HARARE – President Robert Mugabe’s loyalist and Vice President Joice Mujuru is walking with a spring as her faction is on a roll, cleansing provinces ahead of elections and positioning itself for an eventual takeover of Zanu PF.
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HARARE – President Robert Mugabe’s loyalist Didymus Mutasa is walking with a spring after outsmarting a wing within Zanu PF linked to Defence minister Emmerson Mnangagwa at the weekend. Mutasa is also plotting the downfall of Justice minister Patrick Chinamasa.
Nehanda Radio, publishes the second article, to this three part installment on the controversial succession of President Robert Mugabe, in light of presidential and parliamentary elections taking place soon in Zimbabwe.
Nehanda Radio, shall be publishing a three part story installment on the controversial succession of President Robert Mugabe, which is all but reaching its climax in the wake of presidential and parliamentary elections in a few months.
Iran’s ostracized leader Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has upped the ante in relations with Zimbabwe with reports that Tehran is involved in a massive cyber training exercise of hundreds of Zimbabwe’s intelligence and military operatives Nehanda Radio has gathered.
Starting next week Nehanda Radio.com will run a series looking at the slaughter of an estimated 20 000 innocent civilians by Robert Mugabe’s crack 5th Brigade army unit in the Matabeleland and Midlands Provinces in the eighties.
HARARE – President Robert Mugabe last night issued an order instructing security forces off Zimbabwe’s embattled fourth census. Acting minister of Finance Gorden Moyo told the Daily News late yesterday Mugabe had sent the circular to confirm an earlier Cabinet decision to bar soldiers and CIO’s from taking over the census.
The new draft constitution recently presented to political party principals has turned out to be a curse for the former ruling party Zanu PF as it has worsened the split between supporters aligned to two senior party officials — Joice Mujuru and Emmerson Mnangagwa.