Zanu-PF Sets Up 3 250 Polling Stations

[The Herald] Zanu-PF has set up 3 250 polling stations ahead of its primary elections tomorrow and is ready to ensure that the polls are conducted freely, a senior party member has said. In an interview with ZBC News yesterday, Zanu-PF Politburo member…

[The Herald] Zanu-PF has set up 3 250 polling stations ahead of its primary elections tomorrow and is ready to ensure that the polls are conducted freely, a senior party member has said. In an interview with ZBC News yesterday, Zanu-PF Politburo member Cde Munyaradzi Machacha, who is a member of the Commissariat department, said the list of candidates had been finalised by the national elections directorate (NED).

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MDC-T Assets to Go Under the Hammer

[The Herald] MDC -Property that was last year attached and removed from the opposition party’s headquarters at Harvest House in Harare over unfair labour practice, will today be sold at LM Auctions to recover labour damages to the tune of $108 000.

[The Herald] MDC -Property that was last year attached and removed from the opposition party's headquarters at Harvest House in Harare over unfair labour practice, will today be sold at LM Auctions to recover labour damages to the tune of $108 000.

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Katumbi, Kagame Meet At Mo Ibrahim Even In Kigali

Congolese opposition leader Moïse Katumbi is in Kigali, Rwanda attending at international event orgaised Mo Ibrahim. The Mo Ibrahim initiative promotes good governance, accountability and salaries. According to local media, Katumbi touched down at Kigali international airport ahead of the … Continued

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Congolese opposition leader Moïse Katumbi is in Kigali, Rwanda attending at international event orgaised Mo Ibrahim. The Mo Ibrahim initiative promotes good governance, accountability and salaries. According to local media, Katumbi touched down at Kigali international airport ahead of the Ibrahim Governance Weekend – a flagship event of the Mo Ibrahim Foundation. The event is held annually in different African countries. Moïse Katumbi, a favourite to win the delayed elections is also wanted by DRC leader Joseph Kabila for politically motivated charges which include allegations of running a covert mercenary group. Kabila has delayed elections that were due in 2016 after his second mandate expired and he is constitutionally barred from seeing a third term. While in Kigali, Moïse Katumbi is due to meet renowned debaters Donald Kaberuka, Member, Global Leadership Foundation and former president of the African Development Bank, Dr Carlos Lopes, Professor, Graduate School Of Development, Policy & Practice, University of Cape town and former Executive secretary, Economic Commission for Africa. Others attendaning are Nanjala Nyabola, Kenyan Writer and activist, Comfort Ero the Director International Crisis Group, Clare Akamanzi, CEO, Rwanda Development Board and Acha Leke, Senior partner,McKinsey & Company, SA. Co-founder, African Leadership Network. The post Katumbi, Kagame Meet At Mo Ibrahim Even In Kigali appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Ruling Party Candidates Summoned to Harare As Violence Erupts

[New Zimbabwe] All aspiring candidates in the coming ZANU PF primary elections for Marondera Central parliamentary and local council seats were on Thursday ordered to report to the party headquarters in Harare to resolve cases of violence and intimidat…

[New Zimbabwe] All aspiring candidates in the coming ZANU PF primary elections for Marondera Central parliamentary and local council seats were on Thursday ordered to report to the party headquarters in Harare to resolve cases of violence and intimidation in the area.

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Khupe Demands Cash Disbursed to Chamisa Faction By Govt

[New Zimbabwe] THE internal power struggle between MDC-T protagonists Nelson Chamisa and Thokozani Khupe could be headed for the boil after the later noted by success at the High Court now wants her share of the money the party received from government.

[New Zimbabwe] THE internal power struggle between MDC-T protagonists Nelson Chamisa and Thokozani Khupe could be headed for the boil after the later noted by success at the High Court now wants her share of the money the party received from government.

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Controversial Big Miner Under Fire

[Zimbabwe Independent] Kazakhstan-based mining company, Eurasian Resources Group (ERG, formerly ENRC) which helped former First Lady Grace Mugabe’s son Russel Goreraza import top-of-the-range vehicles worth US$2,5 million after brokering a controversia…

[Zimbabwe Independent] Kazakhstan-based mining company, Eurasian Resources Group (ERG, formerly ENRC) which helped former First Lady Grace Mugabe's son Russel Goreraza import top-of-the-range vehicles worth US$2,5 million after brokering a controversial mining deal involving government, is violating basic human rights of thousands of people in an area which it mines in the Democratic Republic of Congo(DRC), a British government report says.

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Cairns Foods to Inject U.S.$4 Million

[Zimbabwe Independent] Cairns Foods plans to inject US$4 million into its operations this year as it gradually revives its beverages business unit which collapsed when government rolled out its chaotic agrarian reforms.

[Zimbabwe Independent] Cairns Foods plans to inject US$4 million into its operations this year as it gradually revives its beverages business unit which collapsed when government rolled out its chaotic agrarian reforms.

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May Day – Workers Union Invites Ruling Party, Chamisa

[New Zimbabwe] The Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) has invited Zanu PF and MDC Alliance politicians but skipped former Vice President Joice Mujuru and MDC-T faction leader Thokozani Khupe who has declared herself legitimate head of the main op…

[New Zimbabwe] The Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) has invited Zanu PF and MDC Alliance politicians but skipped former Vice President Joice Mujuru and MDC-T faction leader Thokozani Khupe who has declared herself legitimate head of the main opposition.

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Trade Fair Shows Signs of Recovery

[Zimbabwe Independent] The Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) – considered a barometer of the health of the economy – is showing signs of recovery after years in the doldrums due to prolonged economic problems, a senior official of the body has s…

[Zimbabwe Independent] The Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) - considered a barometer of the health of the economy - is showing signs of recovery after years in the doldrums due to prolonged economic problems, a senior official of the body has said.

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