• 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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  • 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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  • STD 03-11-19

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    Members of Parliament will gobble over $5 million in allowances and expensive accommodation in Victoria
    Falls where they are holding a 2020 prebudget seminar, it has been revealed. The Victoria Falls jaunt comes at a time when the government has been failing to end a two-month strike by doctors that has virtually shut down public health centres. It also being held in the backdrop of Finance minister Mthuli Ncube’s austerity measures that are meant to curtail runaway government expenditure. The MPs started trooping into Victoria Falls last Wednesday and will spend at least five days in the resort town. They are booked at the five-star Elephant Hills Hotel. According to Parliament insiders, the travel and accommodation bill for MPs and other delegates that are attending the seminar will not be less than $5 million. At least US$500 000 will be spent on accommodation for the five days for the 350 legislators. Elephant Hills charges $248 per night for a single guest.

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  • ND 19-11-19

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    PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday declared that he will implement political and economic reforms at his own pace, and insisted that the impetus for change and reform comes from within. In a statement reflecting on his two-year rule after taking over power at the back of a coup that toppled long-time ruler, the late
    Robert Mugabe in November 2017, Mnangagwa said the sanctions being used by the West as a tool to demand reform

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  • ND 19-11-19

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    PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday declared that he will implement political and economic reforms at his own pace, and insisted that the impetus for change and reform comes from within. In a statement reflecting on his two-year rule after taking over power at the back of a coup that toppled long-time ruler, the late
    Robert Mugabe in November 2017, Mnangagwa said the sanctions being used by the West as a tool to demand reform

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  • ND 18-11-19

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    PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government spent over US$10 billion in unbudgeted public finds, and now wants Parliament to okay the unexplained expenditure, raising the ire of opposition members of Parliament.NGovernment last Thursday published the Financial Adjustment Bill HB19 of 2019 in which it seeks
    to offload US$10,6 billion onto taxpayers the borrowings which were made without consent f

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  • ND 15-11-19

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    THE cost of staple food commodities mealiemeal and bread are set to skyrocket after Finance minister Mthuli
    Ncube cut subsidies for grain imports in his 2020 national budget, despite maintaining support for the discredited Command Agriculture scheme.

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  • ND 13-11-19

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    NELSON Chamisa’s opposition MDC has dropped a key demand questioning the legitimacy of President Emmerson Mnangagwa, paving the way for possible talks between the chief political rivals to resolve Zimbabwe’s political and economic crises. The opposition party has refused to recognise Mnangagwa’s presidency since the disputed polls of July 31 last year, and accused the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) of poll theft.

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  • ND 19-11-19

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    PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday declared that he will implement political and economic reforms at his own pace, and insisted that the impetus for change and reform comes from within. In a statement reflecting on his two-year rule after taking over power at the back of a coup that toppled long-time ruler, the late
    Robert Mugabe in November 2017, Mnangagwa said the sanctions being used by the West as a tool to demand reform

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  • ND 18-11-19

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    PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government spent over US$10 billion in unbudgeted public finds, and now wants Parliament to okay the unexplained expenditure, raising the ire of opposition members of Parliament.NGovernment last Thursday published the Financial Adjustment Bill HB19 of 2019 in which it seeks
    to offload US$10,6 billion onto taxpayers the borrowings which were made without consent f

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  • ND 15-11-19

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    THE cost of staple food commodities mealiemeal and bread are set to skyrocket after Finance minister Mthuli
    Ncube cut subsidies for grain imports in his 2020 national budget, despite maintaining support for the discredited Command Agriculture scheme.

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  • ND 13-11-19

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    NELSON Chamisa’s opposition MDC has dropped a key demand questioning the legitimacy of President Emmerson Mnangagwa, paving the way for possible talks between the chief political rivals to resolve Zimbabwe’s political and economic crises. The opposition party has refused to recognise Mnangagwa’s presidency since the disputed polls of July 31 last year, and accused the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) of poll theft.

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