Editors Cautioned…Chief Charumbira Says Gukurahundi Not Genocide

Zimbabwe Council of Chiefs deputy president, Chief Fortune Charumbira says the killing of civilians in Matabeleland and Midlands provinces under a government operation code-named Gukurahundi early years of independence should not be classified as genocide. The Zanu PF politician was responding to questions from media editors at the ongoing Gukurahundi …

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Job Sikhala Convicted Again

Former Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) Zengeza West legislator Job Sikhala has been convicted again on a charge of publishing falsehoods prejudicial to the State on his Facebook page. Harare magistrate Feresi Chakanyuka found him guilty of a 2021 tweet alleging that police had killed an infant strapped to its …

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‘Insubordinate’ Mutsvangwa Demanded State Security Ministry

Christopher Mutsvangwa’s surprise removal as war veterans minister last Saturday came after he demanded that President Emmerson Mnangagwa should appoint him state security minister, ZimLive has heard. Mnangagwa sacked the garrulous Mutsvangwa, who doubles up as war veterans chairman, “for insubordination”, people familiar with the events said. When appointing Mutsvangwa …

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Reasons Why Mutsvangwa Was Humiliated

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa fired his outspoken political ally Christopher Mutsvangwa as Minister of Veterans of the Liberation Struggle Affairs with immediate effect for various reasons, but the trigger was his outburst against Information minister Jenfan Muswere — a presidential blue-eyed boy — over recent state-controlled media board changes. Informed official …

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‘Chengetai Mai naBaba’…Chivayo Spoils Dads, Father-In-Law

Trending Zanu PF benefactor and Harare businessman Wicknell Chivayo has splashed another half a million dollars on close family, a deflection from his recent trend of rewarding musicians loyal to the ruling party, Nhau/Indaba has established. Chivayo splashed US$450 000 on six brand new Ford Ranger Wiltrax 3.0d V6 top-of-the-range …

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Zanu PF Secures Two Thirds Majority

Zanu PF won all six National Assembly by-elections held on Saturday to secure a two thirds majority, with which it can now amend the constitution. Zanu PF candidates won in Pelandaba Tshabalala, Chegutu West, Goromonzi South, Zvimba East, Mkoba North and Seke – all seats which were won by the …

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Namibia President Hage Geingob Dies

Namibia’s President Hage Geingob has died at the age of 82 while receiving medical treatment at a hospital in the capital, Windhoek. A veteran of the country’s independence struggle, Mr Geingob had been diagnosed with cancer and revealed the details to the public last month. He died early on Sunday …

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Mnangagwa Kicks Christopher Mutsvangwa Out

President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa has sacked Veterans of the Liberation Struggle Affairs minister Christopher Mutsvangwa with immediate effect. This was announced by Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet Dr. Martin Rushwaya, through Presidential spokesperson George Charamba. No further reasons were outlined for his removal from office. According to the …

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Production Of Local Vaccine Panacea To Combat Cholera: President

President Mnangagwa has emphasised the need for unity and collaborative efforts within the Southern African Development Community (SADC) to combat the spread of cholera. The call comes in the wake of cholera outbreaks reported in five SADC countries, namely Zimbabwe, Malawi, Mozambique, Tanzania, and Zambia, accounting for 73 percent of …

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