Storm Brewing in ZANU PF

A storm is brewing in the ruling party ZANU PF party after a faction aligned to Vice President Constantino Nyikadzino Guvheya Chiwenga is adamant that President Emmerson Mnangagwa must step down in the coming December Conference.  A high placed source in the Office of the President in Harare alleged that a Zezuru grouping nicknamed The Zezuru Mafia has taken charge of the Party’s Post-Mnangagwa succession preparations.  “It is no longer speculation as some people thought but it’s a real event that will be played out very soon, “The source said.…

American Couple Vanishes On Vacation. Their Deaths Are Just As Mysterious

On March 26, two Americans’ last scheduled night in the Dominican Republic, the couple shared a final drink in town with their new Canadian friends, reported CNN. Then Orlando Moore and Portia Ravenelle said goodbye, packed their bags and climbed into their rental car for the long, dark drive to the airport. Their plane was scheduled to depart from Santo Domingo about 2 a.m., CNN reported, but Moore and Ravenelle did not board it. They did not return their rental car, either. Social media posts stopped. Both their phones went…

Econet Injects $250m In Renewable Energy

ECONET Zimbabwe says it has invested about $23 million in clean energy projects through its Distributed Power Africa (DPA) unit. The company has an ambitious plan to spend $250 million in clean energy. The business primarily focuses on rooftop solar power systems for commercial and industrial customers. DPA has signed up several commercial and industrial clients totalling 2,7MW. These include organisations in the food, beverages and dairy sectors, schools, farms and small business enterprises. Speaking at the launch of the company’s Willovale solar plant yesterday, Econet Zimbabwe chief executive officer…

Mangala Returns For DeMbare

DYNAMOS have been handed a major boost ahead of their trip to Chicken Inn for a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at the weekend with the return to full fitness of star striker Ngandu Mangala. The Congolese, who scored a brace in Dynamos’ 2-0 win over Mushowani Stars in the Harare giants’ league opener a fortnight ago, was absent in the team’s match against Hwange at the weekend. DeMbare lost the match 2-1, in a game that they dominated for longer periods, but were let down by some poor…