Campaign vehicles divide Zanu PF

Campaign vehicles divide Zanu PF 1

By Jeffrey Muvundusi Dozens of Zanu PF vehicles that were dished out to provinces ahead of the 2018 elections have become a bone of contention in the second largest city amid reports that those who were given the vehicles have personalised them ahead of party work, the Daily News can report. Obert Mpofu The President Emmerson Mnangagwa-led party acquired a fleet of Ford Fiestas, Ford Ranger trucks, and buses ahead of last year’s harmonised election. All members who contested as members of Parliament, were gifted with all-terrain vehicles, while position-…

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Obert Mpofu appears in court

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By Mashudu Netsianda Former Minister of Home Affairs and Culture Dr Obert Mpofu appeared in court yesterday after he was summoned to testify in a case in which Chief Felix Ndiweni and his 13 subjects are accused of destroying a villager’s property. Obert Mpofu Dr Mpofu, who arrived in court in the company of the Minister of State for Matabeleland North Provincial Affairs, Cde Richard Moyo and his aides, was scheduled to give his testimony yesterday following allegations by Chief Ndiweni that the Zanu-PF Secretary for Administration was behind their…

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Mliswa handed fodder to finish off Mpofu

Mliswa handed fodder to finish off Mpofu 3

By Blessings Mashaya Hwange-based Zambezi Gas, a coal mining company, has appealed to the Temba Mliswa-led parliamentary panel to intervene so that it can get its land, which was allegedly grabbed by Zanu PF administration secretary Obert Mpofu’s Makomo Resources, back. Temba Mliswa Mpofu’s Makomo Resources is the largest privately-owned coal producer in Zimbabwe and supplies power stations, industrial and agricultural sectors. Zambezi Gas shareholder and deputy managing director Linos Masimura told a parliamentary portfolio committee on Mines led by Mliswa that its special grant allocated it19 000 hectares but…

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Obert Mpofu arrest warrant cancelled

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By Mashudu Netsianda A WARRANT of arrest which had been issued against former Minister of Home Affairs and Culture, Obert Mpofu, for failing to attend court to testify in a case in which Chief Felix Ndiweni and his 13 subjects are accused of destroying a villager’s property, has been cancelled. Obert Mpofu The complainant, Mr Fetti Mbele of Ntabazinduna, was banished from the village by the chief after his wife Ms Nonkangelo Mpengesi was allegedly caught having sex with another villager. Chief Ndiweni in July last year ruled that Mr…

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Zanu PF says no to restructuring

Zanu PF says no to restructuring 5

By Blessings Mashaya ZANU PF secretary for administration Obert Mpofu has poured cold water on party members who are jostling for positions saying the party will not carry out a restructuring process soon, adding that they have to wait for the next congress. Obert-Mpofu This comes as party members in various provinces are jostling for positions after Mpofu announced in September that there is need to realign structures in conformity with the new dispensation and the economic agenda. In September, Mpofu said party structures have been disturbed by the G40…

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