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Suspended G40 Allies Barred From Holding Office

By Munyaradzi Musiiwa Zanu-PF Midlands province has recommended that six senior party members suspended over alleged misconduct, chief among them their involvement in the G40 machinations and creating parallel structures within the party, should remain ordinary members and not to stand for office. Those suspended include former ministers Fred Moyo, …

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Immigration Boss Scoffs At Bribe Allegations

By Freeman Razemba The Immigration Department has said it will remain resolute and steadfast when discharging its duties, despite reports by some disgruntled former officers who have gone on a crusade alleging that the department’s senior management are taking bribes and sexually harassing female workers. The department said a group …

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Khupe Signals MDC-T Split, Says Joining Mujuru Coalition

The MDC-T’s power struggle took a turn for the worst Sunday after vice president Thokozani Khupe announced that she would be joining former vice president Joice Mujuru’s Rainbow Coalition. Khupe told a sizeable crowd at a rally held at Bulawayo Amphitheatre that her camp was breaking away from rival and …

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‘Go to the Courts If You Believe Mnangagwa Is Illegitimate,’ Mugabe Told

Former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe has reportedly been urged to approach the courts of law “if he believes President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration” is not legitimate. This came after Mugabe told journalists in Harare last week that the Mnangagwa led government lacked constitutional legitimacy. Mugabe described his departure from office in …

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