War vets not a tool for Zanu PF: Zipra

Magwizi said ZNLWVA had been in transit for a long time leaving out some members hence the need for the association to be autonomous from Zanu PF.
By Nizbert Moyo Apr. 4, 2024
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War vets pile pressure on Mnangagwa

The group has made it clear that they are opposed to moves to change the constitution to allow Mnangagwa to stand for a third term.
By Nqobani Ndlovu Mar. 31, 2024

Moyo under fire over poor record record

Moyo is alleged to have resettled some Zanu PF youths in the timber and wildlife rich Emmergroon Estate in Gwayi area in the province where the ex-combatants have some A1 plots.
By Staff Reporters Mar. 31, 2024

Corruption Watch: Beware the Third Republic

The war vets say the police said they had been bullied into cancelling the meeting, but didn’t say by who. There is no prize for guessing, though.
By Tawanda Majoni Mar. 17, 2024
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War vets warn against Mnangagwa third term

Mnangagwa, who took over from the former iron-fisted Zanu PF party leader, Robert Mugabe in 2017, is yet to come out publicly on his official position on the matter.
By Nqobani Ndlovu and Nkululeko Sibanda Mar. 17, 2024

War veterans pin hope on new minister

The war veterans said they were ready to collaborate with the government in a bid to have several challenges faced by war veterans addressed.
By Brent Shamu Mar. 12, 2024

War vets demand exhumation, reburial of fallen cadres

The fallen guerrilla 1970s war fighters are presently buried at Freedom Camp, Mkushi in Zambia and Chimoio, Nyadzonya and Tembwe in Mozambique.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Mar. 6, 2024

War vets up in arms with govt over unpaid fees

Contacted for comment, Veterans of the Liberation Struggle Affairs deputy minister, Monica Mavhunga, urged the former freedom fighters to approach the ministry.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Feb. 28, 2024

War vets leader pushes for reburials

He said when the ZNLWVA leadership visited some of the mass graves in Zambia and Mozambique in 2021 and 2022, they discovered that they were in a state of neglect.
By Zerubabel Mudzingwa Feb. 18, 2024