Kembo Mohadi

Minister linked to farm chaos

Minister linked to farm chaos

State security minister Kembo Mohadi and the acting Zanu PF Matabeleland South chairman Rapelang Choene have been singled out as key people behind the chaos at one of Beitbridge’s most prized game sanctuaries.

Mohadi bemoans rise in irregular migration

Mohadi bemoans rise in irregular migration

STATE Security minister Kembo Mohadi has expressed concern over the increased number of people using unothordox means to cross borders in Southern Africa.

Mugabe’s Cabinet reshuffle resembles 2002 war cabinet- Bhebhe

Mugabe’s Cabinet reshuffle resembles 2002 war cabinet- Bhebhe

MDC-T organising secretary Abednico Bhebhe has said President Robert Mugabe’s Cabinet reshuffle resembled the 2002 war Cabinet that was aimed at retrogression and wrecking the economy through fighting the West and curtailing human freedoms of Zimbabweans.

Mohadi-linked firm in fresh row

Mohadi-linked firm in fresh row

TWENTY-three people claiming to be former employees of a company at the centre of an ugly wrangle between Home Affairs minister Kembo Mohadi and a Beitbridge businessman have taken the firm’s liquidator to arbitration claiming payment of outstanding salaries.

Byo woman sues police for $10 000

Byo woman sues police for $10 000

A BULAWAYO woman who was shot in the foot by a police officer pursuing a fleeing commuter omnibus, is demanding $10 000 compensation from the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) and the kombi driver as compensation.

Judge embarrasses Kembo Mohadi

Judge embarrasses Kembo Mohadi

HOME AFFAIRS minister Kembo Mohadi has suffered a blow in his quest to grab a fuel station in Beitbridge after a High Court judge barred him from interfering with operations of an investor — AfricOil, which has bought the liquidated fuel depot Red Queen for about $2,3 million.

VP candidate defies Grace Mugabe

VP candidate defies Grace Mugabe

ONE of the candidates for the vice-presidency former Zipra commander Ambrose Mutinhiri yesterday said he stood by his word that he was interested in the post, despite First Lady Grace Mugabe berating the aspirants.

Grace stuns Zanu PF

Grace stuns Zanu PF

FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe yesterday rounded up her tour of Matabeleland with a rally in Bulawayo where she unleashed a stinging rebuke on the Zanu PF Bulawayo province and the five candidates vying for the vice-presidency.

Police assault victims file $9k lawsuit

Police assault victims file $9k lawsuit

THREE Chiredzi women who successfully sued three police constables based at Gezani Police Station as well as police Commissioner-Genera Augustine Chihuri and the then Home Affairs co-ministers Kembo Mohadi and Theresa Makone over an unwarranted assault and torture claim, are demanding $9 000 in compensation.

Deputy Sheriff in trouble over Mohadi case

Deputy Sheriff in trouble over Mohadi case

THE Beitbridge Deputy Sheriff Nkululeko Mbedzi has been accused of failing to execute a writ attaching houses belonging to Home Affairs minister Kembo Mohadi and his business partner.

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