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Under fire Vice President, Dr Joice Mujuru is leading a host of Zanu PF bigwigs who have fallen by the wayside after losing in Central Committee elections held in various provinces.

Joining Dr Mujuru are several cabinet ministers, among them Cdes Lazarus Dokora, Nicholas Goche, Cde Dzikamai Mavhaire, Walter Mzembi, Simbarashe Mumbengegwi, Flora Bhuka and Francis Nhema, who all lost their Central Committee membership.
 
In Mashonaland Central Province, Dr Mujuru and Cde Dokora

At least 10 Cabinet ministers and more than 100 Zanu PF legislators face the political wilderness as the mindless bloodletting in the divided party reaches alarming levels ahead of its crucial "elective" congress scheduled for next week.

The well-choreographed bloodbath, masterminded by the party's bigwigs, is raising serious concerns about its impact on ever-deteriorating government services and Zimbabwe's ailing economy, which has been operating on autopilot ever since Zanu PF's

TENSION is simmering within a family in Bulawayo's Mzilikazi suburb following incest allegations that a man is double-crossing his wife with his mother.

The stunning revelations emerged on Friday last week at the Bulawayo Civil Court where Letwin Gwatidzo had dragged her daughter-in-law Theresa Makoni seeking a protection order against her saying she was verbally and physically abusing her.

Gwatidzo said Makoni was abusing her after she suspected that she was involved in a sexual

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Zanu-PF district chairperson Cde Leonard Chisaka was found hanging from a tree near his homestead in Uzumba, Mashonaland East, at the weekend.

Family members say foul play is suspected as the now deceased openly opposed those linked to a faction led by Vice President Joice Mujuru. Police say they are treating the case as murder.

Chisaka (33) died days after he had reported death threats from unknown persons following his involvement in demonstrations in Marondera against the

ZANU PF official Fidelis Fengu, fingered in an alleged plot to topple President Robert Mugabe by forging an alliance between Vice-President Joice Mujuru and ex-Premier Morgan Tsvangirai, yesterday said that he had no capacity to topple the veteran leader and pledged his loyalty to the leader.

Fengu yesterday called for thorough investigations into allegations that he had planned to topple Mugabe. He said the investigations should be treated with the seriousness they deserved "as the

Journalist Itai Dzamara managed to have about 500 signatures for his protest to oust President Mugabe.

Now he is hitting the road to launch his protest in Bulawayo. Many have applauded Dzamara's bravery but few have joined in his group's protest.

"The whole nation agrees with our demands for the Mugabe regime to admit failure, step down and pave way for a new national plan of rescuing the country. We have had the calls for us to take our mission to all corners of the country. We

A ZIMBABWEAN man was found dead, half naked on a bridge at Thohoyandou in South Africa's Limpopo province after he was allegedly stabbed by unknown suspects.

South African police spokesperson for Thohoyandou, Major Mashudu Malelo identified the man as Tafi Nyika, 27. He said Nyika's killers also robbed him of money and clothes before dumping his body at the bridge over the Mvudi River last week.

Nyika, a creative artist from Harare, lived at Muledane Village in Thohoyandou.

AN 11-year-old Nkulumane girl has filed rape charges against her two lovers (names withheld) who are friends after she was caught in possession of used condoms in her primary school uniform pockets.

This came to light when the grandmother of the child (name withheld) found two used condoms in her granddaughter's pockets after she left for school.

An 'A' Level student at Foundation College appeared before the Western Commonage magistrate Tancy Chipumha-Dube facing charges of rape

UNDER fire Energy and Power Development Minister Dzikamai Mavhaire connived with his deputy Engineer Munacho Mutezo to coerce Zesa Holdings to give money to the Manicaland Zanu-PF Women's League ahead of its conference last August to abet Vice President Joice Mujuru's bid to oust President Mugabe.

According to a bank statement seen by the news crew, and reproduced on Page 2, Zesa Holdings deposited $40 000 in the Manicaland Women's League account number 23916650018 held by CBZ Bank on

An 18-month toddler who was brutally tortured by her helper has received medical attention and is doing well says her mother.

The baby girl, Arnella Kamanzi was at home with her nanny, Jolly Tumuhirwe when after vomiting, the helper unleashed a series of brutal attacks on her.

The nanny was caught on camera, savagely slapping the child, viciously throwing her to the floor and using a blunt object to forcefully beat her while she continuously stepped on the toddler's tiny body.

The Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation has instituted disciplinary proceedings against suspended CEO Happison Muchechetere and four members of his top executive management on allegations of misconduct which prejudiced the corporation of more than seven million dollars.

The four include General Manager Finance Elliot Kasu, acting CEO Allan Chiweshe, General Manager News and Current affairs Tazzen Mandizvidza and Head Finance Ralph Nyambudzi.

ZBC board has set up a hearing tribunal

Politburo heavyweight Nicholas Goche dramatically quit Zanu PF's violent central committee elections in Bindura yesterday, charging angrily that he was now completely fed up with the ugly factional and succession wars that are devouring President Robert Mugabe's ruling party.

Goche's sensational abandonment of the elections, which leaves his Cabinet position in doubt, came after violent hired thugs, who were baying for his blood, besieged a tempestuous provincial meeting in the

Outgoing Zanu PF Women's League boss, Oppah Muchinguri, is a step away from becoming one of Zimbabwe's two new vice presidents, after it emerged last night that President Robert Mugabe, has resolved to appoint Muchinguri to the powerful position, as he moves to dismiss VP Joice Mujuru, The Telescope News has reported.

An official close to the President's Office said Muchinguri is being rewarded, for being a "whistle-blower" to the first family, after she allegedly warned Mugabe and

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A Ugandan Maid who was captured appearing to be torturing a toddler in a video is set to appear in court for a second hearing on December 8.

The video that went viral on social media on Friday depicting a maid torturing a two-year-old toddler has sparked mass outrage.

In the video, which went viral on Facebook, Jolly Tumuhirwe, a 22-year-old housemaid in Naalya in Kiwatule suburb, appears to be battering the baby with a hard object on the face. When the child starts vomiting, the

Two bus drivers died while 40 passengers were injured, some seriously, when a cross-border Mandaza bus rammed into the back of a stationery haulage truck in Beitbridge town on Saturday night.

Anthony Kapuya (60), who was on the wheel, died on admission at Beitbridge hospital while his co-driver, he had just relieved, died on the spot in a horror crash that occurred in the centre of town.

The name of the co-driver of the bus that was headed for South Africa has not been released

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