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Mnangagwa Assures Investors He Will Be Around After Polls

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa told foreign investors on Friday that his ruling ZANU-PF party would still be in power after the July elections and dismissed the ... Full story

Connemara Pleads For Prisoners

GWERU – Prison guards at Connemara are heading cattle, tending to fields and guarding crops against baboons because the recent Amnesty by President Mnangagwa has ... Full story

Mnangagwa warns would-be plotters against his rule

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa on Wednesday said he has unearthed a plot to impeach him soon after the elections by candidate MPs from his own Zanu ... Full story

Zim's New Boeing Aircraft Sent For Repairs A Month After Delivery

A Boeing aircraft belonging to Zimbabwe's new airline has been flown back to Malaysia for a service barely a month after it landed in Harare. The ... Full story

Over 100 Names Missing On Voters’ Roll In Binga

MDC-T Matabeleland North provincial spokesperson Themba Munkombwe has claimed that over 100 villagers’ names were missing from the voters’ roll at one of the polling ... Full story

Masvingo Mayor Loses MDC Primary Election

MASVINGO Mayor, Hubert Fidze is one of the biggest casualties of the MDC T primary elections after he lost in  Ward 6. Fidze lost to former ... Full story

Mnangagwa 'In SA For Medical Checks'

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has reportedly left the country for "medical checks" in South Africa. A report quoted government sources as saying that Mnangagwa had travelled for ... Full story

Ex-Minister Claims CIO Death Threat

FORMER Higher and Tertiary education deputy minister Godfrey Gandawa has accused members of the Central Intelligence Organisation of threatening to kill him after his decision ... Full story

Journalist Narrates Ordeal In The Hands Of Abusive Minister

MY horror encounter with Finance deputy minister Terrence Mukupe on Thursday May 24, will remain etched in my mind forever. Early in the day a colleague ... Full story

Zim's New Party Aims At 'Modernising' Rural Areas While 'Keeping Traditions Intact'

ZIMBABWE'S newly formed opposition, the Chiefs Party, says it is aiming at making an impact in the country's rural areas "which need to be modernised" ... Full story

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