Prophet Makandiwa to appear in court to for $6.5million “False Prophecies” Trial

Image result for makandiwa and wifeUnited Family International founder leader Emmanuel Makandiwa and his wife Ruth Makandiwa will appear before High Court judge Justice Owen to answer allegations of making false prophecies.

The Makandiwas are being sued for $6,5 million by former congregants, businessman Upenyu Mashangwa and his wife, Blessing, over alleged false prophecies. The Mashangwas are alleging that they made significant losses because they believed in Makandiwa’s “false” prophecies. Read more

‘I have never been poor, i have worked for everything i own, proof is there’ – Obert Mpofu

Image result for obert mpofuZanu-PF Secretary for Administration and former Minister of Home Affairs Obert Mpofu has denied all claims that he is corrupt insisting that he is too rich to be bribed.

Mpofu said that he has always been rich the time before he came into government and attributed the source of his wealth to the “golden handshake” he received from Tregers.

In an interview with the Daily News, Mpofu said,

Yes, certain individuals, most of whom are outside the country, say such things. You see, I did not become a businessman when I got into government. Read more

I will never overstay in Power, will abide by the constitution – Mnangagwa

Image result for mnangagwa on cnnPresident Emmerson Mnangagwa has said that he will not overstay as president because he wants to entrench constitutionalism in the country.

Mnangagwa had previously hinted that he will still be around in 2030, two years after the end of his 10-year constitutional term.

However, in an interview with CNN’s Christine Amanpour, Mnangagwa said, that 10 years was sufficient for him to implement his plans. Here is an excerpt from the interview,

ED: The issue is that under Commonwealth parliamentary democracy, the political party which has the majority in Parliament chooses its leader, and my predecessor was generally being accepted by his party.

But now under the new Constitution, which came into effect on the 22nd of May 2013, we have now limited the terms of presidency to two terms – if you are able to have two terms. But beyond that, the Constitution forbids … Read more

Government will recognise Chamisa as main Opposition leader with state pay & perks

Image result for chamisa and mnangagwaPresident Emmerson Mnangagwa has revealed that he plans to adopt the Commonwealth parliamentary democracy system in which the leader of the opposition is formally recognised and gets a salary from the government.

In an interview with Bloomberg Mnangagwa confirmed the compromise deal which has been reported to have been pushed by the European Union and the United Kingdom. Said Mnangagwa

Under our Commonwealth parliamentary democracy, the opposition is recognised; we recognise the leader of the opposition in Parliament. Read more

Chamisa and Mnangagwa urged to bury hatchet

Image result for chamisa and mnangagwaA CIVIC group has challenged President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s Zanu PF and the Nelson Chamisa-led MDC Alliance to end their fight over the outcome of the July 30 elections as this was now taking a toll on citizens who want quality service delivery and development.

#ThisConstitution leader Abigail Mupambi said now that the elections have come and gone, it was time to look beyond the political curtain and begin to build a critical mass towards building a national consensus to ensure sustainable development. Read more

Zim ready for new era of relations: ED

President Emmerson Mnangagwa says Zimbabwe stands ready to enter a new era of relations with the United States of America and pursue economic cooperation and further re-ignite mutually beneficial trade and economic cooperation between the two countries and their people.

Addressing a Zimbabwe Investment Forum in New York yesterday afternoon, President Mnangagwa said the onus is on the private sectors of the two countries to complement government efforts following the invitation and various efforts that are being made to create an environment that is attractive to business. Read more

Ex-minister Chikwinya sued over $31k power bill

Image result for nyasha chikwinyaFORMER Women Affairs, Gender and Community Development minister, Nyasha Chikwinya, has been taken to court over an outstanding $31 765 energy bill owing to the Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (Zetdc).

Through its lawyers Chihambakwe, Mutizwa and Partners, the power utility petitioned the High Court on Thursday, claiming payment of the outstanding amount. The former Mutare South legislator (Zanu PF) is yet to respond to the litigation and the matter is pending.

According to the court papers, Chikwinya allegedly failed, neglected and or refused to settle the amount despite numerous demands.  Read more

1 2 3 95