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10 Questions for Wilf Mbanga

Wilf Mbanga is the Founder and Editor, since January 2005, of The Zimbabwean. He lives in self-imposed exile in the UK after being declared an enemy of the state by the Zimbabwean government in 2004. Since it was established The Zimbabwean (TZ) has been a torch-bearer in the face of …

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10 reasons why Mugabe won’t step down

 If someone who died after seeing the first five years of Mugabe’s reign was to come back to life, he would think he is lost. “Take me to Zimbabwe!” he would cry. It’s utterly shocking what Zimbabwe and Mugabe’s leadership have  become. However its a common fact that human nature …

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Mujuru’s plot to kill Mugabe unearthed

Two of the VP’s closest allies – former Zanu-PF spokesperson Rugare Gumbo and current secretary for administration Didymus Mutasa – have recently spoken of assassinating President Mugabe. There is a voice recording of Gumbo making the assassination threat, and a report to party authorities of Mutasa saying President “Mugabe will …

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Makamba denies stealing Telecel shares

Empowerment Corporation controlling shareholder Dr James Makamba has refuted claims he illegally transferred certain members’ empowerment shares into his name. The Indigenous Business Women Organisation and Dr Jane Mutasa, through Selpon Investments, recently filed papers at the High Court seeking nullification of 72,1 percent of Dr Makamba’s EC shares he …

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Mugabe’s nephew commits suicide at Monash University SA

President Robert Mugabe has criticised some ‘fly by night’ churches which are bent on fundraising instead of preaching the gospel and looking after the spiritual needs of the people. The President was addressing mourners at the funeral of his nephew Takudzwa Wesley Goronga in Marondera this Saturday. The late Takudzwa …

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