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MDC Chamisa has nothing to do with last week's massive protests



The MDC says it has nothing to do with last week's massive protests which brought the country to a standstill for at least three days. Thousands of Zimbabweans took to the streets across the country i...Read more

MDC Chamisa has nothing to do with last week's massive protests

20 January 2019 | 515 Views
The MDC says it has nothing to do with last week's massive protests which brought the country to a standstill for at least three days. Thousands of Zimbabweans took to the streets across the country i...

by Staff reporter

Mnangagwa's govt has squandered immense goodwill

19 January 2019 | 236 Views
THE Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) this week called a three-day stayaway to protest the government's decision to hike fuel prices amid a rapidly deteriorating economic environment and rising...

by Staff reporter

Zimbabwe facing foreign currency shortages, not fuel, says Mnangagwa

13 January 2019 | 778 Views
News Editor Gift Phiri sits down for a wide-ranging interview with President Emmerson Mnangagwa's spokesperson George Charamba about the stuttering economy and what government is doing to address the ...

by Staff reporter

Mnangagwa's wife broke the ice, not the strike - doctors

13 January 2019 | 190 Views
Zimbabwe government hospital doctors have been on strike for the past 36 days, plunging the public health sector into deep crisis, which has led to the near-collapse of the health delivery system. But...

by Staff reporter

'In politics, treachery is inevitable'

09 December 2018 | 285 Views
The book 'Junctions' in one way is a celebration of the coup that toppled long-ruling Robert Mugabe, ushering in President Emmerson Mnangagwa - for a long time the former president's right hand man. ...

by Staf reporter

'Gukurahundi haunting chiefs'

09 December 2018 | 790 Views
Chiefs last week resolved to set up a mechanism to resolve the long-standing grievances by people in Matabeleland and the Midlands provinces emanating from the atrocities blamed on the North Korean-tr...

by Staff reporter

Motlanthe lived in Bulawayo's Mpopoma suburb

02 December 2018 | 13734 Views
Former South African president Kgalema Motlanthe, who has been leading a commission investigating the killing of six protesters in Harare on August 1, has revealed for the first time his close ties wi...

by Staff reporter

Canada sanctions on ZImbabwe to remain

30 November 2018 | 980 Views
CANADA is one of the Western countries which imposed sanctions on Zimbabwe following the violent and chaotic post-2000 land reform programme. Since then, relations between the two countries have been ...

by Staff reporter

Mnangagwa has created 800,000 jobs, claims govt

25 November 2018 | 787 Views
It is a year since President Emmerson Mnangagwa came into power after the army dislodged long-time ruler Robert Mugabe in dramatic fashion.Mnangagwa, who bounced back a few days after being fi...

by Staff reporter

Mwonzora opens his heart on challenging Chamisa

23 November 2018 | 7020 Views
WITH reports circulating of an alleged rift between MDC leader Nelson Chamisa and secretary-general, Douglas Mwonzora, NewsDay reporter Kudzai Muchenjekwa (ND) caught up with Mwonzora (DM) who spoke i...

by Staff reporter

Chamisa says there is no agreement on national issues with Mnangagwa

11 November 2018 | 1475 Views
MDC leader Nelson Chamisa believes that the country's economic situation will remain dire until a solution is found to the legitimacy question that he is currently pursuing. In this wide-rangi...

by Staff reporter

'Bond notes have been a success'

11 November 2018 | 2092 Views
RESERVE Bank of Zimbabwe governor John Mangudya had a torrid time at the pre-budget seminar for legislators in Bulawayo last week when he was grilled over currency problems bedevilling the country....

by Staff reporter

'Army killings ruling a test for Mnangagwa'

11 November 2018 | 651 Views
A High Court judgement that seems to exonerate President Emmerson Mnangagwa of any wrongdoing in the army killings of protesters in Harare on August 1 has rekindled talk of a rift between the Zanu-PF ...

by Staff reporter

Mnangagwa puts Mutsvangwa to the sword

06 November 2018 | 15844 Views
Deputy Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet responsible for presidential communications George Charamba (GC) says President Emmerson Mnangagwa's former special advisor, Chris Mutsvangwa, shoul...

by Staff reporter

'I was there before Dabengwa'

04 November 2018 | 2690 Views
The Sunday Mail's Deputy News Editor Levi Mukarati continues his conversation with Clark Ngiyo Mpofu, one of the first nationalists to undergo military training in China. Mpofu reflects on his time in...

by Staff reporter

'RBZ must be as clean as possible'

28 October 2018 | 2129 Views
The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has been under scrutiny following the suspension of four directors - Messrs Mirirai Chiremba (financial intelligence), Norman Mataruka (bank supervision), Gresham Muradzik...

