Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Police officers arrested for leaks to MDC

Two senior police officers and an ex-policeman have been arrested, with the serving officers being summarily transferred to remote police stations outside Harare, after they were accused of allegedly leaking police information to the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC).

Finance minister Biti says Mugabe earns us$300

President Robert Mugabe earns a paltry US$300 per month (R2 400), making him probably the worst-paid head of state in the world.

Mangoma faces wrath over Kariba Draft

The Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) formation led by Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has censured Minister of Economic Planning and Investment Promotion Elton Mangoma for joining negotiators from rival political parties in endorsing the Karina Draft as the reference point in crafting a new constitution.

ANC youth leader receives a bull and 20 cows from Gono

Julius Malema’s “diplomatic skills” during his recent visit to Zimbabwe saw him showered in livestock. A bull and 20 cows, to be exact.

Parliament splashes US$8 000 on flowers

Parliament splashed US$8 000 on flowers on the chaotic July All-Stakeholders’ Conference on the constitution despite claims that the process is financially hamstrung.

We must eat elections – Lucia Matibenga

Firebrand labour activist, Honourable Lucia Matibenga, has called on fellow Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) members to gear up for elections. Principals in the Global Political Agreement (GPA) have tentatively agreed to go for polls next year.

We can go it alone: DPM Khupe

Zimbabwe has the resources to bankroll the economic turnaround programme and should stop going to outsiders, looking for development assistance, Deputy Prime Minister Thokozani Khupe has said.

Why I am so nice to Bob – Tsvangirai

Reconciliation has brought large benefits to Zimbabwe, Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai told The Economist conference on the future of the beleaguered country in Johannesburg Thursday.

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.

Residents demonstrate against MDC-T councillors

Business at Mupenzanhamo and Mbare markets yesterday ground to a halt as hundreds of residents demonstrated against the alleged seizure of houses and market stalls from them by three MDC-T councillors.