Prison Officials Ordered To Stop Harrasing Job Sikhala

- 19 August, 2022

HIGH Court Judge Justice Emilia Muchawa has reaffirmed that consultations between detained prisoners and their lawyers should remain confidential in …

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JUST IN: Mayor Wadyajena Arrested

- 16 August, 2022

By A Correspondent| Gokwe-Nembudziya legislator Justice Mayor Wadyajena has been arrested in connection with the looting of Cottco farming inputs …

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Bhora Musango As MDC Alliance Councillors in Masvingo Votes Zanu PF Deputy Mayor

- 6 September, 2018

Jane Mlambo|Chaos reigned in Masvingo yesterday as MDC Alliance supporters besieged town hall, protesting the election of a Zanu PF …

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Dexter Nduna Rigs His Way into Parliament

- 5 September, 2018

Chegutu West Member of Parliament, Dexter Nduna whose victory was reported as having been overturned was today sworn in despite …

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Chamisa Under Pressure Not to Accept a Ministerial Position

- 5 September, 2018

Leader of the opposition, MDC Alliance is under pressure from his colleagues and senior party members to negotiate for a …

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Mliswa Pleads With Mnangagwa

- 4 September, 2018

Independent Norton legislator, Temba Mliswa has pleaded with President Emmerson Mnangagwa to reconcile people and end selective application of prosecution. …

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Zanu PF Thugs Harass Journalists During Chitungwiza’s Mayoral Elections

- 4 September, 2018

Ruling ZANU PF supporters and councillors in Chitungwiza today threatened journalists against taking pictures of protests that broke out during …

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Temba Mliswa Defends Mnangagwa’s Use of Chartered Flight to China

- 4 September, 2018

Temba Mliswa Defends Mnangagwa’s Use Independent Norton Member of Parliament, Temba Mliswa has dashed to the defence of President Emmerson …

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Zanu PF Hardliners Will Fail Mnangagwa

- 4 September, 2018

South Africa-based political analyst Philani Zamchiya has warned President Emmerson Mnangagwa to guard against manipulation by Zanu PF hardliners bent …

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Post Election Violence Commission Illegal: VERITAS

- 3 September, 2018

A local constitutional and legal think tank Organisation VERITAS has described the Commission of Inquiry into the post election shooting …

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Chasi Calls For Scrapping of Bond Notes

- 3 September, 2018

Mazowe South legislator Advocate Fortune Chasi has urged the incoming Minister of Finance to do away with bond notes which …

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ZESN Report Fingers Military and Zanu PF Supporters Over Post Election Violence

- 3 September, 2018

A local elections lobby group the Zimbabwe Election Support Network (ZESN) has released its long term observer report which fingers …

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Zanu-PF, China and Rhodesian’s, Who Really Is Pimping Zimbabwe’s Tobacco Industry? Part 1

- 8 April, 2015

      As different media publications try to figure out who to blame for this years poor tobacco season in Zimbabwe, the usual suspects have already been lined up, fingered and readied for the firing squad; packaged into the usual mantra of the “Mugabe must go” narrative.   Whether this narrative is true or false, is entirely up to you the reader to decide and above the pay grade of this article’s author. However understanding how the tobacco industry actually operates has still remained a mystery to the average Zimbabwean, basically who really benefits from Zimbabwean tobacco?   Dummies Crash Course to Zimbabwe Tobacco, Why the big deal? For those uninitiated to Zimbabwe agriculture, our soils are considered very fertile and can grow almost anything you can think off, picture or visualize a high value agricultural commodity and we can probably grow it. Rhodesians have always understood this fact, and were therefore content living outside urban areas just for this reason alone.   The knowledge of how a commodities market “realistically” worked in relation to benefiting a Rhodesian farmer, coupled to the fact that they had access to arable land developed over decades of development and subjugation, meant that Rhodesians knew how to work the global system to their advantage.   Which brings me to the first myth circulating within the media which unfortunately many of us end up swallowing up as gospel, attributing our tobacco prices falling this year, due to an influx of new farmers producing …

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