THE BROADCASTING AUTHORITY OF ZIMBABWE (BAZ) HAS WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT BANNED the broadcasting of faith healing programmes and adverts on radio and television

THE BROADCASTING AUTHORITY OF ZIMBABWE (BAZ) HAS WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT BANNED the broadcasting of faith healing programmes and adverts on radio and television

This development arose, allegedly following numerous complaints received from members of the public over broadcasating stations in the country regarding faith healing. More news to follow. By Sibusiso Ngwenya

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A FIRE , ON TUESDAY THREE WEEKS BEFORE SCHOOL SECOND TERM STARTS , has created a crisis as 120-A Level pupils will not have shelter when the second school term starts in three weeks.

A FIRE , ON TUESDAY THREE WEEKS BEFORE SCHOOL SECOND TERM STARTS ,  has created a crisis as 120-A Level pupils will not have shelter when the second school term starts in three weeks.

THE PLUMTREE HIGH SCHOOL DOUBLE STOREY LLOYD HOSTEL was on Tuesday, and this has created a crisis as 120-A Level pupils will not have shelter when the second school term starts in three weeks. The Government evaluators have assessed damage running into millions of dollars to the monumental double storey Lloyd Hostel in a case of suspected arson. Plumtree High School has no source of alternative accommodation to house the affected returning 120 A level…

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THE ZIMBABWE ASSOCIATION OF DOCTORS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS (ZADHR) has claimed that the mortality rate at public hospitals shot up from 50% to 70% during the 31-day industrial action by health professionals,

THE ZIMBABWE ASSOCIATION OF DOCTORS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS (ZADHR) has claimed that the mortality rate at public hospitals shot up from 50% to 70% during the 31-day industrial action by health professionals,

THE ZIMBABWE ASSOCIATION OF DOCTORS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS (ZADHR) has claimed that the mortality rate at public hospitals shot up from 50% to 70% during the 31-day industrial action by health professionals, who were demanding an improvement to their working conditions.   The doctors’ month-long strike ended this week after Health Service Board agreed to review their on-call allowances and to provide equipment needed in hospitals as well as essential medicines and drugs.   ZADHR secretary-general,…

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A SERIAL RAPIST FROM CHIVI WHO RAPED 500 WOMEN, WAS JAILED 72 years in prison last week , and back in court on 11 counts including rape and murder this week.

A SERIAL RAPIST FROM CHIVI WHO RAPED 500 WOMEN, WAS JAILED 72 years in prison last week , and back in court on 11 counts including rape and murder this week.

Charles Matanga Magombedze (31) alias Gora of Chikova Village under headman Madzivire was not asked to plead when he appeared before Masvingo provincial magistrate Mr Langton Ndokera last Thursday.   He was remanded in custody to April 11.   Prosecutor Mr Fidelicy Nyamukondiwa said between December, 2017 and February this year, Magombedze allegedly raped and attempted to rape 11 of his victims that included a 14-year-old juvenile, in Chivi and Masvingo districts.   He allegedly…

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BREAKING NEWS: ANC STALWART, AND south Africa liberation struggle veteran Winnie Madikizela-Mandela (81) has passed away.

BREAKING NEWS: ANC STALWART, AND south Africa liberation struggle veteran Winnie Madikizela-Mandela (81) has passed away.

Winnie Madikizela-Mandela (81) died peacefully at Milpark Hospital in Johannesburg early on today Monday, 2nd April 2018 with her her family around her. Madikizela-Mandela was admitted to a Johannesburg hospital over the weekend. www.newzimbabwevision.com will provide funeral service details once the family provides them. More news to follow. By Sibusiso Ngwenya .

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Harare City Council (HCC) has started shutting off water service to “nonpaying” residents by removing water meters in high density suburbs such as Highfield, Glen Norah, Glen View and Budiriro as part of an aggressive campaign to recover U $725 million in overdue bills,

Harare City Council (HCC) has started shutting off water service to “nonpaying” residents by removing water meters in high density suburbs such as Highfield, Glen Norah, Glen View and Budiriro as part of an aggressive campaign to recover U $725 million in overdue bills,

Harare City Council (HCC) has started shutting off water service to “nonpaying” residents by removing water meters in high density suburbs such as Highfield, Glen Norah, Glen View and Budiriro as part of an aggressive campaign to recover U $725 million in overdue bills, in the hope that if homes lose water access, then ratepayers would settle their outstanding debts to councils.   HCC spokesperson Michael Chideme, claims that the Harare City Council is not…

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The spread of violence in Britain is shocking with the London murder rate in February 2018 being higher than in New York

The spread of violence in Britain is shocking with the London murder rate in February 2018 being higher than in New York

The spread of violence in Britain is shocking with the London murder rate in February 2018 being higher than in New York. A total of 15 Murders were recorded in London in that period. London murder rate has overtaken the New York Murder rate for the first time ever, with a spate of stabbings and shootings across the Metropolitan city.   London is generally considered a safer city than New York overall, but the recent…

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BRITAIN’S OLDEST MEN (110) Robert Weighton and Alf Smith, born on 29 March 1908, have celebrated their 110th birthdays on the same day and credited their long lives to “laughter” and porridge. as the keys to a long life.

BRITAIN’S OLDEST MEN (110) Robert Weighton and Alf Smith, born on 29 March 1908, have celebrated their 110th birthdays on the same day and credited their long lives to “laughter” and porridge. as the keys to a long life.

The two supercentenarians have never met in real life but have exchanged birthday cards for the last few years and both lived through two World Wars and 29 general elections, in Britain. ore news to follow. By Sibusiso Ngwenya Photo-Sky-Alfred Smith, left, and Robert Weighton who celebrated their 110th birthdays on 29 March 2018.

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BRITAIN HAS RAISED on the spot littering fines from £80 to £150 as the drive to maintain clean streets continues.

BRITAIN HAS RAISED on the spot littering fines from £80 to £150 as the drive to maintain clean streets continues.

Britain has raised on the spot littering fines from £80 to £150 as the drive to maintain clean streets continues. The heavy fine for littering and grafitti is welcome by the public who view the hefty fine as a powerful message to those who throw litter around. It is now also good that authorities do not need to prove who, in a vehicle has throw out litter through a vehicle window, as long as they can…

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ACCIDENT: THIRTY FIVE PASSENGERS INJURED AND ONE KILLED AS SOUTH AFRICA BOUND BUS OVERTURNED 8km out of Chinhoyi along the Chinhoyi – Chegutu road.

ACCIDENT: THIRTY FIVE PASSENGERS INJURED AND ONE KILLED AS SOUTH AFRICA BOUND BUS OVERTURNED 8km out of Chinhoyi along the Chinhoyi – Chegutu road.

Any public holiday is usually atime of pain and sorrow for Zimbabwe because of the horrors from endless road crashes. WE are into the 2018 Easter time and a South African bound bus, Juldan Motors bus has collided with a commuter omnibus which made a sudden u-turn, in front of the bus, 8 km out of Chinhoyi along the Chinhoyi-Chegutu road.   The Kombi driver clearly failed to check his mirrors for following traffic and…

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