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By Maynard Manyowa  In 2014, Grace Mugabe, then commonly called Gucci Grace burst onto the political scene. The boss of the ruling Zanu PFs women’s league at the time, Minister Opah Muchinguri, willingly gave up her seat, midway during her term, to allow Mrs. Mugabe to rise to the throne. It...
This was a special kind of grace, not the cliche saving Grace, but a whirlwind 'ending Grace'. By Maynard Manyowa On Tuesday 21 November 2017, Robert Mugabe resigned.On Friday the 24th, his successor was sworn in. bringing an end to a 37-year rule of Zimbabwe, and over 4 decades at the...
Harare - The man who stands accused of killing businessman and socialite Shingi Mukandi in a suspected hit-and-run accident last year has been served with a warrant of arrest after he failed to appear in court. Alfred Takudzwa Machipisa (25) is currently out on $150 bail. Machipisa is facing culpable homicide charges, failure...
Harare - Zimbabwe's President, Emmerson Mnangagwa has set his sights on fixing the country's economy. Khuluma Afrika has seen exclusive detailed documents which reveal the methods, strategy, and targets of the new government. Impeccable sources told Khuluma Afrika that the document, titled "agenda for the recovery of the Zimbabwe economy", is...
Zimbabwe's ruling, the Zimbabwe African National Union - Patriotic Front (Zanu PF) may have decided to finally deal with succession disputes in the party decisively, Khuluma Afrika has learnt. According to impeccable sources, Provincial coordinating committees (PCCs) have been rolled out and instructed to launch a campaign for a special...
By Hubert Sithole Zimbabwe has a new President and a new cabinet. The ascendency of the former to the throne was greeted with praise, the naming of the latter with skepticism and sometimes sheer outrage. Excitement at Mugabe’s demise was warranted and justified. The man was obsessed with power at all...
Professor Jonathan Moyo's recent narrations of what transpired during the infamous 'coup attempt' which became known as Tsholotsho declaration are a sharp parallel contrast to narrations he offered in an article penned in December, 2004, which has now been unearthed. Moyo's recent accounts lay all the blame on Vice President...
Guest Column by Munya Hoto Before the year is over, Zimbabwe will hold harmonised elections to select the next government. This election is unique for a number of reasons but the key and most outstanding reasons is that for the first time in its long history, the ruling party ZANU PF,...
Zimbabwean activist and citizen resistance movement leader Patson Dzamara has for the first time spoken about his doctorate and the controversy surrounding it. Dzamara's educational qualifications became the subject of heated debate on social media some months ago, with several people, on instigation of an online news report, questioning Dzamara's...
NEWS ANALYSIS (By Simon Allison for Mail and Guardian) Oh, what cruel irony. It was Zimbabwe’s brave, emphatic, tireless opposition leaders who, for decades, led the political fight against president Robert Mugabe and his despotic rule. Although imperfect, it was leaders like Morgan Tsvangirai, Tendai Biti and Welshman Ncube who...
Zimbabwe's ruling party elites descended in Matebeleland Province this Saturday, for a Presidential Youth Interface rally. The second last of a batch of successive events where the star attraction, President Mugabe was meant to 'interface' with youth in the run up to next year's elections. Events offer a time for...