A MONTH into his reign, President Emmerson Mnangagwa has already charmed a lot of Zimbabweans with his vision and initiatives for the turnaround of the country but most significantly has won praise even from the hard-to-please opposition ranks.
The President has hit all the right notes since his inauguration on November 24, reviving hopes for a better Zimbabwe with even MDC-T strongman Mr Eddie Cross predicting the nation’s change of fortunes under President Mnangagwa’s leadership.
In an article published on his blog on Christmas Day, the MDC-T national executive member and Bulawayo South legislator said President Mnangagwa’s administration was working towards the holding of free and fair elections.
Mr Cross, who has not shied from controversy recently revealing that MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai might not be able to contest next year’s elections as his health problems mount, also admitted that the opposition is in shambles and has no chance against Zanu-PF under a renewed leadership. Read more
President Emmerson Mnangagwa revealed he will be visiting China in April after President Xi Jinping invited him.
Prez Mnangagwa said he will visit China in an effort to reengage with the outside world.
I will be going to China in April and working out areas of cooperation with China.
But besides, we have envoys as well as messages of encouragement and congratulations from like (Angela) Merkel and want Germany to work with us, from (Vladimir) Putin in Russia the same, Brazil the same, India the same and from the Pope.
Curvy Ghanaian actress, Moesha Boduong, is of the opinion that flaunting curves does not make a woman cheap as she shared these lovely new photos of herself on her Instagram page.
Known for her hourglass figure, curvy Ghanaian Actress, Moesha Boduong, who looks extremely gorgeous in new photos she shared on Instagram, has stated that flaunting one’s curves is not a sign of being cheap.
She posted the beautiful photos and wrote: Read more
Recalling the last days of Mr Mugabe’s 37-year rule, Mr Charamba said the 93-year-old wanted “to go on his own terms” and had to be warned of the dangers following the military’s intervention and the outbreak of protests. Read more
Manchester United will take the option to extend David De Gea’s contract by a further year and Jose Mourinho is unsurprisingly keen to tie down our star goalkeeper for the long term.
De Gea’s current four-year deal is due to end next summer but a clause in it will allow the Reds to extend his stay for another 12 months, which Mourinho expects to be a formality.
But the manager is looking further ahead than that and hopes the club can agree a new contract for the Spaniard, who has again been in imperious form this season to illustrate why many fans, team-mates and pundits feel he is the best in the world. Read more
A 35-year-old flamboyant Namibian prophet, Grayston Mckenzie, has dismissed claims by Zimbabwean prophet Walter Magaya of Prophetic Healing Ministries (PHD) that he is using his photo to get money from congregants in Namibia.
Magaya made an announcement at his Waterfalls church on Wednesday service without disclosing his name.
“They is a man of God in Namibia who came here to Zimbabwe asked for a picture with me like everyone l agreed to take a picture with you standing in my office, you are now abusing my picture and you are collecting money in my name from your congregations saying prophet Magaya is borrowing.
“I want to give this announcement to all people in Namibia that l have never sent him and l do not borrow from any congregant or member of the church l don’t do that, hallelujah!
“This man is not saying I want to go and see prophet Magaya no he is actually going to a member of the church and say can you give me US$3000 it’s not me who needs it its prophet Magaya he wants US$3000 and he will give you in two months. Read more
THE Ministry of Transport and Infrastructural Development plans to buy three Embraer ERJ145 aircraft for Air Zimbabwe at a cost of US$6 million and lease two other similar aircraft which will ply routes in southern Africa as part of a 100-day work plan approved by cabinet, the Zimbabwe Independent has learnt.
After taking over the reins of power last month, President Emmerson Mnangagwa tasked every minister to come up with at least three specific and measurable economic projects with a 100-day turnaround period. Read more