Mugabe spends $3.5 million to charter a flight to Singapore and Mexico - Bulawayo24 News (press release) (blog)

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe splurged close to US$3,5 million to charter a Comlux Aviation Boeing 767 BBJ aircraft to Singapore and Mexico from May 7 to 26. This comes at a time government is struggling to raise salaries for its bloated civil servants as ...

Mugabe back from Mexico - Bulawayo24 News (press release) (blog)

President Robert Mugabe is back home from Mexico where he attended the Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction summit in the Mexican resort town of Cancun. On arrival at Harare International Airport, President Mugabe told journalists that it was a ...

Mnangagwa faction block Mphoko's address - Bulawayo24 News (press release) (blog)

VICE-President Phelekezela Mhoko was prevented from addressing the Bulawayo provincial coordinating committee meeting last Sunday due to clashes between warring Zanu-PF factions. This was a well-calculated move aimed at embarrassing him, while ...

Zim ranked 13th among world's most fragile states, report shows - News24

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe's only daughter Bona has just been named to the board of a new bank in her second high-profile appointment in a week, a report says. Mugabe 'not given chance to speak in Mexico' · Is Mugabe's daughter Bona ...

Malema launches fresh salvo on Mugabe - The Zimbabwe Daily

Saviour Kasukuwere is collaborating with South African opposition leader Mr Julius Malema to topple President Mugabe, a senior Government official has said. HARARE – South African opposition leader Julius Malema has once again said President Robert ...

PDP lays into Mugabe's 'lunatic' deputies - The Zimbabwe Daily

Former Finance Minister Tendai Biti's party has launched a scathing attack at President Robert Mugabe's two deputies describing them as fools after the two top government officials have made a series of blunders while on duty. Second VP Phelekezela ...

ZANU PF CRISIS: Mugabe Jets Into Manicaland - ZimEye - Zimbabwe News

President Robert Mugabe is soon to touch down on the crisis hit Manicaland Province, which has been hit with a leadership crisis a result of the intensified factional wars in the ruling party. The state media reports Manicaland has stepped up ...

Grace Mugabe Ally Refuses To Step Down - ZimEye - Zimbabwe News

The leadership crisis ghost has come back to haunt Zanu-PF in Manicaland, with confusion reigning supreme on who is holding fort as the provincial chairman. Dr Samuel Undenge an ally of First Lady Grace Mugabe's insists he is still in charge of the ...

You just couldn't make it up with Mugabe - Royal Gazette

Zimbabwe's economy is in shambles amid a crippling cash shortage. So naturally, it's a perfect time for the country's geriatric leader to spend a week at a luxurious resort in Cancún, Mexico. But don't worry, it's for official business. Robert Mugabe ...

Mugabe king of dictators: Biti - DailyNews

HARARE - Opposition People's Democratic Party (PDP) leader Tendai Biti has slammed President Robert Mugabe, labelling the 93-year-old as the “king” and “Pope of all African dictators who just but created a crisis that needs dynamic leadership to deal ...

Mugabe back from his Mexican fraud - New Zimbabwe.com

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe returned home Friday from Mexico - his latest foreign junket - and was welcomed by his two deputies, cabinet ministers and security services chiefs at Harare International Airport. The veteran leader was one of the very few ...

Mugabe the bishop of dictators: Biti - The Zimbabwe Daily

Former Finance minister and People's Democratic Party leader (PDP), Tendai Biti has said most youth in the country now think it is now normal to be vendors on the streets and to see dilapidated infrastructure at companies such as National Railways of ...

Jetsetter Mugabe racks up air miles - Citizen

Despite his advancing years and increasing frailty, 93-year-old Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe shows few signs of losing his love for foreign travel, a predilection that is costing his cash-strapped country dear. Having racked up 200 000 air miles ...

MUGABE SUCCESSION: Bona And Grace Take Over - ZimEye - Zimbabwe News

President Robert Mugabe is preparing both his wife and children to enter influential active politics as a way of securing the future of the first family in the event of his death. Mugabe's oldest daughter Bona has been appointed to two boards within a ...

'Disasters have made Govt wiser for need to prepare' - Chronicle

NATURAL and man-made disasters that Zimbabwe has experienced in recent years have made Government wiser to the need to prepare for such exigencies, President Mugabe has said. President Mugabe spoke as he addressed the media on arrival at ...

Mugabe 'not given chance to speak in Mexico', leaves 'in a huff' - The Zimbabwe Daily

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe walks toward a meeting during the U.N. Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction summit, in Cancun, Mexico, May 24, 2017. REUTERS/Stringer FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NO RESALES. NO ARCHIVES.

Why 2018 Elections in the absence of Electoral Reforms? - Bulawayo24 News (press release) (blog)

§Is it forgone that ZANU-PF is going to make a resounding "victory" in the forth coming 2018 harmonized elections as they did in 2013? This is going to be talk of the past if all necessary electoral reforms are going to be in place timeously and if not ...

Mphoko Blasted For Raiding Police Station - ZimEye - Zimbabwe News

Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko has been slammed for trying to interfere with police's work after he reportedly stormed Bulawayo Central Police Station to express his anger over the arrest of several Zanu PF activists following intra-party violence ...

The bee should have stung her - The Voice Online (blog)

A bee can hover around anything and anyone with no big deal, but when it comes close to stinging the first lady then it becomes a talking point. Last Saturday, during the burial of former Chief Justice, Godfrey Chidyausiku, Associated Press ...

Rand debate rages on as economy sinks - The Zimbabwe Daily

AS the debate over whether the bond note has managed to solve the country's cash crisis rages on, stunning revelations that President Robert Mugabe in 2010 rejected the adoption of the South African rand as official currency have been made. By Taurai ...