ZANU PF Mashonaland West provincial executive is reportedly burning the midnight oil to have Norton legislator Christopher Mutsvangwa recalled from Parliament over a number of allegations, among them his association with former war veterans’ leader Jabulani Sibanda. Continue reading
SOME people will only see the sour grapes side — and justifiably so to a considerable extent — to fired War Veterans minister Chris Mutsvangwa’s parting shot at President Robert Mugabe, but that’s not only there is to it.
The welfare of Members of Parliament took centre stage in one of the plenary sessions in the National Assembly last week. Frustrated by what they see as unfair treatment compared to their counterparts in the Executive, MPs across the political divide demonstrated unity of purpose in demanding an improvement in their conditions of service. Continue reading
“ALL he desired was a peaceful nation, where people are free to express themselves and people are protected by the State.” Continue reading
News that a Zifa board member, a couple of players and an assistant coach were caught in a match-fixing storm came as a bombshell, but in reality, this should have been expected. Continue reading
VICE-PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa’s wife, Auxillia, reportedly confiscated title deeds for a farm owned by a co-operative in her Chirumanzu-Zibagwe constituency and replaced the co-operative’s executive with Zanu PF appointees. Continue reading
Mines and Mining Development minister Walter Chidakwa must explain why he wanted the nine companies to consolidate into one if they were stealing so much money from Zimbabweans. Continue reading