President Mugabe should not open Parly …it’s unconstitutional: Majome

By Daniel Chigudu Harare West legislator Jessie Majome said President Robert Mugabe will be in violation of the country’s constitution when he officially opens the 4th session of the eighth Parliament of Zimbabwe. According to a circular sent to the media by Parliament, President Mugabe will be officially opening the 4th session this coming Thursday (6th October 2016). The President normally uses his official opening … Continue reading President Mugabe should not open Parly …it’s unconstitutional: Majome

Zvorwadza hunting Kasukuwere – “I want to arrest him for corruption”

By Daniel Chigudu National Vendors Union of Zimbabwe (NAVUS) Chairperson Sten Zvorwadza has said he is hoping to meet Minister Saviour Kasukuwere in a convenient place so that he can personally arrest him for corruption and hand him over to the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) for prosecution. Local Government Minister Saviour Kasukuwere is being accused of corruptly selling housing stands to Prophetic Healing and Deliverance … Continue reading Zvorwadza hunting Kasukuwere – “I want to arrest him for corruption”

MDC-T torture victims speaks out

By Nyasha N Mukapiko Seven MDC-T victims of political violence gave testimonials on Monday in the capital following their illegal arrest and heavy brutalisation by riot police for exercising their constitutional right to demonstrate as enshrined in the constitution. Section 59 of the Zimbabwean constitution which gives citizens the right to demonstrate peacefully. The victims testified during press briefing that was attended by MDC-T president Morgan … Continue reading MDC-T torture victims speaks out

We won’t over-print Bond notes: Mangudya …circulation set for end of October

  By Daniel Chigundu Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) Governor John Mangudya has said the Bond notes which will come into circulation by end of October have a self control mechanism that will prevent them from being over-printed. Most economic commentators while have okayed the introduction of Bond notes as export incentive are skeptical that the financially challenged government’s will be disciplined enough to stick … Continue reading We won’t over-print Bond notes: Mangudya …circulation set for end of October

Churches vow not to submit to President Mugabe

By Nyasha N Mukapiko Churches on Friday came out guns blazing following the recent move by the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) to invoke a statutory instrument which intended to ban demonstrations and threats on the judicial service by President Robert Mugabe. The ban has since been lifted after Justice Priscilla Chigumba ruled it out as unconstitutional following a High Court challenge by activists who were being … Continue reading Churches vow not to submit to President Mugabe

‘Bogus’ political parties at the ZEC meeting with political parties

By Kudzayi Zvinavashe National Election Reform Agenda (NERA), a grand coalition by opposition parties in a bid to push for the much needed electoral alterations in Zimbabwe has cried foul following an unproductive meeting with the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) on Monday afternoon as ‘bogus’ political parties out voted the few NERA members who were allowed entry into the meeting. The meeting was expected to … Continue reading ‘Bogus’ political parties at the ZEC meeting with political parties

Arrest Kasukuwere now…or we exercise citizen arrest – Zvorwadza

By Daniel Chigundu Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) Commissioner General Augustine Chihuri has been urged to investigated and arrest Local Government Minister Saviour Kasukuwere over corruption issues. Minister Kasukuwere is allegedly involved in a scam involving housing stands that had been earmarked for distribution to youths, to the extent that it had to take the President himself to express displeasure over the issue. Addressing the media after … Continue reading Arrest Kasukuwere now…or we exercise citizen arrest – Zvorwadza

No Bonus, Job and pay cuts instead| Mid Year Review

by Tariro Daphne Senderayi It is that time of the year when Zimbabweans looks on as the Finance Minister gets into magician mode and attempts at pulling a rabbit out of the hat so to speak. You thought we had it bad last year, you are definitely in for a rethink as this review speaks a whole different story that will actually ensure that the … Continue reading No Bonus, Job and pay cuts instead| Mid Year Review

Let’s speed up alignment process – Min Chinamasa

By Daniel Chigundu Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa has called on line ministries in government to speed up the process of aligning laws with the new constitution adopted in 2013. Alignment of laws to the constitution has been a very topical issue in the country, especially on areas to do with electoral reforms. Only a few weeks ago opposition political parties had wanted to demonstrate under the … Continue reading Let’s speed up alignment process – Min Chinamasa

Bid to sell residential stand to Minister Chikukwa at 40% concessional rate blocked

  By Nyasha N Mukapiko A resolution to sell residential stand number 2949 in the lush suburb of Glen Lorne at concessional rate of 40% to Harare Metropolitan Province Minister Miriam Chikukwa crumbled last week on Thursday after a heated debate from city fathers. According to the minutes dated 22nd of August 2016, tabled during a full council meeting revealed that acting Director of Housing … Continue reading Bid to sell residential stand to Minister Chikukwa at 40% concessional rate blocked