Andrew Langa has heaped praise on the party’s national chairperson Simon Khaya Moyo claiming that he was instrumental in the rise of the late Vice-President Joshua Nkomo’s popularity as he was always with him.
ZANU PF national chairperson and senior minister Simon Khaya Moyo yesterday launched a booklet entitled Unity and Honour: 22 December 2013, which is a collection of speeches honouring the late Vice-President Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo.
The Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education has said the deployment of teachers is the responsibility of the Civil Service Commission as the debate on the deployment of non-Ndebele speaking teachers in Matabeleland hots up.
Zanu PF chairman Simon Khaya-Moyo yesterday said the party will rule until donkeys grow horns, as he gathered several government ministers to address issues affecting Matabeleland that have given rise to sentiments that the region is marginalised.
ZANU PF chairman Simon Khaya Moyo yesterday waded into the controversy over the employment of non-Ndebele speaking teachers in Matabeleland saying the practice was destroying the children’s future.
ZANU PF politburo member and Transport minister Obert Mpofu is rallying behind the ruling party’s national chairperson Simon Khaya Moyo to take up the second vice-president post.
SENIOR Minister of State Simon Khaya Moyo yesterday challenged local authorities to adopt smart city and e-transport solutions to tame the traffic jungle that has seen innocent citizens caught up in the cross–fire as traffic police officers fight running battles with public transport drivers.
SIMON Khaya Moyo, the Zanu PF national chairperson and heir apparent to the vacant Vice-President post, on Tuesday night took the country’s civil society organisations (CSOs) to the cleaners, labelling them ignorant by allegedly sidelining the new administration’s development agenda.
SENIOR Minister of State Simon Khaya Moyo on Monday attacked civil society and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) as well as academics saying their three-day conference currently underway in Bulawayo had deliberately sidelined the government’s development agenda.
WAR veterans’ chief Jabulani Sibanda on Saturday accused Senior minister of State Simon Khaya Moyo of failing to spearhead constructive development in the Matabeleland region.