When Zanu PF warded off the country’s greatest threat, the Western sponsored regime change project in July 2013, it was hoped the country would get some breathing space to reconstruct the economy.
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IT has been yet another turbulent year, with triumphs and follies in Zimbabwe’s political scene.
MUTARE City Council workers have accused Zanu PF secretary for administration, Didymus Mutasa of lying to them just before elections that he would organise payment of their salary arrears once Zanu Pf was voted into power.
ZANU fears that opposition parties, civil society and some Western countries could still be strategising to dislodge it from power.
ZANU PF’S old guard is using the issue of seniority and hierarchy to block ambitious Young Turks from entertaining any hopes of succeeding President Robert Mugabe.
ZANU PF has recommended the adoption and implementation of the findings of the 1999 Nziramasanga Commission of inquiry into the education system.
Moves by government to put an end to illegal housing structures is a wake-up call to people who heeded calls by Zanu PF leadership to build houses on land that did not belong to them.
INTERNAL fights in Zanu PF, which are rearing their ugly heads during the on-going provincial elections, are a common phenomenon and do not signify a weakening of the party, analysts […]
THE faction loyal to Vice-President Joice Mujuru has taken an early lead in the battle for control of provinces in the on-going Zanu PF provincial elections.
SCORES of people who were recently evicted from farms across the country soon after the July 31 Zanu PF electoral victory last week said they were “used and dumped” by the ruling party.