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Presidium wades into farm dispute

Presidium wades into farm dispute

VICE-PRESIDENT Phelekezela Mphoko is expected to visit troubled Maleme Ranch in Matobo, as tensions increase following its acquisition.

Zanu PF warns Mutasa

Zanu PF warns Mutasa

ZANU PF has warned ousted party secretary for administration Didymus Mutasa against standing as the ruling party’s candidate in the Headlands constituency, saying he remained fired and described his actions as absurd.

UMDC ready for launch

UMDC ready for launch

THE United Movement for Democratic Change (UMDC) is set to have a rally on Sunday at Stanley Square in Makokoba, Bulawayo, with anticipation and excitement growing ahead of the united party’s first rally.

Vic Falls under lockdown

Vic Falls under lockdown

VICTORIA FALLS is literally under lockdown as State security agents descended on the resort town ahead of President Robert Mugabe ’s 91st birthday bash tomorrow.

Zesn blasts Mnangagwa over campaign remarks

Zesn blasts Mnangagwa over campaign remarks

THE Zimbabwe Election Support Network (Zesn) yesterday expressed deep concern over remarks by Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa that Zanu PF has the capacity of “fencing out” opposition members during elections, saying this had the potential of inciting violence against political rivals.

Moyo faces Zanu PF axe

Moyo faces Zanu PF axe

ZANU PF spokesperson Simon Khaya Moyo is next on the party’s firing line, as he is accused of continuing to fraternise with the purged “gamatox” faction, party insiders revealed yesterday.

Mugabe coy on Gukurahundi

Mugabe coy on Gukurahundi

PRESIDENTIAL spokesperson George Charamba yesterday chose to be coy on when President Robert Mugabe was likely to release the Chihambakwe Commission of Enquiry Report on Gukurahundi, which is likely to give clarity on the post-independence genocide.

VP exposes rigging strategy

VP exposes rigging strategy

VICE-PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa last weekend unwittingly exposed Zanu PF’s election rigging strategies when he told party members in the Midlands that they had devised a system where traditional leaders, ward chairpersons and councillors would closely monitor their subjects to ensure they voted the ruling party’s candidates in the forthcoming by-elections slated for March 27.

Mzila Ndlovu bags MDC secretarial post

Mzila Ndlovu bags MDC secretarial post

FORMER legislator Moses Mzila Ndlovu has been appointed acting secretary-general (SG) of the Welshman Ncube-led MDC, taking over from Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga who quit the post recently.

MDC-T officials cry foul over rigged election

MDC-T officials cry foul over rigged election

MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai last Thursday ordered the Midlands North provincial executive to hold fresh elections to fill their quota of three members who will represent them at national executive level.

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