FIRST LADY Grace Mugabe yesterday demanded Vice-President Joice Mujuru resign immediately, accusing her of plotting a coup against President Robert Mugabe soon after her elevation in 2004.
ZAPU leader Dumiso Dabengwa believes Zanu PF’s problems have mounted since 2008, when he left the party, with infighting escalating and clear battle lines being drawn.
FIRST LADY Grace Mugabe was lost and may have been misinformed when she spoke of the divisions within the Zanu PF province, the party’s provincial chairman, Callistus Ndlovu has said.
BULAWAYO residents overwhelmingly endorsed the local authority’s proposed 4% rate increase in next year’s budget.
THE case involving Bulawayo deputy mayor Gift Banda, who was charged with contempt of court after he defaulted paying maintenance towards his child, took a new twist yesterday, as a warrant of arrest was issued for the mother of the child.
MDC-Renewal has begun constituting what it calls shadow provincial and metropolitan councils, which it says will monitor service delivery in cities in the wake of Zanu PF’s failure to implement devolution, despite it being provided for in the Constitution.
ZIMBABWE’S former ambassador to South Africa, Phelekezela Mphoko yesterday filed his opposing papers in a case where he is accused of grabbing a farm in Umguza.
THE widow of the late Patrick Nabanyama, David Coltart’s election campaign manager in the 2000 elections, Patricia has expressed dismay at the MDC as a party for failing to help her and her family, saying she was struggling to make ends meet.
FIRST LADY Grace Mugabe has angered a number of people within Zanu PF and sections of the party are calling for the issue to be discussed at the party’s politburo meeting on Friday or at the December congress, former Midlands governor Cephas Msipa said yesterday.
A STUDENT kissing ban imposed by the University of Zimbabwe is “nonsensical”, a student representative has told the BBC.