New Details Emerge On Mnangagwa Helicopter Crash

Significant changes have been made to President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s security system and motorcade after the presidential helicopter was dramatically forced into an emergency landing two weeks ago, The NewsHawks reported. Mnangagwa’s chopper reportedly crash-landed about 60 kilometres southwest of Harare on a Sunday afternoon due to technical failure. The chopper, which was flying from Mnangagwa’s Precabe Farm in Sherwood, Kwekwe, landed at a farm owned by a ministry of Finance official. The NewsHawks reported sources as saying that following the incident, Mnangagwa quickly moved to beef up his motorcade by bringing in Air Force…

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Proclamation Of Election Dates Is Done By The President – ZEC

The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) has said only President Emmerson Mnangagwa can proclaim dates for elections in the country. The commission makes the remarks at the backdrop of continuous deferment of by-elections meant to fill about 48 parliamentary seats and over 80 council seats left vacant when MDC-T recalled MDC Alliance legislators or councillors. ZEC has been receiving criticism for the deferment of the by-elections. Authorities have been citing the prevalence of the COVID-19 pandemic as justification for deferring the elections. Zec commissioner Qhubani Moyo Thursday said the electoral management…

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Mnangagwa’s Helicopter Forced Into Emergency Landing

President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s presidential helicopter was forced into an emergency landing over 60 kilometres southwest of Harare on Sunday afternoon due to a technical failure. Security sources told The NewsHawks the crash landing incident happened on Sunday around 4 pm in the Sandringham area, Matsvaire village, in Chegutu district when Mnangagwa was coming from his Kwekwe farm. The sources said Mnangagwa was rattled and terrified by the incident which forced him into a scary emergency while on his way back to Harare. Said a source: The incident happened in Sandringham.…

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Jonathan Moyo Says It’s A Lie Mnangagwa Escaped Death Penalty During Rhodesia Era | FULL THREAD

Exiled former ZANU PF Politburo member Professor Jonathan Moyo says President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s claims that he escaped the Rhodesian hangman’s noose in 1965 because he was underage are false. Prof Moyo said the “lie” was previously exposed by Jonathan Chando and has now been confirmed by Eddie Cross, Mnangagwa’s biographer. Below is Prof Moyo’s Twitter Thread in which he attempted to substantiate the allegations: MNANGAGWA’S CLAIM THAT HE WAS SENTENCED TO DEATH in 1965 and escaped the penalty because he was underage, is a MYTH, that is a LIE, as previously revealed…

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Letters From My Deathbed: Dear Mr President

Good morning Mr President Sir.This happens to be Radio Dodger broadcasting from the other side of the City.You know the side that raised you and many other gallant sons and daughters of the soil who bled,died in liberating us lazy millenials an exercise you never tire of mentioning when questions about dilapidated infrastructure and misrule come up.The  side Mr President Sir where working roads are a myth and running water is a Santa Claus of sorts only visiting once a year but not really. I broadcast this message on my…

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Zimbabwe Can Now Withdraw US$960 Million From The IMF

Zimbabwe can now withdraw its SDR677.4 million, which is equivalent to US$960 million, from the International Monetary Fund (IMF). IMF managing director Kristalina Georgieva said Monday the organization is allocating US$650 billion to its 190 members which members can withdraw from today. The bailout is, however, befitting rich countries as the allocation is based on each country’s quota shares in the IMF. The United States, for example, is entitled to SDR79 billion which is over US$111 billion, and is more than five times what all the low-income countries are getting.…

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Zimbabwe Owes US$142 Million To International Airlines

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has reported that Zimbabwe owes US$$142 million to international airlines from ticket sales, cargo space and other activities. News24 cites IATA as saying about $963 million (R14.6 billion) in airline funds, including Zimbabwe’s US$142 debt, are being blocked from repatriation in nearly 20 countries. Other countries that owe substantial amounts were Bangladesh ($146.1 million), Lebanon ($175.5 million) and Nigeria ($143.8 million). IATA noted that these countries’ debt alone accounts for more than 60 per cent of the total amount owed adding that there have been…

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IndoPakistani Community rejects Abdul Sapa

The Indo-Paki community in Harare has allegedly written to ZANU PF Headquarters asking that the party replaces and disciplines Ward 5 council candidate Abdul Sapa who has been described as a domestic terrorist. A member of the Indo-Paki community who spoke on condition of anonymity said Indians and Pakistanis living in Harare were not happy with the conduct of Abdul Sapa who is accused of having caused the death of respected community leader Ashraf Bhagoo. Abdul Sapa is accused of using his close proximity to security sector bosses to terrorise…

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Nguwaya’s US$2 Million From Zimbabwe Still Stuck In Hungary Bank

The red-flagged US$2 million which Zimbabwe paid for medical supplies by Drax Consult SAGL, associated with local business dealer Delish Nguwaya, is still stuck in a Hungary bank. In the first two months of last year, Drax had delivered goods worth US$2 733 480. The money was paid by the Treasury upon a request for the payment from the Health ministry then under the subsequently dismissed minister Obadiah Moyo. The deal sailed through the Health Ministry, Treasury and the Procurement Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe easily due to political pressure despite questions and suspicions.…

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“Ushe Madzoro, We’re Next” – Nelson Chamisa

MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa Friday said the opposition will win the 2023 election and attain power contrary to the belief that the ruling ZANU PF will rule forever. Chamisa told NewsDay that the era of leaders who abuse State institutions to illegally stay in power was over, warning President Emmerson Mnangagwa that opposition supporters would defend their vote against rigging. The former ICT Minister was responding to Mnangagwa’s utterances in Mutare on Thursday where he said recent events in Zambia where opposition leader Hakainde Hichilema won against incumbent President…

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