First Lady conflating party and State - The Zimbabwe Mail

President Robert Mugabe's spin-doctor — George Charamba — is a British-trained Chevening scholar, who has admirably shaped the president's public image and runs the Munhumutapa Building communications office with aplomb. By Gift Phiri. A jolly good ...

Zanu PF bigwigs face exit - The Zimbabwe Mail

HARARE – Zanu PF youths have thrown the gauntlet to the ruling party bigwigs saying everyone but President Robert Mugabe will be challenged in the primary elections ahead of next year's elections. With Mugabe the only one who has been endorsed as ...

Will Mnangagwa survive onslaught? - The Zimbabwe Mail

HARARE – Opinion was over the weekend split on whether President Robert Mugabe and his outspoken wife, Grace, could do “a Mujuru” on Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who was the target of their acerbic tongue-lashing in Chinhoyi on Saturday.

MDC-T: Zimbabweans Don't Want A Mugabe Dynasty - VOA Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe's Movement for Democratic Change led by Morgan Tsvangirai says it is worried about attempts by First Lady Grace Mugabe's moves to create a Mugabe dynasty. Responding to Mrs. Mugabe's remarks that President Robert Mugabe should name a ...

Zimbabwe: Stop Mugabe Dynasty Now, War Vets - AllAfrica.com

War veterans have said the political situation prevailing in the country now calls upon all Zimbabweans regardless of their political affiliation should form a coalition, unite and fight the establishment of the Mugabe dynasty. They said fighting as a ...

Zimbabwe: Opponents Fume As 'Justice' Grace Acquits Moyo - AllAfrica.com

Political opponents weekend slammed the First Lady, Grace Mugabe for "acquitting" under fire Higher and Tertiary Education Minister Jonathan Moyo who faces corruption allegations. Grace also scorned rivals for desperate attempts to pin treason charges ...

Zimbabwe: Jail Criminal Grace! War Vets Demand - AllAfrica.com

The police should by now have arrested Grace for urging President Robert Mugabe to name a successor, Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veteran's Association (ZNLWA) secretary general, Victor Matemadanda, said. Matemadanda said if the application of ...

93yr-Old Zimbabwe President, Robert Mugabe Caught Sleeping As Wife Chastises His Spokesperson (Photo) - Nigeria Today

As President Robert Mugabe's wife, Grace dragged presidential spokesperson George Charamba before a stunned Zanu PF crowd and a television audience Saturday, her husband , missed it because he was dozing off. Grace was shouting the information ...

Zimbabwe: Hands Off Army, Top War Veteran to Mugabe - AllAfrica.com

Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans' Association national chair Christopher Mutsvangwa flanked by secretary-general Cde Victor Matemadanda and Cde Douglas Mahiya secretary for Information and Publicity (file photo). Zimbabwe People First ...

Zimbabwe: Mugabe Hints At Retiring Generals - AllAfrica.com

President Robert Mugabe has hinted at plans to retire and fence off top military commanders he has accused of meddling in his party's internal power wrangles. He was addressing multitudes of Zanu PF supporters in his home province of Mashonaland West ...

Zimbabwe: Emmerson Mnangagwa Is Not the Messiah - AllAfrica.com

Life can be ugly. I have seen the unspeakable rot of unchecked malfeasance light up a dinghy hotel bar with womanly seduction like a fireworks display at the Harare Agricultural Show. Laced up in tight black pants and bright red lipstick and hairdos ...

WATCH: Grace Mugabe's unrestricted attack on Charamba in full - Bulawayo24 News (press release) (blog)

First Lady Grace Mugabe attacked presidential spokesperson, George Charamba, for using the State-controlled Herald newspaper as a platform for attacking some Zanu PF activists like Jonathan Moyo, Saviour Kasukuwere, Sara Mahoka and others.

Zimbabwe needs grace - The Zimbabwe Daily

As a Bible scholar, I understand the role of grace in our lives. In simple terms, grace is umerited favour or assistance. Ever since the attainment of Independence in 1980, Zimbabwe has precariously and perrenially lurched from one crisis to another ...