Auxilia Mnangagwa: A highly trained CIO spy

An audio that is doing rounds on social media where First Lady Auxila Mnangagwa is arguing with a military boss reveals that the former lawmaker is a highly trained person. Auxilia tells the military boss that she is a trained person so she deserves respect and cautions the person to stop trailing her and bugging her phone.  The First Lady is a highly trained person who worked as a former officer at the dreaded Central Intelligence Organisation.  There have been long-standing reports that from 1992, acting as a high-level security…

Mthuli Ncube’s Reforms Trigger New Cash Crisis?

A revealing editorial in today’s Herald says SI 142/19, which hastily scrapped the multi-currency system & prematurely introduced a non-existent Zimbabwe dollar as the sole legal tender in the country, has triggered a new CASH CRISIS!. Below is the Editorial: Editorial Comment: Govt must move to end cash crisis The recent currency reforms announced by Government banning the use of multiple currencies have since proved to be a good move that has halted ills like unwarranted price increases. But the new currency policy should be consolidated through other measures that…

Chamisa Sends threats

MDC Alliance president Mr Nelson Chamisa has threatened yet again to unleash protests saying he will only accept a new political arrangement that he leads. Addressing his supporters at a rally at Mucheke Stadium here yesterday, Mr Chamisa said he would mobilise his party’s members to engage in nationwide protests. “First, we need guarantee to freedom, secondly we want political and diplomatic pressure. I am sure when we call for support everyone will join our protests, as we want to claim back our victory stolen in 2018 harmonised election. Thirdly…

Hope Masike Talks about Collabo

AFRO-FUSION song bird Hope Masike who recently staged a show with Korean outfit — Beautiful Mind Charity — said collaborations across cultures were important because they helped artistes to understand and appreciate each other more. The Kwira Gomo hit maker told journalist that learning music culture from other countries helped broaden artiste’s creativity. “The Korean outfit I collaborated with is called Beautiful Mind Charity, a charitable band of highly professional, world class musicians. We were introduced to each other by the Embassy of the Republic of Korea. Music-wise, collaborations such…

Gems Shine in London

LIVERPOOL — Zimbabwe won an absolutely thrilling Group A tie against Northern Ireland this afternoon, edging out their opponents to win 51-49. In the battle to decide who would finish second to Australia in the group, the tussle went right down to the wire, with the lead changing hands multiple times before the Zim Gems held their nerve to edge over the line and spark wild celebrations in the crowd. Northern Ireland started brightly, briskly taking a 5-1 lead in an opening period which gave no indication of the seesaw…

Sikhala Granted Bail.

The MDC Vice Chairman Hon. Sikhala who was arrested for allegedly subverting a constitutionally-elected Government has been granted a 5 000 RTGS$ bail. The MDC National Spokesperson, Daniel Molokele released a statement which was published on the MDC Zimbabwe facebook page confirming the development. Hon. Sikhala is still expected to appear in court on 24th July 2019 for his remand hearing. Pristine Voice will keep you updated on the latest developments in regards to the matter.

ED Attends Marange Passover, Tells Them To Work Hard And Prosper

President Mnangagwa has challenged Zimbabweans to work hard to ensure the country prospers. Addressing thousands of St Noah Taguta-led Johanne Marange followers at Mafararikwa Village in Bocha during their Passover ceremony yesterday, the President said Zimbabwe was endowed with bountiful resources, including wildlife, and has the sovereign right to determine how they are managed. He was attending the event for the second year running since he assumed power. “You are supposed to work hard at family level and in your areas and when such efforts extend to the national level…

Turkish Opposition Leader Supports Ankara’s Decision to Buy Russian S-400 Systems

On Friday, the Turkish Defense Ministry announced that Ankara had received the first batch of S-400 system components from Russia. Another batch was delivered to Turkey earlier on Saturday. “If Turkey’s past desire to purchase Patriots [US-made missile defence systems] was not met, of course, it will pursue other options to ensure its security,” Kilicdaroglu said as quoted by the Anadolu news agency, commenting on Turkey’s decision to buy S-400 systems. Pointing to Turkey’s special strategic position in the region, the lawmaker stressed that ensuring security was a necessity for the country.…

ED Calls For Investment In Strengthening Skills Of Midwives & Doctors

PRESIDENT Mnangagwa has bemoaned the high maternal mortality rate in the country and called for investment in strengthening the skills of midwives and doctors as well as the supply of essential medical equipment to avert such deaths. The Head of State also warned those involved in child marriages, saying offenders risked incarceration. He said this yesterday in his address during World Population Day commemorations which coincided with the official opening of Tariro Clinic and Youth Centre in Hopley, Harare South District. The clinic and youth centre was constructed through partnership…

Chamisa Ups Ante On Mnangangwa

THE MDC is galvanising its support base for action against President Emmerson Mnangagwa until he acts to solve a “legitimacy crisis” which party leader Nelson Chamisa says is at the centre of all problems threatening peace and stability in Zimbabwe. Speaking at the launch of MDC’s Road to Economic Recovery, Legitimacy, Openness And Democracy (Reload) policy document yesterday, Chamisa said he was waiting for people to be ready to take to the streets and mount a sustained campaign to force Mnangagwa to the negotiating table. “Some have been saying lets…