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People First demands security sector reforms

People First demands security sector reforms

FORMER Vice-President Joice Mujuru’s yet-to-be-launched People First (PF) outfit has joined other opposition parties in demanding security sector reforms.

Coltart spot-on: Analysts

Coltart spot-on: Analysts

POLITICAL analysts yesterday gave the thumps-up to former Education minister David Coltart’s assertion that white Zimbabweans had an equally crucial role to play in shaping the country’s politics just like other races.

Poem chronicling govt ills since 1980 takes kombis by storm

Poem chronicling govt ills since 1980 takes kombis by storm

BARELY two weeks after a song by unknown artistes had taken Bulawayo by storm
chronicling key events in Zimbabwean politics from independence to date, a
poem of a similar nature has been unleashed in protest over various ills
perpetrated by the government in power since 1980.

I AM NOT TIRED

I AM NOT TIRED

He did not say anything about that graduation. In politics you do not get tired, but you may give the young an opportunity with proper guidance while concentrating on other major national political areas.

Outwitted again!

Outwitted again!

FORMER Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai’s preferred mayoral candidates for the country’s major cities fell by the wayside yesterday as the MDC-T appeared to succumb to government threats to block non-elected officials from assuming the posts.

A country in suspended animation

A country in suspended animation

Finally the cabinet is now out. It was a long wait indeed. The carpenter from Njube was taking his time.

Mugabe’s Cabinet will fix things

Mugabe’s Cabinet will fix things

THE NATURE of national politics is that State leaders select their Cabinet according to the prevailing situation within their country. For example a country at war will have its leader select a war cabinet.

Tsvangirai’s D-Day

Tsvangirai’s D-Day

FORMER Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai’s leadership will be tested today when the country’s major cities elect mayors amid lack of clarity on whether MDC-T can choose candidates outside the pool of elected councillors.

Zanu PF invades Bulawayo game park

Zanu PF invades Bulawayo game park

Thirty-FIVE Zanu PF activists, who last month invaded a Bulawayo City Council nature reserve near Cowdray Park and partitioned it into stands, have been evicted.

Charge Guptas with treason — Malema

Charge Guptas with treason — Malema

JOHANNESBURG — The Gupta family should be charged with treason for using Waterkloof Air Force Base, former ANC Youth League president Julius Malema said yesterday.

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