Missing Child (3) From Chief Njelele, Gokwe South, Found Dead,With No Toungue

Missing Child (3) From Chief Njelele, Gokwe South, Found Dead,With No Toungue

A THREE-year-old boy from Chief Njelele’s area in Gokwe South who was recently reported missing was found dead last week in Mapfungautsi Forest with missing body parts, raising suspicion that he could have been a victim of a ritual murder. Two weeks ago, the child was reported missing with traditional leaders attributing his mysterious disappearance to the invasion of a “sacred” forest by illegal settlers who had stayed put despite efforts to evict them. Chief…

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80 Of 108 Boarders, Flee Ellis Robins Boys High , Hostels, In Harare Over ‘Major Satanism Scare’

80 Of 108 Boarders, Flee  Ellis Robins Boys High , Hostels, In Harare Over ‘Major Satanism Scare’

Students at Ellis Robins Boys High School in Harare said that strange occult-related incidents were happening at the school, disrupting classed and learning processes. According to some of the student, the first signs of the occult appeared when students experienced weird nightmares and blood was also seen in one of the bathtubs at the school. Gripped by fear, a number of students vacated the hostels, with just a few remaining due to bus fare challenges….

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New Human Species (HOMO NALEDI) Discovered In Cradle of Humanity World Heritage Site, ‘SA’

New Human Species (HOMO NALEDI) Discovered In Cradle of Humanity World Heritage Site, ‘SA’

Two years after they were tipped off by cavers plumbing the depths of the limestone tunnels in the Rising Star Cave outside Johannesburg, Berger and his team have discovered what they say is a new addition to our family tree. The team is calling this new species of human relative “Homo naledi,” and they say it appears to have buried its dead — a behavior scientists previously thought was limited to humans. Berger’s team came…

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Victoria Falls, Fuel stations, Lament Cheaply Priced Black Market Fuel Flooding Streets

About 10 service stations in the resort town sell fuel at between $1.28 and $1.32 per litre of diesel while petrol is being sold at between $1.44 and $1.50 per litre. The illegal fuel dealers in Victoria Falls are charging $7 for five litres of petrol and motorists prefer to buy from the black market. The illegal dealers procure the commodity from Kasane in Botswana and Livingstone in Zambia where a litre of petrol costs…

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Takeover Of Blue Ribbon Industries By Tanzanian Industrial Conglomerate, Bakhresa Group, Approved

BLUE Ribbon Industries (BRI) creditors on Wednesday approved the takeover of the company by a Tanzanian industrial conglomerate, Bakhresa Group, a move that would revive the food processor. BRI judicial manager Reggie Saruchera said bureaucracy resulted in Bakhresa taking over the company this year although there were local investors who were interested, but lacked capacity. “We waited for three and half years and we were looking for serious investors because BRI required real money for…

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Bulawayo Police Arrest 57 Youths At Vuzu (Sex/Drug/ Alcohol) Party In Lochview Suburb

POLICE in Bulawayo arrested 57 youths, while scores more escaped by scaling a precast wall during a midnight raid at a vuzu party in Lochview suburb. The vuzu party craze is sweeping across the city, with children indulging in marathon unprotected sex sessions and substance abuse at the shindigs. The youths, aged between 13 and 32 from different parts of Bulawayo were reportedly invited to the vuzu party to celebrate a friend’s 22nd birthday. The…

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38Girls Die In Accident On Way To King Mswati III, Virgin Wife Choosing Reed Dance ‘Umhlanga’

38Girls Die In Accident On Way To King Mswati III, Virgin Wife Choosing Reed Dance ‘Umhlanga’

A road accident in Swaziland has killed 38 girls and seriously injured 20 others who were on their way to a traditional ceremony where King Mswati III can choose a new wife, pro-democracy activists reported. The accident happened on Friday night when their open truck smashed into a car on the road between the tiny kingdom’s two main cities, Mbabane and Manzini, en route to the traditional Reed Dance. “A total of 38 young girls…

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Visiting S.African ‘King Bungane III’, Apologises For Xenophobic Attacks On Foreigners

Visiting S.African ‘King  Bungane III’, Apologises For Xenophobic Attacks On Foreigners

A SOUTH African king who is visiting Zimbabwe has apologised for the xenophobic attacks that took place in his country earlier this year, describing the attacks on foreigners as a regrettable episode in the continent’s history.  King Bungane III of the royal kingdom of Embo sent out a profound condolence message to families of the victims of the horrific attacks in isiZulu. Ironically, the attacks are reported to have been triggered by statements by another…

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DIPLOMA IN GENERAL NURSING-UNITED BULAWAYO HOSPITALS (UBH) 2016 INTAKES

DIPLOMA IN GENERAL NURSING-UNITED BULAWAYO HOSPITALS (UBH) 2016 INTAKES

5 G.C E ORDINARY LEVEL PASSES AT GRADE C OR BETTER OBTAINED IN ONE (1) or TWO (2) Sittings SUBJECTS MUST INCLUDE ENGLISH LANGUAGE A SCIENCE SUBJECT- human biology / biology / combined science / General science / Mathematics, Intergrated Science or Physical Science Three other subjects which exclude technical subjects TO APPLY: A handwritten application letter accompanied by certified copies of Academic certificates, Birth certificate and National Identity Card and Curriculum Vitae Must be…

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‘1.5m Zimbabweans, To Go Hungry By End Of 2015’- World Food Programme (WFP)

‘1.5m Zimbabweans, To Go Hungry  By  End Of 2015’- World Food Programme (WFP)

AROUND 1.5 million Zimbabweans are predicted to go hungry this year after a dramatic fall in maize production, the World Food Programme (WFP) said on Tuesday. Around 16% of the population are expected to be ‘food insecure’ at the peak of the 2015-16 lean season, the period following harvest when food stocks run especially low – a 164% increase on the previous year, the WFP said. Zimbabwe’s staple maize crop of 742,000 tons is down…

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