by Staff reporter

How Mugabe survived assassination in Gutu

21 October 2018 | 10962 Views
Kenny Constantine Mabuya, whose Chimurenga name was Cde Kenny Ridzai, makes stunning revelations about their confrontation with the British authorities after they had been sent as the advance team for...

by Staff reporter

Tendai Biti always has something to say

21 October 2018 | 1461 Views
The Daily News on Sunday's Pauline Hurungudo sits down for a wide-ranging interview with former Finance minister Tendai Biti, who is also the deputy national chairperson for the MDC, about the state o...

by Staff reporter

'Chiwenga is not dying'

21 October 2018 | 4355 Views
President Emmerson Mnangagwa's spokesperson George Charamba has revealed that he once considered throwing in the towel, but changed his mind after he was persuaded by his new boss.Last year Ch...

by Staff reporter

Zimbabwe army faces grilling over killings

21 October 2018 | 723 Views
A commission set to investigate the August 1 deadly shooting of protestors began public hearings last week to establish what led to the killings.The inquiry led by former South African preside...

by Staff reporter

Change of currency not ideal to revive Zimbabwe economy

19 October 2018 | 1971 Views
THE country's economic crisis has deepened since the recent fiscal and monetary measures announced by Finance minister Mthuli Ncube and Reserve Bank governor John Mangudya. The economy has plu...

by Staff reporter

'Gukurahundi pushed me into politics'

16 October 2018 | 2360 Views
THE main opposition MDC Alliance's deputy chief whip in the National Assembly, Nomathemba Ndlovu, has opened up on her traumatic childhood as a victim of Gukurahundi. Ndlovu, a proportional representa...

by Staff reporter

Matiza talks tough on VID corruption

30 September 2018 | 612 Views
Transport minister Joel Biggie Matiza inherited a portfolio that superintends over struggling, but key parastatals such as Air Zimbabwe and the National Railways of Zimbabwe.Matiza (JBM) told ...

by Staff reporer

Chigumba lashes out at 'sore losers'

23 September 2018 | 3334 Views
Over two months since Zimbabwe held its first post-Robert Mugabe elections, the outcome of the polls is still being disputed by the country's biggest opposition party, the MDC Alliance.MDC All...

by Staff reporter

Obert Mpofu denies growing rich off govt corruption

23 September 2018 | 2041 Views
Zanu-PF secretary for administration Obert Mpofu sits down for a wide-ranging interview with the Daily on Sunday's Mugove Tafirenyika. Find below excerpts of the interview.Q: Zanu-PF has intro...

by Staff reporter

Prison boss willing to consider inmates conjugal visits

23 September 2018 | 2159 Views
Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services (ZPCS) Commissioner-General Paradzai Zimondi talks to the Daily News on Sunday's Tendayi Madhomu about the state of the correctional facilities in Zimbabwe....

by Staff reporter

Crocodile Gang: 'Last man standing'

23 September 2018 | 827 Views
This week we publish the first part of an account from Enock Sithole, the lone survivor and commander of the six-member Crocodile Gang that operated in Melsetter (Chimanimani) in the 1960s. The group ...

by Staff reporter

Mnangagwa needs the best brains Zimbabwe can produce

23 September 2018 | 251 Views
President Emmerson Mnangagwa is currently in New York, United States of America, for the 73rd Ordinary Session of the United Nations General Assembly. On Friday, he had an interview with CNN's Christi...

by Staff reporter

Muchinguri says she is not a figurehead, she has the power

21 September 2018 | 1317 Views
Zanu PF's first woman chairperson, Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri, (OM) broke new ground when she was appointed Zimbabwe's first female Defence minister. She speaks to NewsDay (ND) reporter Blessed Mhlanga ...

by Staff reporter

'Zanu-PF committed to human rights'

17 September 2018 | 502 Views
JUSTICE minister Ziyambi Ziyambi, who served as President Emmerson Mnangagwa's chief elections agent in the July 30 poll, last week met with NewsDay reporter Blessed Mhlanga for an interview where he ...

by Staff reporter

I regret joining Tendai Biti

17 September 2018 | 6149 Views
FORMER vice-president of the Joice Mujuru-led National People's Party Samuel Sipepa Nkomo says his political career, spanning nearly six decades, had so many ups and downs, but the lowest dip was when...

by Staff reporter

US piles pressure on Mnangagwa

16 September 2018 | 22178 Views
Newly-appointed United States ambassador to Zimbabwe Brian Nichols says he is looking forward to seeing Zimbabwe return to being the powerhouse it used to be, once it embarks on a path of reviving its...

by Staff reporter

Winds of change blow in Zimbabwe

15 September 2018 | 745 Views
President Emmerson Mnangagwa's promise to transform the nation by broadening and revitalising its economic opportunities, while ensuring progressive steps are taken towards a democratic future, have c...

by Staff reporter

'I was labelled a prostitute'

