BULAWAYO residents fight BronCleer, Diazepam and marijuana, and other drug dealers who are ruining lives of youths in the city.

BULAWAYO residents fight BronCleer, Diazepam and marijuana, and other drug dealers who are ruining lives of youths in the city.

BULAWAYO residents fight BronCleer, Diazepam and marijuana, and other drug dealers who are ruining lives of youths in the city.   Residents and civic society groups in Bulawayo recently marched to known drug dealers’ houses in Entumbane and Mpopoma before marching to Entumbane Police Station where they demanded the arrest of the suspects.   The drug lords are peddling BronCleer, Diazepam and marijuana, among other narcotics.   “The drug dealers have reportedly been arrested, but…

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MUGABE clan at Zero Farm, through Land Reform threaten to occupy the adjacent Great Zimbabwe monument which  they lay historical claim to

MUGABE clan at Zero Farm, through Land Reform threaten to occupy the adjacent Great Zimbabwe monument which  they lay historical claim to Earlier this month, government served the villagers, most of whom belong to the Mugabe clan of moyo totem which lays historical claim to the world-famous monuments, with eviction notices, saying they irregularly settled at the farm. In the notices, dated January 08 2019, the government instructs villagers to leave the farm within seven days, claiming…

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BOY (3) WHO WENT MISSING in woods for two days says he was was protected by a bear

A three-year-old boy who went missing in the woods for two days says he was protected by a bear.   Casey Hathaway spent two nights alone in freezing conditions after disappearing from his grandmother’s garden in Ernul, North Carolina on Tuesday.   He was found tangled in thorny bushes last Thursday evening. He was wet and cold but safe, after he went missing.   The boy told his family he had been looked after by…

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‘PRESIDENT MNANGAGWA mourns his sister Gogo Rushwaya (72) ‘

‘PRESIDENT MNANGAGWA mourns his sister Gogo Rushwaya (72) ‘

President Mnangagwa was reportedly Gogo Rushwaya’s brother.The funeral wake was attended by the all powerful delegation of Secretary for Defence and War Veterans Affairs Mr Martin Rushwaya, Vice Presidents Constantino Chiwenga and Kembo Mohadi, President Mnangagwa and Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet Dr Misheck Sibanda, service chiefs and other high-ranking Government officials, because Gogo Mary Rushwaya (72) was mother to Secretary for Defence and War Veterans Affairs Mr Martin Rushwaya. Ms Henrietta Rushwaya…

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Minister Mutodi says Zimbabweans reeling from fuel hikes must use ‘Bulawayo specials’  commonly known as bicycles.

Minister Mutodi says Zimbabweans reeling from fuel hikes must use ‘Bulawayo specials’  commonly known as bicycles.

Minister Mutodi says Zimbabweans reeling from fuel hikes must use ‘Bulawayo specials’  commonly known as bicycles. ’Outspoken Information deputy minister Energy Mutodi has told Zimbabweans reeling under the burden of fuel hikes to ‘use bicycles.’ Commenting on his twitter handle on Sunday following threats of protests by the youth wing of the opposition MDC party, the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions and activists Tajamuka, Mutodi said the “clever” buy fuel savers  or use bicycles. “Faced…

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‘SEVERAL DEAD: WANDERER MINE IN SHURUGWI collapsed and engulfed a road and the foot of a nearby mountain-Police fear thousands of fortune hunters may be trapped underground’

‘SEVERAL DEAD: WANDERER MINE IN SHURUGWI collapsed and engulfed a road and the foot of a nearby mountain-Police fear thousands of fortune hunters may be trapped underground’

‘SEVERAL DEAD: WANDERER MINE IN SHURUGWI collapsed and engulfed a road and the foot of a nearby mountain-Police fear thousands of fortune hunters may be trapped underground’ Several illegal gold panners are feared dead after the collapse of a mine shaft at Wanderer Mine in Shurugwi.   The number of people trapped inside is not known but police and experts are on the ground carrying out investigations.   It is a treasure trove of gold and…

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-Happy Christmas-‘HARARE CENTRAL PRISON OFFICERS stole two tonnes of sugar and food items meant for the inmates at the ‘Death  Camp’ last week (ZPCS) Commissioner General Retired Major Gen Zimondi

-Happy Christmas-‘HARARE CENTRAL PRISON OFFICERS stole two tonnes of sugar and food items meant for the inmates at the ‘Death  Camp’ last week (ZPCS) Commissioner General Retired Major Gen Zimondi

-Happy Christmas-‘HARARE CENTRAL PRISON OFFICERS stole two tonnes of sugar and food items meant for the inmates at the ‘Death  Camp’ last week (ZPCS) Commissioner General Retired Major Gen Zimondi   Investigations are underway following the disappearance of two tonnes of sugar and other food items from Harare Central Prison meant for the inmates last week.   This was revealed by the Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services (ZPCS) Commissioner General Retired Major General Paradzai Zimondi…

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United States Agency for International Development has warned in a food security report that ‘Zimbabwe faces the prospect of a 2018/19 season, drought with poor  crop and livestock production ‘

United States Agency for International Development has warned in a food security report that ‘Zimbabwe faces the prospect of a 2018/19 season, drought with poor  crop and livestock production ‘

 ZIMBABWE’S crop and livestock production will be negatively affected by delays in rainfall being experienced in the 2018/19 season, a food security report by the United States Agency for International Development has warned.   The report, titled Zimbabwe Food Security Outlook (December 2018 to May 2019), notes that low rainfall will increase the national maize deficit to below-average for the 2018-19 marketing season to March 2019.   “The start of the 2018-19 rainfall season has…

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The US will officially open its US$292 million embassy campus on 10 January 2019 and start operating from the site on January 21

The US will officially open its US$292 million embassy campus on 10 January  2019 and start operating from the site on January 21

The US will officially open its US$292 million embassy campus on 10 January 2019 and start operating from the site on January 21.   It sits on 116-acre site in Bluffhill and will accommodate over 350 embassy staff. The campus is self-sustainable with its own water source and power generation as well as solar power.   The multi-building campus includes a chancery building, support services annex, warehouse, utility building, the Marine Security Guard Residence and…

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