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ED allies take 2030 bid to cemetery

While Mnangagwa has publicly announced that he will retire when his term ends in 2028, calls for the extension of his rule by his loyalists have gathered momentum.
By Problem Masau 9h ago

A fool and his money…

It is pulling out all stops to host a successful event with the cherry on top being the ascendancy of President Emmerson Mnangagwa to the rotational chairmanship of the regional bloc.
By Newsday Jul. 23, 2024

Govt sweats over Sadc protests

Speaking during the burial of Brigadier General Michael Chaminuka, Mnangagwa urged people to be welcoming and peaceful during the summit.
By Problem Masau Jul. 23, 2024

Zim splashes out US$200m in Sadc summit preps

President Mnangagwa has declared the drought a state of disaster as he appealed for US$3 billion to feed hungry Zimbabweans.
By Problem Masau Jul. 22, 2024

United States digs in on Zim debt talks

Tremont also revealed that Mnangagwa is committed to improve relations between Zimbabwe and the US.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Jul. 22, 2024

Dedollarisation requires US$2,5bn: Govt

Mnangagwa said to be able to absorb that US dollar and create more ZiG, there had to be enough banking, or else the country would go back to inflationary pressures.
By Melody Chikono Jul. 22, 2024

Editorial Comment: Mnangagwa must rein in pro-third term loyalists

Mnangagwa should be concentrating on making sure that he uses the remainder of his term to create a legacy instead of being invested in divisive and ruinous politics.
By The Standard Jul. 21, 2024

ED is not sincere: Thomas Mapfumo...exiled musician calls for total removal of Zanu PF

Mapfumo went on to urge citizens to take to the streets as the only way to remove Zanu PF.
By Sindiso Dube Jul. 21, 2024

Zanu PF MP demands shares, conservancies for war vets

In 1997, the late former president Robert Mugabe succumbed to pressure and awarded the ex-combatants $50 000 payouts as well as monthly gratuities.
By Bongile Moyo Jul. 21, 2024