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28 May 2017
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25 Apr 2017
Grace Mugabe blocks high level probe against Kasukuwere
President Robert Mugabe’s wife Grace has reportedly told five top Zanu-PF officials, who are investigating the party’s embattled political commissar Saviour Kasukuwere, to call off a meeting in...
10 Apr 2017
Daily Podcast – April 10, 2017
Making headlines: Joint media briefing planned for 'national day of action' Mugabe tells jobless Zimbabweans to create their own employment And, final Kathrada memorial marred by ANC Youth League...
'Create own employment,' Mugabe tells jobless Zimbabweans
President Robert Mugabe has reportedly called on Zimbabweans to start creating their own jobs instead of waiting to be employed. According to NewsDay, the veteran leader said this while speaking...
13 Jan 2017
Debate on Mugabe's successor 'is a sign of indiscipline, avoid it'
Zimbabwe's National Assembly Speaker Jacob Mudenda has reportedly said that the ongoing debates within the ruling Zanu-PF party about President Robert Mugabe's "potential" successor are "premature"...
02 Dec 2016
Zim govt won't disclose where bond notes are printed – report
Zimbabwe's deputy president Emmerson Mnangagwa has reportedly refused to disclose where the newly introduced surrogate currency known as "bond notes" is being printed. According to NewsDay,...
22 Nov 2016
I'm already president, Grace Mugabe claims – report
Zimbabwean First Lady Grace Mugabe has reportedly told the ruling Zanu-PF party women's league that she is already the president, as she "plans and does everything with President Robert Mugabe"....
15 Nov 2016
War between Mugabe, former freedom fighters escalates – report
Zimbabwean War veterans have reportedly told President Robert Mugabe to ditch the Generation 40 (G40), which is largely believed to be allied to his wife Grace, if he wants to work with them again....
28 Oct 2016
I won't protect corrupt officials, says Mugabe
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has said that he won't be protecting any government officials accused of corruption, adding that those accused of graft must, however, be given a chance to answer...
12 Oct 2016
No funds for diaspora vote, Zim electoral commission says
Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) has claimed that it does not have resources to allow Zimbabweans in the diaspora to vote during the upcoming 2018 elections, a report said on Wednesday....
11 Oct 2016
Former Zim VP Mujuru applauds 'brave' Tsvangirai
Zimbabwe's former deputy president, now leader of the Zimbabwe Peoples First (ZimPF), Joice Mujuru has showered the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) leader Morgan Tsvangirai with praises....
04 Oct 2016
Zim war vets 'join opposition parties to demand electoral reforms'
Zimbabwe's war veterans have reportedly joined opposition parties in demanding electoral reforms, ahead of the country's 2018 elections. According to NewsDay, the ex-freedom fighters led by former...
20 Sep 2016
Zanu-PF youths threaten fresh Zim land grabs – report
Zimbabwe's ruling Zanu-PF party youths have threatened fresh farm invasions ahead of the much anticipated elections in 2018, said a report on Tuesday. According to NewsDay, Zanu-PF youth secretary...
16 Sep 2016
Mugabe's govt already planning to rig 2018 vote – opposition claims
Zimbabwe's opposition parties under the banner National Electoral Reforms Agenda (Nera) have accused the ruling Zanu-PF government of having started "a process of rigging the upcoming 2018...
06 Sep 2016
Zimbabwe faces 'imminent terror attack', police claim
Police in Zimbabwe have claimed that the southern African country is facing an "imminent terror attack", hence the move by the security forces to ban all demonstrations and political rallies,...
18 Aug 2016
Zim opposition demands meeting with Mugabe over declining economy
Zimbabwe's opposition political parties have requested a meeting with President Robert Mugabe, and his state security chiefs over the country's deteriorating economy, said a report on Thursday....
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