President Mugabe in Malabo

President Robert Mugabe is in Malabo, the capital city of Equatorial Guinea on a two-day working consultative visit.

 

The visit comes ahead of the African Union summit scheduled for June in South Africa and will give the two leaders an opportunity to share opinions on developments in the region and other key continental issues.

 

 
'The President cannot owe'

Presidential spokesperson Cde George Charamba says President Robert Mugabe does not owe anyone money as reported by a daily publication that claimed that the First Family borrowed US$30 million from former Zanu PF Mashonaland East provincial chairperson Ray Kaukonde.

 

 
Gender Ministers meeting ends

The SADC Ministers of Gender Conference held from the 27th to the 29th of this month ended in the capital with Ministers recommending and calling for an increased budgetary allocation for the implementation of the SADC gender programmes at both regional and national level.

 

 

Cde Andrew Langa under fire

Cde Andrew Langa under fire

Zanu PF Matabeleland South province has recommended to the politburo that Insiza North legislator Cde Andrew Langa be expelled from the party following growing concerns that he is fanning divisions in...

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Mutare transporter wins ZNCC award

Mutare transporter wins ZNCC award

Mutare transporter Tino Machakaire Macharika of Tinmac Motors is the Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce (ZNCC) Manicaland Business Person of the Year.

 

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Daiton Somanje remembered

Daiton Somanje remembered

Sungura musician Daiton Somanje who died last month was remembered at a memorial service held at his home in Rusike suburb on Friday night with his band Pengaudzoke taking people down memory lane belt...

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Madagascar Parly vote to oust president

Madagascar Parly vote to oust president

Madagascar's parliament on Tuesday voted to dismiss President Hery Rajaonarimampianina for alleged constitutional violations and general incompetence.

 

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Govt establishes Lands Commission Board

Govt establishes Lands Commission Board

The government has established a Lands Commission Board to spearhead the redress of land disputes, cases of multiple farm ownership and account for land that is underutilised.

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Council budget still to get approval

Council budget still to get approval

The Harare City Council has been operating blindly since the beginning of the year as their 2015 budget has not been approved by the Ministry of Local Government,  Public Works and National Housing ow...

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Policy makers should address import of horticultural produce

By John Gambanga

 

It does not make economic sense for  the Zimbabwean government  to turn a blind eye to the huge import of vegetables from South Africa, yet the local horticulture industry produces be...

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Dongo in first premiership win

Rusape-based side Dongo Sawmills registered their first victory in premiership football after beating Flame Lilly 2-1 at the Lafarge stadium in Mabvuku.

 

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Nalatale ruins restored

Nalatale ruins restored

Nalatale National Ruins which had disintegrated have been restored at a cost of US$64 000 with the assistance of the United States embassy in a move set to promote tourism in Matabeleland South provin...

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Child burning parents jailed

The abusive Raffingora couple that dipped an 8-year old girl’s hand in boiling cooking oil as punishment over goat meat she had eaten without permission was handed a two year jail sentence each by Chi...

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PRESIDENT R.G. MUGABE QUOTES

"I am here for as long as I am still sane, with good memory and will power. I thank God for giving me extra strength. I still have a bright mind; I still have will. I know our history more than you do. I know the wishes of those heroes and those who lie elsewhere more than you do. I know the wishes of the chiefs, dead and alive." - At 6th Zanu PF National People's Congress, 2014.

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