POLITICS

Mugabe acknowledges frailty

In a rare acknowledgement of his frailty, President Robert Mugabe has said he will jump for joy at the loyalty and love shown by his party’s youth wing, but if he can’t jump physically, he’ll us...

By Staff reporter | Published: 5 hours ago

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Mugabe's deputies engaged in a cold war

President Robert Mugabe's deputies - Emmerson Mnangagwa and Phelekezela Mphoko - are engaged in a cold war of sorts over the emotive succession debate notwithstanding the camaraderie they exhibit in p...

By Staff reporter | Published: 9 hours ago

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'Mugabe won't name successor'

Controversial former leader of Chipangano, an alleged Zanu-PF terror group, Jim Kunaka, has waded into the ruling party's succession matrix, dismissing suggestions that President Robert Mugabe must n...

By Staff reporter | Published: 13 hours ago

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'Zim can now restore its status,' says Mugabe

President Robert Mugabe has said that Zimbabwe would soon regain its status of being the "bread-basket of Africa" after the country recorded a bumper maize harvest this year.Mugabe said this while off...

By Staff reporte | Published: 22 July 2017

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Grace Mugabe mine wrangle turns ugly

FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe's aides and police officers allegedly fighting on the side of President Robert Mugabe's wife have reportedly "poisoned" mine shafts as a wrangle over a gold-rich claim turned u...

By Staff reporter | Published: 22 July 2017

POLITICS

Mystery shrouds Mugabe accident

Mystery surrounds the car which was involved in a horrific accident with a biker who was leading President Robert Mugabe's motorcade last Saturday.On Saturday, one of the bikers leading the motorcade ...

By Staff reporter | Published: 21 July 2017

POLITICS

Zimbabwe cops training to smile at roadblocks

Zimbabwe is conducting a training programme for police officers to smile more habitually at roadblocks in the hopes of winning over tourists visiting the country's holiday resorts.Home Affairs deputy...

By Staff reporter | Published: 21 July 2017

POLITICS

BMI warns of violence over Mugabe succession

Not for the first time, Zimbabwe has been warned that President Robert Mugabe's failure to resolve the succession issue could plunge the country into bloodletting violence.This comes as much-needed fo...

By Staff reporter | Published: 21 July 2017

POLITICS

72% of Zimbabweans wallow in poverty

PUBLIC Service, Labour and Social Welfare Minister Prisca Mupfumira has disclosed that more than 10 million Zimbabweans, which translates to 72,3% of the population, were living in abject poverty.In a...

By Staff reporter | Published: 20 July 2017

POLITICS

Mugabe son-in-law joins political fray

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe's political dynasty seems to be growing with each passing day, amid claims that his son-in-law, Simba Chikore, is eyeing a parliamentary seat in Makoni North constituency, Mani...

By Staff reporter | Published: 20 July 2017

POLITICS

Mujuru savages Grace Mugabe

FORMER Vice-President Joice Mujuru has hit out at First Lady Grace Mugabe (pictured), describing her as a selfish person, with no regard for suffering Zimbabweans.The First Lady made headlines after s...

By Staff reporter | Published: 20 July 2017

POLITICS

Mujuru rubbishes Tsvangirai deadline

PROSPECTS of an opposition coalition against President Robert Mugabe continue to hit turbulence, with National People's Party (NPP) leader, Joice Mujuru yesterday distancing herself from claims by MDC...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 July 2017

POLITICS

Mujuru apologises for stealing future of Zimbabweans

FORMER Vice-President Joice Mujuru, ousted from Zanu-PF three years ago, has again apologised for the 30 years she spent in her former party.Mujuru, now leader of National People's Party (NPP), said i...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 July 2017

POLITICS

Zimbabwe needs $274m for polls

The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) needs $274 million to successfully conduct the 2018 harmonised elections.Zec chairperson Justice Rita Makarau revealed this yesterday in a document she presente...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 July 2017

POLITICS

Chiyangwa demands defamation damages of $2.5m

Dr Philip Chiyangwa has demanded defamation damages of $2,5 million from NewsDay and journalist Paidamoyo Muzulu over an article related to the land deal.In a letter of demand dated July 17, 2017, Dr ...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 July 2017

POLITICS

Businessman seeks Minister Chombo's arrest

Mutare businessman Tendayi Blessing Mangwiro has once again approached the High Court seeking the arrest of Home Affairs Minister, Dr Ignatious Chombo over his non compliance with court orders.Mangwir...

By Staff reporter | Published: 18 July 2017

POLITICS

Chinamasa in nepotism storm

FINANCE minister Patrick Chinamasa finds himself in a nepotism storm after he was accused of abusing his office to divert reforestation funds from the Forestry Commission to the Tobacco Industry Marke...

By Staff reporter | Published: 18 July 2017

POLITICS

Tsvangirai to die within 6 months rumour rubbished

Morgan Tsvangirai returned from his routine medical check-up in South Africa yesterday to face debate on whether he, along with his main rival President Robert Mugabe, are fit enough to withstand the ...

By Staff reporter | Published: 17 July 2017

POLITICS

'Zimbabweans fund Mugabe sons' profligacy'

Tendai Biti's opposition PDP party is complaining that President Robert Mugabe's sons' debauchery and wild partying are being funded with taxpayer dollars.This comes after the two boys - Robert Junior...

By Staff reporter | Published: 17 July 2017

POLITICS

Mugabe not worried about Zanu-PF factionalism

President Robert Mugabe's former deputy Joice Mujuru says the southern African country's strongman is not worried about factionalism in his ruling Zanu-PF party, as it helps him prolong his stay in p...

By Staff reporter | Published: 17 July 2017

POLITICS

Mugabe's biker in horrific accident

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe's return home from a week-long trip abroad took a bizarre turn yesterday morning when one of the bikers in his motorcade was involved in a horrific accident, a few minutes afte...

By Staff reporter | Published: 16 July 2017

POLITICS

Grace Mugabe in freak accident

In a statement, Charamba confirmed that the First Lady, Dr Mugabe suffered some soft tissue bruising on the right ankle as a result of a freak car incident at the Harare International Airport soon aft...

By Staff reporter | Published: 15 July 2017

POLITICS

'Business should promote Bill of Rights'

Constitutional law expert, Alex Magaisa has challenged the business community to be well-versed with provisions of the new Constitution, particularly those to do with the Bill of Rights, as failure to...

By Staff reporter | Published: 15 July 2017

POLITICS

Mugabe returns from medical checkup

President Robert Mugabe has returned home after a week's visit to Singapore for a routine medical checkup. The President was accompanied by the First Lady, Dr Grace Mugabe.He was received at the ...

By Staff reporter | Published: 15 July 2017

POLITICS

Mugabe two sons evicted in Joburg

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe's sons, Robert Junior and Chatunga Bellarmine-notorious for a wild partying lifestyle - were recently evicted from a luxurious apartment in South Africa's most affluent area of...

By Staff reporter | Published: 14 July 2017
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