Don’t Deify Me, Says President

[The Herald] President Emmerson Mnangagwa has deplored the singing of songs that idolise him, saying he preferred that people sing the national anthem or liberation war songs. He said this while opening the Zanu-PF Extraordinary Congress held at Robert…

[The Herald] President Emmerson Mnangagwa has deplored the singing of songs that idolise him, saying he preferred that people sing the national anthem or liberation war songs. He said this while opening the Zanu-PF Extraordinary Congress held at Robert Mugabe Square in Harare yesterday. President Mnangagwa said his presidency was for all Zimbabweans irrespective of race, colour or creed.

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Externalisation – Mnangagwa to Crack the Whip

[Zimbabwe Independent] PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday said he has a list of companies and individuals who externalised money and assets during former president Robert Mugabe’s era. He warned he will not hesitate to expose those who will not hee…

[Zimbabwe Independent] PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday said he has a list of companies and individuals who externalised money and assets during former president Robert Mugabe's era. He warned he will not hesitate to expose those who will not heed his three-month amnesty which ends at the end of February next year.

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Diamond Firms in Comeback Talks

[Zimbabwe Independent] Mining companies that were chased away from Chiadzwa after government terminated their licences and consolidated the diamond industry are now negotiating a comeback following the fall of former president Robert Mugabe, the Zimbab…

[Zimbabwe Independent] Mining companies that were chased away from Chiadzwa after government terminated their licences and consolidated the diamond industry are now negotiating a comeback following the fall of former president Robert Mugabe, the Zimbabwe Independent has heard.

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Mugabe Family Struggles to Adjust

[Zimbabwe Independent] GOVERNMENT has made drastic cuts to former president Robert Mugabe’s travel expenditure after the ousted long-time leader and his family flew out of Harare to Singapore this week, nearly a month after his 37-year term came to a d…

[Zimbabwe Independent] GOVERNMENT has made drastic cuts to former president Robert Mugabe's travel expenditure after the ousted long-time leader and his family flew out of Harare to Singapore this week, nearly a month after his 37-year term came to a dramatic end following a soft military coup.

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U.S. Imperialism in Bid to Muddy Transition

[The Herald] WHILE opportunists in the so-called African American community stated that the US-EU imperialist media apparatus crafting a narrative on Zimbabwe in real time, was the reason they could not resist the temptation of waiting patiently and gi…

[The Herald] WHILE opportunists in the so-called African American community stated that the US-EU imperialist media apparatus crafting a narrative on Zimbabwe in real time, was the reason they could not resist the temptation of waiting patiently and give President Mnangagwa and zanu-pf the opportunity to address the world and put the political transition in proper context, the more genuine and consistent forces were anticipating two things; the first words of Zimbabwe's new leader President Mnangagwa and US-EU imperial

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Chombo Granted Bail in 20-Year-Old Case

[New Zimbabwe] Former Finance minister Ignatius Chombo who is accused of bribery and contravening the Prevention of Corruption Act has been freed by Harare magistrate Rumbidzai Mugwagwa.

[New Zimbabwe] Former Finance minister Ignatius Chombo who is accused of bribery and contravening the Prevention of Corruption Act has been freed by Harare magistrate Rumbidzai Mugwagwa.

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Kazembe On Infrastructure Development

[The Herald] Sport, Arts and Recreation Minister Kazembe Kazembe believes that exposing local athletes to proper facilities will enhance their competitiveness and indicated that this had influenced the importance they are attaching to infrastructure de…

[The Herald] Sport, Arts and Recreation Minister Kazembe Kazembe believes that exposing local athletes to proper facilities will enhance their competitiveness and indicated that this had influenced the importance they are attaching to infrastructure development throughout the country. Kazembe said this at the Annual National Sports Awards ceremony at the HICC on Wednesday to honour outstanding Zimbabwean athletes.

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United States Sanctions Rhetoric Exposed

[The Herald] Prominent civil society activist and Africa Union Ambassador on Child Marriages Ms Nyaradzayi Gumbonzvanda’s overwhelming nomination for the Cable News Network Hero Award came unstuck due to the US sanctions policy on Zimbabwe, exposing th…

[The Herald] Prominent civil society activist and Africa Union Ambassador on Child Marriages Ms Nyaradzayi Gumbonzvanda’s overwhelming nomination for the Cable News Network Hero Award came unstuck due to the US sanctions policy on Zimbabwe, exposing the myth the embargo is targeted at Zanu-PF and Government officials.

Moyo Dates Iridium Life Club Tonight

[The Herald] After a successful tour of Chegutu and Glendale last week, sungura musician Peter Moyo makes a date with Club Iridium (formerly Jazz 24/7) tonight. Moyo whose album “Mopao Mokonzi” revived his fortunes, said the shows are part of his outre…

[The Herald] After a successful tour of Chegutu and Glendale last week, sungura musician Peter Moyo makes a date with Club Iridium (formerly Jazz 24/7) tonight. Moyo whose album "Mopao Mokonzi" revived his fortunes, said the shows are part of his outreach programme for another album that is likely to be released next year.

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City Retirees Petition Mayor

[The Herald] Harare City Council retirees have written to mayor Councillor Bernard Manyenyeni demanding that human capital director Dr Cainos Chingombe must retire as he has reached 60 years. They argue that council policy initiated by Dr Chingombe in …

[The Herald] Harare City Council retirees have written to mayor Councillor Bernard Manyenyeni demanding that human capital director Dr Cainos Chingombe must retire as he has reached 60 years. They argue that council policy initiated by Dr Chingombe in 2014 retires employees on reaching the age of 60 and had affected some of them.

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