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ZANU-PF to impeach Mugabe

The University of Zimbabwe students have joined ZANU-PF to unseat President Robert Mugabe as head of state. The students took on social media [Twitter] calling on President Mugabe to resign. “We are not going to write exams until Robert Mugabe steps down,” reads the Tweet. Students also called on Grace Mugabe’s questionable PHD degree awarded [in three months] to her …

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Minister Bongo to face bribery charges 

Democratic Alliance (DA) says it will, in terms of the Prevention and Combating of Corrupt Activities Act, lay criminal charges against the newly appointed State Security Minister Bongani Bongo. DA Chief Whip John Steenhuisen said the latest allegations of corruption against Bongo suggested he tried to actively collapse the state capture inquiry by offering Advocate Ntuthuzelo Vanara a bribe to …

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R48 million budget for new ministerial mansions

In a presentation to the Portfolio Committee on Public Works, the Department of Public Works revealed it has budgeted R48 Million to acquire 6 additional Ministerial Houses within the 2017/18 financial year, Democratic Alliance Shadow Minister of Public Works Dr Malcom Figg said in a statement on Sunday. As a result, said Figg DA has indicted it would write to …

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Mugabe sacked by Party

Defiant Zimbabwean head of state, Robert Mugabe has been expelled as first secretary and president of ZANU-PF. His wife, Grace Mugabe has also been dismissed as the Party’s Women’s League Secretary. ZANU-PF Special Central Committee confirmed in a statement on Sunday, Mugabe has been told to step down from his position as president and first Secretary of the ruling party. …

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Kusile and Medupi projects should be put on ice

Slamming the brakes on the Kusile and Medupi projects in Mpumalanga and Lephalale in Limpopo respectively could go a long way in cutting much-needed costs at the power utility, according to recent Meridian Economics Report on Eskom. The report revealed that avoiding the completion of Kusile units 5 and 6 could give rise to a financial saving in the region …

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The SABC board is misleading the public

It has been reported that at the press conference on Thursday evening, the South African Broadcasting Corporation [SABC] board claimed the verification of candidate’s credentials were still underway and no decision had been taken about its preferred applicant for the public broadcaster’s position of Group Chief Executive Officer [GCEO]. The press conference follows the resignation of Rachel Kalidass as SABC …

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Situation in Zimbabwe a “great concern”

President Jacob Zuma on Friday urged parties involved in the unfolding political and security situation in Zimbabwe to maintain peace and security. The Zimbabwean military has allegedly taken control of State institutions and has confined President Robert Mugabe and his wife to their house, saying that it is targeting criminals in government who are bent on destabilising the country. In …

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Families given a chance to identify M1 bodies

Gauteng Health MEC Gwen Ramokgopa has instructed that the burial process of the bodies involved in the M1 South incident be stalled for seven days. “I have instructed that the burial process be stalled for another seven days to give an opportunity to families, who might still want to come and identify their loved ones,” said MEC Ramokgopa on Thursday. …

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