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Defiant Ace Magashule Suspends Ramaphosa As ANC President

Johannesburg – Suspended ANC secretary general Ace Magashule has hit back, claiming that he has suspended party president Cyril Ramaphosa and that he would appeal his “fatally flawed” suspension. A defiant Magashule, who was this week suspended for failing to step aside, described his suspension from party activities as “fatally …

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Human Rights Violations Place Mnangagwa In A Tight Spot

By Mellisa GombeThe alleged continuous human rights violations perpetrated against President Mnangagwa’s political opponents have attracted international attention likely to draw more punitive measures against the Second Republic. When Mnangagwa grabbed power from late former president Robert Mugabe, with assistance from the military, he tried to re-engage with the West. …

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MDC Alliance Youth Leaders’ Trial Off To A Dramatic Start

THE trial of MDC Alliance youth leaders Joana Mamombe, Cecilia Chimbiri and Netsai Marova, accused of faking abduction, was off to a dramatic start, after they made several applications, subsequently dismissed.Through their lawyers, Alec Muchadehama and Jeremiah Bamu, the trio sought for the postponement of their trial on the basis …

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Bulawayo Lawyer Sues Mnangagwa

BULAWAYO lawyer Nqobani Sithole has taken President Emmerson Mnangagwa, Speaker of the National Assembly Jacob Mudenda, Senate President Marble Chinomona and Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs minister Ziyambi Ziyambi to court contesting the legality of the restoration of Constitutional Amendment No 1 (HB 1A. 2017) which lapsed in July 2018.Sithole …

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Chamisa Told To Sleep With One Eye Open

One great politician once said: “It is not the vote which counts. But who counts the vote,” meanwhile with that in mind, some have been asking as to how an opposition party can protect its votes against rigging.Political analysts have implored the opposition parties in Zimbabwe particularly, the Nelson Chamisa …

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ZUJ Condemns Harassment Of Journalists

 By Denzel Nemhara The Zimbabwe Union of Journalists has condemned the continued harassment of media practitioners by politicians and the general public who see themselves as “immune to the rule of law”. This follows the harassment of The Herald’s Mashonaland Central Bureau chief Fungai Lupande by an aide escorting former …

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ZOCC Celebrates Chin’ono’s High Court Judgment

ZOCC Celebrates Chin’ono’s High Court Judgment The Zimbabwe Online Content Creators (ZOCC) has welcomed the High Court ruling which cleared journalist Hopewell Chin’ono of criminal charges allegedly committed while discharging his journalistic duties. In her ruling, Justice Jester Hellena Charehwa yesterday quashed charges of communicating false information leveled against the …

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Dyck Speaks On Jihad Hit Moza

Lionel Dyck’s men were unloading guns from helicopters in the northern Mozambique town of Pemba when they were informed of a jihadist attack unfolding further north in Palma, days before the mercenaries were due to leave the country. They rapidly re-armed and flew to the scene, where local troops had …

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Covid-19 Themed Program For Independence

By Melisa Gombe Zimbabwe will from tomorrow kick start a series of events to celebrate Independence in strict adherence to Covid-19 guidelines. Though this year’s celebrations are occurring in a much-relaxed environment compared to last year’s strict lockdown protocols, the government is not taking chances thus spacing the Uhuru events …

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Divisions Rock MRP, As SG Resigns

Cracks have emerged in Matabeleland’s secessionist grouping, Mthwakazi Republic Party (MRP) leading to the resignation of its national secretary general, Indaba has learnt. A letter seen by Indaba states that Ackim Mhlanga left the party over differences that have gone unaddressed in terms of transparency and accountability. Mhlanga further states …

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