July 06, 2022

Mnangagwa Treat Whites Nicely So That More Money Will Come

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has urged government officials to treat well white investors saying the country needs more from them. Mnangagwa was speaking during the launch of the French Development Agency (FDA) partnership with the National Museums and Monuments of Zimbabwe at the Great Zimbabwe monuments World Heritage Site in Masvingo recently. The French Development Agency has released three million Euros towards the development of the World Heritage Site. Said Mnangagwa: We want to develop here with the money we are going to continuously get. I was telling Kazembe Kazembe (Minister of Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage) that they should treat these whites well so that more money will come and we can build more infrastructure here like hotels among other things. He, however, re

April 18, 2022

Air Zimbabwe Banned from flying In The European Union

The national airline Air Zimbabwe has been included in a recently announced  European Union Commission Air Safety List of air carriers that do not fulfil international safety standards. The carriers on the ASL are banned from operating to, in and from the EU (including overflight). According the Air Safety List of April 2022, the following 117 air carriers are banned from EU skies: •    90 airlines certified in 15 different States, due to a lack of safety oversight by the aviation authorities in these States; •    21 airlines certified in Russia, as well as 6 individual airlines from other States, based on safety concerns identified: Avior Airlines (Venezuela), Blue Wing Airlines (Suriname), Iran Aseman Airlines (Iran), Iraqi Airways (Iraq), Med-V

April 10, 2022

Thokozani Khupe Attends CCC Meeting As A Member

Former MDC-T president Thokozani Khupe has attended her first meeting as a Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) member despite being initially ‘physically blocked’ by angry security details at the Macdonald Hall in Bulawayo. Nehanda Radio understands it took the intervention of party leader Nelson Chamisa to have Khupe allowed into the venue. “Today I attended my first meeting as a CCC member addressed by President Chamisa in Bulawayo Macdonald Hall #KhupesaysVoteforCCC,” she tweeted defiantly. Disgruntled party members who spoke to Nehanda Radio said “she is not a member of the Provincial structures so we do not know why she is attending this meeting.” Former MDC-T president Thokozani Khupe has attended her first meeting as a Citizens Coaliti

March 14, 2022

Chamisa's CCC Now A Serious Threat To ZanuPF 42 Years In Power

FEATURED OPINION CCC Now A Serious Threat To Mnangagwa 14 March 2022 Share It is now crystal clear that Citizens Coalition for Change has become a household name and a very big brand posing a serious threat to the ruling party in this short period since its birth. What happened at Rudhaka Stadium in Marondera on Saturday where riot police blocked the CCC rally speaks volumes. How ironic is it that President Emmerson Mnangagwa called for peaceful elections when he was addressing his supporters in Karoi while turning a blind eye to the police which blocked Nelson Chamisa’s campaign rally in Marondera on Saturday? He indicates left while turning right. Previously, he has on several occasions denied the opposition permission to hold their rallies citing COVID-19 and it seem

March 03, 2022

President Mnangagwa Orders Thorough Investigations On Political Violence

President Mnangagwa Orders Thorough Investigations On Political Violence  PRESIDENT Mnangagwa does not tolerate violence and has instructed members of the security forces to thoroughly investigate all incidences of politically motivated violence, and bring the perpetrators to book.  This was said by Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage Minister Kazembe Kazembe in a video statement posted on his Ministry’s Twitter handle on Thursday morning.  The statement follows a spate of incidences of politically motivated violence, including the death of Mboneni Ncube during violent clashes at a Citizens for Coalition Change (CCC) rally in Kwekwe recently.  Minister Kazembe warned that no one was above the law, adding that those who perpetrate violence will be pros

February 02, 2022

Temba Mliswa Accuses Chiyangwa He Has Habit of Spreading Njovhera To Young Girls

Temba Mliswa Accuses Chiyangwa He Has  Habit of Spreading Njovhera To Young Girls  Outspoken Norton legislator, Temba Mliswa has said businessman, Philip Chiyangwa is in the habit of deliberately spreading the Human Immune Virus (HIV) to young girls. This comes after a vile audio of Mliswa blasting Chiyangwa made waves on social media with the former threatening to legally and physically discipline the businessman. Taking to social media, Mliswa highlighted that he did not seek to spread HIV stigma but was reproving Chiyangwa for his actions. "I have been busy at the farm& returned to the news of a leaked voice note. It should be understood that the audio was between myself& Chiyangwa. It was never meant for the public& its being leaked is clearly a

February 01, 2022

Mwonzora Trying To Take Away Chamisa's New Party CCC Using A legal Loop Hole

With just a week in existence, CCC is staring down an ugly reality: the unrepresentative leadership trying to ride on inflated popularity…  Social media went crazy with the formation of the new name given to MDC. The CCC has started off on a very wrong footing and it needs to be guided into political maturity. The problem of politicians is that they want a democratic government but want undemocratic political parties. All opposition political parties in Zimbabwe are standing on undemocratic systems. This is seen in the dubious formation of the CCC which was formed with known rules or regulations guiding them. It was introduced to the people without any structures. The new political party has also started by manipulating the judiciary system. Already Thabani Mpofu, the l

January 31, 2022

Zanu-PF Claims CCC Represents Being Used By The Devil Or The Beast

Zanu PF has labelled Nelson Chamisa’s Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) party “evil”, amid reports that the ruling party is panicking over the momentum that is accompanying the new opposition party. Chamisa and his followers last week dumped the MDC Alliance party after Douglas Mwonzora grabbed its name. This is despite the fact that Mwonzora had his own MDC-T party. To get rid of the name and party controversies the main opposition leader dumped MDC Alliance and its red colour and formed the CCC. The new party adopted the yellow and gold colours and its reflectors ahead of future elections. With by-elections around the corner, the CCC party has started popularising the name and colours. But Zanu PF has also started bad-mouthing its rival calling it an “e

January 18, 2022

Kasukuwere Says He Has Plan To Rescue Unhappy ZanuPF Members

Exiled former cabinet minister Saviour Kasukuwere said he ‘receives calls and pleas from disgruntled Zanu PF cadres on a daily basis’ adding that he devised a solution to help them and “save the revolutionary movement.” Kasukuwere alleges that Mnangagwa was “victimising” some ruling members while awarding those that defected from MDC better opportunities. “This issue of ill-treatment and injustice to cadres affects one’s conscience everyday. I receive calls and pleas from cadres on a daily basis. It weighs heavily, therefore, that a solution should be found for our comrades to live their normal lives without victimisation and ostracism,” Kasukuwere said in a statement on Monday. “Comrades, it appears those who have turned fr

January 14, 2022

President Mnangagwa Hands Over Power To VP Constantino Chiwenga While Taking Anual Leave

Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa has taken a three-week break and handed over power to his deputy Constantino Chiwenga. President Mnangagwa's office on Friday said the 79 year-old Head of State will remain in the country during his annual vacation, which began on Thursday and will run until February 5. "During this period, Honourable Vice President, General (Retired) (Constantino) Chiwenga is acting president," the president's spokesperson George Charamba said in a brief statement. On Twitter Mr Charamba added: "He will spend the break in the country, largely at his farm." President Mnangagwa took a break a few days after firing his State Security Minister Owen Ncube amid allegations of worsening infighting in his ruling Zanu PF party. Mr Ncube

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