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Furore over Zimbabwe’s baby elephant exportation

File photo of a baby elephant Zimbabwean authorities have maintained that they abide by international treaties when sending live animals abroad, following controversy over the possible export of baby elephants to China or the United Arab Emirates, state media reported on Saturday. Geoffreys Matipano of the Zimbabwe National Parks and …

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We made Mugabe GOD- Rugare Gumbo

Owen Gagare FORMER Zanu PF spokesperson Rugare Gumbo, who was expelled from the party just before its recent sixth congress, says he and other senior party officials hounded out of the party are partly to blame for their misfortune as they allowed President Robert Mugabe to dictate the pace of …

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Mnangagwa gets ready to take over

IN the aftermath of a fierce internal Zanu PF succession power struggle played out in the public domain, which left a number of high-profile political casualties including former vice-president Joice Mujuru in its trail, Acting President Emmerson Mnangagwa — who is holding five key positions — is rapidly consolidating power …

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Soldier murdered and chopped into pieces by gold panners

A GWERU soldier based at the Zimbabwe National Army’s 5 Brigade base in Kwekwe was last week brutally murdered by a group of unidentified men suspected to be gold panners who allegedly chopped his body into pieces before putting his remains in a sack and throwing them on a railway …

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Jonathan Moyo: Mnangagwa can’t be President

The recent appointments of Vice-Presidents Emmerson Mnangagwa and Phelekezela Mphoko have generated much debate. Of particular interest has been the succession issue and the rise of VP Mphoko, who — as a diplomat —had not been at the forefront of public politicking. The Sunday Mail Acting Editor Mabasa Sasa spoke …

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