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Vice President Constantino Chiwenga ‘critical’ in South Africa hospital

Vice President Constantino Chiwenga ‘critical’ in South Africa hospital

HARARE – Vice President Constantino Chiwenga is hospitalised in South Africa, sources have told ZimLive. Chiwenga abruptly left a Cabinet meeting on October 2 after falling violently sick, and was rushed to hospital later than night. He reappeared in public on October 4 at a Zanu PF politburo meeting, with visible swelling on his hands. […]

Burundian Experience Offers Insights for the Zimbabwe Opposition

Burundian Experience Offers Insights for the Zimbabwe Opposition

The important lesson for Zimbabwe’s opposition from what happened in Burundi in 2010 is that participation is key. Despite what may look like injustice, it is good for the Zimbabwean opposition to stay within decision-making institutions such as the national assembly in order to counter any move that would otherwise lead to devastating consequences such […]

‘Mnangagwa’s Commission of Inquiry is a joke’..full list of 7 member team

‘Mnangagwa’s Commission of Inquiry is a joke’..full list of 7 member team

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has appointed a seven-member Commission of Inquiry into the August 1 killing of unarmed protestors. But the inclusion of Zanu PF apologist Professor Charity Manyeruke raises serious questions about Mnangagwa’s commitment to truth, many think this could be another big cover up unfolding. “There is only one name which reeks of oddity […]

CapiTalk’s Nyanhi, Ruvheneko ousted in Zimpapers purge

CapiTalk’s Nyanhi, Ruvheneko ousted in Zimpapers purge

HARARE – CapiTalk station manager Napoleon Nyanhi and star presenter Ruvheneko Parirenyatwa have left the Zimbabwe Newspapers Group-owned radio station in an ongoing purge of journalists exhibiting an independent streak. Nyanhi was sent home after the radio station opened phone lines in the wake of the August 1 military massacre in Harare, in which at […]

Old Zimbabwe Is the New Zimbabwe

Old Zimbabwe Is the New Zimbabwe

The old guns have retained power in Zimbabwe. On Friday the country’s constitutional court confirmed Emmerson Mnangagwa, the leader of the incumbent Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front, as the president after rejecting a legal challenge by the leading opposition party seeking the annulment of the results of the country’s July 30 election. According to the […]

Zimbabwe is still in trouble, but it’s under too little pressure to change

Zimbabwe is still in trouble, but it’s under too little pressure to change

Zimbabwe reached a major milestone this year, holding its first parliamentary and presidential elections since Robert Mugabe was removed from power after 37 years of continuous rule. Mugabe’s ZANU-PF party was led on the ballot by his usurper, Emmerson Mnangagwa, who promised the elections would be free and fair. In a refreshing change, for the […]

Zimbabwe says ‘hostility of the West’ putting off renewed investment

Zimbabwe says ‘hostility of the West’ putting off renewed investment

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – Western hostility towards Zimbabwe is deterring investment, the presidency spokesman said on Tuesday, comments in sharp contrast with President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s previous efforts to woo Western governments. Mnangagwa has made progress in improving Zimbabwe’s relations with Western states before and after he won a July 30 presidential election, the first since the […]

No one ordered fatal shootings: Emmerson Mnangagwa

No one ordered fatal shootings: Emmerson Mnangagwa

PRESIDENT-ELECT Emmerson Mnangagwa has sensationally claimed that none of his lieutenants gave orders for the fatal shooting of seven civilians, where soldiers opened fired into groups of protesters in Harare on August 1 to quell protests by opposition MDC Alliance activists. In a recent interview with Independent Foreign Service, Mnangagwa said he regretted the killings, […]

Just step down: Chamisa taunts President-elect Emmerson Mnangagwa

Just step down: Chamisa taunts President-elect Emmerson Mnangagwa

OPPOSITION MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa yesterday ordered his political nemesis President-elect Emmerson Mnangagwa to do the “most gracious and revolutionary thing” by conceding defeat and start negotiating his retirement package before Wednesday to avoid humiliation at the Constitutional Court (ConCourt). Chamisa told NewsDay that it was clear from responses by Mnangagwa and the Zimbabwe […]

Zanu-PF’s human rights record appalling

Zanu-PF’s human rights record appalling

MUTARE – ZANU PF stands accused of a heinous genocidal civil war that is estimated to have claimed over 20 000 civilians in Matabeleland and Midlands provinces, suspicious deaths by accident of numerous political figures, abductions and disappearances.The bottom line — its human rights record is inexcusable. Its lack of respect for human and property […]

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