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So it was Chiwenga, after all?

By Tawanda Majoni Vice-President Constantino Chiwenga is crouching under a downpour. And it seems he has little space to run into, so chances are high he may drown in the rain. First, he developed an unusual pigmentation after leading…
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Mugabe’s election cheat sheet

Tawanda Majoni - We may not know when the 2018 general elections will be held exactly, but Zanu-PF has clearly taken an early lead. And that is because it is rigging the Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) exercise big time.
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Gershem Pasi: Another big fish of the hook

Tawanda Majoni - Pasi seems to have taken a belated cue from his junior, Allen Saruchera, who promptly resigned after being sucked into the same Zimra scam. Saruchera will rest knowing that, whatever the verdict, he beat his employer to it…
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Good move, war vets, but goodbye

By Tawanda Majoni An early scrutiny of the recent war veterans’ rebellion against President Robert Mugabe and its immediate circumstances winds up at three rational conclusions. It has already caused bodily damage to Mugabe and…
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Zanu PF propaganda drying up

By Tawanda Majoni “Blair, keep your England, and let me keep my Zimbabwe!” Those were the dramatic words by President Robert Mugabe 14 years ago. They earned him a plump point as a champion of the African Renaissance. His point…
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Mugabe faces internal revolt

By Tawanda Majoni President Robert Mugabe is a severely troubled man. This is understandable because he faces a sobering moment of truth. He is now staring at a real internal revolt. That is a sore possibility for him because he is now…
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