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Mugabe Appoints Service Chiefs To 2011

chihurUncertain about his chances of winning the coming election President Robert Mugabe has decided to get around the constitutional limitations on the terms of the Police Commissioner and the Commander of the Army to appoint his loyal lieutenants up to the year 2011.

The chairman of the Police Service Commission, Dr Mariyawanda Nzuwah, announced in a statement the appointment of Augustine Chihuri by President Robert Mugabe to the previously non-existant rank of Commissioner-General of Police.

Chihuri to remain even if government changes?

Last Updated on Friday, 01 February 2008 22:35

AU Leaders Fiddle While Africa Burns

talkThe African Union is set to expose itself again as a club of dictators who care more about maintaining each other in power than solving the continent's problems, as they meet in Addis Abbaba with two of their biggest failures staring them in the face - President Robert Mugabe and Kenya's Mwai Kibaki.

Kofi Annan sips tea with election thief Mwai Kibaki and outraged opposition leader Raila Odinga, but no solution in sight as violence spreads.

Last Updated on Friday, 01 February 2008 22:06

Mercenary Mann Appeals To Supreme Court

ImageSimon Mann, the convicted British mastermind of a foiled coup in Equatorial Guinea has taken his appeal against extradition to the West African dictatorship to the Zimbabwean Supreme Court.

His lawyer today filed a notice of appeal to the Supreme Court after losing a High Court appeal to stop his extradition from Zimbabwe where he and a 60-strong mercenary force landed their hired jet into what Zimbabwe claims was a sting operation in 2004.

Munn - Former SAS man stung by Mugabe security?


Last Updated on Thursday, 31 January 2008 09:41

MDC UK Crushes Plots

CoventryNgoni Kufazvinei, Theresa Matope, Hama Ray and Mrs Ziyambi, and Sibongile Nkala - all MDC UK & I Coventry Branch members at the last London demonstration for Free and Fair Elections. Their branch may not be able to be represented at the UK Congress because of  some of the branch leadership’s questionable activities. 


Last Updated on Saturday, 31 October 2009 19:45

Court Settles Zanu Primaries Row

Bulawayo: An attempt by the Zanu (PF) Midlands executive to get Mugabe blue-eyed boy, Francis Nhema, elected unopposed in its primaries has suffered a set-back after a sitting councillor took his case to the High Court - and won.

A Bulawayo High Court judge granted a suspended Midlands Zanu-PF councilor, Dr Frank Feneti Mbengo, an order to contest the party’s primary elections for the parliamentary seat where he had been barred from contesting, effectively nullifying his suspension from the ruling party.

Last Updated on Friday, 01 February 2008 14:22

Cash Barons Swept Under Van Hoogstraten

baron?The government, having squandered the opportunity offered by Reserve Bank Governor Gideon Gono, to expose the cash barons responsible for the masacre of the Zimbabwe dollar, has turned to prosecuting property tycoon Nicholas van Hoogstraten.


Last Updated on Wednesday, 30 January 2008 03:52
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