Sunday Standard
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Sunday Standard
Ram, Dada turn down Moti’s Boko aircraft request
BY THOBO MOTLHOKA
Local business tycoons Ramachandran Ottapathu and Satar Dada reportedly turned down a last minute plea by Junaid Moti to employ the services of their private aircraft for the benefit of Umbrella for Democratic Change (UDC) president Duma Boko.
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Sunday Standard
Moti’s Botswana/Zimbabwe power grab exposed
Controversial South African businessman and Umbrella for Democratic Change (UDC) chief financier Zunaid Moti has ventured on a buccaneering campaign to capture Botswana and Zimbabwe.
Sunday Standard investigations have turned up confidential data in which the shady investor revea...
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Sunday Standard
It is time for Chamisa to work with Mnangagwa
There is no doubt that Zimbabwe has gone through extremely difficult decades of mindless abuse caused by bad governance, corruption, ineptitude and downright inability to govern.
The mediocrity of Zimbabwean politicians, in and outside of government, has been on public display fo...
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The Voice
History repeats itself
Way back in 2008 when Zimbabwe was hit by hyperinflation and when everyone became a millionaire, the government resorted to frequently introducing new notes. They hoped this would contain the runaway inflation and ‘kill’ the foreign currency black market, but alas it never worked...
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The Voice
Zim situation worsens amid rumors of a looming coup
As the economic situation continues to deteriorate in Zimbabwe, pressure is also mounting for on President Munangagwa to put corrective measuresamid reports of a looming coup and civil unrest. On Tuesday reports were rife that Mnangagwa had been put under house arrest and being f...
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Sunday Standard
The outlawing of Zimbabwe’s majority
A few days ago, a judge in Zimbabwe issued a judgement saying that the leader of the main opposition in Zimbabwe, Mr. Nelson Chamisa, who many believe defeated current president, Emmerson Mnangagwa, in the last presidential elections were it not of the age-old election tempering,...
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