Ten former Ministers who will not make it into the Mnangagwa cabinet

By Tafadzwa Muranganwa The announcement by the Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet Misheck  Sibanda that President Emmerson Mnangagwa wants a lean cabinet means he will definitely leave some formers ministers out of his Cabinet. Though Mnangagwa spoke of forgiveness in reference to the retributive action on perceived G40 members,  it will be a big surprise to see the following former ministers bouncing back. … Continue reading Ten former Ministers who will not make it into the Mnangagwa cabinet

Moyo Feels the Fury of Zimbos from Political Exile

By Wisdom Mumera In the aftermath of his banishment from Zanu PF, exiled former Minister of Higher and Tertiary Education Professor Jonathan Moyo has sought to air out his pains on social media but the ploy has been met with staggering derision and anger by many #Twimbos. Moyo has slowly increased his visibility on Twitter after an unusual period of silence in the aftermath of … Continue reading Moyo Feels the Fury of Zimbos from Political Exile

Viva Zimbabwe fires Acie Lumumba

By Daniel Chigundu Youth-based opposition party Viva Zimbabwe says it has expelled its founding chairman Acie Lumumba for berating other opposition parties and also because of his intentions to rejoin Zanu PF. In the past weeks, Lumumba has been associating himself with the Emmerson Mnangagwa-led Zanu PF via his posts on social media, prompting the party’s supporters and the generality of Zimbabweans to question his … Continue reading Viva Zimbabwe fires Acie Lumumba

ZEC fails to pay US$768K for car hire

By Daniel Chigundu Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) has been identified as one of the leading factors that have been weighing down the smooth operation of the Central Mechanical and Equipment Department (CMED). CMED is one of the state-owned enterprises which were created to be self- financing cash cows for the government under the Commercialisation Act of 2000 but has been dismally failing raise revenue for … Continue reading ZEC fails to pay US$768K for car hire

Zimbabwe’s new first lady – what we know: Auxilia Mnangagwa

By Buhle Tshavango The ushering in of a new era witnessed the coming in of our new first lady Auxilia Mnangagwa, she takes over a tainted title and has the awkward task of winning hearts by proving herself a worthy ‘Amai’ – here is what we know about her. Born on March 25, 1963 in Mazowe District in Mashonaland Central Auxilia Mnangagwa is said to … Continue reading Zimbabwe’s new first lady – what we know: Auxilia Mnangagwa

Attend A Parliament Portfolio Commitee Meeting This Week

SCHEDULE OF PORTFOLIO AND THEMATIC COMMITTEE MEETINGS FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, 01 DECEMBER 2017. Open sessions can be attended by the public. Please ensure you have an ID in order to enter the Parliament building.   NAME OF PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE DATE TIME VENUE ACTIVITY Transport and Infrastructural Development Monday 27 Nov 2017 1000hrs Committee Room No. 1 Deliberations on the oral evidence received from … Continue reading Attend A Parliament Portfolio Commitee Meeting This Week

Here Are 2 Ways You Can Participate In Shaping The Electoral Amendment Bill & The Insolvency Bill

  Parliament has made another change to the programme of Public Hearings on the Electoral Amendment Bill and the Insolvency Bill.  The Portfolio Committee on Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs will now be split into two teams to enable it to hold hearings in eleven centres, five more than previously scheduled.  Here is how you can participate> Attend A Public Consultation  Programme for Public Consultations … Continue reading Here Are 2 Ways You Can Participate In Shaping The Electoral Amendment Bill & The Insolvency Bill

No turning back on land reform – Mnangagwa

By Buhle Tshavango. Newly appointed President of Zimbabwe Emmerson Mnangagwa says the land redistribution program embarked on by the country is irreversible as this will be a great betrayal of the country’s liberators. Addressing over 60 000 people who attended his inauguration ceremony, President Mnangagwa said the land redistribution program is irreversible but his government will undertake to compensate the affected white farmers “The rest … Continue reading No turning back on land reform – Mnangagwa

We are ready for engagement: Mnangagwa

By Daniel Chigundu Newly appointed President of theZimbabwe Republic of Zimbabwe Emmerson Mnangagwa says his government is ready to engage with any country in the world for the good if the people of Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe suffered in the past years owing to its look east policy that resulted in the country being isolated by the much needed potential investors. In is speech at the inauguration … Continue reading We are ready for engagement: Mnangagwa

Mugabe’s ‘impeachment’ a Deborah moment

By Buhle Tshavango After a prolonged hibernation by women in politics as Zimbabwe’s political sphere witnessed a dramatic turn, female politicians finally stepped up during the albeit aborted impeachment process with a clear stance such that Mugabe’s resignation came in moments before his impeachment. Hours into the impeachment process by Parliament, Mugabe’s resignation came through, salvaging the little dignity he has left as any further … Continue reading Mugabe’s ‘impeachment’ a Deborah moment