President Robert Mugabe is under pressure to use this week’s Zanu PF 14th national people’s conference to elevate party national chairman, Simon Khaya-Moyo to vice-President, it has emerged. Khaya-Moyo’s promotion […]
ZANU PF’s fiercely contested provincial elections reached a denouement yesterday with a faction linked to Vice-President Joice Mujuru poised to win most
The MDC party has said it is still alive and its leader; Professor Welshman Ncube has no plans to quit the party despite its drubbing in the July 31 poll
THERE is uproar in Chinhoyi over the forthcoming Zanu PF national people’s conference
THERE were fireworks at the Zanu PF’s politburo meeting yesterday as different factions squared-up over the widening divisions and chaos
MUTASA — THE Benza brothers in Mutasa district are embroiled in a wrangle with the local Member of Parliament over the rehabilitation of a road in the area.
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe (pictured) will stamp his authority in Zanu PF to end defiance and public spats between his top lieutenants who are fighting over the on-going provincial elections, it has emerged.
MINES and Mining Development Minister Walter Chidhakwa has revealed that he was approached by private sector players, including mining companies, offering him bribes to facilitate deals.
THE MDC-T has said the decision by the party’s Mashonaland East leadership to suspend former Marondera Central Member of Parliament, Ian Kay for five years is not valid.
INFIGHTING in Zanu PF will spill into government with serious ramifications on the economy as factions tussle for control ahead of next year’s elective congress, analysts have warned.