'Chefs' bite dust in Zanu PF polls

HARARE - Following the stunning ouster from power of Robert Mugabe in November last year, seismic changes continue to take place in the ruling Zanu PF and the country’s political architecture at large.

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cCde advisor how can you win whe tou insight violence gone are the days of treating politics its over I am so excited that your party youths have also gone into overdrive with the generational consensus which is healthy for our politics. How can you win when you are asking Oppostion Parties to carry guns and wage a war against itself this as it is you are a secirity threat to the contry. Gone are the Hunzvi days where he threatened zimbabweans for choosing what they beleive is right . Some youths are talking about Bullet Trains this is time for scientific politics not busa/war politics you shouls read across the Lines yes , In the time of Jimmy Carter former president of the United States he used to compain telling the electorate that one day we we go to the moon and it was funny to some like what young Chamisa is saying we are going to have Bullet Trains it is possible look what happened in United States they eventually went to the moon so Cde adviser wake up and smell the coffee

Mutsvangwa - 2 May 2018

If ED is not careful, this man Mutsvangwa will be his undoing!!

J - 2 May 2018

The mediocre Chris Mutsvangwa thinks he is better than he actually is. I suspect the Lacoste and Junta engineered it so that he and Oppah can be shifted off when the time comes. Chiwenga is eyeing the throne should ED win in 2018 (freak results happen) and he certainly would prefer to set up his own team around him and not be tied to these incompetent loud mouths.

Galore - 2 May 2018

....Fact(and truth)....it was John F Kennedy...about going to the moon...Not Jimmy Carter

History - 2 May 2018

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