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FORMER Mashonaland Central Provincial Affairs Minister Advocate Martin Dinha is being investigated by the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) on allegations of criminal abuse of office during his tenure as Bindura executive mayor between 2004 and 2008. In a letter seen by The Herald stamped August 5, 2019 to Bindura Municipality...
By Elvis Dube MDC youth assembly has accused President Emmerson Mnangagwa's administration for plotting to crush mass demonstrations scheduled on the 16 of August next week in Harare. The opposition youth assembly rubbished Defense minister Oppah Muchinguri's statements that there was a third hand behind August 1 2018 killings, while exonerating...
By Elvis Dube MDC, the country's main opposition has declared 16 of August a day for staging mass demonstrations against the ZANU PF government's inconsistency to remedy the escalating economic crisis. The mass demonstration will be held in Harare. MDC arguing their cause to stage the mass demonstration in a statement released...
By Elvis Dube Disgruntled MDC supporters frustrated by the MDC leadership’s unclear position to confront the Zanu PF government to remedy the economic crisis, yesterday said they now pin their hopes on the party’s vice-chairperson Job Sikhala. Party supporters thronged a Chitungwiza Zengesa 2 rally chanting that 2023 was too far...
The government of Zimbabwe through the ministry of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services has issued a statement justifying the inhuman August 1 military killings that resulted in the death of six innocent civilians. President Emerson Mnanagwa’s administration blamed western influence for infiltrating the August 1 first anniversary in pursuit for...
The Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) led by Nelson Chamisa has bemoaned what it termed ‘fascist antics’ by the state after its leader Obey Sithole allegedly survived an ‘abduction attempt' at the hands of suspected state security agents on Wednesday evening. In a statement, the league spokesperson Steven Chuma said...
Home Affairs minister, Cain Mathema has issued a chill warning to the opposition who are planning demonstration due to the state of the economy that police and other security agencies of the state will come hard on them ruthlessly. In a statement issued yesterday, Mathema said he was aware of...
Embattled MDC Vice chairman Job Sikhala was on Wednesday shipped to Masvingo -Gutu to face treason charges following his weekend announcement that the opposition would remove President Emmerson Mnangagwa. The outspoken Zengeza West MP was arrested on Tuesday after his weekend utterances at a rally in Bikita that Mnangagwa would...
The MDC by Monday threw it's embattled Vice chairman Job Sikhala under the bus over his weekend remarks that President Emmerson Mnangagwa would be removed from power before his term ends, a move government described as illegal. Through the deputy spokesperson Luke Tamborinyoka, the party distanced itself from Sikhala, saying...
Harare - Zimbabwean opposition legislator Job Sikhala has been slapped with an effective treason charge and faces a potential death penalty or lengthy prison term if convicted. Sikhala was called in for questioning by Zimbabwe Republic Police’s Criminal Investigations Department, Law and Order Section earlier this morning. The charges relate to comments...
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