Chinamasa stated that the countries that imposed sanctions on Zimbabwe are slowing down the process as this would force them to lift the embargos.
ZANU PF Acting National Political Commissar has exposed his party's fear of diasporans after demanding the removal of sanctions which he said makes the playing field uneven, favouring of the opposition should diaspora vote be allowed.
Zanu-PF has fired four party members for allegedly name dropping during the ongoing gold smuggling saga involving Henrietta Rushwaya and members of the intelligence corps and police force.
The quartet is part of the people accused of soiling the First Family's name after First Lady Auxillia
Zanu PF acting spokesperson, Patrick Chinamasa yesterday justified the catch and release phenomenon that has characterized arrests by the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) for lack of evidence adding that cases of graft are the toughest to prosecute.
Chinamasa made the remarks in an interview on ZiFM
Former Minister of Finance and MDC Alliance vice president Tendai Biti has described the current Finance and Economic Development Minister, Mthuli Ncube as a curse to the country for stirring the economy into abyss since his appointment in 2018.
When asked to rate Ncube's performance as
ZANU PF's acting spokesperson, Patrick Chinamasa has maintained on his rant and rave course towards the United States of America government telling the North American country to stop acting like Zimbabwe's 'prefect.'
Speaking on ZiFM last night, Chinamasa highlighted that the US has no right whatsoever
A showdown is looming between ruling Zanu PF and South Africa’s African National Congress (ANC) over remarks made by the latter’s Secretary General, Ace Magashule concerning the situation obtaining in Zimbabwe.
In a scathing attack on Magashule, Zanu PF acting spokesperson Patrick Chinamasa said the veteran
The Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights) has expressed shock and concern at the increasing language of hate coming mainly from ZANU PF ahead of the opposition-led July 31 protests.
The association said the recent remarks by the acting ZANU PF spokesperson Patrick Chinamasa incited violence at
Acting Zanu PF spokesperson Patrick Chinamasa took a swipe at MDC Alliance vice president Tendai Biti accusing him of writing letters to the international financial institutions instructing them to stop funding Zimbabwe.
Chinamasa made the remarks during a press conference at Zanu PF headquarters yesterday describing
The ruling Zanu PF party has threatened to expel the United States ambassador to Harare, Brian Nichols in a new low in diplomatic relations between Harare and Washington.
Addressing journalists at the party headquarters in Harare, acting spokesperson, Patrick Chinamasa said the diplomat should be ashamed