Information Media and Broadcasting Services minister Jonathan Moyo

Why Prof Moyo lost

Why Prof Moyo lost

MDC-Renewal team leader Tendai Biti may be battling on the political front after challenging party leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s authority, but he struck the right chord with the Supreme Court judges this week resulting in Media, Information and Broadcasting Services minister Jonathan Moyo’s electoral case being tossed out.

Prof Moyo suffers blow

Prof Moyo suffers blow

THE Supreme Court yesterday dismissed with costs an appeal by Media, Information and Broadcasting Services minister Jonathan Moyo against a High Court ruling setting aside his petition seeking the nullification of the July 31 2013 Tsholotsho North National Assembly election result.

Prof Moyo  case opens

Prof Moyo case opens

THE Supreme Court yesterday heard Media, Information and Broadcasting Services minister Jonathan Moyo’s challenge against a High Court ruling setting aside his petition to nullify the Tsholotsho North National Assembly July 31 election results.

PROF MOYO PUZZLE

PROF MOYO PUZZLE

THE unusual step by the police to summon Information minister Jonathan Moyo for questioning over the Baba Jukwa saga could be the clearest indication yet that President Robert Mugabe is ready to sacrifice the Zanu PF strategist.

Biti tackles Prof Moyo

Biti tackles Prof Moyo

MDC-T Rrnewal team leader Tendai Biti is expected to slug it out in the Supreme Court with Information, Media and Broadcasting Services minister Jonathan Moyo who is still challenging his failed bid to retain the Tsholotsho North parliamentary seat.

PROF MOYO DEFIANT

PROF MOYO DEFIANT

A CABINET minister yesterday defended the Information and Media Panel of Inquiry (Impi) saying it was crucial to end the divisions reflected in the media, a day after Zanu PF MP Joseph Chinotimba criticitised allowances paid to panelists.

Prof Moyo summoned

Prof Moyo summoned

MEDIA, Information and Broadcasting Services minister Jonathan Moyo will today appear before Parliament to speak on alignment of media laws with the Constitution.

Prof Jonathan Moyo speaks out

Prof Jonathan Moyo speaks out

MEDIA, Information and Broadcasting Services minister Jonathan Moyo on Friday lambasted some Zimbabweans for viewing the observance of the rule of law and good governance as an attack by foreign enemies.

Moyo speaks on Sunday Mail editor’s arrest

Moyo speaks on Sunday Mail editor’s arrest

Information Media and Broadcasting Services minister Jonathan Moyo on Friday said the arrest of Sunday Mail editor Edmund Kudzayi was an indication that there is rule of law in Zimbabwe.

Prof Moyo plot thickens

Prof Moyo plot thickens

POLICE yesterday arrested the editor of The Sunday Mail newspaper amid fears of a renewed clampdown on journalists precipitated by President Robert Mugabe’s unprecedented attack on Media, Information and Broadcasting Services minister Jonathan Moyo.

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