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NO POLITICS FOR ME : TYSON

Saviour Kasukuwere says he is staying well clear of politics as he returned home today. He denied that he had returned to lead the National Patriotic Front. Meanwhile, Police spokesperson, Charity Charamba has said cops were keen to speak to the former minister. Kasukuwere is seen in the picture with his wife.

HURE HURE : CHAMISA SUPPORTERS TO KHUPE


BACK TO THE HIGH COURT : MDC T NAME FIGHT



MLISWA BACKS TYSON RETURN




I'M VERY HAPPY : TYSON


PICS : PROTEST AS TYSON RETURNS





PIC : TYSON RETURNS


MP GAVA DIES

The MP for Mhondoro-Ngezi Mike Gava has died. He was 38. Gava died at a Harare clinic where he was admitted recently.

Zanu-PF Mashonaland West provincial chairperson Cde Ziyambi Ziyambi said :“It is with sadness that I announce the passing on of one of our own, Honourable Mike Gava this morning.

“Our thoughts are with his family and we will forever cherish his contribution to our party and Parliament as MP for Mhondoro Ngezi. He was a promising young man, very courageous and a true son of the soil.”
Gava was married to Tendai Wenyika but the union did not last after he was accused of cheating.


KANYE : USE YOUR PHONE LIKE A HAMMER





I WAS A VICTIM OF POCKET DIALLING : JONSO






MDC WOMEN ASSEMBLY BOSS FUMES AT TREATMENT OF WOMEN


I Lynette Karenyi being MDCT Women's Assembly Chairlady, will not be running for elections as an independent whatsoever 'It's not something that interests me at all. And I will never quit MDCT.

I totalLy accept am not happy about the way us women have been treated in the primaries but that does not mean to say am running away from MDCT . “it’s not something that interests me to abandon my party and those who support me as leader. MDCT is in my DNA.”

“I’ve always felt very secure and confident with myself in knowing what I could do and what I cannot,” and I urge all MDC T members to stay united, focused and peaceful so that we achieve our goal of victory in the short coming national election.

In conclusion Its imprtant to note that i have a morale responsibility to communicate to my coleagues and supporters so they know where I stand. My posts should not then be misdirected to suit those bent on causing divisions in the party.

I thank you all for the flood of support I continue to receive countrywide.


Lynette Karenyi
MDCT Women's Assembly Chairlady

COUNTING THE CASH


MUGABE FAILS TO PAY $29K RENT

 Alpha Omega Dairy (Pvt) Ltd, the firm owned by former president, Robert Mugabe has failed to pay $29 000 in rentals.

The firm has since been taken to court by a local property consultancy firm, Levgal Investments (Pvt) Ltd, over the rent at its rented premises in Harare’s Southerton industrial area

Mugabe’s firm Alpha Omega Dairy, two senior employees Stanley Nhari and Joseph Zirebwa are cited as respondents. The Mugabes are yet to enter appearance to defend the case.

Nhari and Zirebwa signed a deed suretyship binding themselves as co-principal debtors to pay $442 every month for the former First Family’s business.

“On October 11, 2012, the plaintiff (Levgal Investments), and the first defendant (Alpha Omega Dairy) entered into a lease agreement. The terms of the agreement of the lease were inter alia that; the first defendant would lease from the plaintiff, immovable property known as Stand No. 3246 Salisbury Township, 30 Simon Mazorodze Road, Southerton, Harare, Zimbabwe,” the firm said in its declaration.

“….In addition to the basic monthly rental, first defendant would pay a monthly sum towards operating costs of the property.”

According to the terms of the lease, monthly rentals were supposed to be paid in advance to Dawn Property Consultancy, free of exchange and bank charges and without deduction whatsoever on or before the first day of every month”.

But, Mugabe’s family business allegedly failed to meet its contractual obligation, prompting the consultancy firm to approach the court for recourse. 

WHERE IS OUR BITCOIN?


Zimbabwe's largest crypto exchange, Golix has been ordered to shut down after the Reserve Bank banned bitcoin transactions.

Golix has over 50 000 customers  transacted over $20 million to date. Customers have panicked and say Golix was holding onto their currency and not responding to enquiries. The customers have not been able to withdraw their money or bitcoin.

“When you phone their landline, they say they are just processing.” Many fear that they have lost their money.


WHY CREMORA WAS SACKED

Webster Shamu was sacked as Mashonaland West Minister following allegations of electoral rigging levelled against him during the just ended primary elections.

Losing candidate for Chegutu East primary elections Vengai Musengi filed a letter of complaint to the party’s Mashonaland West Provincial offices in Chinhoyi, citing gross irregularities and violation of electoral rules.

Musengi alleged that a vehicle belonging to Cde Shamu was found in possession of ballot papers marked in his favour at Uhuru-Nakazi polling station, during the just-ended primary election rerun.
Last month emotions ran high during the Zanu-PF Mashonaland West Provincial Coordinating Committee (PCC) meeting in Chinhoyi, with Shamu being accused of attempts to destabilise the party.

Shamu did not attend the volatile meeting, where members sought explanations on how the Commissariat Department confirmed some individuals deemed ineligible to participate in the intra-party elections in the just ended primary elections.

The meeting also sought for the censure of Shamu whom they accused of destabilising the party by allegedly setting up candidates to contest against the Special Advisor to the President, Christopher Mutsvangwa in Norton Constituency and Provincial Chairperson, Ziyambi Ziyambi in Zvimba West Constituency.

The meeting also sought an explanation from Cde Shamu why Ziyambi was on Independence Day barred from sitting at the high table yet he was the only Cabinet minister attending the celebrations at Chinhoyi Stadium.