‘After Chinhoyi Rock Diesel Con , Now, 1896 Skulls Repatriation From UK To Kickstart Collapsed Economy’

‘After Chinhoyi Rock Diesel Con , Now, 1896 Skulls Repatriation From UK  To Kickstart Collapsed Economy’

After Mugabe’s Zanu PF midnight barefoot dancing around a Chinhoyi cave in the false hope that diesel will suddenly flow from the rocks, the next con on the table is the repatriation of the 1896 slaughtered First Chimurenga Heroes from UK back to Zimbabwe. Mugabe and his Zanu PF will attempt to brainwash the electorate with the usual sanctions  and liberation struggle mantra, topping it up with the cream of all cons, the century year…

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‘Chinese Poaching Cartels & Villagers Exhume Lion Bones For Lucrative Illegal Asian Wine Market Trade ‘

‘Chinese Poaching Cartels & Villagers Exhume  Lion Bones For Lucrative Illegal Asian Wine Market Trade ‘

VILLAGERS around the Hwange wildlife conservancy area are reported to be illegally working with Chinese poaching cartels to exhume lion skeletons whose bones are processed into top quality wine fetching up to $20,000 a bottle. The chairperson of the Zimbabwe Conservation Taskforce, Johnny Rodrigues, confirmed the development, Wednesday. He said the lion bones had a lucrative market in Asia, adding this has motivated villagers around the Hwange to exhume skeletons that were buried after trophy…

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Misihairabwi-Mushonga Says GVT Was Caught Napping And Must Apologise For Job Losses

Misihairabwi-Mushonga Says GVT Was Caught Napping And Must  Apologise For Job Losses

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s government must apologise to the nation for its failure to protect the rights of workers and run the economy, Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga has said. Contributing to the debate on the Labour Amendment Bill 2015, Misihairabwi-Mushonga said laders have been caught napping and must “say sorry to Zimbabweans”. “The issue is the economy. We can walk out there and can be seen as the people who are standing for the workers, but if we…

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Mugabe’s Ally, ‘Cephas Msipa ‘ Predicts Strikes And Chaos In Zimbabwe.

Cephas Msipa has said such was the magnitude of Zimbabwe’s problems that it had become imperative for all the country’s leaders in politics, business, communities to come together and seek urgently-needed solutions. He said as a result of the ongoing labour cuts he foresees strikes and chaos. He added that it pains him to see what is happening in Zimbabwe. – source-bulawayo24.

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Mugabe, Over 50 000 Gukurahundi &Opposition Murdered, Dzamara Missing,…What 1896 Skulls Nonsense ??

Mugabe, Over 50 000 Gukurahundi &Opposition Murdered, Dzamara  Missing,…What 1896 Skulls  Nonsense ??

Mugabe and his Zanu PF  bag of excuses has run dry out of justification for forced rule on Zimbabwe. Now they seek to brainwash people with the 1896 first chimurenga skulls of Mbuya nehanda and other heroes , said to be held in a British museum. This is yet aagin a similar scam to the failed Chinhoyi Rock diesel saga,…wake up Zimbabwe! By Sibusiso Ngwenya. See more at www.newzimbabwe.com

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Ncube Warns ‘Allowing Parliament To Make Back-Dated Labour Laws Changes Could Backfire’

Ncube  Warns ‘Allowing Parliament To Make Back-Dated  Labour Laws Changes Could Backfire’

OPPOSITION MDC leader Welshman Ncube has warned that allowing parliament to make back-dated changes to labour laws could backfire “Once that becomes acceptable then what will stop any government of the day from willy-nilly taking away our rights retrospectively?” Ncube said in brief statement. He added “When those who are asserting the unprincipled position that there is no restriction to the making of retrospective laws become victims of such laws they will be the first…

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‘Don’t Be Misfits When You Return Home,’ -Prof Moyo Warns Diaspora Zimbabweans

Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development Minister Jonathan Moyo has said Zimbabweans in the diaspora should strive to acquire education to avoid being misfits in the society when they return. Moyo, who is known for his unrestrained free speech told guests in Bulawayo today during the official opening of the Zimbabwe Open University offices. Moyo said ZOU must ‘come up with strategies to enroll our young men and women who are in the…

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Antoinette Conservancy Farm Owner ‘Honest Trymore Ndlovu’ Charged For Helping To Kill ‘Cecil’

ANTOINETTE Conservancy Farm owner, Honest Trymore Ndlovu, who is accused of conniving with a professional hunter to kill collard male lion ‘Cecil’, has appeared in court. Ndlovu, who runs a farm in Gwayi area just outside the Hwange National Park in Matabeleland North, had been waiting for his day in court since his co-accused Theodro Bronkhorst, owner Bushmen Safaris, was charged last month. Ndlovu, 62, and residing in Bulawayo, was charged with contravening Section 59…

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‘Mugabe Must Respect The Dead & Stop Worshiping /Idolising 1896 1st Chimurenga Heroes Skulls’

‘Mugabe Must Respect The Dead & Stop Worshiping /Idolising 1896 1st Chimurenga Heroes Skulls’

The Zimbabwe Dialogue for Freedom and Democracy member, Fanuel Nsingo has said President Robert Mugabe was continuing to causing people’s suffering through failure to obey God. He described him as the President of the departed souls and darkness and enemy of the living. In a Facebook post Nsingo said Robert Mugabe is the cause of all our suffering, for disobeying God’ s commandments, by worshipping idols. “The dictator prefers the skulls of Zimbabwe’s fallen heroes,…

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Police Commissioner, Prisons Chief & CIO Director General Survive Mugabe Purge-For Now!

Police Commissioner, Prisons Chief & CIO Director General  Survive Mugabe Purge-For Now!

In a move widely viewed as an ultimate U-turn by the traditionally hardline dictator,  Mugabe’s   who was previously bent on retiring at least three of his security generals, has now decided to shelve that decision as a balancing act for his precarious political position in as his hold on power continues to wane against a discontented electorate, factionalism in Zanu PF and a dead  economy. In a face saving move, the dictator has instead,  renewed the  generals contracts by…

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