Friday, July 21, 2017

Communications minister Chamisa resigns

Information Communication Technology minister Nelson Chamisa has reportedly tendered his resignation over the seizure of the department of telecommunications from his ministry.

We will not give up RBZ cars, say MPs

Members of Parliament yesterday vowed not to return the vehicles they collected from the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe as it emerged that seven MDC-T ministers also took the cars.

Mugabe torturers confess as Church starts quest for reconciliation

Harry is a former torturer. He is also at the heart of an experiment to bring peace and reconciliation to Zimbabwe.

50 MDC-T legislators face disciplinary action

More than 50 MDC-T MPs face disciplinary action from their party after they took delivery of Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe vehicles.

Zim's Unity government is not helping farmers yet

Rusape Magistrate's Court early last year found him innocent of trespass charges laid against him under complicated land laws declared "racist" by the SADC Tribunal

The Shocking Deal Between Mugabe and Tsvangirai

For the next parliamentary elections, the MDC-T and ZANU PF have agreed to split Zimbabwe in half as if it is their private property.

Mugabe aides are said to use violence to gain amnesty

President Robert Mugabe's top lieutenants are trying to force the political opposition into granting them amnesty for their past crimes by abducting, detaining and torturing opposition officials and activists, according to senior members of Mr Mugabe's party.
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