‘ Prophet Walter Magaya Subpoenaed Over Deaths Of 11 People’

PROPHETIC Healing and Deliverance (PHD) founder Prophet Walter Magaya has been subpoenaed for an inquest following the death of 11 people in a stampede during his church’s all night crusade at Mbizo Stadium in Kwekwe two years ago.The 11 people who were killed in the November 24, 2014 stampede were from Kwekwe, Redcliff and Gweru. The inquest was set to commence yesterday but was postponed to February 24 after the area prosecutor handling the matter,…

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Starvation Due To Zimbabwe’s Worst Drought In 25 Years, Also South Africa’s Worst In A Century.

Starvation Due To Zimbabwe’s Worst  Drought In 25 Years, Also South Africa’s  Worst In A Century.

Rains in the drought prone Southern African region are normally expected from November with the harvest expected by March the following year. This has failed to materialise as Zimbabwe is facing its worst disaster on record over the last 25 years. Zimbabwe faces low water for people and livestock and little or no harvest leaving a total of at least 3 million people in need of food aid as they face starvation. Other people also…

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‘Zims, Must Guard Their Heritage As Tsvangirai Has A Penchant For Ex-Rhodesians,’- Mnangagwa

‘Zims, Must Guard Their Heritage As Tsvangirai Has A Penchant For Ex-Rhodesians,’- Mnangagwa

ZANU-PF secretary for legal affairs Emmerson Mnangagwa has urged Zimbabweans to jealously guard their national heritage in the face of moves by ex-Rhodesians to subvert the country by proxy. Mnangagwa, who is the senior Zanu-PF cadre in the Midlands Province  said this as he addressed 10 000 revolutionary party supporters at a rally to drum up support for Zanu-PF National Assembly candidate Justice Mayor Wadyajena  at Mutora business centre in Gokwe Nembudziya on Saturday. “Now…

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Health Service Board (HSB) Suspends Health Service Board (HSB) Leaders For Inciting Doctor Strike

Health Service Board (HSB)  Suspends Health Service Board (HSB)  Leaders For Inciting Doctor Strike

THE Health Service Board (HSB) has suspended the Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA) executive for allegedly inciting their colleagues to go on strike. Four doctors at the helm of the ZHDA have been served with suspension letters for allegedly influencing members of their union to strike between October 2014 and February 2016. ZHDA president Dr Fortune Nyamande, secretary, Dr Rusununguko Kanyongo, secretary general, Dr Gadzirai Makoni and vice-president Dr Hugh Manyere, were on Monday issued…

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Zimbabwe Needs US$1,5 Billion To Import Grain To Feed 3Million People Until March 2017

Zimbabwe Needs US$1,5 Billion To Import Grain To Feed 3Million People Until March 2017

Government requires US$1,5 billion to import grain and other related social safety nets. 1.4 million tonnes of grains are needed to feed at least three million people until March 2017.Government requires US$1,5 billion to import grain and other related social safety nets. 1.4 million tonnes of grains are needed to feed at least three million people until March 2017. The US$1.5 billion appeal from the government to domestic partners follows the declaration of the 2015-2016…

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News Flash:’Jonathan Moyo Is Ndabaningi Sithole’s Son’-Chris Mutsvanga

News Flash:’Jonathan Moyo Is Ndabaningi Sithole’s Son’-Chris Mutsvanga

A verbal war between Zanu-PF Politburo members Professor Jonathan Moyo and Christopher Mutsvangwa escalated yesterday with Mutsvangwa challenging Prof Moyo to go for a DNA test, claiming the Tsholotsho North MP was the son of the late Zanu (Ndonga) leader Reverend Ndabaningi Sithole. Mutsvangwa was addressing representatives of war veterans, ex-political detainees and restrictees during a regional stakeholder consultation workshop in Bulawayo when he fired his latest salvo at Prof Moyo, claiming the Higher and…

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Visibly Sick Ex Finance Minister ‘Chris Kuruneri’ In Parliarment With Nurse Aid

Visibly Sick Ex Finance Minister ‘Chris Kuruneri’ In Parliarment With Nurse Aid

FORMER finance minister Chris Kuruneri  today showed up in parliament  for Committee on Finance and Economic Development with assistance of a  nurse aide as he is visibly sick. @OpenParlyZW posted, “Hon. Kuruneri is visibly unwell & has come to Committee with a nurse who is supporting him when walking and is appearing lost…”. It added “That’s it for today – Kuruneri does not seem well at all, answering the wrong things etc…” The nurse aide…

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South Africa, To Deport 140 Zimbabwean Criminals Who Have Served Their Sentences

South Africa, To Deport 140 Zimbabwean Criminals Who Have Served Their Sentences

THE South African government is expected to deport this weekend 140 Zimbabweans who have finished serving various jail terms for breaking that country’s laws. It is understood that the deportees will arrive in the country in two batches of 70 each by road via Beitbridge border post in trucks under police escort.Zimbabwe’s Consul General to South Africa, Batiraishe Mukonoweshuro, said: “We’ve agreed to separate the ex-convicts from those immigrants on self-deportation to avoid unnecessary situations….

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ZIFA Bulawayo Provincial Chair Dies In Parkade Centre building, Microfinance Lending Queue

ZIFA Bulawayo Provincial Chair  Dies In Parkade Centre building, Microfinance Lending Queue

ZIFA Bulawayo provincial chairman Washington Chimanda collapsed and died while waiting to be served at a microfinance lending institution at Parkade Centre building in the city centre. According to Zifa Southern Region board member Bryton Malandule, who arrived moments after the tragic incident, Chimanda, a senior teacher at Emakhandeni Primary School, initially complained that he was not feeling well while in the queue. “I’m told seconds after complaining of dizziness, he collapsed and an ambulance…

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36 Years Later, Mugabe’s Regime Claims It Will Upgrade All Mud &Pole Structure Schools Within 5 Years

THE government has said in the next five years no school should be operating from pole and mud structures as this compromises the quality of education. The Deputy Minister of Primary and Secondary Education Professor Paul Mavhima said this on Tuesday during the commissioning of four classroom blocks at Tshayile Primary School in Bubi District. The classroom blocks were commissioned by Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko who was represented by the Minister of State in his…

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