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“Zanu-PF untrustworthy” new party says

By Senzeni Ncube A recently established political party, Free Zim Congress  has labelled the Zanu-PF-led government as untrustworthy, as it has failed to deliver the 2 million jobs it promised before the 2013 harmonised polls. In an interview, the party leader, Joseph Makamba Busha told ...

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Moyo, Coltart in twitter spat over Gukurahundi atrocities

Former Education minister David Coltart and Higher and Tertiary Education minister Professor Jonathan Moyo were Monday involved in a twitter spat over the sensitive Gukurahundi atrocities. Gukurahundi, that saw thousands of civilians in Matabeleland and Midlands Region die at the hand of the North Korean ...

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Zanu PF MP embroiled in taxi war

Zanu PF Member of Parliament for Insiza South and former radio personality Malachi Nkomo Saturday allegedly assaulted a commuter omnibus driver following an altercation over customers. Nkomo who operates a commuter omnibus that plies the Avoca to Gwanda route, is said to have clobbered the ...

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ZANU-PF reclaims Bulawayo

ZANU-PF got first House of Assembly seats since the turn of the new millennium sweeping the five constituencies in the Wednesday by-election. The victory by Zanu-PF effectively means it is threatening MDC-T’s grip on Bulawayo,  as the Tsvangirai-led party is now left with control over ...

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Voter apathy characterises by-elections

BULAWAYO voters showed disinterest on the Wednesday by-elections with apathy being the highlight in all the city’s five constituencies where voting was conducted. The voting kicked off on a low note with short queues in some polling stations and as the day progressed most voting ...

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By-elections: Apathy mars Bulawayo polls

VOTING for the by-elections kicked off peacefully in Bulawayo’s five vacant House of Assembly constituencies amid a slow turn out by constituents. As at 11 am an average of 30 people per polling station had voted and the turn out was expected to increase as the ...

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“I still consider VP Mphoko as my junior” – Dabengwa

ZAPU leader Dr Dumiso Dabengwa says he has no time to respond to recent criticism by  Phekelezela Mphoko describing the Vice-President as being very junior to him. Speaking during a Bulawayo Agenda-hosted Africa Day public lecture series Dr Dabengwa said even up to date he ...

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Mphoko is a liar: Nkomo

MDC Renewal chairman Samuel Sipepa-Nkomo has accused recently appointed Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko of lying in an attempt to exonerate Zanu-PF from having orchestrated Gukurahundi and later blaming it on western machinations. Nkomo also went a step further, alleging Zanu PF, then Zanu, wanted to ...

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Concern over slaughter of wild animals at Mugabe bash

THE Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force (ZCTF), an animal rights group, has expressed concern over the killing of wildlife that would be served to guests at President Robert Mugabe’s birthday celebrations. President Mugabe turned 91 on February 21 but the birthday celebrations would be held on ...

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Newly appointed local government minister, Saviour Kasukuwere

Kasukuwere descends on Bulawayo

Zanu-PF national commissar Saviour Kasukuwere will be in Bulawayo Friday to resolve the province’s outstanding problems that were left “hanging” in the run up to the ruling party’s December congress. Kasukuwere is on a nationwide crusade to restructure the fractured ruling party amid massive divisions ...

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