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Army under fire for job discrimination

Brenna Matendere The Defence ministry and army have come under fire for the “fair discrimination” policy that bars physically challenged aspirants from being employed by the military. Experts and advocacy groups say the policy is in conflict with the Zimbabwean...

Covid-19: The prophets have blood on their hands

Tawanda Majoni Bra Nick Mangwana is, by basic standards, a sober Rasta, as they say in ghetto lingo. As sober, of course, as you can ever go as a tenant of the Zanu PF madhouse. He is, on quite a number of times, capable of measuring things on the ground, devoid of...

UK slaps Tagwirei with sanctions

Brenna Matendere The United Kingdom (UK) today (Thursday) put Kudakwashe Regimond Tagwirei, a Zimbabwean business tycoon and ally of President Emmerson Mnangagwa, under sanctions for alleged corruption. The UK foreign secretary, Dominic Raab, announced his country’s...

Watchdog reports “wave after wave” of post-coup rights violations

Brenna Matendere The Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP), a human rights monitoring group, has flagged President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration for narrowing democratic space after taking over power in 2017 through a military assisted power takeover. In its monthly...

Zumagate: When the bull cheers the ticks

Tawanda Majoni Just recently, former South African president, Jacob Zuma, walked into the Estcourt Correctional Centre close to his rural Nkandla kraal to serve a 15-month jail sentenced after having been convicted of contempt of court for severally failing—to read...

Smuggler bus impounded

Brenna Matendere The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) on Tuesday impounded a cross border bus that illegally ferried passengers from South Africa through the Beitbridge border post. Early this year, Vice President Constantino Chiwenga, who is also the Health and Child...

Smuggler buses disappear from highways

Brenna Matendere Cross-border buses that had been playing cat-and-mouse with the police as they smuggled travellers into and back from South Africa have disappeared from the highways following the recent ban on inter-city travel by President Emmerson Mnangagwa. The...

Mnangagwa-Tagwirei links getting clearer

Tawanda Majoni The other day I was talking to a respected colleague who said something that got me thinking hard and long.   The colleague—who, sure, has access to President Emmerson Mnangagwa now and then—told me that the head of state was a very much misunderstood...

NGO umbrella body warns against crackdown on NGOs

Brenna Matendere The National Association of Non-Governmental Organisations (NANGO) has warned that plans to monitor non-governmental operations in Harare and other parts of the country could negatively affect vulnerable citizens who have been benefiting from...

CIO boss named in land grab

Brenna Matendere A residents’ leader in Guruve, Mashonaland Central province, has accused a Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) district head, Emmanuel Dhinga, of threatening him for reporting corrupt land deals involving security agents to the Zimbabwe...
Army under fire for job discrimination

Army under fire for job discrimination

Brenna Matendere The Defence ministry and army have come under fire for the “fair discrimination” policy that bars physically challenged aspirants from being employed by the military. Experts and advocacy groups say the policy is in conflict with the Zimbabwean...

UK slaps Tagwirei with sanctions

UK slaps Tagwirei with sanctions

Brenna Matendere The United Kingdom (UK) today (Thursday) put Kudakwashe Regimond Tagwirei, a Zimbabwean business tycoon and ally of President Emmerson Mnangagwa, under sanctions for alleged corruption. The UK foreign secretary, Dominic Raab, announced his country’s...

UK slaps Tagwirei with sanctions

Brenna Matendere The United Kingdom (UK) today (Thursday) put Kudakwashe Regimond Tagwirei, a Zimbabwean business tycoon and ally of President Emmerson Mnangagwa, under sanctions for alleged corruption. The UK foreign secretary, Dominic Raab, announced his country’s...

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Covid-19: The prophets have blood on their hands

Covid-19: The prophets have blood on their hands

Tawanda Majoni Bra Nick Mangwana is, by basic standards, a sober Rasta, as they say in ghetto lingo. As sober, of course, as you can ever go as a tenant of the Zanu PF madhouse. He is, on quite a number of times, capable of measuring things on the ground, devoid of...

UK slaps Tagwirei with sanctions

UK slaps Tagwirei with sanctions

Brenna Matendere The United Kingdom (UK) today (Thursday) put Kudakwashe Regimond Tagwirei, a Zimbabwean business tycoon and ally of President Emmerson Mnangagwa, under sanctions for alleged corruption. The UK foreign secretary, Dominic Raab, announced his country’s...

Zumagate: When the bull cheers the ticks

Zumagate: When the bull cheers the ticks

Tawanda Majoni Just recently, former South African president, Jacob Zuma, walked into the Estcourt Correctional Centre close to his rural Nkandla kraal to serve a 15-month jail sentenced after having been convicted of contempt of court for severally failing—to read...

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