No One Above Ruling Party Constitution – President Mnangagwa

[The Herald] Acting Secretary, Members of the Central Committee, Party Officials, Comrades. I warmly welcome you to this session of our Central Committee which convenes on the eve of our Extraordinary Congress, which is being held under the theme; “Con…

[The Herald] Acting Secretary, Members of the Central Committee, Party Officials, Comrades. I warmly welcome you to this session of our Central Committee which convenes on the eve of our Extraordinary Congress, which is being held under the theme; "Consolidating the Gains of Zim-Asset through Unity, Peace and Development".

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Traditional Leaders Slam Opposition for ‘Trip of Shame’

[The Herald] Parliament should craft a law that punishes people who undermine the interests of Zimbabwe through calling for illegal sanctions, traditional leaders have said. Chiefs Council President Chief Fortune Charumbira said the law should also dis…

[The Herald] Parliament should craft a law that punishes people who undermine the interests of Zimbabwe through calling for illegal sanctions, traditional leaders have said. Chiefs Council President Chief Fortune Charumbira said the law should also disqualify culprits from seeking political or public office as part of measures to protect its interests and that of citizens and nip in the bud what MDC Alliance members led by Mr Tendai Biti did in the United States this week.

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Probe Soldiers’ Slaying Incisively, State Stresses

[Daily News] THE Tanzanian government has asked the United Nations (UN) to launch an intensive, accurate and transparent investigation into the circumstances that occasioned the deadly attack which claimed the lives of 14 Tanzanian soldiers in Eastern …

[Daily News] THE Tanzanian government has asked the United Nations (UN) to launch an intensive, accurate and transparent investigation into the circumstances that occasioned the deadly attack which claimed the lives of 14 Tanzanian soldiers in Eastern Congo last week.

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Midlands Sends 819 Delegates to Ruling Party Congress

[The Herald] The Midlands Province yesterday dispatched 819 delegates and over 10 buses for the Zanu-PF’s Extraordinary Congress which kicks off in Harare today. Delegates from the province’s eight districts, were addressed by the party’s provincial le…

[The Herald] The Midlands Province yesterday dispatched 819 delegates and over 10 buses for the Zanu-PF's Extraordinary Congress which kicks off in Harare today. Delegates from the province's eight districts, were addressed by the party's provincial leadership at Kwekwe' Queens Club before they departed.

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Bereaved Urinates in Mourner’s Mouth

[The Herald] In a bizarre case, a woman from Mvuma in the Midlands Province has appeared in court for urinating in the mouth of a mourner who collapsed at the funeral wake of her son. Martha Mudzori (53), who had lost her son, urinated in the mouth of …

[The Herald] In a bizarre case, a woman from Mvuma in the Midlands Province has appeared in court for urinating in the mouth of a mourner who collapsed at the funeral wake of her son. Martha Mudzori (53), who had lost her son, urinated in the mouth of Mr Kenneth Takawira Zwihoko, soon after he collapsed, but later died. She claimed by urinating in Zwihoko’s mouth she was trying to resuscitate him.

Student Pastor Jailed for Rape

[The Herald] A student pastor at Family of God Church was yesterday sentenced to 18 years in prison by Marondera magistrate Mr Clever Tsikwa for raping an 11-year-old church-mate.

[The Herald] A student pastor at Family of God Church was yesterday sentenced to 18 years in prison by Marondera magistrate Mr Clever Tsikwa for raping an 11-year-old church-mate.

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