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Activists challenge Mnangwagwa’s legitimacy

March 12 2018- A GROUP of Zimbabweans have taken the issue of President Emmerson Mnagwagwa’s ascendency to power late last year through the help of the army to the Constitutional Court, arguing that his rise to power is unconstitutional as it was in fact a Coup. President of the Revolutionary Freedom Fighters, Linda Musarira, Liberal Democrats, leader Vusumuzi Sibanda and ... Read More »

Mugabe in SA as tension mounts against him back home

March 08 2017 – ZANU-PF youth have displayed their displeasure with the former President Robert Mugabe as tension mounts amid reports that workers at Mugabe’s residence weretaken in for questioning by soldiers on Wednesday morning. Former First Lady Grace Mugabe is said to be unsure whether to remain at the house. Mugabe is known to have come to South Africa ... Read More »

ED welcomes Chamisa to Zimbabwe political trenches

March 05 2018- PRESIDENT Mnangagwa yesterday welcomed MDC-T president Nelson Chamisa to the political trenches after he was given a mandate to represent his party in the forthcoming elections, in what could be a morale booster for the youthful president amid vicious battles for control of the party. He also made a plea for a “competitive, peaceful and positive election ... Read More »

Tsvangirai nurse burial today

March 03 2018- THE Zimbabwean nurse, who created controversy last month, when pictures of her and a dying MDC T, late leader Morgan Tsvangirai, were circulated on social media. The family of the Zimbabwean nurse who worked at a South African hospital where Tsvangirai was hospitalised, suspects her alleged murder was linked to her photograph with the politician in his ... Read More »

SA to probe Zim Tsvangirai nurse ‘mysterious’ death

Feburuary 28 2018 – SA authorities are investigating the death of a Joburg based Zimbabwean nurse , who was found dead after pictures of her posing next to the late MDC-T president Morgan Tsvangirai during his final days went viral on social media,amid fears she could have been murdered. Nomsa Ncube, who worked at the Wits Donald Gordon Medical Centre ... Read More »

Gigaba back at Home Affairs

February 26 2018 – AFTER serving a brief stint as SA’s Finance Minister, Malusi Gigaba is back at Home Affairs following a cabinet reshuffle by new president Cyril Ramaphosa. Whoever heads the ministry is always a concern for most Zimbabweans and migrants in SA, as it usually determines the tone and stance, that SA government will take on issues to ... Read More »

ED and Mugabe to meet for the first time after ouster

February 26 2017 – ZIMBABWEAN President Emmerson Mnangagwa has requested a meeting with his former boss‚ Robert Mugabe. The two former allies are set to meet for the first time since Mnangagwa ascended to power through military assistance. Mugabe said this to close family and friends at his private residence‚ “Blue Roof”‚ in Harare at his 94th birthday celebrations. “He ... Read More »

Tsvangirai body arrives in Buhera as Liz follows by road

February 19 2017 – THE body of the late MDC T president Morgan Tsvangirai who died on Feb. 14 aged 65 after a long battle with cancer, has arrived in his home village of Hamunikw, Buhera, 200 km (130 miles) southeast of Harare, for burial Tuesday. In a sea of red T-shirts, thousands of Zimbabweans bade farewell on Monday to ... Read More »

Mnangagwa bids SA bound students farewell

February 19 2018 – President Mnangagwa has urged South Africa-bound students on the Presidential scholarship to go and acquire knowledge and skills that would assist in the country’s development. The President said this at a ceremony he hosted for the 75 students at State House last week. “You are now going to acquire knowledge and skills at the various universities ... Read More »

JZ follows Mugabe for an early shower

February 14 2017 – JACOB Zuma resigned as President of South Africa on Wednesday, reluctantly heeding orders by the ruling African National Congress (ANC) to bring an end to his nine scandal-plagued years in power. In a 30-minute farewell address to the nation, 75-year-old Zuma said he disagreed with the way the ANC had shoved him towards an early exit ... Read More »

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