President Robert Mugabe

President Robert Mugabe

Opinion & Editorials
“Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears; I come to bury Caesar, not to praise him. The evil that men do lives after them; The good is oft interred with their bones; So let it be with Caesar,” Mark Anthony in Julius Caesar. ...
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National News
FORMER Zanu PF secretary for administration Didymus Mutasa’s vehicle and generator will go under the hammer next week to settle US$26 000 in legal fees owed to lawyers Nyakutombwa and Mugabe Legal Counsel. ...
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National News
THE ruling Zanu PF party wants war veterans, seen as key allies of President Emmerson Mnangagwa, to hold key positions as part of its restructuring exercise in a move observers say is akin to militarising the revolutionary party. ...
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National News
THE Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) has sensationally claimed it has no power to investigate human rights abuses by President Robert Mugabe as the fallout over Manzou Farm exploded. ...
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National News
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has lashed out at continental powerhouses South Africa and Nigeria for being complicit in the death of his slain ally, Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi, five years after the event. ...
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National News Politics
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe flies into a fierce political storm in Gweru on Friday, where he is scheduled to address a Zanu PF youth interface campaign rally, with Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s loyalists threatening to use the occasion to hit back at their rivals for allegedly food poisoning the “Midlands godfather” in an assassination attempt, two weeks ago. ...
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National News
THE Zanu PF government recently declared President Robert Mugabe’s birthday, February 21, a public holiday in honour of the veteran politician who turns 94 next year. However, the move has received mixed reactions from a cross section of society, including opposition parties, who dismissed it as a bootlicking exercise. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials
NOW that the push by the Zanu PF youth wing has yielded results after government declared President Robert Mugabe’s February 21 date of birth a national holiday, multitudes of them may be asking themselves the question, then what? ...
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AMH Voices
What really does Mbeki mean by saying he does not interferes in other people’s affairs? ...
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News Politics
MATABELELAND region will be a hive of activity on Friday, as President Robert Mugabe and MDC-T leader, Morgan Tsvangirai descend on the region to canvass for support ahead of next year’s general elections. ...
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News
SCHOOL heads and pupils in Matabeleland North province have reportedly been ordered to attend President Robert Mugabe’s youth interface rally to be held in Lupabe at a date yet to be advised. ...
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National News
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has reshuffled some permanent secretaries, with under-fire Mines and Mining Development secretary Francis Gudyanga reassigned to the Higher and Tertiary Education ministry. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials
TOKWE-MUKOSI flood victims who, for the last three years, felt abandoned following the flood disaster that struck their community, had pinned their hopes on President Robert Mugabe’s visit on Thursday, but were left disappointed once again. ...
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National News
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe yesterday reportedly cancelled the Zanu PF politburo meeting, initially scheduled for today, to entertain his guest, Lesotho’s King Letsie III, who is in the country on a four-day State visit. ...
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National News
VISITING Lesotho King Letsie III, born David Mohato Bereng Seeiso, is reportedly on a mission to consult President Robert Mugabe and members of his inner circle on election management as the mountain kingdom prepares for crunch polls in June this year, NewsDay has learnt. ...
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National News
Masvingo City Council has revived its blitz on vendors ahead of President Robert Mugabe’s visit tomorrow ostensibly to give a semblance of order in the country’s first urban settlement. ...
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National News
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has reportedly been pushed against the wall after the Zanu PF Manicaland provincial leadership demanded that the late retired High Court judge Justice Simpson Mtambanengwe be declared a national hero. ...
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National News
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe left Harare for fresh “health check-ups” in Singapore yesterday — hardly a week after rejecting the profiling that Zimbabwe was “a fragile State” and instead declaring it is the second most developed in Africa, NewsDay has learnt. ...
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No crisis in Zim: Mugabe
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has scoffed at insinuations that Zimbabwe is in crisis and instead boldly declared the country’s economy is second only to South Africa on the continent. ...
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National News
WAR veterans have warned President Robert Mugabe that he might go down together with his beleaguered Zanu PF national political commissar, Saviour Kasukuwere in next year’s general elections if he continues shielding the latter. ...
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National News
President Robert Mugabe has reportedly ordered Harare City Council to ditch French company, Veolia Africa, initially shortlisted to refurbish the city’s water treatment plant, on allegations that the firm has a questionable global reputation. ...
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National News Politics
OPPOSITION MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai has accused President Robert Mugabe of privatising the country, making a few political elites enjoy at the expense of the majority. ...
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National News
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has been accused of stifling the implementation of relevant constitutional amendments to economically and socially empower women. ...
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National News
President Robert Mugabe has reportedly appointed a Cabinet committee to probe shady land deals in all major urban centres, as government closes in on land barons ahead of next year’s general elections. ...
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National News Politics
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe yesterday poured scorn at opposition political parties’ efforts to form a grand coalition to contest against Zanu PF in next year’s elections, saying this was nothing but a mirage, which will suffer a “grand” loss. ...
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National News
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s Cabinet ministers yesterday appeared to authenticate speculative media reports about the 93-year-old leader’s ill-health and frailty when they presented him with a “special massage chair” as a belated birthday present, with critics insisting it was a wheelchair. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials
FOR the first time this year, President Robert Mugabe has stayed in Zimbabwe for a period straddling two consecutive weeks. ...
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News
VIVA Zimbabwe leader, William Gerald Mutumanje, popularly known as Acie Lumumba (pictured), yesterday again tore into President Robert Mugabe ...
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AMH Voices
The bravery shown by former Vice-President Joice Mujuru in re-entering politics on the opposition side should not be questioned at all. ...
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