Didymus Mutasa

 
On a mission to 'cleanse' Zanu-PF
On a mission to 'cleanse' Zanu-PF
Didymus Mutasa, the embattled former minister in the Zimbabwe presidency and the ruling Zanu-PF's former secretary for administration, has...
Divide and rule serves Mugabe well
Divide and rule serves Mugabe well
It was just after 4am on a Sunday and not only was President Robert Mugabe awake, he was banging the podium and ranting at thousands of his warring...
Zim: Land issues still a legal minefield
Zim: Land issues still a legal minefield
Zimbabwe's chaotic land reform programme, carried out more than a decade ago, is haunting the courts. The high court has been inundated with land...
War of words over ‘silly' Zim envoy's bid for asylum
War of words over ‘silly' Zim envoy's bid for asylum
The Zimbabwe ambassador to Australia's application for political asylum in that country has sparked a war of words in Harare after Zanu-PF's secretary for administration, Didymus Mutasa, denied the diplomat would face persecution if she returned....
Zanu-PF rejects sanctions offer
Zanu-PF rejects sanctions offer
Every year in February, the European Union (EU) council of ministers meets in Brussels to decide whether to lift the sanctions it imposed on...
Zimbabwe defies land-seizure ruling
Zimbabwe defies land-seizure ruling
Zimbabwe's government will defy a Southern Africa tribunal ruling to stop the seizure of white-owned farms and will continue its land reforms, a...
Zanu-PF backs Mugabe for run-off
Zanu-PF backs Mugabe for run-off
Zimbabwe's ruling Zanu-PF party on Friday decided President Robert Mugabe should contest a run-off vote against opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai...
Divisions cause turmoil in Zim ruling party
Divisions cause turmoil in Zim ruling party
Zimbabwe's ruling party, shaken by internal divisions and a potentially strong election challenge to President Robert Mugabe, will expel candidates...
Harare intensifies drive to expel white farmers
Harare intensifies drive to expel white farmers
The Zimbabwe government has intensified a drive to expel white farmers issuing eviction orders to more farmers and threatening to arrest those who...
Zimbabwe orders 120 000 tonnes of wheat from SA
Zimbabwe orders 120 000 tonnes of wheat from SA
Zimbabwe has ordered 120 000 tonnes of wheat from South Africa to ease food shortages, the country's state security minister said on Wednesday....
Zimbabwe faces food-shortage crisis
Zimbabwe faces food-shortage crisis
The number of people facing serious food shortages in Zimbabwe is expected to grow to 4,1-million over the first quarter of next year, the Canadian...

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