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Plot to block Chamisa thickens

Zanu PF party spokesperson Christopher Mutsvangwa, said a constitutional amendment to bar any party without a constitution from the polls would be most welcome.
By Kenneth Nyangani Aug. 30, 2022

Govt adopts UN protocol on child rights

Mutsvangwa said only 22 out of 92 local authorities met the deadline.
By Kenneth Nyangani Aug. 30, 2022

HZT predicts violent polls

HZT reached this conclusion following the violence and alleged vote rigging that marred recent by-elections.
By Kenneth Nyangani Aug. 31, 2022

ED living on borrowed time: Tsenengamu

The outspoken Front for Economic Emancipation in Zimbabwe leader Tsenengamu addressed a Press conference in Harare.
By Kenneth Nyangani and Leddy Gomera Aug. 31, 2022

Youths seen as key to 2023 ballot

Project Launch 263 director Youngerson Matete said their campaign sought to address prevalent voter apathy among Zimbabwe’s youths.
By Kenneth Nyangani Sep. 1, 2022

RG's Office frustrating urban voters: CCC

CCC deputy spokesperson Gift Siziba told NewsDay that there was an attempt to suppress the urban vote ahead of the 2023 elections.
By Kenneth Nyangani Sep. 1, 2022

Maguwu raises civil war fears

Zanu PF’s Spencer Tshuma polled 10 727 votes to defeat Citizens Coalition for Change candidate Costin Muguti, who got 4 800.
By Kenneth Nyangani Sep. 5, 2022

Teachers to embark on a go-slow

Obert Masaraure said they had received calls from across the country where teachers are claiming that they are receiving threats from suspected State agents

Apostolic sect leader mobilises for ED

Makururu said he was moving around the country urging his church members to register and vote for the ruling party.
By Kenneth Nyangani Sep. 4, 2022

News in depth: 'The untouchables': July Moyo gives tycoon, associates 'immunity' from prosecution

Katsimberis has now approached the High Court seeking an order for Mutsonziwa to prosecute Moyo and Harare City Council
By Kenneth Nyangani Sep. 5, 2022

'Panicking' Zanu PF guns for Chamisa supporters

Four journalists that were covering the CCC rally were injured in the attack.
By Problem Masau and Kenneth Nyangani Sep. 4, 2022

Bishop Ruwona gives Mothers' Union lifeline

She also gave a report on the financial standing of the Mothers’ Union.
By Kenneth Nyangani Sep. 4, 2022

We'll defend Zanu PF rule: War vets

THE Zanu PF war veterans league conference kicked off yesterday in Harare with the former freedom fighters declaring that they will stop at nothing in defence the ruling party.

Scale up Zanu PF campaigns, ED orders war vets

Mnangagwa said war veterans should complement party efforts to win the upcoming polls.

Zanu PF official suspended over violence

Zanu PF political commissar Mike Bimha had assigned Mashonaland East provincial members to restructure the three districts of Buhera.
By Kenneth Nyangani Sep. 12, 2022

Chamisa fears for his life

A home-made hand grenade exploded close to the venue of his rally in Chinhoyi in what the opposition party said was an intimidation tactic by suspected State agents.
By Kenneth Nyangani and Sharon Buwerimwe Sep. 13, 2022

Civil servants halt strike

Government promised to increase civil servants’ salaries this month and various workers unions say they will decide on whether or not to down tools after they receive their salaries.
By Kenneth Nyangani and Sharon Buwerimwe Sep. 13, 2022

War vets feel economic heat

War veterans’ children were turned away from schools this term after government failed to honour the grouping’s school fees benefits.
By Kenneth Nyangani Sep. 13, 2022

Factional tremors rock Zanu PF Manicaland

Madiro and Information minister Monica Mutsvangwa are reportedly at loggerheads.
By Kenneth Nyangani Sep. 13, 2022

Woes mount for suspended Zanu PF DCC chairperson

Chimombe was recently suspended from the party over intra-party violence that rocked the district.
By Kenneth Nyangani Sep. 15, 2022

War vets demand Parly seats

Some Zanu PF and opposition party legislators threatened to block Finance minister Mthuli Ncube’s mid-term budget
By Kenneth Nyangani and Priveledge Gumbodete Sep. 15, 2022

Masvingo lecturers in bribery storm

The suspension is meant to pave way for investigations.
By Kenneth Nyangani Sep. 16, 2022

Bodies rot at mortuaries as power cuts worsen

Reports indicate that some of the rotting bodies were left lying on the floor.
By Kenneth Nyangani Sep. 19, 2022

Tension ahead of central committee elections

Zanu PF national political commissar Mike Bimha recently issued a circular on set minimum qualifications for participation in the elections.
By Kenneth Nyangani and Nunurai Jena Sep. 19, 2022

Zim yet to realise peace: CSOs

Different CSOs expressed concern over the snail’s pace of National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) in resolving conflicts in the country.
By Kenneth Nyangani and Problem Masau Sep. 22, 2022

Zim at peace: ED

The run-up to the March by-elections was marred by political violence that claimed the life of an opposition Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) activist.

Zanu PF bigwigs thrown under the bus

It appears only Mnangagwa and his deputies Constantino Chiwenga and Kembo Mohadi will not be contested.
By Nunurai Jena and Kenneth Nyangani Sep. 23, 2022

Grade 7 exams in limbo

Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe president Obert Musaraure said unions had agreed to down tools from Monday to pressure government to meet their demands.

Knives out for Chinamasa

Zanu PF Headlands MP Christopher Chingosho then reportedly moved a motion that Chinamasa should be contested.
By Kenneth Nyangani Sep. 24, 2022

Komichi, Mwonzora differ on way forward

Komichi said Mnangagwa’s government had shown lack of desire to engage in meaningful dialogue with opposition party leaders.
By Blessed Mhlanga and Kenneth Nyangani Sep. 27, 2022