Vice-President Joice Mujuru

Grace ‘takeover’ sparks outrage

Grace ‘takeover’ sparks outrage

FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe has now taken charge of both Zanu PF and government following disclosures that the two Vice-Presidents Emmerson Mnangagwa and Phelekezela Mphoko take instructions from her, observers have said.

Mphoko tours Binga projects

Mphoko tours Binga projects

VICE-PRESIDENT Phelekezela Mphoko is today set to embark on a tour of various government projects in Binga district to familiarise with the challenges they are facing.

JB Sibanda savages Zanu PF

JB Sibanda savages Zanu PF

OUSTED former war veterans’ leader Jabulani Sibanda says the Zanu PF leadership lacks depth and is seeking to benefit from the sacrifice made by other people.

Mugabe flies into Zanu PF storm

Mugabe flies into Zanu PF storm

President Robert Mugabe will return home today from a four-day trip in Russia to confront a raging fire in Zanu PF at a potentially explosive politburo meeting set for Thursday

Mphoko pleads for former minister’s readmission

Mphoko pleads for former minister’s readmission

ACTING President Phelekezela Mphoko on Saturday pleaded with Zanu PF structures in Manicaland province to readmit “their prodigal son” former Energy deputy minister Munacho Mutezo after he retraced his footsteps back into the ruling party.

Zanu PF’s  hollow victory

Zanu PF’s hollow victory

ZANU PF will be basking in glory this week after its candidates won convincingly in two by-elections that were boycotted by the main opposition parties on Friday.

Bhasikiti must go: Ex-combatants

Bhasikiti must go: Ex-combatants

WAR veterans yesterday have demanded the immediate ouster of Provincial Affairs minister Kudakwashe Bhasikiti who has been accused of aligning himself with axed Vice-President Joice Mujuru.

Mujuru allies attack Mugabe

Mujuru allies attack Mugabe

AXED Vice-President Joice Mujuru and her Zanu PF allies have fired an attack at President Robert Mugabe and declared the December congress a nullity for being held outside the dictates of the party’s constitution.

‘Zimbabweans should brace for tough times’

‘Zimbabweans should brace for tough times’

ZIMBABWEANS should brace for tough times ahead as President Robert Mugabe appointed Justice minister Emmerson Mnangagwa, long believed to be a hardliner, as his deputy, analysts said.

Mujuru, 8 ministers fired

Mujuru, 8 ministers fired

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe on Monday night fired Vice-President Joice Mujuru and eight other ministers, ending months of speculation on the future of his deputy who is alleged to have plotted to unseat the veteran ruler.

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