Migrant Dodges 100 mph Trains, 400 Surveillance Cameras ‘In 30 MILE Channel Tunnel To Kent

Migrant Dodges 100 mph Trains, 400 Surveillance Cameras  ‘In 30 MILE  Channel Tunnel To Kent

A SUSPECTED illegal immigrant allegedly walked almost the whole way through the Channel Tunnel from France – with British police picking him up HALF A MILE from Kent. The Sudanese man was arrested by police at the mouth of the rail link near Folkestone in the shocking incident. He would have had to dodge about 400 surveillance cameras on his “highly dangerous” journey. He was taken to custody on Tuesday – a day after migrants…

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Malaysian PM ‘Najib Razak’ Confirms, Wing Debris Found On Réunion, Island Belongs To MH370,

Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak confirmed that a piece of wing debris found on the island of Réunion, off the coast of Africa,belongs to MH370, the Malaysia Airlines flight that vanished more than a year ago. The flaperon is the first physical evidence of what happened to the plane and the 239 people on board. source-guardian

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‘Welshman Ncube’s MDC Behaves Like Zanu-PF’, Says ‘Iphithule Maphosa’ Of Zapu

The Dumiso Dabengwa-led Zapu yesterday accused Zimbabwe’s opposition political parties of lack of commitment in working together to challenge President Robert Mugabe’s Zanu-PF and solve some of the country’s biggest problems. Zapu said it was dismissing the possibility of a grand coalition given the ambivalence shown by their colleagues. “The party has noted with concern the unfaithfulness and untrustworthy behaviour that is usually shown by those parties and organisations we have sought to work with…

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‘Terence Mukupe’ Zanu-PF Harare East National Assembly, Detained Overnight, Rhodesville Police

Harare East National Assembly member Terence Mukupe (Zanu-PF) was detained overnight at Rhodesville police station on Tuesday evening for attempting to obstruct the course of justice after he attempted to rescue some youths arrested in his constituency. The seven Zanu-PF youths appeared in court yesterday facing criminal trespass charges in contravention of Section 132 of the Criminal Law Codification and Reform Act after they invading an open space in New Tafara leased to Shelter Zimbabwe…

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Police Sabotage Democracy Advocate Initiative Trust (DAI) Protest Against Mugabe’s “misrule”

Police Sabotage Democracy Advocate Initiative Trust (DAI) Protest Against Mugabe’s “misrule”

HARARE: Police on Wednesday sabotaged a demonstration organised by lobby group, the Democracy Advocate Initiative Trust (DAI), against President Robert Mugabe’s “misrule” which has caused the “suffering of citizens”. The youthful organisation had planned to march from the capital’s Market Square bus terminus to Parliament where they intended to hand over a petition. “We approached the police, their Police Internal Security intelligence (PISI) last week and handed over our application for the march as required…

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12 years Jail For Lalapanzi Man ‘Jealous Mugariri’ (22) For Breaking Mother’s Arm & Stabbing Friend With Spear

12 years Jail For Lalapanzi Man ‘Jealous Mugariri’ (22)  For Breaking Mother’s  Arm & Stabbing Friend With Spear

Lalapanzi: A 22 year old man has been jailed for an effective 12 years after he broke his mother’s arm and stabbed his friend with a spear in the stomach. Magistrate, Morgan Nemadire slapped Jealous Mugariri with 15 years in prison after convicting him for attempted murder but suspended three years for five years on condition of good behavior. Prosecutors had told the court that on February 15 this year, at around 8.30PM, Menson Jemwa…

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Canada Charge Simbarashe G. Nzvimbo, 29 With Uttering Forged Document, Fraud & Money Laundering.

POLICE in Calgary, Canada, have charged a man originally from Zimbabwe, with money laundering after bank drafts were stolen, forged and used to obtain large sums of money at a local casino. Officers were notified Thursday after a southeast bank discovered and reported the theft of three bank drafts, stolen over the week, said Constable Tanya Bertulli with the economic crimes unit. The bank told police they suspected a staff member — a customer service representative who had worked at the…

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Supreme Court Ruling:-Grain Marketing Board (GMB) Fires 1,200 Of Its Remaining 2,000 Workforce

Supreme Court Ruling:-Grain Marketing Board (GMB) Fires 1,200 Of Its Remaining 2,000 Workforce

The cash-strapped Grain Marketing Board (GMB) which enjoys the monopoly of buying grain from farmers across the country has also taken advantage of the recent Supreme Court ruling to fire 1,200 out of its remaining 2000 work force. GMB workers are owed 10 months’ salaries. The company has over 80 depots around the country, 12 of which are equipped with silos for grain storage. While drowning in liquidity problems, it has also failed to pay…

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Supreme Court Ruling: ’16 000 Private Sector & 3 000 Public Sector Workers Dismissed ‘-(ZCTU)

Supreme Court Ruling: ’16 000  Private Sector & 3 000 Public Sector Workers Dismissed ‘-(ZCTU)

The Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) secretary general Japhet Moyo has said 16000 workers have been so far fired from the private sector while 3000 have been dismissed from the public sector following the Supreme Court ruling which granted companies permission to fire workers on three months notice of pay. “It is now 16 000 workers in the private sector who have lost their jobs and only 3 000 in the public sector,” said…

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Harare Residents Saddened By Urban Tollgates

Harare Residents Saddened By Urban Tollgates

Harare Residents Trust has alleged that the city residents have been saddened by the move by government to introduce city tollgates. Transport and Infrastructural Development Minister Obert Mpofu was recently quoted in the media saying government is now introducing cities tollgates in efforts for the government to raise funds for infrastructural development. Harare Residents Trust questioned as to whether the urban tollgates-were welcome or unwelcome. “The HRT is saddened by the attitude of the Minister…

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