ZANU PF To Punish Fraudsters And Extortionists – SK Moyo

ZANU PF To Punish Fraudsters And Extortionists – SK Moyo 1

The ruling ZANU PF party said that it will ruthlessly clamp down on party members who use President Emerson Mnangagwa’s name to commit crimes. This follows the recent arrests of four ZANU PF activists who defrauded a mine owner of thousands of dollars. Three of the culprits claimed to be members of the dreaded Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO). In an interview with the Chronicle, ZANU PF national spokesperson, Simon Khaya Moyo said: advertisement We want to commend the police for arresting the culprits. We condemn that kind of behaviour and…

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ZIMBABWEANS REACT: To ZANU PF MP Buying A US$210 000 Lamborghini

ZIMBABWEANS REACT: To ZANU PF MP Buying A US$210 000 Lamborghini 3

On Monday, it was reported that ZANU PF MP for Gokwe Nembudziya, Justice Mayor Wadyajena had imported a Lamborghini from Europe. The supercar costs a whopping US$210 000 and it is this extravagant figure that sent tounges wagging. While more than 90 per cent of Zimbabweans are struggling to make ends meet, some observers were dishearted by the revelation that a ruling party MP can live in such opulence. Here is how some Zimbwaean on Twitter reacted: The guy who imported a Lamborghini into Zim should be a testament that…

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DRC’s Final Squad For AFCON

DRC’s Final Squad For AFCON 5

The Democratic Republic of Congo has announced its final 23-man squad to participate in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations tournament. The DRC is in Group A alongside hosts Egypt, Zimbabwe and Uganda. Zimbabwe and the DRC clash on June 30, at 9 pm CAT. The DRC team features elite players in West Ham’s Arthur Masuaku, Beijing Guoan’s Cédric Bakambu and Anderlecht’s Yannick Bolasie. advertisement DR Congo full squad: Goalkeepers: Parfait Mandanda  (FC Dinamo Bucarest), Anthony Mossi (Chiasso), Ley Matampi  (Al Nassr) Defenders: DJuma Shabani (Vita Club), Christian Luyindama  (Galatasaray), Arthur Masuaku…

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Buy Zimbabwe Summit Postponed To July 4

Buy Zimbabwe Summit Postponed To July 4 7

Organisers of the 2019 annual Buy Zimbabwe Summit have announced that the conference has been postponed to July. The Summit was pencilled for June 13-14 in Bulawayo but will now be held on July 4 after it emerged that the guest of honour, President Emmerson Mnangagwa has other engagements. In a statement released on Tuesday, the organisers said: Buy Zimbabwe would like to inform its valued stakeholders that the 9th Annual Buy Local Summit, which was set for 13 and 14 June 2019 in Bulawayo has been postponed for tentatively…

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Zanu-PF Lupane East candidate bites policeman

Zanu-PF Lupane East candidate bites policeman 9

Zanu-PF Lupane East by election candidate Mbongeni Dube has a pending criminal case over violence after engaging in a fist fight with a police officer, it has emerged. Dube was controversially selected by Zanu-PF Matabeleland North on 8 June to represent the party in the by election set for August. The seat fell vacant following the death of Sithembile Gumbo. According to Zanu-PF officials from the province, Dube bit the police officer during the fight. “It should be known that the decision to chose Mbongeni was a divisive one. Some…

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Matemadanda coughs blood – No one left this position in good shape is it cursed?

Matemadanda coughs blood - No one left this position in good shape is it cursed? 12

ZANU PF has seen a number of Political Commissars and then there were none. As of the appointment on Monday of Cde Victor Matemadanda to replace cde Major General Rugeje ZANU PF commissariat is once again male-only and the most volatile position in the party.   Of the team who graced the most volatile position in the History of the party not a single member is left at the table. It must however be noted that the NPCs National Political Commissairs serve at the pleasure of the president. This means…

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Zimbabwe Demands The Ban On Ivory Trade To Be Relaxed

Zimbabwe Demands The Ban On Ivory Trade To Be Relaxed 15

Zimbabwe has joined other Southern African countries in calling for a global ban on the trade of ivory and tusks to be relaxed. It said that selling the ivory will help it to raise money for conservation as authorities estimate the value of its stockpiles at around US$300 million. According to reports, Zimbabwe’s demands to sell ivory puts it on a collision course with the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES). CITES prohibits trade in ivory as a way of reducing poaching. advertisement In an interview with AFP,…

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Zimbabwe fuel supplies may finally be stabilising

Zimbabwe fuel supplies may finally be stabilising 17

Zimbabwe’s fuel supplies may finally be stabilising judging by the drop in prices at service stations that are selling the precious liquid in United States dollars. Just two weeks ago, petrol was selling for US$1.37 a litre with diesel five cents cheaper but by the end of last week the price was down to US$1.20 for petrol. Today the price was down to US$1.15. A fuel attendant at one of the service stations said the price would continue to drop and will be down to US$1.05 next week. This is…

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Warriors star Marshall Munetsi joins France Ligue 1 side Stade de Reims

Warriors star Marshall Munetsi joins France Ligue 1 side Stade de Reims 19

By Sports Reporter SOUTH African football giants Orlando Pirates have officially announced the transfer of Zimbabwean international Marshall Munetsi to France Ligue 1 side Stade de Reims. The Buccaneers, as Orlando Pirates are affectionately known, took to their official website to announce the deal on Tuesday afternoon, with the utility player expressing delight at finally getting the chance to move abroad. “First and foremost, I would like to thank the chairman and management for all the support they have given me ever since I arrived at the club,” Munetsi was…

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Warriors star Marshall Munetsi joins France Ligue 1 side Stade de Reims

Warriors star Marshall Munetsi joins France Ligue 1 side Stade de Reims 21

By Sports Reporter SOUTH African football giants Orlando Pirates have officially announced the transfer of Zimbabwean international Marshall Munetsi to France Ligue 1 side Stade de Reims. The Buccaneers, as Orlando Pirates are affectionately known, took to their official website to announce the deal on Tuesday afternoon, with the utility player expressing delight at finally getting the chance to move abroad. “First and foremost, I would like to thank the chairman and management for all the support they have given me ever since I arrived at the club,” Munetsi was…

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