President Mugabe raps Zanu PF Harare leadership

President Robert Mugabe has slammed some members of the Zanu PF Harare provincial leadership for fanning divisions in the party and seeking to bar the First Lady’s ascendancy to the Women’s League top post.

The President said the province should instead concentrate on finding ways to win back the seats that were won by the opposition.

President Mugabe was addressing thousands of Zanu PF supporters who turned up to welcome him from a week long state visit to China at the Harare International Airport.

 
Zanu PF applauds Cde Mugabe

rugare gumbo 30-07-12.pngZanu PF has congratulated the President and First Secretary of the party, President Robert Gabriel Mugabe for his successful and historic visit to China which culminated in the signing of nine crucial deals and MOUs between Zimbabwe and China.

 
Govt defends Electoral Act

The Chairperson of the Parliamentary Legal Committee, Advocate Jonathan Samukange says voices insinuating that the recently adopted statute runs parallel to the constitution do not comprehend the supreme law of the land’s superiority.

 

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PRESIDENT R.G. MUGABE QUOTES

"They think Africa is their God-given territory because once upon a time they oppressed us. They had colonies in Africa. They had shared Africa like a cake, this part belongs to the British, that part to the Belgians and that other part to the French, the Germans. There was that scramble for Africa. Not so with the Chinese." - during -day state trip to China, August 2014.

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