February 16, 2019
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Dexter Nduna says he’s sorry

THE ZANU-PF Chegutu West Member of the House of Assembly Dexter Nduna has apologised for what he said in Parliament during a heated argument with independent Norton Member of Parliament Temba Mliswa. During this week’s Monday heated debate in Parliament, Nduna threatened Mliswa with death and boasted that he had killed countless numbers of people some […]Continue Reading:

Legislators nearly trade blows in Parliament

TEMPERS flared in Parliament yesterday during the sitting of the Portfolio Committee on Mines and Energy when Norton MP Temba Mliswa accused former Transport Committee chairperson, Dexter Nduna, of illegitimately benefitting $11 million from the Zimbabwe National Road Administration (Zinara). Nduna claimed that he murdered people as he traded barbs with Mliswa. “Don’t call Continue Reading:

Mohadi files $10m defamation lawsuit against Mliswa

VICE President Kembo Mohadi has sued Norton MP Temba Mliswa on charges of defamation after the independent legislator said the Vice President was corrupt. Mohadi said besides being VP, he was a businessman and a well-known person in Zimbabwe and abroad by virtue of his political and business positions, hence Mliswa’s allegations soiled his good […]Continue Reading:

Temba Mliswa steps down

UNDERFIRE Norton MP Temba Mliswa (INDEPENDENT) has stepped down from his chairmanship of the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Mines and Mining Development to allow investigations into allegatins that he demanded a $400,000 bribe from a local private contractor. Speaker of Parliament Jacob Mudenda announced the decision yesterday after Makoni South MP Misheck Continue Reading:

Temba Mliswa steps down from parliament post

NORTON independent legislator Temba Mliswa has stepped down from his role as the Chairperson of the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee of Mines & Mining Development. Mliswa said that he has decided to resign so as to allow a Privileges Committee to investigate allegations made against him in the media. Mliswa said: “Pursuant to the media allegations against me and Continue Reading: