ARTICLES RELATING TO ZANU-PF

Zim's comedians draw tears of laughter in troubled times

2015-05-25 09:54

With Zimbabwe’s economy on its knees and life a daily struggle for most people, there is one luxury that many can surprisingly still afford – laughter.

Battles to succeed Mugabe are vicious, says analyst

2015-05-19 14:24

Battles to succeed Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe are "vicious" and "are going to carry on until the succession moment is done," a prominent political analyst says.

Nobody will starve, Mugabe assures Zimbabweans

2015-05-18 17:31

President Robert Mugabe has reportedly assured Zimbabweans living in drought-stricken areas that they won’t starve, saying relief food would be available to feed them.

Claim that Mugabe not behind 80s killings 'totally appalling': MDC

2015-05-15 18:05

A claim from Zimbabwe's vice president ahead of crucial by-elections next month that President Robert Mugabe had nothing to do with the Gukurahundi killings in the 1980s is "totally appalling," the opposition Movement for Democratic Change say.

Zanu-PF says missing activist is 'enjoying life'

2015-05-12 12:44

A Zanu-PF official has reportedly claimed that the opposition MDC is responsible for Itai Dzamara’s disappearance, adding that the activist is somewhere "enjoying life".

Zimbabweans still prefer radio for news – Poll

2015-05-07 11:02

A third of Zimbabweans still prefer to get their news from the radio, with only 10% checking social media for news every day, results of a new survey show.

Mugabe a tribalist, says former aide Dabengwa

2015-05-05 11:19

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe’s former aide Dumiso Dabengwa has reportedly labelled the veteran leader a "tribalist" following his recent Kalanga tribal jibe.

Zim police must investigate attack on MDC MP - group

2015-04-24 15:22

A rights group in Zimbabwe says police must investigate an attack on an opposition MP in Harare after a rally by MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai.

Riot police monitor Zim Black Friday protest

2015-04-17 13:56

Riot police in Harare are monitoring an anti-xenophobia protest by civil society activists and Zimbabweans at the South African embassy, an NGO official says.

Over 1 000 Zimbabweans to leave SA on Sunday - report

2015-04-17 10:35

Over 1 000 Zimbabweans will return home from South Africa on Sunday in the wake of xenophobic attacks, reports say.

 

7 sacked, 13 suspended in Zim ruling party purge

2015-05-22 12:02

Zimbabwe's ruling party has expelled seven former top officials and suspended 13 others in an on-going purge targeting allies of ex-deputy president Joice Mujuru.

Sins cleansed if you support Mugabe's party - VP

2015-05-18 19:48

Zimbabwe's vice president has reportedly told rally-goers in the southern town of Kwekwe that they will be cleansed of their sins if they vote for President Robert Mugabe's party.

New UK govt 'won't compensate evicted Zim white farmers'

2015-05-18 13:15

Britain has reportedly maintained its position that it won’t compensate white farmers who were evicted from their farms during Zimbabwe’s controversial land reform programme in 2000.

UK, US using Zanu-PF members to topple Mugabe – war vets

2015-05-14 07:35

Zimbabwean war veterans have made sensational claims that some elements within the ruling Zanu-PF party are working together with Western countries to topple President Robert Mugabe.

MDC questions Mugabe poll

2015-05-09 21:13

The 63% of Zimbabweans who told pollsters they trusted President Robert Mugabe might have been too frightened to say anything else, a spokesperson for the opposition MDC has suggested.

Donors pushing Tsvangirai to join Mujuru - report

2015-05-05 15:30

Western donors are reportedly pushing opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai to join hands with ousted vice president Joice Mujuru to dethrone President Robert Mugabe in Zimbabwe’s next elections.

Xenophobia: Malema heads to Zimbabwe

2015-04-30 13:00

EFF leader Julius Malema is reportedly set to visit Zimbabwe next week, where he is expected to talk about the recent xenophobic attacks that rocked parts of South Africa.

Zanu-PF rejects anti-EFF tweet

2015-04-20 23:00

A tweet in which Zanu-PF allegedly called for EFF MPs to be burnt alive for delaying a xenophobia debate is "totally fake", a party spokesperson says.

Xenophobia: Zimbabweans to march to SA embassy

2015-04-17 10:48

Zimbabweans have taken to social media to mobilise for a "Black Friday" campaign following the deadly xenophobic attacks targeting foreign nationals in South Africa.

Xenophobic attacks: Mugabe under fire

2015-04-16 16:56

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe who also chairs the SADC and the AU has come under fire over his silence as xenophobic attacks targeting foreign nationals spread from Durban to Johannesburg.

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