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Despite what has been said and written, the impending Zifa elections have turned out to be the most controversial in the history of Zimbabwean football.
FINANCE minister Patrick Chinamasa will today present his third budget, where he has little fiscal space due to the depressed economy.
We have created a special wheelchair for President Robert Mugabe until he rules to 100 years
Zimbabweans from various walks of life have said they do not expect any joy from the 2016 National Budget set to be presented by Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa in Parliament today amid gloom and doom over the poor performance of the economy.
Mashonaland Central Minister of State Martin Dinha’s criminal matter, in which he is accused of soliciting for a $60 000 bribe from a white Centenary farmer, was yesterday referred to the Constitutional Court (ConCourt) for determination and removal from the High Court’s roll.
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FORMER Vice-President Joice Mujuru has reportedly approved a proposed People First (PF) project constitution, setting in motion plans to launch the party, which has been on the cards for several months now.
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has demanded a “business unusual” approach to doing business from his lieutenants in order to deliver social services to the people.
For one minute I have not read anywhere where First Lady Grace Mugabe has spoken about the Zimbabwe we want. I have not seen one sentence from her which talks about the urgency of reviving our economy to ameliorate the ridiculous condition of millions who are now faced with worsening poverty and hunger.