Legal Hurdles Surround Bid For Mnangagwa Third Term

President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s long-standing bid to seek a third term in office faces legal hurdles amid revelations by constitutional law experts that any constitutional amendment for an extension of presidential term limits, albeit cumbersome and requiring a referendum, cannot benefit the incumbent. Mnangagwa’s pushing for a third term was supposedly …

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Currency Board, Gold Linked Currency For Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe is working on new measures to stabilise its local currency including linking the exchange rate to hard assets such as gold and creating a currency board, Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube said on Monday. The Zimbabwean dollar has fallen about 40 percent since the start of the year, hurt by …

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Dubai AI Policing System Dazzles Mnangagwa, Zim To Emulate

President Mnangagwa, who is in Dubai for the World Governments Summit, was yesterday charmed by artificial intelligence systems that assign police patrols across Dubai without human intervention, and vowed to get his ministers working on cooperation and training opportunities. The President said this after touring the Dubai Police General Headquarters …

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Gateway, Lomagundi Schools Sued Over Withheld Exam Results

Two prestigious schools, Gateway High School and Lomagundi College, have been taken to court by parents of students who are aggrieved over the schools’ decision to withhold their “O” and “A” Level exam results due to outstanding tuition fees. The parents of the affected students sought the assistance of Tinashe …

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Axed Mutsvangwa Was “An Obstacle” Of Progress: War Vets

Members of the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association (ZNLWVA) yesterday fired a salvo on sacked Veterans of Liberation Struggle Affairs minister Christopher Mutsvangwa accusing him of being an obstacle and a pompous politician who was ignoring their grievances. This was revealed by ZNLWVA Manicaland chapter chairperson David Garwe at …

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Zimbabwe Launches Advanced Early Learning Policy

Government will today launch the Zimbabwe Early Learning Policy (ZELP), a complete blueprint that has become the first indicator to the country’s commitment to both the United Nations transforming education summit recommendations and the Tashkent Declaration on the provision of early education globally, President Mnangagwa has said. The President’s note …

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ZAPU Leader Trashes Charumbira’s Assertions On Gukurahundi

Sibangilizwe Nkomo, leader of the ZAPU party, has criticised Chief Fortune Charumbira, the deputy president of the National Chiefs Council, for publicly denying that the atrocities during Gukurahundi were not acts of genocide. According to Nkomo, Chief Charumbira’s ‘denialist’ remarks indicate a deliberate attempt to conceal the Gukurahundi atrocities by …

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