‘Zim Now, Dirtiest Place In Africa Due To Breakdown Of Rule Of Law & Collapse Of Economy’-David Coltart

Former Cabinet Minister David Coltart today told journalists that Zimbabwe is now the dirtiest place in Africa as there is rampant dumping in urban areas and massive land degradation in the country side. Coltart was addressing the media during a one day climate change workshop in Bulawayo. “Zimbabwe is now the dirtiest places on earth and it’s not our in our culture. Botswana and Namibia are pretty smart than us. “It’s all to do with…

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‘What Zanu PF Problems,….Do I Look Like I Have Not Slept’-Mnangagwa

‘What Zanu PF Problems,….Do I Look Like I Have Not Slept’-Mnangagwa

VICE President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s arrogance played out in parliament Wednesday after he was quizzed on President Robert Mugabe’s health. MDC-T lawmaker Prosper Mutseyami had asked Mnangagwa if the country is still stable given Mugabe’s continued “gaffes and falls”. “I would want to know if the country is still safe and stable given the health problems that the President continues to encounter. “He has developed a tendency to fall and say the wrong things. Can the…

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KARIBA DRYING UP AND DONKEYS RUN AMOK AND MAUL FILABUSI VILLAGERS,..91 YEAR OLD DESPOT RULES,..LONG LIVE MUGABE ANIMAL FARM!!.

TWO Filabusi villagers sustained injuries after they were mauled by donkeys in separate incidents that have triggered a rabies alert in the district. The two animals have since been put down. Sithembiso Nungu, who works at a hardware shop at Filabusi centre, said the donkey attacked her as she was taking a walk with two of her colleagues at around 6PM on Monday. “All I remember is that as we were approaching the shops, I…

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ZAPU Mourns, Former (NUST) Vice Chancellor Prof Lindela Ndlovu

ZAPU has said it learnt with shock and sadness the passing on of former Vice Chancellor of the National University of Science and Technology (NUST), Prof Lindela Rowland Ndlovu. Prof Ndlovu reportedly succumbed to diabetes in the morning of 18 November 2015 in Bulawayo. “His untimely death comes barely a month after the region lost yet another illustrious academic in Dr Lawton Hikwa,” said Zapu in a statement. “This also comes just weeks after we lost…

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Debunking Prophet Walter Magaya’s 600,000 Crowd Pulling Myth

How to Figure Out the Capacity for Events | eHow The capacity of an event is the number of people attending divided by the amount of space needed by each guest. Emile Heskey ZIMBABWE has been hit by a storm of alleged prophets or men of god who have been fighting for the prophetic turf in trying to pull crowds and out-manoeuvre each other in the hope of being crowned “Leader of the biggest church”…

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EU Delegation To Zimbabwe, Condemn Violence, And Urge The Arrest Of Perpetrators

EU Delegation To Zimbabwe, Condemn Violence, And Urge The Arrest Of Perpetrators

THE United States and Western embassies accredited to Zimbabwe have voiced concern over the re-emergence of political violence which saw the shock axing of two Zanu PF supporters by a party activist weekend. However, Home Affairs deputy minister Obedingwa Mguni was quick to tell NewZimbabwe.com the State was in control of the situation while laying the blame on opposition leaders. In a statement, the EU delegation to Zimbabwe described political violence as unacceptable and urged…

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Mugabe’s Zanu PF Regime Fails To Pay Soldiers Bonus As Promised

Mugabe’s Zanu PF Regime Fails To Pay Soldiers Bonus As Promised

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s administration Tuesday failed to honour its pledge to pay soldiers the 13th cheque in a tale-tell sign the government is technically broke due to the prevailing economic climate and low revenue collections by tax authorities. In February this year Mugabe promised to pay all civil servants their bonuses ahead of the festive season despite advice to the contrary from finance minister Patrick Chinamasa who had said there would no bonuses for the…

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18,100 people In UK , Unknowingly Living With HIV,

© Francois Lenoir / Reuters An estimated 18,100 people in the UK are unknowingly living with HIV, Public Health England (PHE) said as it launched the first nationally available HIV home-testing kit. In a report released Wednesday, PHE found 103,700 Britons are living with the condition. “Overall, the number of people living with HIV in the UK continues to increase and the number living with undiagnosed HIV remains high,” the report said. According to PHE,…

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With Upsurge Of State Violence ZUJ Warns Journalists To Be Concerned Over Their Professional &Personal Security

With Upsurge Of State Violence ZUJ Warns Journalists To Be Concerned Over Their Professional &Personal Security

Zimbabwe Union of Journalist Secretary General Foster Dongozi has warned journalists in Zimbabwe to be concerned over their professional and personal security as the nation has started recording an upsurge in cases of the scribes harassment by the state security agents. The remarks come in the work of recent arrest of Sunday Mail and Herald Reporters over the writing of a police linked story. Also this comes at a time when the country experiences an…

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Are Zimbabwe’s Political Violence & Abductions, A Taste Of 2018 Ballot?- Eric Knight

Former Radio Zimbabwe Disk Jockey Eric Knight has lamented that politics in Zimbabwe has become more dirty that it is expected as violence and abduction of opposition members has been reported since year  2000 to date. “Politics is a dirty game is one of the most over used adages I always hear. More often than not I have always challenged those who sing it. Why is it only a dirty game to some parts of…

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