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Zimbabwe's First Lady, Grace Mugabe, must watch her back and beef up her security detail to the maximum, amid reports that a squad of hitmen have reportedly sneaked into the country, with alleged orders to take her out, a serving cabinet minister has warned, The Telescope News reported.

It was not apparent this morning, who had hired the faceless hitmen, with indications that perhaps the first lady's growing list of enemies, could have come together for the common cause of ending her

Relations between President Robert Mugabe and Justice Minister Emmerson Mnangagwa have soured dramatically in recent weeks, according to impeccable sources from State House, UK based The Zimbabwean has claimed.

Mugabe is said to have deserted his former close ally, once touted as his successor, and is now promoting the presidential ambitions of a surprise candidate - Dr. Dzepasi Innocent Tizora, who is, the director of State House

"Mugabe always surprises everyone in the party. Of

Postal and Courier Services minister Webster Shamu slept with a 15-year old girl before shipping her off to the United Kingdom as part of an elaborate cover-up to avoid prosecution for statutory rape, Nehanda Radio reports.

The Chegutu East Zanu-PF MP slept with Charity (Tapiwa) Sithole, then a schoolgirl who was about to finish her O' Levels at the time. The affair, spread over five years, produced a child (also named Webster) who is now at the centre of a protracted maintenance battle

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Reports reaching our news desk are alleging that Vice President Joice Mujuru tendered her resignation to President Robert Mugabe today, Monday afternoon.
 
A Zimbabwean news websites operating from UK, Zimeye, has reported that President Mugabe however turned it down saying that she "must take responsibility of what she started," one of the sources said. At the time of writing, further details were not available together with the exact declared reasons for the 'resignation'.

The life of First Lady, Grace Mugabe, is now behind the eight ball, amid growing indications of a deadly end to President Robert Mugabe's succession race, before Zanu PF's elective congress in December, The Telescope News reported on Monday.

Key informants in government have over the weekend, revealed that high ranking military officers, are panicking over the possibility of being fired and arrested over a cocktail of issues, which are not yet in the public domain, should Grace become

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe, could all but be left a widower anytime from now, as death threats against her wife, Grace, have allegedly mounted to "dangerous" levels, resulting in increased security for the First Lady, who has raffled many political feathers by now making it open that she intends to takeover as the next president of Zimbabwe, The Telescope News reported on Monday.

According to a prophesy first reported by this publication, on 26 January 2014, Grace was forewarned about her

Dr Grace Mugabe is set to deputise her husband after a cabinet reshuffle that will follow the Zanu (PF) congress before taking over from him some time next year - if a new factional strategy succeeds.

The game plan, reportedly hatched by the Emmerson Mnangagwa faction and said to involve Saviour Kasukuwere and Jonathan Moyo, entails changing the party's tradition of putting senior party officials in senior government posts. In the past, the two party vice presidents have automatically

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Jocelyn Mauchaza, ex-wife of army commander Constantine Chiwenga, says she found mysterious juju items in one of the couple's houses.

Mauchaza was ejected from one of the properties owned by the estranged couple in Borrowdale Brooke and on Friday moved into an adjacent matrimonial house – where she discovered the items believed to be used for black magic or juju.

The two had not been using the house - but would visit it from time to time. It was being guarded by a caretaker.

Justice Minister Emmerson Mnangagwa's embarrassing about-turn at the weekend over the senatorial prospects of former Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor Gideon Gono was apparently made at the behest of a miffed President Robert Mugabe.

Highly-placed sources said yesterday that Mugabe had voiced concern with Mnangagwa for allegedly misleading the nation on the outcome of a key politburo meeting last Wednesday regarding Gono's senatorial bid.

Interviewed by a partisan State media

FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe defied all odds when she graduated with the Doctor of Philosophy degree (PhD) at the University of Zimbabwe on Friday.

News of her feat was received with surprise, even shock, by many who marvelled at how quickly she had worked on it and graduated.

President Robert Mugabe who reportedly has seven degrees, and a host of long serving lecturers at the UZ do not hold PhDs whose attainment is no mean achievement.

Some have questioned Grace's achievement

Now confirmed Emmerson Mnangagwa will challenge Mujuru for the Vice President post at the party's elective congress in December. Mnangagwa said to be having political machinery in place, to garner support from most of the country's ten provinces. Should tragedy in any form hit Mugabe and his government, Mnangagwa's backers are likely to push for his enthronement via the military aided backdoor.

COLOGNE-Zimbabwe's Vice President, Joice Mujuru, has received a final knock-out political

This story starts with James McGee, the former US ambassador to Zimbabwe during the contentious 2008 election that Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) leader Morgan Tsvangirai was tipped to win.

Shortly before the poll, McGee secretly met a member of Mugabe's political machinery.

McGee was deeply sceptical of this insider during their first meeting, but one of his tips was plausible: Mugabe was about to lose the first round of elections and he knew it.

Mugabe did indeed lose

THE fight between President Robert Mugabe and his deputy Joice Mujuru is set to go to the wire, after Mujuru made her position clear that she expects Mugabe to step down.

The two leaders of Zanu PF held a no-holds-barred meeting last week without any other people in attendance and, The News Leader heard from top sources that Mujuru dropped the bombshell.

Mujuru reported back to the caucus of her faction, that she had told Mugabe, to accept that it is the best time for him to step

THE WOMAN President Robert Mugabe nearly married upon his return from Ghana in 1960, died on Sunday and was buried at her rural home in Mutoko, with her family disappointed she wasn't considered for war heroine status.

Former Zimbabwe Nurses Association (Zina) president, Abigail Kurangwa, who was diabetic, had struggled with poor health after suffering a stroke four years ago.

According to former Zanu PF secretary general and national hero Edgar Tekere, Kurangwa had a relationship

President Robert Mugabe must have "okayed" Information minister Jonathan Moyo's Thursday interrogation by the Zimbabwean police, it has emerged.

Although presidential spokesperson George Charamba has skirted the issue by saying law enforcement agents did not need anyone's blessings to interview people of interest, those familiar with such cases insisted that State protocol demanded that executive authority be sought before any high-ranking officials were summoned by the police.

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