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Mujuru allies hit back

Mujuru allies hit back

Former Vice-President Joice Mujuru’s camp has written a letter to Sadc leaders asking them to intervene following their inglorious booting out from senior positions, in what is increasingly looking like a long drawn out and acrimonious fight.

Zanu PF plots fresh raid on mines

Zanu PF plots fresh raid on mines

ZANU PF is early next year expected to launch a blitz on mining companies that have not contributed to the community share ownership schemes launched last year, a legislator said.

Tsvangirai woos councillors

Tsvangirai woos councillors

FORMER Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has dispatched emissaries to Bulawayo councillors, who ditched the party to join MDC-Renewal in a bid to woo them back to his MDC-T party.

Mujuru finally loses seat

Mujuru finally loses seat

FORMER Vice-President Joice Mujuru has finally lost her Mt Darwin West constituency after Parliament on Tuesday wrote to President Robert Mugabe declaring the seat vacant.

Govt to spend $9m on chiefs

Govt to spend $9m on chiefs

THE government is set to spend almost $9 million on traditional chiefs’ cars after a parliamentary committee recommended that each of them receive $35 000 instead of $18 000 to buy vehicles.

‘Mugabe creates nation of vendors’

‘Mugabe creates nation of vendors’

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe is “senile with a vituperative wife wholly engrossed in Zanu PF’s factional fights that have turned Zimbabwe into a nation of vendors,” MDC-T leader, Morgan Tsvangirai said yesterday.

Gweru NGO raises dust over political violence

Gweru NGO raises dust over political violence

A newly-formed Gweru-based local non-governmental organisation, Zimbabwe People Protection Forum, has taken a swipe at the Organ on National Healing, Reconciliation and Integration for failing to address the plight of political violence victims.

UMDC plans Bulawayo launch

UMDC plans Bulawayo launch

THE two MDC formations led by Welshman Ncube and Tendai Biti, now operating under the banner United Movement for Democratic Change (UMDC), plan to hold a second launch of the party in Bulawayo early next year with officials saying it is a step towards congress.

MDC-T hails council’s education policy

MDC-T hails council’s education policy

THE MDC-T Bulawayo province has hailed the Bulawayo City Council for crafting an education policy that provides a raft of measures to be adopted by all council schools.

Mugabe misled on Mujuru

Mugabe misled on Mujuru

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe was not properly advised over former Vice-President Joice Mujuru’s continued stay in Parliament, as he should have declared a by-election in her constituency within 90 days of her appointment to the vice-presidency, law experts have said.

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