‘Thai Man, Faces 37 Years In Prison For Insulting The Kings Dog’

‘Thai Man, Faces 37 Years In Prison For Insulting The Kings Dog’

Some people are aware now, that anyone who specifically defames the monarchy, which includes the king, the queen, the heir apparent or the regent is breaking Thai strict military  laws. A Thai man, probably rues, using social media after his case was recently brought before  a Thai military court , for insulting the King’s dog, in his social media post. However because of the inherent fears associated with insulting the monarchy, there is widespread silence across the media about the case of…

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Commuter Kombi Driver Drives 10km With Cop Hanging Onto Wipers And Bumper

Commuter Kombi Driver Drives 10km With Cop Hanging Onto Wipers And Bumper

In an all too familiar case of lawlessness amongst commuter omnibuses, a toyota hiace kombi commuter bus  driver  ‘Maxwell Subili’ (28) is facing attempted murder charges after allegedly attempting to run over a police officer at Makoni shopping centre on the 20th of December.. The kombi driver allegedly did so in abid to escape arrest by the  officer for picking passengers at an undesignated spot in Chitungwiza town. The Kadzomba Tours , kombi driver  from Cherutombo in Marondera allegedly drove…

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Rural Teachers Union Of Zimbabwe (RUTZ) Protest Gains Momentum After Publicity

Rural Teachers Union Of Zimbabwe (RUTZ)  Protest Gains Momentum After Publicity

  The arrest of the Rural Teachers Union Of Zimbabwe (RUTZ) officials last night is a major issue of national concern, which everyone must wade into and form a united front made up of a credible and formidable force against such dehumanising treatment by the Zanu PF regime. Newzimbabwevision, notes with horror and condemns, the inhumane treatment, torture and wounds suffered last night by the RUTZ, officials. Pride Mukono the RTUZ programmes officer, suffered the…

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90% Unemployment, Zanu PF Gvt Broke, No Bonus, Unions To Strike,…So What?…I’m on Holiday!

90% Unemployment, Zanu PF Gvt  Broke, No Bonus, Unions To Strike,…So What?…I’m on Holiday!

  When a nation, has 90% Unemployment, collapsed Service Delivery in Health Care, Education, Housing and Roads, and a broke despot led Mugabe’s Zanu PF regime, it is everyone’s responsibility to rise up in defiance to oppressive authority.   Zimbabwe is burning and we have the weakest set up opposition wise because of the broke, multiple opposition forces, well entrenched in their corners and fighting amongst and between themselves instead of uniting against a common…

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2 Police Jailed 9 Years Each & 2 Men Jailed 10 Years Each For Pangolin Possession

2 Police Jailed 9 Years Each & 2 Men Jailed  10 Years Each For Pangolin Possession

  Two police officers from Gokwe, who together with two other accomplices were found in possession of a live pangolin they intended to sell to a local businessman, have each been jailed for an effective nine years. Tinashe Mushaikwa (29) of ZRP Gokwe Central and Albert Gwere (23) based at ZRP Nembudziya had pleaded not guilty to illegal possession of a specially protected animal when they appeared before Gokwe magistrate Mr Collen Chiruma but were…

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Power Providers Seek Permission To Raise Electricity Tarrifs For 2016

Power Providers  Seek Permission To Raise Electricity Tarrifs For 2016

With many areas in Zimbabwe subjected to a total of 18 hours at a time without electricity due to ongoing power cuts, it certainly never rains but it pours for the suffering Zimbabweans who live destitute lives with 90% unemployment, Poor Service delivery in Health care, Housing, Roads, Education and unsurprisingly so, Electricity.   The powerhouse of Zimbabwe’ electricity supply, the Kariba Dam almost running dry and e after ectricity generation at its lowest because…

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Health Experts Warn That, ‘Gonorrhea Could Soon Become Untreatable’

Health Experts Warn That, ‘Gonorrhea Could Soon Become Untreatable’

Gonorrhea, one of the most common sexually transmitted infections (STIs), could soon become an “untreatable disease”, United Kingdom health experts have warned. The drug resistant bug was first identified in Leeds, the UK, in March this year and caused quite an alarm, as doctors and medical experts battled to contain it and curb its spread to other parts. Over the years, according to the Centre for Disease Control, gonorrhea has progressively developed resistance to the…

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US$13,2m Needed Yet Only US$3m Allocated To Avert Prison Starvation

Government allocated a paltry US$3 million for food at the country’s prisons in the 2016 National Budget, enough to procure food for just three months for the prison population of approximately 20 000. The resultant food shortages at the correctional institutions are a real threat to security at prisons, the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs observed in its report on the 2016 National Budget. The committee said at least US$13,2m was…

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‘Illegal Marange Diamond Fields Prospector’ Shot dead By Security, Christmas Day

ONE illegal panner was allegedly shot dead, while two others were injured when security guards manning diamond fields in Marange opened fire at them in the early hours of Christmas. Although Manicaland police spokesman Inspector Tavhiringwa Kakohwa professed ignorance on the matter, saying he had not been in office, NewsDay is reliably informed that the police have since launched investigations into the matter, which took place at the diamond fields owned by Marange Resources. According…

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Mahofa& Madiro Hospitalisation Raise Poisoning Fears At Zanu PF Conference

ZANU PF has been rocked by fears of plots to poison officials in rival factions, as the succession conundrum within the ruling party turns nastier, NewsDay has learnt While officials denied any knowledge of such plots, reports claimed that Masvingo Provincial Affairs minister Shuvai Mahofa and former Zanu PF Manicaland provincial chairperson Mike Madiro were hospitalised on suspicion of food poisoning at the recently-ended party’s 15th national people’s conference held in Victoria Falls. Zanu PF…

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