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IN response to Mugabe in shock Cabinet reshuffle: This has indeed confirmed what has always been said that President Robert Mugabe is the head of G40, the master ...
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The emergence of factions in Zanu PF aiming to succeed Mugabe and is the clearest indicator that there is consensus in the ruling party that he is too old, tired and beyond his political expiry date to an extent that his continued stay in the political cockpit of both Zanu PF and government is harmful to both the party and State. ...
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AMH Voices
If the truth be told, Zanu PF is in a crisis, a succession crisis with two of the most visible figures in the party the two Mugabes (President Robert Mugabe and his wife First Lady Grace) ...
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AMH Voices
"Diplomatic immunity my foot! South Africa has yet again failed to act in the interest of justice" ...
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AMH Voices
G40 has coalesced around Sydney Sekeramayi, who is President Robert Mugabe’s preferred successor after he realised that the wife was a hard sell. ...
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National News
Zimbabwean farmers have donated "thousands" of cattle to the African Union (AU) Foundation following an appeal by President Robert Mugabe, the state-run Herald newspaper reports. ...
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National News
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s planned nationwide youth rallies have reportedly widened rifts in the fractured Zanu PF party following disagreements over the organisation of the rallies, NewsDay has learnt. ...
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News
President Robert Mugabe’s nephew Robert Zhuwao, Chief Beperere (born Alfred Tome) of the Zvimba clan and Chief Negomo (Lucious Chitsinde) are witnesses in the case in which a Kariba pastor is being accused of prophesying the 93-year-old leader’s death. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials
REPORTS that Zanu PF-linked Mbare-based terror group Chipangano is being revived and causing havoc ahead of elections expected next year are disconcerting particularly as scars of the 2008 election are still fresh in Zimbabweans’ mind. ...
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Elections 2013 Multimedia News Politics
WHILE President Robert Mugabe made his speech some delegates- several of them senior officials- could not help doze off ...
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AMH Voices
The overzealous Grace appears to have little regard for education and academic freedom, even though she claims to be a “PhD holder” ...
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AMH Voices
President Robert Mugabe will never win against Zimbabwe’s war veterans and their leader Christopher Mutsvangwa come rain come thunder. ...
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AMH Voices
The President must expect bhora musango to come 2018 general elections. The friction in his party cannot be solved by force. ...
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News Politics
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe on Friday evening blasted War veteran’s minister Christopher Mutsvangwa for organising a demonstration by hundreds of ex-freedom fighters which was brutally crushed by police on Thursday. ...
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AMH Voices
I do agree with a certain pastor, who said the country fell under a witchcraft spell, but he was short of saying the country is cursed. ...
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AMH Voices
IN response to Mugabe strikes at Mujuru camp:Why is he taking long to sack Primary and Secondary Education minister Lazarus Dokora? ...
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News
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe will not retire before 2023 despite the heightened jostling for his post in Zanu PF, his nephew has claimed as the debate over the 91-year-old leader takes yet another twist. ...
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Mugabe age insult lands man in trouble
A SLUR on President Robert Mugabe’s advanced age landed a Bindura man in trouble after he reportedly told a fellow worker that he was “President Robert Mugabe’s baboon” and his mind was as old as that of the 91-year-old leader following an altercation over the accused’s wife. ...
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News
Former Supreme Court judge and vice-president of the newly-formed party Zimbabweans United for Democracy (Zunde), Benjamin Paradza, has accused Zanu PF leader President Robert Mugabe and main opposition MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai of being obsessed with power. ...
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News
INFORMATION minister Jonathan Moyo was again yesterday thrust into the centre of worsening Zanu PF fights after a ruling party apologist accused him of using the media to destroy the party from within. ...
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News
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe last Thursday reportedly told his party’s politburo meeting that he borrowed $30 million from Marondera Central MP and ousted ex-Zanu PF Mashonaland East Provincial chairman Ray Kaukonde to fund his family business in 2008, NewsDay can reveal. ...
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National News
The ruling Zanu PF party on Thursday night expelled seven more members bringing the number of those cut loose to more than 10. ...
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Comment & Analysis Letters
THE story with the headline: Mugabe must stop police criminality, cannot go unchallenged. The acquisition of buses and trucks by the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has nothing to do with the alleged suppression of people as alleged. ...
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News
President Robert Mugabe’s comments on Wednesday about Kalangas in South Africa drew the ire of social media users, who argued the remarks were tactless. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials
A tottering Kamuzu Banda totally tripped and ate the pavement (akadl’evhu, as they say in the rich Karanga dialect of Shona) during a State visit to Zimbabwe in the 1990s when the Malawian leader was well into his 90s, evoking both pity and laughter. ...
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News
APOLOGY — President Robert Mugabe chaired his ninth Cabinet meeting yesterday contrary to our report on Tuesday imputing that Cabinet had skipped several meetings as a result of Mugabe’s foreign travels. ...
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News
Zimbabweans living in the Diaspora are sceptical about President Robert Mugabe’s gospel of tolerance. ...
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Business
THE launch of the national corporate governance code by President Robert Mugabe has been set for next month, NewsDay Business can reveal. ...
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Opinion & Editorials
IT never rains, but it pours. When one bad thing happens, a lot of other bad things also happen, making the situation even worse. That is the situation MDC secretary-general Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga finds herself in today. ...
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News
JUSTICE and Constitutional Affairs parliamentary portfolio committee chairperson Jessie Majome says when Parliament resumes sitting next week, her committee plans to take the Executive head-on over its alleged disregard of the Constitution. ...
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