Robert Mugabe

Robert Mugabe

Columnists Opinion & Editorials
A story is told of a young child about five years old who attended church with his mother and father. During the service and as is normal with such a young soul, the young child started to stand up and down, wriggle and fidget. ...
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Zimbabwe's former President Robert Mugabe is auctioning off five combine harvesters and other farm equipment. ...
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National News
REPORTS of two government commissions of inquiry into post-independence massacres in Matabeleland and parts of Midlands “have been lost”, National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) chairperson Justice Selo Nare has claimed. ...
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FORMER President Robert Mugabe is unwell and in Singapore receiving medical attention, President Emmerson Mnangagwa said on Saturday while millions of Zimbabweans contend with lack of drugs at public hospitals. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials
A signature characteristic of former President Robert Mugabe (pictured)’s administration was silence in the face of crippling crises. Zimbabweans, at the height of Mugabe’s rule, had become resigned to fate. ...
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National News
High Court judge Justice Ester Muremba has saved former President Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace, together with their family business Gushungo Holdings, from being promptly evicted from a Mazowe farm after dismissing an urgent chamber application filed by three farmers. ...
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ZANU PF has challenged former President Robert Mugabe to respond to allegations that he was funding opposition leader Nelson Chamisa’s campaign to outfox his rivals ahead of the MDC party’s congress scheduled for May. ...
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THE retirement of four military generals and their immediate reassignment to Foreign Affairs has been widely interpreted as President Emmerson Mnangagwa moving to coup-proof his regime by getting rid of key elements that toppled long-time ruler Robert Mugabe in 2017. However, this could have been a smoke and mirrors game, with the military entrenching itself to drive the country’s diplomatic offensive and direct its foreign policy. ...
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National News
ZANU PF youths have postponed their planned march to express solidarity with President Emmerson Mnangagwa because the event coincided with the burial of former Cabinet minister Callistus Ndlovu at the National Heroes’ Acre tomorrow. ...
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The ancient wisdom of old has one classic nugget, which has remained as true as it was when old barefooted Socrates said it at the banks of the Ganges. Socrates is credited for having said that when one finds themselves in a hole they must stop digging. This is pure logic and the truth of it applies to the Zimbabwean situation with equal force. ...
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National News
The dispute between former President Robert Mugabe’s family business, Gushungo Holdings and Seed Potato Co-op (Pvt) Ltd, is set to be resolved today at the High Court where the two parties will appear before Justice Helena Charehwa. ...
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NewsDay brings you live updates of the media briefing the former president Robert Gabriel Mugabe at his residence in Harare. ...
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President Robert Mugabe is expected to give a speech at the interface rally scheduled to be held in Gweru today. ...
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AMH Voices
The previous weeks and days have not been different, a quick reminder that policy blundering is part of President Robert Mugabe and Zanu PF's DNA. ...
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News
President Robert Mugabe on Thursday fired Sports, Arts and Culture minister Andrew Langa and replaced with Makhosini Hlongwane who has been minister without portfolio since last week. ...
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News
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s call for Africa to immediately withdraw from The Hague-based International Criminal Court has put him under the spot on whether his African Union (AU) chairmanship would be of any value to Africa. ...
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National News Politics
Fresh details have emerged on how the Zanu PF government plotted to kill the late Vice-President Joshua Nkomo at his house in Bulawayo, as authorities escalated the Gukurahundi massacres, newly-released documents, seen by NewsDay, reveal Nkomo survived a mass shooting at his house in Pelandaba, where two of his aides were killed, a clear indication that the government wanted him dead. ...
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News Politics
President Robert Mugabe has reportedly refused to be dragged into “petty constituency fights” rocking Harare East after the party fielded two candidates in one constituency for the June 10 by election. ...
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News
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has revealed how he has fallen several times at his Borrowdale home, adding that his tumble at Harare International Airport last month was nothing new. ...
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MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai yesterday denied accusations by Zanu PF legislators linking him to the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ)’s controversial $1,35 billion debt. ...
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News
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe missed a step and tumbled off the podium moments after arriving from Addis Ababa Ethiopia on Wednesday sending his security team and cabinet ministers present into panic. ...
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Business
EMPOWERMENT lobby body Affirmative Action Group (AAG) says it is planning to present President Robert Mugabe with a global leadership award for championing the indigenisation crusade. ...
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News
A Chicago man was sentenced to 15 months in prison on Tuesday for illegal lobbying on behalf of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and others to try to lift economic sanctions against the African nation. ...
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First Lady Grace Mugabe now has a road named after her.This is after the ruling Zanu PF party grabbed the open space adjacent to the Rainbow Towers Hotel and Harare Magistrates’ Court and renamed it the Robert Mugabe Square. ...
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MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai yesterday said Zanu PF was in the middle of a political storm with President Robert Mugabe’s imminent exit now unavoidable as the ruling party had been hijacked by “nonentities and opportunists”. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials
Self-importance is an awful vice. A story is told of a haughty father who was obsessed by his empire. ...
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News
THE recent fallout between war veterans’ leader Jabulani Sibanda and the association’s patron President Robert Mugabe has left the former fighters sharply divided. ...
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News
EVENTS of the past few weeks are a clear indication that President Robert Mugabe is fast becoming a liability not only to the country, but also to his own party Zanu PF. ...
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President Robert Mugabe yesterday condemned factionalism in his Zanu PF party and warned that sterner measures will be taken against errant and undisciplined party members. ...
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