LOCAL Government minister Ignatius Chombo, was yesterday barred by the High Court from proceeding with the installation of a Masvingo chief after it emerged the stipulated procedures had not been followed.
TRANSPORT and Infrastructural Development minister Obert Mpofu yesterday declared that all kraal and village heads belonged to Zanu PF and those who did not support the party must be removed.
MDC-Renewal team leader Tendai Biti may be battling on the political front after challenging party leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s authority, but he struck the right chord with the Supreme Court judges this week resulting in Media, Information and Broadcasting Services minister Jonathan Moyo’s electoral case being tossed out.
SOME founding members of the MDC yesterday blamed the elevation into strategic positions people they described as omafikizolo (Johnny-come-lately) for the problems bedevilling the opposition party.
THE Supreme Court yesterday dismissed with costs an appeal by Media, Information and Broadcasting Services minister Jonathan Moyo against a High Court ruling setting aside his petition seeking the nullification of the July 31 2013 Tsholotsho North National Assembly election result.
THE stampede to endorse President Robert Mugabe’s wife, Grace, as the new Zanu PF women’s league secretary-general hit a bizarre note yesterday with war veterans leader Jabulani Sibanda describing her as Mother Theresa.
FORMER Mines minister Obert Mpofu was yesterday accused of single-handedly running the Zimbabwe Mining Development Corporation (ZMDC) for four months after dissolving its board of directors soon after his appointment.
WAR veterans’ leader Jabulani Sibanda last week descended on Bulawayo Polytechnic College where he made a passionate plea to students to be patriotic and “to look up to God”.
THE Morgan Tsvangirai-led MDC-T provincial assemblies will next Wednesday meet at the party headquarters in Harare to debate the proposed ammendment to the party constitution aimed at creating an expanded presidium.
THE Supreme Court yesterday heard Media, Information and Broadcasting Services minister Jonathan Moyo’s challenge against a High Court ruling setting aside his petition to nullify the Tsholotsho North National Assembly July 31 election results.