SOME Zanu PF politburo members from Bulawayo province yesterday described war veterans’ leader Jabulani Sibanda as a divisive figure, saying he should not be supported for the ruling party’s chairmanship.
EXILED fugitive Paul Siwela, who fronts the secessionist Matabeleland Liberation Organisation, has predicted a Zanu PF implosion if President Robert Mugabe’s wife, Grace, continues to be pushed into the ruling party’s top echelons of power.
A ZANU PF senator has claimed that Western countries are encouraging Zimbabwean males to be circumcised as a ploy to weaken them so they can take over their land and women.
ZANU PF chairperson Simon Khaya Moyo yesterday read the riot act against party officials locked in a war of words over First Lady Grace Mugabe’s ascendancy into the party’s top organs.
A SENIOR Zanu PF official in Matabeleland South has urged former PF Zapu leaders to shun factionalism that is threatening to tear the ruling Zanu PF party apart and focus only on backing President Robert Mugabe.
ZANU PF’s Harare province yesterday moved in to nominate First Lady Grace Mugabe to the central committee, in an apparent bid to silence her backers who had begun to wage a war against those suspected to be unhappy with her elevation.
THE fallout over First Lady Grace Mugabe’s imminent elevation that is rocking Zanu PF’s Harare province deepened yesterday with provincial chairperson Amos Midzi taking a dig at politburo members he accused of mischief.
President Robert Mugabe was yesterday welcomed with full military honours on a five-day state visit to China, during which he hopes to secure more investment in his country’s ailing economy.
Kwekwe Central MP Masango Matambanadzo and his bodyguard Beden Mawire yesterday appeared in court facing charges of assaulting Gokwe Kana MP Owen Ncube last month.
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