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…

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…

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…

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…

Mnangagwa To Head Important Sadc Troika

SADC executive secretary Dr Stergomena Lawrence Tax has formally briefed President Mnangagwa, who is taking over as chair of the Organ on Politics, Defence and Security Cooperation at the regional summit slated for August in Tanzania.  President Mnangagwa is replacing outgoing chairman and Zambian President Edgar Chagwa Lungu. Dr Tax briefed the President at State House in Harare yesterday. She brushed off MDC-Alliance’s bid to push Sadc to have Zimbabwe on its agenda. Dr Tax said her visit was for purposes of briefing President Mnangagwa on the obligations of the…

MDC Embarks On Door-to-Door Campaigns

MDC Alliance candidate Vincent Bopoto will stand against Bisset Mapeta of Zanu PF. Nyanga South ward 26 fell vacant after the death of MDC Alliance councillor Elias Mashumba. The door to door campaigns are being led by MDC Manicaland provincial organising secretary Itai Masaka and youth organising secretary Cloud Nengomasha. The team on Saturday and Sunday visited compounds that include Nyakupinga, Erin, Mutarazi, Arcadia and Selbourne outlining the party manifesto. Speaking to Zimbabwe Morning Post on Sunday Bopoto was excitement by the campaign “We toured every compound and every household…

Chamisa, Chief Ndiweni Lash At Missing Mnangagwa During Dabengwa Burial

MDC leader Nelson Chamisa and Chief Ndiweni have lashed out at President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his deputies for failing to attend the Burial of struggle veteran Dumiso Dabengwa who was buried at Ntabazinduna about 40 kilometres outside Bulawayo. Speaking after the conclusion of the state programme of Dabengwa’s burial, both Chamisa and Chief Ndiweni said they were saddened by Mnagagwa’s absence from the event. “I’m sad that those who rule us did not want to honour the man we are burying here with their presence.This speaks to the fact that…

Chamisa Raises Security Alarm

Opposition leader Nelson Chamisa and his MDC lieutenants say they fear for their lives, amid allegations that the government has placed them under 24-hour surveillance over suspicious that they are planning mass demonstrations against President Emmerson Mnagagwa. Chamisa cited alleged threats on his life as the main reason he has not been too keen to reveal his movements According to NewZimbabwe.com, he said this at late party official Tafadzwa Mhundwa’s funeral wake in Harare on Wednesday. “After we ended our programme in Bulawayo,” Chamisa said, “I told Mr (Morgen) Komichi…

Brace For More Demos, Says Chamisa

MDC leader Nelson Chamisa yesterday warned that poverty and the worsening economic crisis will push people onto the streets to demonstrate against President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration. Chamisa told a paltry crowd gathered by the ZCTU to commemorate Workers Day on Wednesday that he has the capacity “Your problems are our problems. We however have a problem that someone stole something from us but now they are having problems with the loot. “Every struggle has stages, from demonstrations to stay-aways and the next levels in which we will get if things…

Mat South Could Lose 3 Seats: Zec

MATABELELAND South province could lose three constituencies in the impeding delimitation exercise by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec), including the popular constituency of Gwanda South which has not been won by an opposition member since 2008. The constituency is currently held by Zanu PF politburo member, Abednego Ncube and is popularly known as the Holy Ground. But Zec has said that it was likely to be “good bye” to the Holy Ground if the constituency did not meet the minimum threshold of 21 644 registered voters to be a stand-alone…