Mnangagwa fights back

HARARE - Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s strongholds — Midlands and Masvingo provinces — convened emergency meetings yesterday and annulled the suspensions of its top provincial executives by Zanu PF political commissar Saviour Kasukuwere, setting the stage for what could be more infighting ahead of the party’s special congress in December.

Kasukuwere last week sanctioned the suspensions of Masvingo provincial chairperson Ezra Chadzamira and Midlands’ secretary for administration Justice Mayor Wadyajena — who are viewed as Mnangagwa’s key allies.

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Comments (7)

Yeah thanks Daily Mai. I'm in Boston, USA. Can you send me a copy of today's paper?

Tindo - 31 October 2017

i get your point Tindo, i also thought a good online appeal and readership is good to attract advertisers. I see lots of adverts on Newsday and Herald but the daily news people place no much value on their online appeal. they put stories at 3pm at times and you wonder what they are trying to achieve...sell more hard copies?

chorosi - 31 October 2017

Tindo, here in Sucre there is not even an English publication on the street.

Inyika - 31 October 2017

Fights Back kkkk fighting back what , the lizard is braai already ,

dako - 31 October 2017

I am also still on the wait for dailynews team to tell me where I I can get a copy in Rosebabk, South Africa

Zvichapera - 31 October 2017

I am also still on the wait for dailynews team to tell me where I I can get a copy in Rosebank, South Africa

Zvichapera - 31 October 2017

The delay in updating the dailynews website and now the tendency to "block" online content simply takes the dailynews backwards not forwards. I doubt that it will force people to buy hard copies, no. It will force people to look elsewhere for news. My two cents' worth..

Sagitarr - 1 November 2017

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