THREE Mberengwa minors, two girls aged 3 and 4 and a boy aged 2, were last night burnt beyond recognition when a hut they were sleeping in caught fire.

THREE Mberengwa minors, two girls aged 3 and 4 and a boy aged 2, were last night burnt beyond recognition when a hut they were sleeping in caught fire.

THREE Mberengwa minors, two girls aged 3 and 4 as well as a boy aged 2, were last night burnt beyond recognition when a hut they were sleeping in caught fire. The three minors Mitshel HamaNdishe (4), Yvonne Nyoni (3) and the boy Unit Masundire (2) were left alone sleeping with a candle on when the hut later caught fire.   Police acting spokesperson for Midlands Assistant Inspector Ethel Mukwende said she was still to…

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BLATANT DISREGARD FOR MDC T CONSTITUTION, displayed in the selection mechanism of leaders thats unfolding,..interesting!

BLATANT DISREGARD FOR MDC T CONSTITUTION, displayed in the selection mechanism of leaders thats unfolding,..interesting!

 IF MDC T are keen to overlook a democratic party constitution and sideline an elected woman vice president Thokazani Khuphe from substituting Tsvangirai then we cannot lay blame on Mugabe, Mnangagwa, Zanu pf stalwarts and securocrats for their disregard for Zimbabwe’s constitution, lawlessness, lack of rule of law and disregard for the rule of law. Democracy must be seen to be practised and not just be a claimed position to attract supporters and financial aid…

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‘SNOW IN ZIMBABWE,..Mnangagwa Zanu pf regime admits Zinara bought 40 snow graders worth US$8 million from a company called Univern for boiling hot Zimbabwe climate, hmmn…’sh*thole countries?’

‘SNOW IN ZIMBABWE,..Mnangagwa Zanu pf regime admits Zinara bought 40 snow graders worth US$8 million from a company called Univern for boiling hot Zimbabwe climate,  hmmn…’sh*thole countries?’

Speaking during a meeting with local authorities from Mashonaland East province in Marondera on Monday, Transport and Infrastructural Development minister Joram Gumbo said despite the mistake of purchasing snow graders, it was time to bury the past and focus on the future.   “You (local authorities) were given graders by Zinara from a company called Univern. There was a misunderstanding between Zinara and Univern on how to operate the graders. It is true that some…

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Mnangagwa says Zimbabwe will have free and fair, elections without violence but there will be no diaspora vote and those “serious” could come back and register under the on-going voter registration and to vote when the time comes.

Mnangagwa says Zimbabwe will have free and fair, elections without violence but there will be no diaspora vote  and those “serious” could come back  and register under the on-going voter registration and to vote when the time comes.

Mnangagwa says Zimbabwe will have free and fair, elections without violence but there will be no diaspora vote and those “serious” could come back and register under the on-going voter registration and to vote when the time comes.   Speaking in Namibia, Mnangagwa, claimed that the diaspora Zimbabweans have not been denied their right to vote . He said that those “serious” could come back home to register under the on-going voter registration and to…

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ZAPU DEMANDS its property including 25 farms and 31 companies multi-storey Magnate House (Matabeleland CIO HQ Seized by Mnangagwa’s Zanu pf regime.

ZAPU DEMANDS its property including 25 farms and 31 companies multi-storey Magnate House (Matabeleland  CIO HQ Seized by Mnangagwa’s  Zanu pf regime.

ZAPU DEMANDS its property including 25 farms and 31 companies multi-storey Magnate House (Matabeleland CIO HQ Seized by Mnangagwa’s Zanu pf regime.   It is interesting to watch the developments happening now especially after Mnangagwa chose to portray himself to the international world as someone who is ready to embrace the western world, democracy and establish free and fair elections in Zimbabwe.   He declared in December 2018 after becoming Zimbabwe’s current president that those…

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A Zimbabwean family with 4 children between 2 and 11, is still stuck at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport, three months after they were denied boarding flights to Spain because they had overstayed their Thai tourist visas.

A Zimbabwean family with 4 children between  2 and 11, is still stuck at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport, three months after they were denied boarding flights to Spain because they had overstayed their Thai tourist visas.

A Zimbabwean family of eight is still stuck at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport, three months after they were denied boarding flights to Spain because they had overstayed their Thai tourist visas – at the same time, having overstayed, they could not re-enter Thailand and have refused to go back to their country, citing fears for their safety. Immigration Police told Khaosod English yesterday that the family, with four children between the ages of 2 and 11,…

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‘MUGABE to appear before Parliament over missing US$15 billion worth of diamond revenue’

‘MUGABE to appear before Parliament over missing US$15 billion worth of diamond revenue’

FORMER President Robert Mugabe is set to appear before Parliament to expand on the allegations he made in 2016 that $15 billion worth of diamond revenue went missing.   The issue came out yesterday in Parliament during a sitting of the Mines and Energy Portfolio Committee chaired by Norton MP Temba Mliswa.   Mliswa said Home Affairs minister Obert Mpofu, a former Mines minister, and his successor, Walter Chidakwa, would also be summoned for grilling…

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‘Mnangagwa is Mugabe’s clone, who is “very bitter” and a “hard man” who spent many years under colonial imprisonment, during which he endured torture’ – Former US Ambassador to Zimbabwe, current Senior Advisor at Albright Stonebridge Group and the United States Institute of Peace

‘Mnangagwa is Mugabe’s clone, who is “very bitter” and a “hard man” who spent many years under colonial imprisonment, during which he endured torture’ – Former US Ambassador to Zimbabwe, current  Senior Advisor at Albright Stonebridge Group and the United States Institute of Peace

COLOGNE – In what could explain America’s unchanged foreign policy on Zimbabwe, a prolific U.S diplomat now based and working in Washington, has dscribed the country’s new leader, President Emmerson Mnangagwa, as a clone of his former boss Robert Mugabe, who was finally ousted from power in November last year, thus insinuating that nothing has changed in Harare, and that an autocracy is still in place. A clone is a person or thing regarded as…

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Chiyangwa, in 2011 shocked a Local government national housing delivery system gathering when he said he owned 57 000 residential stands in Harare alone.

Chiyangwa, in 2011 shocked a Local government national housing delivery system gathering when he said he owned 57 000 residential stands in Harare alone.

Chiyangwa, in 2011 shocked a Local government national housing delivery system gathering when he said he owned 57 000 residential stands in Harare alone. He said that his company Pinnacle Holdings owned 57 000 residential stands in Zimbabwe’s capital city Harare. 5 000ha in Harare South, 60ha in the Grange, Chisora Village. Chiyangwa went on to say he had built 247 houses in Bluffhill. Chiyangwa, the man seen as key to the collapse of Bulawayo…

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‘Gukurahundi genocide was planned in 1979 London Lancaster House talks, and I will reveal more about the 1980s mass murder of over 20 000 civilians in the Matabeleland and Midlands provinces by Mugabe’-ZAPU leader, Dumiso Dabengwa

‘Gukurahundi genocide was planned in 1979 London Lancaster House talks, and I will reveal more about the 1980s mass murder of over 20 000 civilians in the Matabeleland and Midlands provinces by Mugabe’-ZAPU leader, Dumiso Dabengwa

ZAPU leader, Dumiso Dabengwa on Friday sensationally claimed that Gukurahundi was planned in 1979 during the Lancaster House talks, adding he still has more to reveal about the 1980s mass killings that left over 20 000 civilians in the Matabeleland and Midlands provinces dead.   Dabengwa was making a presentation at a policy dialogue forum organised by Southern African Political Economy Series (Sapes) Trust, in conjunction with the Women in Leadership Development (WILD), that was…

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