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Mnangagwa forced to dump 2023 polls plot

Nothing has been heard from the organisers of the march almost a month later. 
By Everson Mushava Sep. 18, 2022

Muvevi has attempted rape case, loses two luxury cars

A background check on Muvevi by this publication that involved interviews with his family members revealed that he has a pending court case of attempted rape.
By Everson Mushava Jan. 28, 2023

CCC vows to fight police’s rally bans

Chibaya said it was surprising that the police cited Mopa because the party used generic letters drafted by a lawyer in compliance with the law.
By Everson Mushava Feb. 12, 2023

Police ban on meetings rattles CCC

The feedback meetings to constituents, which form part of government work, have been banned since last year with the police invoking the
By Everson Mushava and Mirriam Mangwaya Mar. 6, 2023

Mnangagwa’s Zanu PF poll ambush backfires

According to information from Zanu PF camps, Mnangagwa’s strategy for a snap primary election was to catch new aspiring candidates napping and give an advantage to the old guard in the process.
By Everson Mushava Mar. 19, 2023

Trouble brewing in ED backyard

Documents obtained by this publication show that Zanu PF has since lined up a series of crisis meetings to cool simmering tensions and divisions following the chaotic primary polls.
By Everson Mushava May. 14, 2023

Zanu PF poll disputes turn nasty

Zanu PF has been struggling to mobilise supporters to attend campaign meetings as they continue to protest against the imposition of candidates.
By Everson Mushava and Miriam Mangwaya May. 28, 2023

Defiant Kasukuwere plots grand return

The former Local Government minister was forced into exile after the 2017 coup that toppled the late Robert Mugabe from power.
By Everson Mushava and Problem Masau Jun. 11, 2023

Gukurahundi scars still fresh as Tsholotsho massacre victims get some recognition

Six people, including women and kids, were killed on the day when the soldiers rounded up 12 villagers and forced them into a hut before setting it ablaze.
By Everson Mushava and CHIEDZA MLINGWA Jul. 2, 2023