Articles tagged 'muchinguri'

Poll test for Mnangagwa 2 January 2018 HARARE – Political careers of a number of bigwigs in Zanu PF are hanging by the thread as more and more cadres in the lower ranks of the party are itching to take them head on during primary polls set for the first quarter of this year, the Daily News can report. In previous party polls, Zanu ...
Cold spell to worsen - Met Dept 10 June 2016 HARARE - The Meteorological Services Department says temperatures will continue to fall — with ground frost expected across the country. The Met department also warned farmers into horticulture, poultry, piggery, dairy and hatchery farming to seek advice from the ministry of Agriculture on bes...
Muchinguri is Njama guest of honour 27 September 2014 HARARE - Oppah Muchinguri, Women Affairs, Gender and Community Development minister,  will be guest of honour at the Zimbabwe Union of Journalists’ (Zuj) National Journalism And Media Awards (Njama) dinner gala set for October 17 in Harare, the unions’ secretary general Foster Dongozi has said. ...
'Army wields veto power over Zanu PF succession' 27 August 2014 HARARE - Zimbabwe's military will influence the outcome of the forthcoming Zanu PF congress to ensure their proxies triumph and secure their interests, analysts said yesterday. President Robert Mugabe, who has entrenched his rule on the backing of the securocrats, is heading off a deepening fa...
Zanu PF seriously fractured 26 August 2014 LONDON - President Robert Mugabe gave as one of the reasons for his continued stay in power the desire to leave his party united. It is the assumption then that he had long known that his party was fractured. But his continued stay seems to have only achieved the opposite; the divisions hav...
Zanu PF Masvingo divided on presidium endorsement 22 August 2014 HARARE - The Zanu PF Masvingo Province is deeply divided on the key decision to endorse the re-election of the entire party presidium at the crucial elective congress in December. Provincial chairman Callisto Gwanetsa, who endorses the entire presidium, must table the province's position ahead...
Mujuru post under threat 18 August 2014 HARARE - Zanu PF is falling apart with the party's rules being discarded as junior party officials — fronting factional interests — openly tear apart Vice President Joice Mujuru in a desperate bid to discredit her ahead of the party's elective congress in December. This development comes as it...
Mutasa scoffs at accusations of plotting against Mugabe 17 August 2014 HARARE - As the battle to succeed President Robert Mugabe reaches alarming levels, Zanu PF secretary for administration Didymus Mutasa, has come out firing, describing as nonsense, accusations that he was plotting to topple the 90-year-old leader from power. In what has been described as a “de...
Mugabe still angry with father 16 August 2014 HARARE - President Robert Mugabe on Wednesday once again expressed bitterness at the way his father abandoned him and his siblings to start a new family in Bulawayo. Addressing delegates at the sixth national Women’s League conference, Mugabe said all his life, he was known as Bona’s (his moth...
Violence flares up in Zanu PF 14 August 2014 HARARE - The Women's League vote is driving another rift in President Robert Mugabe's faction-ridden Zanu PF as officials question the legitimacy of the poll amid violence and “kidnappings”. Days after the Youth League vote was sullied by allegations of electoral fraud and vote buying. Officia...
Plot to stop Mujuru 13 August 2014 HARARE - Hardliners in President Robert Mugabe’s Zanu PF are working round the clock to derail Vice President Joice Mujuru’s march to the presidency. With the second Zanu PF secretary riding on a crest of popularity after winning the Youth League elections last weekend, insiders told the Daily...
Boost for Mnangagwa faction 13 August 2014 HARARE - The faction led by Justice Minister Emmerson Mnangagwa, which is still reeling from a devastating Zanu PF Youth League rout, is  now allegedly working closely with the Gushungo clan (or Third Force) to upset Vice President Joice Mujuru’s rise to the presidency. With the succession bat...
Blood on the floor 12 August 2014 HARARE - There are fears Zanu PF factional fights could turn bloody after the party yesterday said dozens of women countrywide had been kidnapped as the fight to replace President Robert Mugabe intensifies. The Women's League conference starting on Thursday has become the latest battle front a...
'15 women raped every day in Zim' 29 June 2014 HARARE - National Statistical Office has indicated that at least 15 women are raped every day in Zimbabwe as gender violence flares up. The Zimbabwe Republic Police, ZRP, on the other hand, revealed disturbing reports that 1 494 juveniles had been raped during the first quarter of the year, wi...
Keep the momentum 25 June 2014 HARARE - Commendable efforts women are taking to maintain a foothold in the male dominated financial and economic sectors make it pertinent that they get collective support from their male counterparts. Their impact on economic revival should not be underrated. For too long, women have been...
Time to act against rapists 23 June 2014 HARARE - We are impressed that the country’s leadership is now taking the fight against child sexual abuses seriously, and urge government and police to come down hard on the evil perpetrators of these monstrous crimes. Vice President Joice Mujuru and minister of Gender Oppah Muchinguri have s...