Zim enters crucial week

HARARE - Zimbabwe has entered another nail-biting week as it eagerly waits for the full bench of the Constitutional Court (Con-Court) to hear a petition filed by MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa, who is seeking to overturn President-elect Emmerson Mnangagwa’s win.

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Gurundiro - 20 August 2018

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papa vuka - 20 August 2018

at one time your Garwe blasphemed that his govt was better than God's.Now because of his reckless mouth he is heading for the most embarassing times in world politics.he is going to lose in court despite his Mps commanding more than two thirds majority in Parliament .this will be the first time in the world where such a scenario happens where a president loses despite his party winning by such a margin.God wants to show who is really in charge and let it be a lesson to you who read this and everyone else.take note write this down and wait till friday.God is great!!

vimbayi - 20 August 2018

until and up until some people come open to the zimbabweans, africans and the world at large and accept that they are the ones that invited the sanctions that are hurting the ordinary persons in zimbabwe, these people will never rule zimbabwe. They will continue to be suprised and sing so near and yet so far. Because they can never, never fool God. Zimbabwe nokuda kwokutambura kwavanhu nekuda kwemasanctions, yava mumaoko aMwari. Dzokai kuvanhu mukumbire ruregerero mobvisa dzungu modzikama, Mwari voita kuda kwavo. Kutonga kwaMwari muchakuona come Wednesday. Kuramba muchikakavara kuramba muchiwedzera nguva yokutambura kwavanhu vezimbabwe. Miromo yavakuru haiwiri pasi. Kuporofita kwenhema kwose kusingatsoropodzi masanctions kuchaparadzwa nguva dukuduku.

anarew mayewere - 20 August 2018

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