ZANU-PF

Zhombe chieftainship row taken to High Court

Zhombe chieftainship row taken to High Court

THE long-running Samambwa chieftainship wrangle in Zhombe has spilled into the High Court with family members demanding that President Robert Mugabe should reverse his decision to appoint Samuel Samambwa as substantive chief.

News time – Zimbabwe style

News time – Zimbabwe style

The State exercises monopoly over local television airwaves making most programmes aired by the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) emotionally corrosive like concentrated acid on the skin. Consequently, people who afford the luxury subscribe to satellite television providers to maintain a degree of sanity.

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.

Zanu PF ‘land baron’ put to his defence

Zanu PF ‘land baron’ put to his defence

A ZANU PF activist accused of illegally selling land in Matabeleland South’s Insiza district has a case to answer, a Bulawayo magistrate ruled yesterday.

Nkomo ‘turning in his grave’

Nkomo ‘turning in his grave’

LATE Vice-President Joshua Nkomo must be turning in his grave at the present political instability, fissures and indiscipline within the ruling Zanu PF, as he was a strict disciplinarian and a stabilising factor in both the party and government, political analysts said yesterday.

Mugabe blocks succession talk

Mugabe blocks succession talk

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s latest rant about Zanu PF factionalism confirms that Vice-President Emmerson Mangangwa will not be his automatic successor, a prominent political analyst said yesterday.

150 students to benefit under the Presidential Scholarship Programme

150 students to benefit under the Presidential Scholarship Programme

GOVERNMENT has invited about 150 students wishing to pursue various studies at South African universities to submit applications for the 2016 Presidential Scholarship Programme.

Msipa: Zanu PF’s voice of reason

Msipa: Zanu PF’s voice of reason

President Robert Mugabe alienated one of the most level headed minds in Zanu PF by tacitly supporting the brutal purges that rocked the former guerrilla movement.

Anti-Mugabe song takes Byo by storm

Anti-Mugabe song takes Byo by storm

A BULAWAYO-BASED a cappella group, Imbube, has released a controversial song describing President Robert Mugabe as “an unrepentant liar” and blaming him for the current socio-economic crisis in the country.

Govt responsible for NRZ crisis: Workers

Govt responsible for NRZ crisis: Workers

WORKERS at the financially-troubled National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) have accused the government and some Cabinet ministers of deliberately plunging the parastatal into financial crisis through its top-heavy management structure.

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