Why Mugabe Supported Chamisa

IT has emerged that the late former President Robert Mugabe decided to support the then MDC-Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa’s 2018 presidential bid after President Emmerson Mnangagwa allegedly shut the door on the nonagenarian. This is contained in a document titled Proposed Framework for the Reunification of Zanu PF, authored by …

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Mudenda Tells NPRC To Address Gukurahundi Before 2023 Election

PARLIAMENT Speaker, Jacob Mudenda, has urged the National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) to speed up the process of addressing Gukurahundi and bringing closure before the 2023 elections. Mudenda was addressing the NPRC Commissioners during their induction on the role and functions of Parliament. He informed the commissioners to get …

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Nhau/Indaba April 2022 Marketers Awards In Pics

From left: Nhau/Indaba founding editor Mtandazo Dube, marketer of the month of April Anesu Bless Muvezwa and Martin Kadzere (Zimpapers Business Hub) Nhau/Indaba Online News held it’s prestigious monthly awards for marketer of the month last Friday which were attended by it’s major clients and stakeholders. Below are some of …

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Zanu PF Presidium Admits CCC Causing Ruling Party Headaches

THE trailblazing Nelson Chamisa-led Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) is causing Zanu PF serious headaches, with the ruling party’s presidium openly acknowledging it was having sleepless nights plotting how to stop the three-month-old party from claiming its sculp at next year’s general elections. The Zanu PF co- vice president also …

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Unsettled Mnangagwa Loses Trust In Lieutenants

FAILURE by President Emmerson Mnangagwa to fill key vacant posts of vice-president and state security minister signals that he has lost trust in his lieutenants as he seeks to maintain a delicate ethnic balance in his administration, analysts have said. In January this year, Mnangagwa fired his Kwekwe clansman Owen …

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Robert Mugabe’s Son Hospitalised In Singapore

The late president Robert Gabriel Mugabe’s son, Robert Tinotenda, was reportedly hospitalised at a private hospital in Singapore on Saturday after experiencing chest pains. He was reportedly ferried to an unnamed Singapore private hospital where he was admitted. In an apparent reference to Robert Jr, exiled former Foreign Affairs minister …

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Zim Debt Under Spotlight At Crucial AfDB Indaba

ZIMBABWE’S plan to secure a US$1 billion bridge financing facility backed by the African Development Bank (AfDB) will later this month be on the regional lender’s agenda when it holds its annual meetings in Ghana, The NewsHawks has established. Zimbabwe has had arrears with the AfDB and the World Bank …

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Employer Awards Pay Rise After Angry Workers Sabotage Sugarcane

SUGAR processor Tongaat Hulett Zimbabwe (THZ) was last week forced to increase salaries after disgruntled workers torched plantations of unripe cane in protest over low wages. The incident took place after the company and unions representing the employees reached a deadlock during a collective bargaining process which began in March …

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