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I’ll stand in leg irons or not: JB Sibanda

I’ll stand in leg irons or not: JB Sibanda

FORMER war veterans’ leader Jabulani Sibanda (pictured) yesterday vowed to fight from within Zanu PF saying change was still possible without splitting the ruling party.

NO FREE SEATS FOR ZANU PF

NO FREE SEATS FOR ZANU PF

Zanu PF will not have the five vacant Bulawayo parliamentary seats on a silver platter after its candidates were challenged in all constituencies at the close of the nomination court yesterday.

Moyo reads riot act to civil servants

Moyo reads riot act to civil servants

Zanu PF central committee member July Moyo says civil servants against the government’s economic blueprint, ZimAsset, are gamatox, a reference to a faction aligned to former Vice-President Joice Mujuru.

Full list of Bulawayo, Tsholotsho North by-elections candidates

Full list of Bulawayo, Tsholotsho North by-elections candidates

The nomination court for the six by-elections in Bulawayo and Tsholotsho North sat in Bulawayo on Thursday ahead of the June 14 polls. Below is the list of candidates who successfully lodged their papers with the court.

Rights violation charge laid against Zulu king

Rights violation charge laid against Zulu king

Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini faces another charge of hate speech and violating human rights – this time by the SA National Defence Union.

Zapu to contest June 10 by-elections

Zapu to contest June 10 by-elections

Zapu says it will participate in the forthcoming by-elections despite the stance taken by its opposition allies to boycott the June 10 polls citing an uneven playing field.

Mujuru allies to contest by-elections

Mujuru allies to contest by-elections

A top ally of expelled Zimbabwe vice president Joice Mujuru has revealed that their group will field candidates against President Robert Mugabe’s Zanu-PF in the June 10 parliamentary by-elections.

Stop it, Moyo tells Zulu King

Stop it, Moyo tells Zulu King

Information minister Jonathan Moyo says Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini must intervene to end the xenophobic attacks in South Africa where lives of thousands of Zimbabweans could be in danger.

MDC Renewal MPs lose case

MDC Renewal MPs lose case

The Constitutional Court on Tuesday dismissed the case of 21 legislators from MDC Renewal Team who were challenging their expulsion from Parliament.

Four die in xenophobic attacks

Four die in xenophobic attacks

Home Affairs minister Kembo Mohadi yesterday said the government has not received any reports of Zimbabweans caught up in attacks against foreigners in neighbouring South Africa.

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