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“I am here to stay”- Mugabe

PRESIDENT Mugabe yesterday slammed people attempting to topple him from his post, saying they must wait since he will properly communicate to them when his time to leave office comes. Speaking at a luncheon hosted by the Ministry of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing yesterday to mark the …

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ZIFA clueless: Charles Mabika

BY Charles Mabika SOME of the decisions that come out of 53 Livingstone Avenue never cease to amaze me! The recent decision by Zifa – as sanely argued by Zimbabwe’s Under-23 head coach, Kallisto Pasuwa – to play a friendly match against Swaziland, whom we will face soon in All-Africa …

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Jonathan Moyo in hot soup over Mujuru attacks

HARARE – Zanu-PF secretary for Administration Didymus Mutasa and under fire war veterans leader Jabulani Sibanda yesterday threatened the Ministry of Information, Media and Broadcasting Services and The Herald with unspecified action. Speaking at a site for the reburial of the remains of 82 fallen heroes discovered in a mine …

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Soldier apologizes over Gukurahundi massacres

By Thabo Kunene In 1983, Mathew Kazembe (not his real name) was part of Zimbabwe’s notorious Fifth Brigade army unit that massacred over 20 000 civilians – members of the country’s ethnic minorities living in the opposition strongholds of Matabeleland and parts of the Midlands provinces. A few weeks ago, …

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Mugabe breaks silence on succession

President Robert Mugabe has finally broken the silence on Zanu-PF’s internal fights, saying internal wars that are being caused by some people who are abusing their positions to further their personal interests must not be tolerated. Speaking during a luncheon to mark the official opening of the second session of …

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