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G40 Gives Mnangagwa Sleepless Nights Over Insurgency Fears

Expelled Zanu-PF G40 members continue to keep President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration restless amid fears they were planning to topple the current leadership from office. Mnangagwa is reported to have told Zanu PF Politburo members Wednesday at the party headquarters in Harare of his fears over the onslaught on social media …

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Zimbabweans Lost Out By Voting for Mnangagwa, Chamisa – Madhuku

Leader of the National Constitutional Assembly (NCA) Lovemore Madhuku says Zimbabweans were yet to see any meaningful development in their country after voting massively for President Emmerson Mnangagwa and MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa in 2018. Addressing NCA members in Kwekwe recently, Madhuku said it was time Zimbabweans found an …

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Gold Panners Take-Over Masvingo’s Water Reservoirs

Masvingo — Residents here have given the city council a seven-day ultimatum to deal with a group of suspected Zanu PF-aligned gold panners who are mining the precious mineral under the city’s main water reservoirs. The storage tanks have a capacity to hold more than 10 million litres of treated …

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Stop Giving Cops Bribes – Kazembe

Home Affairs Minister Kazembe Kazembe has blamed citizens who opt to pay bribes to police officers as contributing to factors that fuel corruption in both the force and country. He made the observation while responding to questions at Tuesday’s post-cabinet media briefing in Harare. Kazembe had been asked what the …

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Huge Volumes of Arms Trafficked Into SADC – UN

The United Nations says high volumes of firearms are being trafficked into the SADC region with Angola and Botswana being among countries that are most affected by the illegal arms trade. The report, by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), comes at a time Zimbabwean security forces …

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