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Why is an 81-year-old so preoccupied with extending the presidential term limit?

In other words, Mnangagwa cannot expect to go beyond 2028 as President of the Republic of Zimbabwe.

Workers steal US$500k property from Grace

Prosecutor Lancelot Mutsokoti said Allen was formerly employed at the Blue Roof Presidential residence as a groundsman and later as a driver from 2004 to 2022.
By Rejoice Phiri 7h ago

Number of food insecure Zimbos grows

Speaking at the food aid signing ceremony with the UN in Harare yesterday, Local Government and Public Works minister Daniel Garwe said 35% of the urban population was food insecure.
By Brent Shamu 7h ago

Mnangagwa caught between words and wallet

Masuka was wearing some khakhi farming clothes at the function.
By Evans Mathanda 7h ago

Maguwu petitions Parly over PVOs Bill hearings

The Bill seeks to regulate the operations of civic society organisations.
By Harriet Chikandiwa May. 27, 2024

Starlink licence: Mnangagwa’s Chivayo nod raises stink

Mnangagwa announced through a statement yesterday that he had given approval to SpaceX to introduce its Starlink internet services in Zimbabwe
By Sharon Buwerimwe and Kenneth Nyangani May. 26, 2024

Mnangagwa approves Starlink licensing in Zimbabwe

The licensing of Starlink comes after a public outcry by over expensive but poor network services in the country.
By Evans Mathanda May. 25, 2024

Mnangagwa relaunches ‘Green Bombers’

In Uzumba yesterday, Mnangagwa said the revival of the programme was historic.
By Evans Mathanda May. 25, 2024

Of promises and lies

The promises to improve their welfare have been made before. However, they turned out to be lies.
By Newsday May. 24, 2024