Articles tagged 'msipa'

'Clear $1,8bn debt to get fresh funding' 9 September 2017 HARARE - The Zimbabwean government has been urged to accelerate the country's debt repayment plan to allow industry easy access to affordable fresh capital. Speaking at a meeting with President Robert Mugabe, former Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI) president Charles Msipa said most b...
'Zanu PF is a violent party' 11 April 2016 BULAWAYO - Respected Zanu PF elder Cephas Msipa has confirmed what the country's opposition has always complained bitterly about, that President Robert Mugabe's ruling party uses violence and other thuggish methods to win elections and to remain in power. Speaking candidly in an exclusive inte...
'Mugabe must name successor' 28 November 2015 HARARE - With Zanu PF's seemingly unstoppable factional and succession wars continuing to rip both the ruling party and the country apart, one of President Robert Mugabe's long time friends and comrade, Cephas Msipa, has urged him to groom a successor to put Zimbabwe on a stronger footing. Wri...
Mutasa resurfaces 28 November 2015 HARARE - Former Presidential Affairs minister Didymus Mutasa made a surprise appearance in public on Thursday evening at the launch of veteran nationalist and former Midlands Provincial Governor Cephas Msipa's book In Pursuit of Freedom and Justice: A Memoir in Harare on Thursday evening. [Goo...
We must do more for people: Msipa 28 November 2015 HARARE - Zimbabwe should do more for its people given that its leaders are aware of what it meant to be deprived freedom, former Zanu PF politburo member and ex-Governor for the Midlands Province Cephas Msipa has said. Msipa, undoubtedly one of the country's elderly politicians, who enjoyed a ...
Msipa opens lid on Gukurahundi 27 November 2015 HARARE - Respected Zanu PF elder, Cephas Msipa, has penned a book that could set the cat among the pigeons within government circles as it spotlights on democracy deficiencies in the country and how authorities did little as an estimated 20 000 innocent people, mainly in Matabeleland and the Midl...