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Exclusive: Resign Now or face humiliation, new Zanu PF leader Mnangagwa
OUSTED Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa has warned his former boss president Robert Mugabe to step down immediately or suffer humiliation at the hands of the suffering Zimbabweans.
In a statement early this morning from an undisclosed location, Mnangagwa also said he will not be returning to Zimbabwe because he feared for his life as he no longer trusted Mugabe.
Emmerson Mnangagwa caught on camera praying with one eye open(Picture)
“His Excellency, Cde Robert Gabriel Mugabe has always said that if the people no longer want him he will leave office, now that have spoken he must now ACCEPT the will of the people and resign. President Mugabe in his televised State of the Nation Address admitted to a number of a latent disregard to the interest of the people and dereliction of duty, surely after making such an admission common sense dictates that it should have been followed by an apology and immediate resignation to save the legacy of the aforementioned principles,” he said.
The statement comes after General Constantino Chiwenga said the two had spoken and were moving to resolve the current crisis.
Mnangagwa however said this was not his fight but one between the people and the President and therefore Mugabe must face the people instead of seeking his former VP.
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Mothers of the believers: Sayyidah Juwairiyah and Maimunah bint Harith (ra)
By: Jamiatul Ulama
Sayyidah Juwairiyah (رضي الله عنها)
Name and lineage
Juwairiyah bint al Harith ibn Dirar ibn Habib ibn Khuzaimah al Khaza’iyyah al Mustaliqiyyah
She was a captive in the Battle of Banu Mustaliq, also known as the Battle of al Muraysi’, in the fifth or sixth year after hijrah. She was given to Thabit ibn Qais (رضي الله عنه) as part of his share in the spoils of war. He then made an agreement of Kitabah with her. The Prophet (ﷺ) assisted her in fulfilling this agreement and married her thereafter. She was the widow of Musafi’ ibn Safwan, who fought against the Prophet (ﷺ) in the Battle of Muraysi’ and was killed therein. On account of her marriage to the Prophet (ﷺ) the Muslims set free a hundred of her family members who had been taken as captives. Thus she was a source of great blessings for her people.
She passed away in the year 50 A.H.
Virtues and Status
She would perform abundant ‘ibadah (acts of devotion) and would remember Allah excessively.
Imam Muslim rahimahu Llah reports from ‘Abdullah ibn ‘Abbas (رضي الله عنهم):
The Prophet (ﷺ) left the home of Juwairiyah (رضي الله عنه), after having performed the Salat al Fajr (the dawn prayer). She remained sitting in the place where she had performed salah until the Prophet (ﷺ) returned to her much later that morning.
The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said to her, “Have you remained in the same position since I left?”
She replied, “Yes”
The Prophet (ﷺ) then said, “Verily I recited an incantation three times after I left you, if it were to be weighed it would outweigh all that you have read since the morning. (Those words are:)
Praise be to Allah and praise is due to Him, according to the number of His creation and according to His pleasure and according to the weight of His Throne, and according to the ink (used in recording) words (for His Praise).
The Prophet (ﷺ) himself gave her the name Juwairiyah, her previous name was Barrah. Maimunah bint Harith (رضي الله عنها)
Name and lineage
Maimunah bint Harith ibn Hazn ibn Bujayr ibn Huzam ibn Ruwaybah al Hilaliyyah.
Her mother’s name was Hind bint ‘Auf.
Sayyidah Maimunah (رضي الله عنه) was first married to Mas’ud ibn ‘Amr ibn ‘Umair al Thaqafi during the days of ignorance, who separated from her. She then married Abu Raham ibn ‘Abd al ‘Uzza but he passed away shortly thereafter. ‘Abbas (رضي الله عنه)—who was her wakil (guardian)—married her to the Prophet (ﷺ). The Prophet (ﷺ) married her at a place called Sarif which is near Makkah. She was the last woman who the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ)married. This marriage took place in the year 7 A.H, during the ‘Umrat al Qada’.
Virtues and Status
The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) testified to her iman. It is reported from Ibn ‘Abbas (رضي الله عنه):
The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said, “The sisters who are (all) believers are: Maimunah- the wife of the Prophet (ﷺ), her sister Umm al Fadal bint al Harith, her sister Asma bint al Harith– wife of Hamzah, and Asma’ bint ‘Umays; they are all uterine sisters.
The Prophet (ﷺ) himself named her. Al Hakim has reported with his chain of narration from Ibn ‘Abbas (رضي الله عنهما):
Certainly the name of my aunt, Maimunah, was Barrah, and the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) renamed her Maimunah.
Life Esidimeni: Manamela's late application for postponement dismissed
Johannesburg - Justice Dikgang Moseneke has dismissed an application by Gauteng Director of Mental Health Dr Mmakgabo Manamela for a four-week postponement in giving testimony on her role in a rushed move of over 3 000 mentally ill patients from Life Esidimeni to various unlicensed NGOs in 2016.
Moseneke said the application was baseless - in terms of facts and law - and consequently dismissed the application.
He requested Manamela to take the stand immediately, something which the crowd welcomed with a round of applause.
Manamela’s lawyer, Lerato Mashilane, said she needed time to prepare herself as a subpoenaed witness, saying she feared that she would be ambushed. She asked to be given access to documents submitted in other testimonies.
Manamela was subpoenaed on November 2.
Mashilane argued further that Manamela was an exclusive witness, different from others, as there was a possibility that she would face criminal charges of concealment of evidence for her role in the move which saw over 140 mentally ill patients die.
The criminal charges, he argued, would possibly stem from an ad hoc tribunal which took place on October 27. She is also due to attend a disciplinary hearing between December 4 and 8.
"It is fair and just for my client to be given an opportunity to have access to all the documents. She is sitting in on two separate proceedings. In conclusion, she needs the advantage of the information so she comes before arbitration and gives a testimony that will help the arbitrator reach a fair and just outcome," argued Mashilane.
Last minute application queried
Advocate Adila Hassim argued that the application should be dismissed, saying it was an unusual request, with no legal precedent. As Manamela was only a subpoenaed witness, and not a party to the arbitration, she was not entitled access to the documents, Hassim said.
"It is in the interests of all that there’s finality to litigation. Postponement results in greater costs to the parties and waste of time, and it has implication on fairness and justice to the parties involved," she said.
State lawyer Tebogo Hutamo argued that the subpoena clearly stated what was expected of Manamela, saying that she hadn't asked for this information when she was told that she was required to appear, adding that it is unclear what other information Manamela wanted.
Mashilane tried to argue that there was also information that Manamela needed on a work laptop that was taken from her when she was suspended. He said they had made two requests to the Department of Health for the laptop.
In response, Hassim and Hutamo argued that the request - made on Saturday, November 18 - stated that the laptop be made available by noon on Monday, a belated application considering Manamela was due to start giving her testimony at 9:30.
Hassim questioned why the application for postponement was only made on Monday, on the day she was due to testify.