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A Zimbabwe court has handed a four-year jail term to a former energy minister who served in Robert Mugabe's last cabinet after he was found guilty of corruption, a report says.
An ex-zimbabwean minister fingers President Emmerson Mnangagwa in a fraud case, and Swaziland says the issue involving Zambian President Edgar Lungu's plans to build a mansion in that country is a "private matter"
Zimbabwe's vice president Kembo Mohadi has rubbished claims that the ongoing crusade against corruption is targeting former first lady Grace Mugabe's allies, a report says.
A Zimbabwe court has freed on bail two ex-ministers who served in former president Robert Mugabe's government and face charges of criminal abuse of office and corruption.
Zimbabwe's former vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa's allies are reportedly likely going to be purged from both government and the ruling Zanu-PF party after President Robert Mugabe sacked him from his post.
Zimbabwe's Zanu-PF provincial chairpersons have reportedly criticised Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa for "associating with party renegades", saying his loyalty to President Robert Mugabe is "questionable".
Former energy minister Samuel Undenge stands accused of fraud after he awarded a communications contract without putting it out to tender.
A former Zimbabwean minister accused of criminal abuse of office has reportedly said that he received instruction from President Emmerson Mnangagwa's office, while he was still vice president, in awarding a communications company a tender without following due process.
Zimbabwe's anti-graft watchdog has reportedly denied reports that it is targeting former first lady Grace Mugabe's allies, saying, however, that it is "following up on cases with proof provided to them".
Zimbabwean ex-vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa's allies in both the ruling Zanu-PF party and government have reportedly dumped his camp "to save their political skin after President Robert Mugabe last week gave the greenlight for the massive purge".
The Zanu-PF women's league is reportedly pushing ahead with its support for Grace Mugabe's ascendancy into the presidium, as tension within the ruling party intensifies ahead of an extraordinary congress in December, says a report.
Zimbabwean ministers have allegedly ordered schools in the country to handover buses for the one million man march meant to show support for President Robert Mugabe, a report says.
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