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Free Elections a Pipedream

By Kudzai Kuwaza CONCERNS have been raised about Zimbabwe’s capacity to ensure free and fair elections after President Emmerson Mnangagwa announced this week that polls will be held earlier than previously anticipated, in four to five months’ time. Speaking during his visit to Mozambique this week, Mnangagwa said the early …

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Financial Mess Rocks Zim Police

By Bernard Mpofu/Hazel Ndebele A financial scandal running into millions of dollars has erupted within the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP), prompting government to carry out nationwide audits into police affairs, after it emerged that some senior commanders of the force had directed unsanctioned salary deductions, among other irregularities. This comes …

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Mnangagwa Must Walk the Talk On Reforms

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa’s first two months in office have been characterised by the message that Zimbabwe is open for business and ready to discard its disastrous investor-hostile tag. The message is rekindling economic fortunes that can drastically transform the country from being a pariah state into an economically vibrant one. …

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Bennett, Wife Die in Helicopter Crash

By Zvamaida Murwira Former MDC-T national treasurer Mr Roy Bennett and his wife Heather died in a helicopter crash in Canada yesterday. Details of circumstances surrounding their death were not immediately clear, but several senior MDC-T officials posted on social media platforms, especially on Facebook, announcing the death. MDC-T spokesperson …

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Roy Bennett ‘Suffered a Lot to Build a New Zimbabwe’

Zimbabwe’s main opposition, the Movement for Democratic Change party’s deputy president Nelson Chamisa has described Roy Bennett’s unexpected death in a helicopter crash in the US as “a big loss to the country’s democratic struggle”. In an interview with News24, Chamisa said that Bennett’s death was a huge blow to …

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