The executive director of the Helen Suzman Foundation (HSF) says they have received "alarming" threatening responses to the announcement that the foundation is challenging Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi's decision to terminate the Zimbabwean Exemption Permit (ZEP).
Tune in to any international news channel, and one encounters citizens of various nations around the world taking a firm stand against their pain and suffering endured as a result of unbearable economic hardships.
I have said this before, and I will never tire saying it over and over again – until this yarn of the ruling elite in this country having liberated Zimbabweans has been thrown where it rightfully belongs…in the dustbin of the world’s greatest lies of history.
A GROUP of Zanu PF youths calling itself Varakashi for ED is going around Bulawayo asking for donations in the form of cash and food to host an event to showcase President Emmerson Mnangagwa and Zanu PF’s achievements since 2018.
Former freedom fighters have rejected a call made by President Emmerson Mnangagwa last week, for them to lead mass mobilisation campaigns ahead of the 2023 elections, saying they will not be used a militia to prop up the ruling party.
Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (ARTUZ) President and Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition Spokesperson, Obert Masaraure, today June 16, 2022 appeared at the Harare Magistrates Court charged with Murder as defined in Section 47 of the Criminal Law (Codification and Reform) Act Chapter 9:23.
There's no doubt that the online entertainment landscape is constantly changing. What was popular last year may not be so popular this year, and vice versa. One thing is for certain, people do seek out online entertainment sources more than ever.
HARARE — Slain Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) activist Moreblessing Ali’s mutilated body was packed into a body bag in two parts, with police stuffing her intestines in a plastic, party legislator Job Sikhala has said.
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HARARE – Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) has deployed its internal security to the scene of a human body found this Saturday, Nyatsime area in Chitungwiza amid fears this could be the remains of missing party activist Moreblessing Ali, 46, who was reportedly abducted by Zanu PF activists late last month.
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HARARE – Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) staff were left “shaken” after first lady Auxillia Mnangagwa caused a rumpus at the Forbes border post, including having her aides grab a manager by his belt, ZimLive has learnt.
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When British colonists callously and gruesomely executed hanging Nehanda Nyakasikana, Sekuru Kaguvi, and other local leaders, in March 1898, for their valiant championing of the first mass resistance against the barbaric occupation of their land - the settlers genuinely believed they had successfully killed the people's desire for their freedom and self-determination.
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The revelation that one of the most wanted Rwandan genocide fugitives lived in Zimbabwe until his death - the same country that sheltered a former Ethiopian leader convicted of killing millions of people - has raised questions about Harare’s commitment to human rights.
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Opposition MDC-T’s chairperson Morgen Komichi has said the party has lost its popularity due to its failure to keep the ruling ZANU PF on its toes as it used to do during the days of its founding leader, the late Morgan Tsvangirai.
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Member of Parliament (MP) for Mbizo Constituency, Settlement Chikwinya, has requested the Parliament to summon Health and Child Care Minister, Constantino Chiwenga, to explain the rationale behind the government’s hiking of hospital user fees to levels that he said were beyond the reach of many.
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Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) Secretary-General, Chalton Hwende has said the planned candle lighting commemoration for Zimbabwean academic, Alex Tawanda Magaisa should be held despite police refusing to sanction the event.
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The recent ruling by High Court judge Justice David Mangota, giving the Justice Minister, and the Attorney General, 45 days to develop a code of conduct for Zimbabwe’s Vice Presidents and Cabinet Ministers, in accordance with section 106(3) of the Constitution, laid bare the inadequacies of the country’s supreme law.
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THE majority of Zimbabweans now trust the Nelson Chamisa led Citizens Coalition (CCC) to change the country's fortunes more than the ruling Zanu-PF party, a Mass Public Opinion Institute (MPOI) survey has revealed.
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We have followed, with interest, the ongoing developments on the Pomona dumpsite deal where the Minister of Local Government, Honorable July Moyo is pushing and defending the privatisation of the dumpsite. The deal was awarded to Geogenix BV, a Netherlands company.
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Pentecost is remembered and celebrated this weekend. It is the final act in the drama that started in Bethlehem with the birth of Mary’s child. The seed that he sowed fell on rocky ground but it also fell in fertile soil.
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After going through the recently re-released primary and secondary school examination fee structure, it was unequivocally plain that the Zimbabwe government had effectively hammered the final nail in the coffin of our local currency.
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In this new series Magari Mandebvu explains the constitutional provisions that govern the holding of elections in Zimbabwe. This supreme law of the land details exactly how the government of they must seek a mandate to govern from the people. We all need to be aware of just how this is supposed to done.
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Traders examine bales of tobacco, which is among Zimbabwe’s key exports, at a March 2022 auction in Harare. EFE-EPA/Aaron Ufumeli Gift Dafuleya, University of Venda Zimbabwe is heading for general polls in 2023 amid an ongoing macroeconomic crisis. In the decade starting from 2001, the state-led economy started to show signs of strain. Unemployment reached
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