Power sharing talks between
President Robert Mugabe and Morgan Tsvangirai reached a stalemate
after the Zanu PF leader offered Tsvangirai a third Vice
Presidential post in a coalition according to the latest batch of
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President Robert Mugabe is haunted
by the 2008 election ghost, and yesterday warned detractors in his
party against repeating the so-called Bhora Musango (kick the ball
off the field) strategy again.
The strategy, in which party supporters voted for a Zanu PF MP and
councillor and not for the party's presidential candidate, was used
in the March 2008 vote in a bid to unseat him amid unprecedented
economic meltdown. The strategy cost him...
The case in which two top Zanu PF
provincial officials are in court for allegedly stealing 10 beasts
meant for President Robert Mugabe's birthday party has taken a new
Zanu PF secretary for administration Didymus Mutasa at the weekend
made sensational claims that Justice minister Patrick Chinamasa is
clamouring for the party to drop the charges against former
Manicaland provincial party chairperson Mike Madiro.
Zanu (PF) Marondera East ward 26
councillor Netsai Maurukira is embroiled in a land and sex scandal
as she battles to survive after failing to develop the 266 hectare
farm allocated her in 2000 under the controversial land "reform"
The single mother of 10 children occupied the farm house at
subdivision 1 of Lot 7 Wenimbe and has reportedly turned it into a
brothel for Chinese road construction workers, serviced by four of
Zanu PF succession battles have taken an ugly twist with some
key figures using disguised names to attack party heavyweights and
exposing private information including cell numbers of senior party
and government officials on the Internet.
The battles which are now being fiercely fought ahead of a crunch
poll have been personified by Bana and Amai Jukwa - two individuals
who both have intimate knowledge of Zanu PF - not least cell
numbers of senior officials. Amai Jukwa...
RESERVE Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ)
governor, Gideon Gono, has denied fleeing to Egypt to escape an
alleged assassination plot, insisting he was in the North African
country to attend a business meeting.
Gono has been the subject of scathing attacks by senior Zanu PF
officials with politburo member Jonathan Moyo claiming the RBZ
chief was behind damaging media leaks alleging corruption in the
country’s indigenisation programme. But on Tuesday...
Sukai Tongogara, the eldest
daughter of the late Zanla commander, General Josiah Magama
Tongogara, is on the run as the fallout from the attempt to
investigate top Zanu PF officials and certain State entities on
suspicion of corruption continues to unfold.
Sources close to the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) and
the Tongogara family said Sukai was tipped off on Friday that law
enforcement agents were on the verge of arresting her...
Zimbabwe's first Lady, Grace Mugabe
is now a grandmother. The First Lady became a grandmother after her
29-year-old son, Russell's, wife, Gladys, gave birth to a baby boy
on Friday last week.
The "bundle of joy", who has been named Taponeswa, is "so gorgeous
and adorable," according to friends and relatives. Russell is
Grace's son from her previous marriage to wing commander Stanley
Goreraza, who is now in diplomatic service. Russel got...
A lawyer accused of swindling Zanu
PF MP Munyaradzi Paul Mangwana says the politician was milked by
girlfriends and numerous out-of-wedlock children.
Mangwana accuses 31-year-old Burukai Muchadzireva who worked as a
lawyer at his law firm in Chinhoyi of pilfering over $2,000. But,
tables turned in court when Muchadzireva said the money was
collected by the Chivi Central legislator's girlfriends, relatives
and children at the MP's...
Tendayi Mundawarara, the NMB Bank
chairperson and nephew of the late Solomon Mujuru, is a free man
after the State has dropped charges against him for allegedly
swindling a Dubai jewellery company of $430,000.
The young businessman had been accused of duping Kalotti Jewellery
(Kalotti) of cash under an 8,5kg of gold exchange deal.
Although Mundawarara had been charged with Trynos Nkomo, president
of the Zimbabwe Minerals...
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