Thirty People Reportedly Killed In Two Explosions At A Market In Nigeria

Twin blasts have rocked a market in the northeast Nigerian city of Gombe, leaving 30 people dead, witnesses said. “I have 30 bodies in bags and I am sure there are more out there,” said the Red Cross official, who was involved in the evacuation and wanted to remain anonymous. An official from the National Emergency Management Agency also confirmed that the attacks had taken place and many people were hurt. No one has claimed…

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‘Gweru Blind Man Strikes Baby Dead With Walking Aid In Transport Fare Dispute’

‘Gweru Blind Man Strikes Baby Dead With Walking Aid In Transport Fare Dispute’

A blind Kwekwe man allegedly struck and killed an eight-month-old baby who was strapped to her mother’s back with his walking aid, a metal cane, following a dispute over $1 with a commuter omnibus conductor in Gweru, the Chronicle reported. Christopher Mafunganye, 32, of Extension 15/2 Mbizo, Kwekwe, appeared before Magistrate Judith Taruvinga facing a murder charge. Prosecutor Daniel Tapfuma told the court that on January 1, this year at around 3.30PM and at Ascot…

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Riots Erupt In Livingstone, Zambia In Protest Against Fuel Prices Hike

Riots erupted in Zambia’s tourist capital, Livingstone this week in protest against the government’s decision to hike fuel prices.  Business in the tourist capital came to a standstill on Wednesday as police fought running battles with protesting taxi drivers who damaged the vehicles of their colleagues who refused to join the demonstrations. Alarmed tourists scampered in all directions. The city, which is well known for its tranquillity and even recently co-hosted the UN World Tourism…

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Four Marines &One Gunman Shot Dead In Attack On USA, Tennessee Navy facility.

 Breaking News :   Four Marines , have been reportedly shot dead at a USA Navy Training Centre in the city of Chattanooga. Authorities have  now termed the attacks, acts of Domestic Terrorism,  as two military sites were attacked at the same time. The second attack occured at an Armed Forces Career Center, roughly seven miles away from the site mentioned above, though its yet to be confirmed whether or not the attacks were related. Authorities are yet to release names of…

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R.Malope, S.Ncwane,Lusanda , D. Fraser, H. Mhlaba In ‘August, Gwanda Music Show ‘

R.Malope, S.Ncwane,Lusanda , D. Fraser, H. Mhlaba  In ‘August, Gwanda Music Show ‘

South Africa queen of gospel music Rebecca Malope is making her way to the forgotten Matabeleland South capital of Gwanda at the end of August. Malope undoubtedly the biggest name in contemporary gospel music on the continent posted on her Twitter account that she will be performing at Gwanda stadium on the 28th and 29th of August 2015. This will be the first time that Malope will be performing in the town in her over…

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Mugabes, ‘Wreck Bona’s Marriage’ By Pushing Her Towards Ministerial Or Diplomatic Post

Mugabes, ‘Wreck Bona’s Marriage’ By Pushing Her  Towards  Ministerial Or  Diplomatic Post

  HARARE – President Robert Mugabe’s number one child, Bona Nyepudzai’s tricky marriage to Simba Chikore, is allegedly on the brink of damage and possible collapse owing to secret plans by Mugabe and the First Lady Grace, to nudge their daughter into an influential political role in Zanu PF and government, The Telescope News reported. Speculation is now rife that Mugabe and his wife, are working to position Bona into earning a powerful political post,…

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G40 Lobby For Grace To Succeed Mugabe Not Mnangagwa ‘The Hard Act To Sell’

G40 Lobby For  Grace To Succeed Mugabe Not Mnangagwa ‘The Hard Act To Sell’

In a move to meant to stop VP Emmerson Mnangagwa’s chances of ever becoming president, the G40 group are now said to be lobbying First Lady Grace Mugabe to succeed her husband, President Robert Mugabe. The G40 group is allegedly furiously pushing for Grace to become the next Zanu-PF leader as they feel that Mnangagwa is a hard sell to the electorate in 2018. Zanu-PF insiders said the pact between VP Emmerson Mnangagwa and First…

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A Harare Man In Court On Charges Of Murdering Three People In One Night

A Harare Man In Court On Charges Of  Murdering Three People In One Night

A Harare man has appeared in court facing allegations of murdering three people in one night in Chinamhora. Peter Dirai, who was on the run, allegedly committed the crime in the company of Blessing Kunaka and Joshua Chibondo who have since appeared in court facing murder, attempted murder and robbery charges. Dirai aka Chobhobhoribho was on the police wanted list in connection with the infamous Chinamhora killings in Domboshawa. Prosecutor Sebastian Mutizirwa told the court…

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Zimbabwe Is Nearly Two Decades Behind Other Nations In Most Aspects.-Mnangagwa

Zimbabwe Is Nearly Two Decades Behind Other Nations In Most Aspects.-Mnangagwa

  Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa has conceded that Zimbabwe has fallen far behind other countries in terms of development saying the government needs to swallow its pride and review some controversial economic policies to attract foreign investment. He said government will have to literally bite the bullet for the country to catch up with its African peers adding that Zanu-PF government will bring back Zimbabwe to the table of nations. Mnangagwa said Zimbabwe also needed…

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Govt Failing To Cope With Rising Epilepsy Cases ,Begs For Help In Sourcing Drugs

HE director of Mental Health Services in the ministry of health Dorcas Sibanda Tuesday begged for support from well-wishers to assist the government source anti-epilepsy drugs. This comes at a time the government is struggling to cope with the rise in numbers of epilepsy cases in the country. At least 9 000 Zimbabweans are accessing treatment against an estimated 130 000 who need treatment. Sibanda told delegates during the Epilepsy Support Foundation (ESF) news conference…

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