULAWAYO – Zapu President Dumiso Dabengwa says his party has since held meetings with expelled Zanu PF cadres in a move likely to usher Zimbabwe into a new political discourse. Addressing journalists at the Bulawayo Press Club on Friday, Dabengwa described the purging of former Vice President Joice Mujuru and …

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Great anger brewing against Robert Mugabe

HARARE – There is an unprecedented groundswell of anger across the political and social divides in the country against President Robert Mugabe and Zanu PF’s misrule, with analysts saying yesterday that this boded well for keenly-anticipated national elections scheduled for 2018. Among the prominent political players who have raised their …

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Details of 7 fired ministers

PRESIDENT Mugabe has fired seven more ministers from Government for conduct and performance below the expected standard, bringing to 16 the number of ministers who have been sent packing as Government gears up for the accelerated implementation of Zim-Asset in the post-congress period. The 15 ministers, along with former Vice President …

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Kaukonde protects 40 white farmers

FORMER Zanu-PF Mashonaland East provincial chairman Mr Ray Kaukonde allegedly abused his office to acquire vast tracts of land and also protected over 40 white farmers at the expense of hundreds of landless villagers. Mr Kaukonde was vice-chair of the Mashonaland East provincial lands committee, a position he allegedly abused …

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