• ZIM 08-11-19

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    VICE-PRESIDENT Constantino Chiwenga, who was airlifted to China from South Africa in July amid poisoning fears, is preparing to return home after making a remarkable recovery at a top hospital in Beijing, where he underwent two life-saving operations. The vice-president is expected back in Zimbabwe either at the end of the month or at the beginning of December. A sickly and emaciated Chiwenga was rushed to Beijing at a time many government and family members had lost hope that he would recover, prompting a scramble for his position among senior Zanu PF and government officials.

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  • ZIM 06-12-19

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    VICEPRESIDENT Constantino Chiwenga (pictured) is on the brink of divorcing his wife, ex model Marry Chiwenga, after the pair had a nasty fallout when he was seriously ill and hospitalised in South Africa.

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  • STD 24-11-19

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    HARDLY a day after his arrival from a four month long medical trip in China, Vice President Constantino
    Chiwenga torched a fierce storm when he blasted MDC run councils for failure to address service delivery problems and the opposition at large for having a destructive mentality. He also tongue-lashed striking
    civil servants. Chiwenga on Saturday arrived in the capital aboard a Chinese government jet and immediately threatened striking doctors, while attacking the MDC for having a “Genghis Khan mentality”.

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  • STD 10-11-19

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    President Emmerson Mnangagwa is planning to make further changes to his Cabinet after last Friday’s mini-reshuffle that saw some ministers being redeployed and new deputies appointed, it has emerged.

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  • ND 10-12-19

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    ZIMBABWE’S political leaders have become too selfish by enriching themselves while burdening the country’s
    suffering masses through suffocating taxes and beatings for protesting the oppression, the Catholic Church has said.

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  • ND 09-12-19

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    MANICALAND Senator Douglas Mwonzora (pictured) has called on government to stop funding terror gangs that torment the electorate. Mwonzora said this in the Senate during debate on the Money Laundering and Proceeds of Crime Bill which was brought before Parliament by Justice minister Ziyambi Ziyambi where he pointed out that he suspected that the Bill was being crafted to deal with a shadowy Zanu PF political outfit called
    G40.

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  • STD 08-12-19

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    President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday threatened to “deal” with striking doctors, claiming they were being paid by unknown organisations to continue with their job boycott. Doctors at government hospitals have been on strike since September demanding salaries pegged in United States dollars and improved working conditions.

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  • ZIM 06-12-19

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    VICEPRESIDENT Constantino Chiwenga (pictured) is on the brink of divorcing his wife, ex model Marry Chiwenga, after the pair had a nasty fallout when he was seriously ill and hospitalised in South Africa.

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  • ND 10-12-19

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    ZIMBABWE’S political leaders have become too selfish by enriching themselves while burdening the country’s
    suffering masses through suffocating taxes and beatings for protesting the oppression, the Catholic Church has said.

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  • ND 09-12-19

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    MANICALAND Senator Douglas Mwonzora (pictured) has called on government to stop funding terror gangs that torment the electorate. Mwonzora said this in the Senate during debate on the Money Laundering and Proceeds of Crime Bill which was brought before Parliament by Justice minister Ziyambi Ziyambi where he pointed out that he suspected that the Bill was being crafted to deal with a shadowy Zanu PF political outfit called
    G40.

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  • STD 08-12-19

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    President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday threatened to “deal” with striking doctors, claiming they were being paid by unknown organisations to continue with their job boycott. Doctors at government hospitals have been on strike since September demanding salaries pegged in United States dollars and improved working conditions.

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  • ZIM 06-12-19

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    VICEPRESIDENT Constantino Chiwenga (pictured) is on the brink of divorcing his wife, ex model Marry Chiwenga, after the pair had a nasty fallout when he was seriously ill and hospitalised in South Africa.

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