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Mnangagwa did not breach law, Charamba

President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s spokesperson George Charamba, has denied allegations that his boss breached the Electoral Act through his Facebook exhortation to the electorate not to vote for MDC Alliance president Nelson Chamisa ostensibly…
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ED’s office speaks on SMS campaign

HARARE - President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s office has said the text-messaging campaign that debuted this week was part of the ruling Zanu PF’s sophisticated online campaign that had absolutely nothing to do with the Zimbabwe Electoral…
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Mnangagwa bodyguards airlifted to SA

Two of President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s security aides who were injured last month when a bomb blast rocked an election campaign rally at White City Stadium in Bulawayo have been airlifted to South Africa for further treatment.
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Charamba warns Chamisa

President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s spokesperson — George Charamba has warned MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa that he won’t have an excuse if he loses the forthcoming national elections — because government has created a platform for him to…
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‘Ousted Mugabe: A broken old man’

Shocking claims have emerged that although ousted former president Robert Mugabe (pictured) was a much-feared leader both at home and abroad, even in his dotage, he was allegedly a “helpless” victim of domestic abuse by his volatile wife…
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Mugabe running out of time: Govt

Worried religious groups are apparently stepping up their efforts to bring together President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his sulking predecessor Robert Mugabe, pictured, in a bid to break the heightening tension between the two former allies.
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Panic as net closes in on forex abusers

Despite feigning bravado in public, companies fingered in the externalisation of foreign currency and other assets are making a beeline for the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) to negotiate relaxed deadlines within which they can rectify…
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