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I’m not scared: Mutasa

I’m not scared: Mutasa

FORMER Zanu PF secretary for administration Didymus Mutasa has said he is ready to appear before a disciplinary committee set to deal with his case, cheekily equating his impending disciplinary hearing to ones he attended to during the colonial era.

MDC-T threatens action over Kereke

MDC-T threatens action over Kereke

THE MDC-T has again threatened to approach the Constitutional Court to force Parliament to declare Munyaradzi Kereke’s Bikita West seat vacant and call for a by-election.

Four challenge Mnangagwa in election

Four challenge Mnangagwa in election

FOUR candidates will challenge Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s wife Auxillia in the Chirumanzu-Zibagwe constituency, after they submitted their nomination papers to contest the seat yesterday.

Mutasa threat to Zanu PF: Analysts

Mutasa threat to Zanu PF: Analysts

ZANU PF seems to have been rattled by a somewhat unexpected move by former secretary for administration, Didymus Mutasa, to take the party head-on, as it seems not unsure how to handle what it sees as rebellion.

MUTASA SURVIVES AXE BUT . . .

MUTASA SURVIVES AXE BUT . . .

FORMER Zanu PF secretary for administration Didymus yesterday survived expulsion from the ruling party, but a group of National Youth Service (NYS) recruits, popularly known as Border Gezi, have threatened unspecified action on the former Presidential Affairs minister.

Gukurahundi: Group approaches court

Gukurahundi: Group approaches court

BULAWAYO-BASED civic organisation Ibhetshu Likazulu has approached the courts to compel the police to allow the group to hold a commemoration for victims of the Gukurahundi genocide.

Biti calls for protests against Zanu PF

Biti calls for protests against Zanu PF

MDC-RENEWAL secretary-general Tendai Biti yesterday called on citizens to confront Zanu PF by challenging its rule, but fell short of calling for overt protests against the ruling party.

D-Day for Mutasa

D-Day for Mutasa

THE Zanu PF politburo is today expected to decide the fate of former Presidential Affairs minister Didymus Mutasa following his fallout with top party leaders including President Robert Mugabe after he challenged the way they conducted the party’s congress last month.

Mugabe under fire over insults

Mugabe under fire over insults

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has come under fire for using “un-presidential” language and insulting political foes who cannot respond to his tirades because he is protected by law.

Zanu PF in U-turn over MPs

Zanu PF in U-turn over MPs

ZANU PF has made a U-turn on earlier threats to expel and recall from Parliament more than 100 MPs reportedly linked to ousted former Vice-President Joice Mujuru.

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