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Robert Mugabe son-in-law riles security chiefs

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s son-in-law, Simba Chikore, has effectively taken control of Mugabe’s close security unit (CSU) amid concerns that the long-time leader’s protection could...

Rival Zanu PF groups clash

MUTARE – RivaI Zanu PF groups clashed at Checheche Growth Point on Friday, with police reportedly intervening to break the warring parties. Zanu PF Chipinge...

Looters Holding Mugabe Hostage – Mujuru

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe is being kept in power by “power-hungry looters”, hence Zimbabweans must take the chance to vote the 93-year-old leader out of...

Police rescue Councillor at lodge cornered by lover’s husband

CHIVHU – Chivhu Police reacted swiftly and rescued Chikomba Town Councillor Israel Dhikinya who was cornered by the husband of his lover at Di...

Bigwigs fret as Robert Mugabe returns

HARARE – All eyes are on President Robert Mugabe on his return from Mexico, as the wily nonagenarian bids to douse, once and for...

Revealed: How British diplomats pressured BBC’s Jeremy Paxman over massacres in Zimbabwe

Jeremy Paxman British diplomats pressured Jeremy Paxman to change his “perspective” for a BBC investigation into massacres in Zimbabwe during the early 1980s as...

Biometrics: ZEC blocks opposition expert

ZEC chairperson Rita Makarau THE Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) has barred the Zimbabwe Political Parties Dialogue Forum (ZPPDF) from partaking in the Biometric Voter...

Mugabe guns for generals as succession battle hots up

Former Cabinet minister Christopher Mutsvangwa has dismissed charges by President Robert Mugabe that he is being sent by securocrats to campaign for his ouster...

Zanu PF infighting: Kasukuwere faces ouster

UNDER-FIRE Zanu PF political commissar Saviour Kasukuwere has laughed off reports that the ruling party’s powerful women’s league, led by First Lady Grace Mugabe,...
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