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ELEVEN people were crushed to death while dozens were seriously injured after police allegedly fired teargas into the crowd at Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries leader Prophet Walter Magaya's all night crusade at Mbizo stadium in Kwekwe.

The incident occurred at around 10pm on Thursday soon after the service, which attracted about 30,000 congregants.

The injured sustained broken legs, ribs, bruises all over their bodies while some dislocated joints.

In a bid

JUST like a Tsunami, First Lady Grace Mugabe has left a trail of destruction since she plunged into politics, shooting from the hip and spewing bile at her foes, in particular Vice President Joice Mujuru.

In her recent "Meet the People" rallies held at her Mazowe orphanage, her message has had little of the good, plenty of the bad, and truckloads of the ugly including the vulgar.


She said Mujuru will be left naked and smelling so much even God will

The Patriotic Front Central Committee has suspended Acting Party and Republican President Guy Scott from the party for sixty days with immediate effect.

The Central Committee has also asked the PF Secretary General Bridget Attanga to handover all application letters for nomination of party Presidency to the committee.

"The central committee of the PF has decided to suspend Dr. Guy Scott as acting president of the party for unconstitutional conduct and for abrogating the party

Fireworks are expected as The Zanu PF politburo meets again in Harare tomorrow with President Robert Mugabe under mounting pressure to stop the ruling party from imploding altogether as its factional and succession wars turn increasingly violent and messier by the day.

So bad is the climate within the party, and the country by extension, that one senior politburo member asked rhetorically yesterday, "Who is in charge?" when canvassed for a comment regarding the state and health of the

Police commissioner-general Augustine Chihuri has quashed raging rumours that he has resigned from his post by appearing at the pass out parade of 554 police graduates at Morris Police Training Depot in Harare yesterday.

The social media was awash with stories that Chihuri had left his post under pressure from Zanu PF hawks who accuse him of belonging to a faction aligned to vice president Joice Mujuru.

In the last few weeks, there have been incessant calls by party supporters

Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministries founder, Prophet Walter Magaya told H-Metro this morning that he had received information that of the 11 people that have been confirmed dead included a pregnant woman and three minors.

The crusade was originally meant for Thursday and Friday but today’s service has since been cancelled following the tragedy.

Prophet Magaya had already left the venue when the stampede occurred and he had to rush back to the venue upon getting news of the

Eleven people died while many others were seriously injured after a stampede at Prophet Walter Magaya's all night crusade at Mbizo Stadium in Kwekwe this morning.

The incident occurred soon after the crusade, which was attended by about 15,000 congregants, when police allegedly closed other gates forcing the attendees to use a single exit point.

It is alleged that the congregants then brought down the stadium's precast wall to open other exit points. Chaos reigned supreme when

Civil servants have asked government to allow them a once-off opportunity to import motor vehicles of their choice, duty free as part of improving their welfare.

In a position paper submitted to government ahead of the presentation of the 2015 national budget, civil servants also demanded a minimum monthly salary of $680.

Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa is expected to present the budget in the next two weeks and government workers yesterday met Public

The government says its coffers are empty and as a result some of its employees will not get their bonuses this month as expected, much to the annoyance of leaders of the workers' representatives.

Speaking to Studio 7 after meeting leaders of workers' representative bodies in Harare yesterday, Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare Minister Nicholas Goche (pictured) said the government wouldn't be able to pay bonuses to all its workers as expected because its coffers are empty.

FOLLOWING shocking revelations that Zanu-PF Secretary for Administration Cde Didymus Mutasa told a girlfriend that if President Mugabe continued blocking Vice President Dr Joice Mujuru from ascending to the presidency he will be shot, new details have emerged which not only corroborate the revelation but indicate that something quite ominous was afoot in the higher echelons of the ruling party.

The revelations show that VP Mujuru and Cde Mutasa in particular have been working closely on

THE First Lady Grace Mugabe has dismissed claims in some online media that deliberately misquoted her on Tuesday that she said she had a sex tape of Vice President Joice Mujuru.

An online publication ZimEye claimed that the First Lady told students who gathered at her children's home in Mazowe on Monday that she "taped Mujuru when she was in her bedroom having her private intimate time with her husband while wearing a mini skirt".

This was despite the fact that the First Lady only

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe's bid to ditch Vice-President Joice Mujuru started way back in 2007, barely three years after he had catapulted her into the presidium at the expense of Justice minister Emmerson Mnangagwa who had won the support of eight nominations in the build-up to the 2004 congress.

On the eve of his birthday in February 2007, Mugabe surprisingly made veiled attacks on Mujuru, virtually accusing her of plotting to undermine him while in the process promoting her own

Former ZANU PF party spokesperson Rugare Gumbo's lengthy suspension from the ruling party by the politburo last week, along with other allies of Vice President Joice Mujuru, all but brings to an end his long yet controversial political career in which he worked alongside the late Herbert Chitepo in Zimbabwe's 1970s struggle for Independence.

Gumbo, the only surviving member of Zanu's Dare re Chimurenga which planned and directed the liberation war while President Robert Mugabe and other

A fierce power struggle has erupted in the Zanu PF faction aligned to Justice minister Emmerson Mnangagwa over who should be selected to be President Robert Mugabe's number two after the ruling party's December elective congress if Vice President Joice Mujuru is ousted.

It has been established that Mnangagwa, Oppah Muchinguri, First Lady Grace Mugabe, and Edna Madzongwe all believe they could take over from Mujuru.

So intense is the jockeying for the coveted vice president post

Elements pushing for the ouster of President Mugabe grilled president of the Chief's Council of Zimbabwe Chief Fortune Charumbira on why traditional leaders always endorsed the Zanu-PF First Secretary and President as the party's candidate ahead of congress, saying there were other party officials also eyeing the presidency.

Chief Charumbira told war veterans attending a congress at Great Zimbabwe that rebellious elements approached him when they were in the process of forming

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