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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 »

Morgan Tsvangirai so near yet so far, Rest in Peace Save!

February 14 2018 – A POWERFUL orator from humble beginnings, Morgan Tsvangirai was arguably Zimbabwe’s most popular politician and came within a whisker of unseating Robert Mugabe only to be outmanoeuvred and ultimately outlived by his long-time nemesis. At the peak of his career, the self-taught son of a brick-layer served as prime minister to Mugabe’s president in a 2009-2013 ... Read More »

No land return for white farmers – Mnangagwa

10 February 2018 – ZIMBABWEAN President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Saturday (today) said the country will not return land seized from former white commercial farmers almost two decades ago. “It will never happen,” Mnangagwa said in a speech to his ZANU-PF party supporters in central Zimbabwe, broadcast on television. His statement comes two months after white farmer Robert Smart got his ... Read More »

Embattled Zuma calls for urgent cabinet meeting

07 Feburaury 2018 – South African President Jacob Zuma summoned cabinet ministers to a meeting in Cape Town on Tuesday, eNCA television reported, as pressure builds on the embattled 75-year-old leader to quit. President Zuma normally holds cabinet meetings on Wednesdays. It was not immediately clear why he had summoned the meeting a day ahead of schedule. South Africa’s ruling ... Read More »

Zanu-PF blasts Mujuru attack

Feburary 03 2018 – Zanu-PF has strongly condemned the violence perpetrated on National People’s Party leader Dr Joice Mujuru and members of her party by unknown assailants in Glen Norah, Harare, on Thursday. Dr Mujuru was on the campaign trail ahead of the forthcoming general elections when the incident occurred. It’s not clear what triggered the attack, but zanu-pf yesterday ... Read More »

Zim elections in 5 months time

January 22 2018 – ZIMBABWE will hold elections in four or five months, ahead of the timeframe stipulated in the constitution, which says elections should be between July 23 and August 21. “Zimbabwe is going for elections in four to five months’ time and we have to preach peace, peace and peace, because we know it is good for us ... Read More »

SA to embark on nationwide awareness program on new minimum wage

January 16 2018 – The SA Department of Labour will this week resume its national series on worker engagement about the implementation of the national minimum wage and amendments to labour legislation. The national minimum wage of R3,500 a month, or R20 per hour for major sectors, is scheduled for implementation from 1 May 2018 as agreed at the National ... Read More »

Jonathan Moyo implores world to help bring back Mugabe or risk chaos

January 13 2018 – FORMER Higher Education minister Jonathan Moyo has called for the international community to help remove the “military government” that “illegally sacked Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe was sacked as president illegally or risk the country descending into chaos. “The president was alleged to have resigned. There is no evidence,” Moyo, a cabinet minister under Mugabe, told Reuters by ... Read More »

Succession chaos rocks MDC -T

January 10 2018 – HINTS by MDC-T president Morgan Tsvangirai’s that he may soon retire from politics may have plunged the opposition party into chaos, exposing the party’s internal fights, as some of its senior officials yesterday boycotted a key meeting. Tsvangirai, who is suffering from cancer of the colon, on Monday hinted he may retire from politics, saying that ... Read More »

Kenya refutes Jonathan Moyo asylum reports

January 08 2018 -KENYAN authorities have refuted reports that former Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo is in the East African country, saying that in fact the controversial minister is still wanted by Kenyan authorities for an alleged $6 million fraud committed in Nairobi. Kenyan authorities say Moyo is still a wanted man after ... Read More »

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