Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko

Mphoko fires 100

Mphoko fires 100

VICE-PRESIDENT Phelekezela Mphoko has joined the bandwagon of businesspeople taking advantage of a recent Supreme Court order that gives employers the greenlight to terminate contracts and has dismissed about 100 workers at his Choppies supermarkets.

Govt urged to embrace vendors

Govt urged to embrace vendors

Addressing journalists in Gweru ahead of the official opening of this year’s show today, Muringani called for a paradigm shift in the way business viewed vendors.

Mphoko to open Mat South show

Mphoko to open Mat South show

VICE-President Phelekezela Mphoko will officially open the Matabeleland South Agricultural Show Society (MSASS) next month.

VP Mphoko sold dummy over Hwange equipment

VP Mphoko sold dummy over Hwange equipment

VICE-President Phelekezela Mphoko may have been sold a dummy by Hwange Colliery Company Limited (HCCL) when he was made to commission the $32 million mining equipment some of which has reportedly turned out to be second-hand and obsolete machinery, it has been learnt.

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.

Tshinga Dube to throw bash

Tshinga Dube to throw bash

Makokoba Member of Parliament Tshinga Dube is set to throw a lavish bash next Saturday where 10 beasts will be slaughtered to celebrate his recent electoral victory.

Gun was to protect $2, R5: Zanu PF activist

Gun was to protect $2, R5: Zanu PF activist

A ZANU PF activist found with a firearm at a church function attended by Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko stunned the court on Wednesday when he claimed that he was protecting his $2 and R5 cash.

VP provokes fresh Gukurahundi fury

VP provokes fresh Gukurahundi fury

VICE-President Phelekezela Mphoko must lobby for the reburial of Gukurahundi victims and compensation of survivors instead of seeking to airbrush history, a top MDC official has said.

Zanu PF activist fails to skirt gun charges

Zanu PF activist fails to skirt gun charges

BULAWAYO magistrate Merilyn Mutshina has dismissed an application for discharge filed by a Zanu PF activist who was found with a gun at a church function attended by Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko.

Sweet Sweet wants gun charges dropped

Sweet Sweet wants gun charges dropped

A Zanu PF activist facing charges of carrying a gun at a church function attended by Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko says he will seek a discharge after prosecutors closed their case yesterday.

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