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President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday pleaded to Zimbabweans to be united in respect of the late leader Robert Mugabe following ploys by Chamisa's led MDC Youth Assembly to stage an anti-Mugabe demonstration at his funeral.     By Marshall Bwanya Speaking at Robert Mugabe International Airport in Harare Mnangagwa appealed to Zimbabweans to pay...
Government is still at loggerheads with Robert Mugabe's family about where the former leader's body will be finally laid to rest.   By Marshall Bwanya President Emmerson Mnangagwa addressing government officials, mourners and journalists paid tribute to the late leader as revolutionary icon but failed to disclose information pertaining to his final...
Prophet Uebert Angel hosted 70 guests for a lavish party on Friday at his beautiful mansion in Lincoln, UK. The controversial Prophet turned 41 this year. Hundreds of video messages were sent to him to commemorate his birthday from prominent political and religious leaders including his spiritual son, celebrity preacher,...
Chamisa’s led MDC Youth assembly today said they will not mourn the death of former leader Robert Mugabe in the upcoming seven days of national mourning declared by President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday. By Marshall Bwanya MDC Youth Assembly national spokesperson Stephen Chuma accused Mnangagwa for coercing Zimbabweans to mourn...
Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) said it is going to capitalise on the forthcoming Sanganai/Hlanganani Expo to boost foreign investments despite the recent political and socio-economic developments in the country. By Marshall Bwanya Addressing Journalists yesterday in Harare ZTA acting chief Executive Givemore Chidzidzi reiterated that this 12th edition of...
MDC leader Nelson Chamisa has condemned the recent unwarranted xenophobia attacks of fellow Africans in South Africa describing them as despicable heinous acts of afrophobia perpetuated by bad leadership.   By Marshall Bwanya The youthful opposition leader said the xenophobic attacks were fuelling divisions and animosity amongst African communities detrimental...
Academic and Political analyst Ibbo Mandaza has said the country is under siege from the military and the state is in disarray. By Marshall Bwanya Speaking at the SAPEZ Trust policy dialogue about the deepening crisis in Zimbabwe last week Mandaza said the current Mnangagwa administration was incapable of reform...
MDC leader Nelson Chamisa yesterday in Harare threatened to enrol more nationwide demonstrations saying the state has not right to bar people from exercising their constitutional right to express themselves. By Marshall Bwanya Addressing an MDC rally in Glen View South's impending by-elections Chamisa articulated that ZANU PF had mutated into...
By Marshall Bwanya Media Stakeholders today in Harare engaged the parliamentary committee on media and broadcasting about the new proposed Freedom information bill that is set to replace Aippa. Media Institute of Southern Africa, Media Alliance of Zimbabwe and journalists proposed recommendations to the new draft Freedom of Information bill...
PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa's reengagement drive suffered a heavy knock on Friday after his 'targeted' constituents gave his administration a chilling thumbs down on its violent crackdown on protestors in Harare.   By Marshall Bwanya Armed police officers beat up and shot teargas canisters into crowds of civil protestors, injuring hundreds in a...
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