Articles tagged 'mliswa'

Zanu PF bigwigs fall by the wayside 10 April 2018 HARARE - In a stunning development, many long-serving Zanu PF stalwarts have fallen by the wayside in the party's selection of candidates who will participate in this year's watershed elections, the Daily News can reveal. This comes as dozens of other party heavyweights, who include serving an...
Zanu PF chefs bleed banks dry 19 June 2017 HARARE – Politicians, particularly the elite in Zanu PF, are proving to be a thorn in the flesh for the financial services sector, with hardly a month passing without the Deputy Sheriff being called in to put assets of defaulting politicians under the hammer in order to offset their non-performin...
MDC in Norton campaign 20 May 2017 HARARE - Opposition MDC youths take their door-to-door campaign to Norton today, as they move to urge party members to register as voters ahead of next year's election. The party's national youth assembly president, Happymore Chidziva, told the Daily News yesterday that the programme — Bereka ...
'Mliswa is a coward' 7 May 2017 HARARE - Following the suspension of the entire Chitungwiza council by Local Government minister Saviour Kasukuwere on corruption charges, most councils, particularly Norton where residents have staged demonstrations over alleged graft, are on high alert. With Norton councillors facing an unce...
Parly snubs burial of MPs 6 May 2017 HARARE - Opposition MPs have raised concern against Parliament saying it is snubbing the burial of deceased House of Assembly members. Speaking in the House of Assembly this week, Norton Independent MP Temba Mliswa said the august House had snubbed the burial of Zanu PF MP for Chiwundura Kizit...
Arrest Jonathan Moyo: Mliswa 8 December 2016 HARARE - Independent Norton MP Temba Mliswa yesterday called for the arrest of Higher Education minister Jonathan Moyo on allegations of abuse of public funds. Moyo was recently in the eye of a storm over corruption allegations that saw him appear before the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission...
'I would rather die than rejoin Zanu PF' 18 November 2016 HARARE - Independent Norton legislator Temba Mliswa, who was pictured in the company of Zanu PF political commissar Saviour Kasukuwere raising speculation that he was about to rejoin his erstwhile comrades said yesterday he would rather die than rejoin the ruling party. Mliswa on Wednesday met...
Tsvangirai descends on Norton 18 November 2016 HARARE - Opposistion leader Morgan Tsvangirai will tomorrow address a rally in Norton meant to thank constituents for voting against Zanu PF in the recent by-elections. Tsvangirai's visit to Norton comes after independent candidate Temba Mliswa defeated Zanu PF candidate Ronald Chindedza in ho...
'Zanu PF militia' abduct, strip girl 11 October 2016 HARARE - An eighteen-year-old girl from Norton was allegedly stripped, beaten and harassed by alleged Zanu PF youths in the presence of the ruling party's candidate, Ronnie Chindedza, as cases of political violence escalate ahead of the by-election set for October 22. In the Saturday incident,...
Tempers flare at Zec meeting 16 September 2016 HARARE - A crucial stakeholders' indaba called by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) was yesterday aborted towards the end after an emotionally-charged former Zanu PF MP Temba Mliswa felt he was being denied the right to air his grievances. Mliswa, who is contesting the Norton by-election...
Mliswa goes after Posa 31 May 2016 HARARE - Youth Advocacy for Reform and Democracy (Yard) founder Temba Mliswa has resolved to challenge the Public Order and Security Act (Posa) after police used it to bar him from addressing meetings last weekend. This comes after Mliswa was arrested for holding an “unsanctioned” meeting. ...
Yard makes inroads in rural areas 20 April 2016 HARARE - Youth Advocacy for Reform and Democracy (Yard) continues to make inroads in the remotest parts of the country, urging youths to seek political office ahead of 2018 elections. Addressing Kariba rural district executive members at Siakobvu business centre at the weekend, Yard founding p...
Zanu PF cranks up Mujuru blitz 9 November 2015 HARARE - President Robert Mugabe's panicking post-congress Zanu PF has stepped up its efforts to sow seeds of divisions and destroy the People First movement that is presumptively led by former Vice President Joice Mujuru, the Daily News has learnt. Well-placed sources said at the weekend that...
People First disowns Temba Mliswa 29 October 2015 HARARE - The Original Zanu PF which uses the People First slogan, and is associated with former Vice President Joice Mujuru has disowned Temba Mliswa, accusing him of going on a smear campaign against Mujuru which they say is meant to scuttle alliances with other opposition parties ahead of the m...
Mliswa, Chamisa blast Zanu PF 16 August 2015 HARARE - Zimbabwe's impoverished youths, whose job prospects have dimmed with the continuing economic meltdown, have been rallied to confront President Robert Mugabe and his Zanu PF government. Leading the calls for taking action against Mugabe are expelled former Mashonaland West chairman Tem...
'We've failed stadium disaster victims' 9 July 2015 HARARE - Zimbabwe has totally forgotten the victims and neglected the families affected by the National Sports Stadium disaster according to Temba Mliswa.   On July 9, 2000, 13 people lost their lives when police fired teargas into the crowd during the 2002 World Cup qualifier between Zimbabwe...
Zanu PF election scandal deepens 21 June 2015 HARARE - The damaging claims that Zanu PF winning candidate for Hurungwe West Keith Guzah may not have been registered to vote in the constituency in last week's by-elections — which could see him losing his parliamentary seat — has taken a new twist. The ruling party is now shifting the blame...
Zanu PF in poll scandal 19 June 2015 HARARE - It appears as if it never rains but pours for President Robert Mugabe's warring Zanu PF, after it emerged yesterday that the party's winning candidate in the recent Hurungwe West by-election, Keith Guzah — who has already been sworn in as a Member of Parliament — may have dribbled his wa...
Two MPs reject Parly vehicles 9 July 2014 HARARE - Two Zanu PF National Assembly members have rejected official vehicles offered through the Parliamentary Vehicle Loan Scheme, saying they did not go to Parliament but improve the lot of their constituents. Justice Mayor Wadyajena, MP for Gokwe-Nembudziya and his Hurungwe West counterpa...
Hats off to Mliswa, Wadyajena and Chikwinya 26 March 2014 EDITOR — I would like to express my support to a number of MPs in the august House who seem to know what they were elected for and are doing just that. Hats off to Temba Mliswa, Justice Wadyajena and Settlement Chikwinya for duly representing the electorates’ views and wishes in Parliament. ...