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Neville’s trial fails to take off

Neville faces a separate charge of breaching the Telecommunications Act after he was allegedly found to be in illegal possession of a Starlink router.
By Trevor Mutsvairo Jul. 19, 2024

Frelimo candidate visits ED ahead of Moza polls

According to Zanu PF national spokesperson Christopher Mutsvangwa, Chapo’s visit is a courtesy call “as he seeks wisdom from elders”.
By Miriam Mangwaya Jun. 18, 2024

Neville Mutsvangwa’s case stalls

Mutsvangwa faces a separate charge of breaching the Telecommunications Act after he was allegedly found in possession of a Starlink router without having a licence.
By Trevor Mutsvairo Jun. 16, 2024

Mutsvangwa booed as factionalism rocks Zanu PF

Mliswa-Chikoka played down what happened during the meeting saying Ziyambi excused himself as he was going for a hospital visit.
By Nunurai Jena Jun. 6, 2024

Mike Bimha can’t match Machacha: Mutsvangwa

Machacha is the principal at the Herbert Chitepo School of Ideology.
By Freeman Makopa May. 24, 2024

Of selective application of the law and Mutsvangwa’s grievance

Chris said he believed his political enemies, and by extension and his logic, enemies of President Emmerson Mnangagwa are behind his son’s arrest and persecution.
By Trevor Ncube May. 23, 2024

Tongues wag over ED’s politburo reshuffle

Some party functionaries privy to the developments, have, however, said Bimha was caught by surprise, adding that he only learnt of his fate in the Press statement.
By Problem Masau May. 22, 2024

Neville will learn his fate today

The High Court recently granted US$50 bail to Rangarirai Chimbamba, an alleged illegal foreign currency dealer.
By Rejoice Phiri May. 22, 2024

Selective application of the law and Chris Mutsvangwa’s grievance

Chris also suggested that his opponents were after President Mnangagwa’s position.
By Trevor Ncube May. 20, 2024