No Comment! Says Jonathan Moyo On Reports ED Will Not See Through His Term

No Comment! Says Jonathan Moyo On Reports ED Will Not See Through His Term 1

Exiled former Zanu PF politician Jonathan has celebrated reports that President Emmerson Mnangagwa will not see through his first term since assuming power. Posting on Twitter today, Moyo only wrote “No Comment” “MNANGAGWA’S DAYS IN OFFICE NOW NUMBERED”, says website that has previously been used by the #ZDF “Command Element” to leak developing situations after it predicted in 2016 the November 2017 military coup with Mnangagwa as its political head. No comment!https://t.co/x2zrujM48h — Prof Jonathan Moyo (@ProfJNMoyo) March 23, 2019 If our services have assisted you, our work would be…

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Major Breakthrough For Cyclone Idai Ravaged Chimanimani As Road Is Cleared To Allow Aid To Flow

Major Breakthrough For Cyclone Idai Ravaged Chimanimani As Road Is Cleared To Allow Aid To Flow 3

There was a major break through this week after the once inaccessible road that connects Chipinge and Chimanimani was cleared to pave way for relief initiatives to now reach the affected areas in Chimanimani. Hope is on the dawn as an alternative route that links Chimanimani and Chipinge has been re-constructed. The development will enable rescuers to reach areas like Rusitu which were the most affected by Cyclone Idai. At least the road is now accessible and food relief can now reach those affected by the cyclone. The uniformed forces…

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Mnangagwa Declares Two Days Of Mourning Tropical Cyclone Idai Victims, Flies Off To Celebrate Southern African Liberation Day

Mnangagwa Declares Two Days Of Mourning Tropical Cyclone Idai Victims, Flies Off To Celebrate Southern African Liberation Day 6

By Own Correspondent- Following the devastating impact of Tropical Cyclone Idai in Manicaland last week, President Emmerson Mnangagwa declared Saturday and Sunday official days of mourning for the nation. Ironically, the country’s first citizen left Harare to attend the inaugural commemoration of the Southern African Liberation Day. The day was declared at the Windhoek Southern African Development Community (SADC) Summit in August 2018. On the March 23, 1988, the South African Defence Forces launched its last offensive against the Angolan Forces and the Cubans a battle known as Cuito Cuanavale.…

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Mliswa Mourns Former Grace Mugabe Employee

Mliswa Mourns Former Grace Mugabe Employee 8

Firebrand Norton legislator has posted a picture while addressing mourners at the funeral of one of former first lady, Grace Mugabe’s former employees. The late Eldrick Musambazi according to Mliswa was from Ward 2 in Norton. Details on his death were not made public at the time of writing. If our services have assisted you, our work would be much more secure with your help – For as little as £5, you can support ZimEye – and it only takes a minute.  Source: Zimeye

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Chivhayo Survives Again

Chivhayo Survives Again 10

Intratrek managing director Mr Wicknell Chivayo  was yesterday absolved of any criminal liability in the $5,6 million fraud charge involving Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC)’s Gwanda solar project. Mr Chivayo was facing three counts of fraud, while the other two counts of breaching Exchange Control regulations suffered a stillbirth, shortly before the trial commenced. It was also the court’s finding that considering the circumstances of Mr Chivayo’s case, allowing prosecution or at worst his conviction  would amount to violation of Section 42 of the Constitution, which provides protection upon the doctrine…

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Mazowe Man Dies Of Musombodhiya

Mazowe Man Dies Of Musombodhiya 12

A 33-YEAR-OLD Mazowe man died after taking too much of an illicit beer called musombodhiya at Hidden Valley farm on Thursday night. Walter Masasire (33) was found dead in his bedroom yesterday morning by his brother Sauro Mapfumo (32) after the pair spent the previous night drinking the illicit brew in the farm compound. Mashonaland Central provincial police spokesperson Inspector Milton Mundembe confirmed the incident. “I can confirm a case of sudden death in Mazowe where a male adult died due to excessive alcohol content in his body, the man…

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Anti-corruption body to contest Chivayo ruling

Anti-corruption body to contest Chivayo ruling 14

By Fidelis Munyoro The Anti-Corruption Special Unit (ACSU) is breathing fire over the acquittal of businessman Mr Wicknell Chivayo in the $5,6 million fraud charge involving Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC)’s Gwanda solar project and had by close of business yesterday commenced processes to note an appeal. Wicknell Chivayo Mr Chivayo and his company, Intratrek, were absolved of any criminal liability. The businessman won his case after the High Court upheld his application for exception to the fraud charges following his application for review of the trial court’s decision in November…

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Mukanya’s untold story

Mukanya’s untold story 15

Two failed marriages, a broken past define Mapfumo.Two broken marriages, transition from village life to the ghetto, a miscalculated sojourn into the diaspora, failed investments, a broken youth life, all carved the character of this man. Thomas Mapfumo This is not a script for a movie but when his epitaph is written, Michael Munhumumwe, Thomas Makore, Thomas Tapfumaneyi and Thomas Chikawa, will refer to Thomas Mapfumo. They will all refer to the man known by his legion of Chimurenga Music fans as Mukanya, a sobriquet derived from his totem, underlined…

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New Twist To MDC Congress Drama

New Twist To MDC Congress Drama 16

MDC secretary-general Douglas Mwonzora has declared null and void any suspensions and expulsions made ahead of the party’s May elective congress. This means the structures put in place at the 2014 congress, at which he soundly beat party leader Nelson Chamisa for the post of secretary-general and are seen as loyal to him, will be the ones to chose the new leadership of the party. The opposition party hopes that the election of a new leadership would calm the discord which has held sway since the death of founding president…

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Cyclone Idai Victims Tell Tear-Dropping Stories Of Their Survival

Cyclone Idai Victims Tell Tear-Dropping Stories Of Their Survival 18

JOHN Mufudza rolled down a huge and steep mountain leading to the Rusitu valley, which housed Dzingere growth point, popularly known as Kopa in Chipinge. He looked devastated and tired, physically and emotionally. The man stopped walking, looked down into the valley, rolled up his blue cotton T-shirt and wiped the sweat flooding his face. He made a few more steps down the hill and again stopped, hunched on a huge boulder, sighed in obvious disbelief of what his eyes were feeding on. What used to be a residential place…

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