13 September 2018 | 1345 Views
HAJIRAH Belinda Potts was recently crowned Miss World Zimbabwe at a colourful ceremony in Domboshava's Orchid Gardens, shrugging off stiff competition from 13 other contestants. NewsDay Life &...

by Staff reporter

Mugabe has to rejoin Zanu-PF from cell level, says War vets

11 September 2018 | 883 Views
War veterans recently held a Press conference and chided former President Robert Mugabe after the latter turned his back on President Emmerson Mnangagwa on election eve, saying he would not vote for p...

by Staff reporter

Chamisa's bungling lawyer says, 'You can't expect fresh water from a salty well'

03 September 2018 | 4538 Views
MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa, who lost in the July 30 presidential elections to President Emmerson Mnangagwa, rejected the results, claiming that the polls had been stolen. He approached the Con...

by Staff reporter

'Mnangagwa's Biti tweet misconstrued'

20 August 2018 | 1839 Views
FEARS abound that President-elect Emmerson Mnangagwa's government will influence the Constitutional Court's decision in the landmark case in which opposition leader Nelson Chamisa wants the results of...

by Staff reporter

Aide shares memory of Joshua Nkomo

14 August 2018 | 1561 Views
One of the founding fathers of Zimbabwe's liberation struggle and late Vice President Dr Joshua Nkomo, a larger than life character is still alive in the hearts of many, for he was and still is an ico...

by Staff reporter

How heroes became victims of politicians

12 August 2018 | 240 Views
LAST week, Comrade Agrippah Gava (born 1956) whose Chimurenga name was Conary Mabuto narrated how the Rhodesian forces massacred over 100 refugees at Chikumbi Camp in Zambia and how one could be ZIPRA...

by Staff reporter

Zipra's plan after downing Rhodesian Viscounts

29 July 2018 | 449 Views
Last week, Comrade Agrippah Gava (born 1956) narrated how he left Tekwane High School with a group of 34 other students to join the liberation struggle in 1976. He narrated how he went for military tr...

by Staff reporter

'Zimbabwe bigger than Chamisa'

23 July 2018 | 897 Views
ZIMBABWE is heading for elections next Monday and opposition political parties are piling pressure on the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) to reform the electoral roadmap ahead of polling day. ...

by Staff rpeorter

Mujuru to win the Zimbabwe presidential election on July 30

22 July 2018 | 1570 Views
THREE years after she was unceremoniously fired from Zanu-PF and government, former vice-president Joice Mujuru will on July 30 contest her first election as an opposition candidate and she believes v...

by Staff reporter

Chigumba hits back at critics

15 July 2018 | 325 Views
The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC)'s handling of the July 30 presidential, parliamentary and local government elections came under sharp scrutiny last week after the opposition MDC Alliance claim...

by Staff reporter

Tsvangirai's daughter bares soul

09 July 2018 | 1120 Views
STRONG willed and ready for the rough and tumble that is characteristic of Zimbabwe's treacherous political landscape, former Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai's daughter Vimbai-Java (pictured), is rea...

by Staff rpeorter

Joshua Nkomo's Turning Point

01 July 2018 | 447 Views
COMRADE Elison Mupamawonde (born 1950 in Bikita), whose Chimurenga was Soft Magarasadza last week spoke about how ZIPRA out-gunned Rhodesian forces at Chirundu during the liberation struggle and how t...

by Staff reporter

'Zanu-PF hoodwinked us'

25 June 2018 | 1128 Views
Seven months after helping President Emmerson Mnangagwa wrestle power from his mentor Robert Mugabe, war veterans are crying foul claiming there is a plot to sideline them in Zanu-PF.The war v...

by Staffr eporter

How ZIPRA outgunned Rhodesians at Chirundu

24 June 2018 | 3425 Views
In our last instalment, Soft Magarasadza, a former ZIPRA commander, spoke about how he joined the liberation struggle and went on to walk from Mozambique to Botswana for two months after the failure o...

by Staff reporter

Zanu-PF doesn't run cheap campaigns, says Mpofu

17 June 2018 | 915 Views
ZANU-PF is  going for broke ahead of the July 30 general elections with a war chest of over $200 million despite reports that the ruling party is broke. The extravagant campaign has raised questi...

by Staff reporter

Bringing rural women to the frontline

11 June 2018 | 512 Views
Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, United Nations Under-Secretary-General and executive director of UN Women, recently began a second term in office. In her first term, she drew attention to women's issues globa...

by Africa Renewal

Youth can be agents of positive change

06 June 2018 | 329 Views
Jayathma Wickramanayake, 27, from Sri Lanka, is the new UN Secretary-General’s Envoy on Youth. Her role is to expand the UN’s youth engagement and advocacy efforts. She also serves as an adviser t...

by Jayathma Wickramanayake, UN youth envoy
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