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Zanu-Pf ‘Green Bombers’ cross floor to National Patriotic Front

Zanu-Pf ‘Green Bombers’ cross floor to National Patriotic Front

BULAWAYO – The ruling Zanu PF has been dealt a major a blow after about 200 former Zanu PF members and National Youth Service (NYS) graduates defected to the breakaway National Patriotic Front (NPF), citing a number of reasons, including how their leadership was hounded out of the revolutionary party. The Zanu PF defectors, led […]

Thousands Central African Republic Displaced By War Seek Refuge in DR Congo

Thousands Central African Republic Displaced By War Seek Refuge in DR Congo

The U.N. refugee agency reports an uptick in fighting in south-eastern Central African Republic has driven more than 7.000 people to abandon their homes and seek refuge in a remote area in DR Congo over the past week. The U.N. refugee agency describes the refugees as desperate, weary and in urgent need of assistance. UNHCR […]

‘We Condemn the Illegal Occupation of Land’ – President Ramaphosa

‘We Condemn the Illegal Occupation of Land’ – President Ramaphosa

President Cyril Ramaphosa has said during his Presidency budget vote debate in Parliament that the government condemns the illegal occupation of land. “Land reform is an essential part of our economic growth strategy,” Ramaphosa told the House on Wednesday. “The Freedom Charter says that the land shall be shared among those who work it. “We […]

Trouble for Olusegun Obasanjo As Nigerian Govt Revisits Probe of $16bn Power Spending

Trouble for Olusegun Obasanjo As Nigerian Govt Revisits Probe of $16bn Power Spending

Abuja — There are indications that former President Olusegun Obasanjo may be in for serious trouble, as the federal government plans to begin a fresh probe of how $16billion earmarked for power projects during his administration was spent. This is coming just as President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday challenged Obasanjo to show Nigerians the electricity he […]

‘President Buhari Must Wake Up’ Bishops Say After Church Attack

‘President Buhari Must Wake Up’ Bishops Say After Church Attack

Nationwide protests were held this week in Nigeria to mark the funeral of two priests and 17 church members in Benue State. The government must do more to protect the people, Nigeria’s Catholic bishops say. Felicia Tabo slowly makes her way through the crowds of people. “I came all the way from Abuja,” Tabo says, […]

Former Nonagenarian Mugabe snubs Parly, summoned again

Former Nonagenarian Mugabe snubs Parly, summoned again

FORMER President Robert Mugabe yesterday failed to turn up to Parliament after being summoned to give oral evidence on the missing $15 billion diamond revenue, which he alluded to in 2016. Parliament then summoned him again to appear before the Portfolio Committee on Mines and Energy on Monday. Committee chairperson, Temba Mliswa told journalists that […]

Zanu PF disowns ‘reckless’ Finance deputy minister Terrence Mukupe utterances

Zanu PF disowns ‘reckless’  Finance deputy minister Terrence Mukupe utterances

GOVERNMENT yesterday described as “reckless, unlawful and contemptuous” the recent statement by Finance deputy minister Terrence Mukupe that the military would not allow MDC-T presidential candidate, Nelson Chamisa to rule if he wins this year’s polls. Mukupe, who is Zanu PF parliamentary candidate for Harare East, made the remarks at a campaign meeting in the […]

Johanne Marange Apostolic Church says Mnangagwa will win elections

Johanne Marange Apostolic Church says Mnangagwa will win elections

THE Johanne Marange Apostolic Church yesterday “prophesied” a President Emmerson Mnangagwa victory in the forthcoming general elections. Addressing thousands of party supporters at St Noah College in Mafararikwa in Marange, Mnangagwa said he has already been invited to officially open a state-of-the-art stadium in two years’ in his capacity as the winning candidate in the […]

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa will donate half his salary to charity

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa will donate half his salary to charity

President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Wednesday that he will contribute half of his Presidential salary to a fund to be managed by the Nelson Mandela Foundation. The president made the statement during his Presidency Budget Vote in Parliament. Ramaphosa said that the Nelson Mandela foundation will direct the resources to small social projects scattered across […]

Kim Jong Un is reportedly worried that a military coup could take place while he’s in Singapore

Kim Jong Un is reportedly worried that a military coup could take place while he’s in Singapore

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is said to be anxious about his summit with President Donald Trump in Singapore next month. Citing sources familiar with the preparations, The Washington Post reported Tuesday that Kim was less concerned about meeting Trump than he was about what might happen at home in Pyongyang while he’s gone. […]

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