Mugabes, ‘Wreck Bona’s Marriage’ By Pushing Her Towards Ministerial Or Diplomatic Post

Mugabes, ‘Wreck Bona’s Marriage’ By Pushing Her  Towards  Ministerial Or  Diplomatic Post

  HARARE – President Robert Mugabe’s number one child, Bona Nyepudzai’s tricky marriage to Simba Chikore, is allegedly on the brink of damage and possible collapse owing to secret plans by Mugabe and the First Lady Grace, to nudge their daughter into an influential political role in Zanu PF and government, The Telescope News reported. Speculation is now rife that Mugabe and his wife, are working to position Bona into earning a powerful political post,…

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Govt Failing To Cope With Rising Epilepsy Cases ,Begs For Help In Sourcing Drugs

HE director of Mental Health Services in the ministry of health Dorcas Sibanda Tuesday begged for support from well-wishers to assist the government source anti-epilepsy drugs. This comes at a time the government is struggling to cope with the rise in numbers of epilepsy cases in the country. At least 9 000 Zimbabweans are accessing treatment against an estimated 130 000 who need treatment. Sibanda told delegates during the Epilepsy Support Foundation (ESF) news conference…

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Mass Eviction OF ‘Zimbabweans’ From Three Berea Flats At Ridge Block Of Flats S.Africa

Mass Eviction OF ‘Zimbabweans’ From Three Berea Flats At Ridge  Block Of Flats S.Africa

Tenants of a flat in Berea who are mostly Zimbabweans were yesterday evicted from their lodgings after being accused to occupying the buildings illegally. Johannesburg Metro Police Department (JMPD) said  in Berea yesterday was closed off to traffic due to evictions that took place. It’s understood the tenants living in a block of flats called The Ridge were occupying the building illegally. The JMPD said a court order was obtained to clear three buildings in…

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153,000 Women & Child Gold Panners, Plus Mercury In Fresh Water Pollution Health Crisis

CYNTHIA Dzimbati was exhausted. Her three-month-old baby strapped to her back and panning dish in hand, she had spent the whole day working the Mutare River for not one single ounce of gold. “This is now my life. I lost my job,” said the 31-year old single mother, looking so worn out she could easily have passed for 50. “I have three children to feed.” Dzimbati poured a few drops of mercury into a bowl…

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‘Sad About Chenjerayi Hove, But It’s sick To claim Mugabe exiled him!’-Jonathan Moyo

Higher Education minister Jonathan Moyo has angrily refuted claims that President Mugabe pushed the late novelist, poet and essayist Chenjerai Hove out of the country.A fierce critic of President Robert Mugabe’s increasingly autocratic rule, Hove died of liver failure on Sunday afternoon in self-imposed exile in Norway where he had lived since the early 2000s. South Africa’s Political commentator, media entrepreneur Justice Malala twitted saying Hove was driven out of the country by Mugabe. He…

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Shurugwi Man Murders His Three Children Aged (8), (12) & (16), Before Committing Suicide

Shurugwi Man Murders His  Three Children Aged (8), (12) & (16), Before Committing Suicide

A 42-year-old man from Shurugwi murdered his three children in cold blood before committing suicide by drinking a poisonous substance.The now deceased murderer, Joakim Pound is alleged to have committed the heinous act following a domestic dispute over custody of the children after bringing another woman whom he was now staying with. Pound is said to have lured his three unsuspecting children, Nyasha (8), Armotrel (12) and Diana (16) to a nearby mine shaft at…

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‘ Harare Municipal Police, Arrest National Vendors’ Union Of Zimbabwe Director Samuel Wadzai’

‘ Harare Municipal Police, Arrest National Vendors’ Union Of Zimbabwe Director Samuel Wadzai’

National Vendors’ Union of Zimbabwe director Samuel Wadzai is reported to have arrested by Harare Municipal police after vendors demonstrated at Town House this morning  over confiscated goods, Bulawayo24.com has learnt. Last week, a least 27 informal traders were arrested while six were seriously injured when Harare municipal police fought running battles with street vendors as the bitter war to clean up the capital’s streets escalated. The vendors were refusing to move from the central…

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Global Finance Magazine Ranks, Zimbabwe, Second Worst World’s Poorest Country.

Global Finance Magazine Ranks, Zimbabwe,  Second  Worst World’s Poorest Country.

A GLOBAL business magazine has ranked Zimbabwe one of the two poorest countries in the world in a damning verdict of President Robert Mugabe’s 35-year-rule. On taking over power at independence in 1980, Mugabe was told by President Samora Machel of Mozambique and President Julius Nyerere of Tanzania that; “You have the jewel of Africa in your hands.” “Now look after it,” Nyerere and Samora added. 35 years later, Mugabe now in the twilight of…

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‘President Jacob Zuma’s Cattle Enjoy A Better Life Than Many South Africans’-Mmusi Maimane

DA’s new black leader Mmusi Maimane has lashed out at the African National Congress and President Jacob Zuma, saying under Zuma’s leadership South Africa has experienced a massive decline in living standards, News24 reported. Maimane was speaking at the Eastwood Hall in Pietermaritzburg on Saturday as he concluded a three-legged schedule which began in KwaMashu Township, Durban, moved to Howick in the Midlands before concluding in Pietermaritzburg. “What we see is that Zuma has managed…

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Marondera Hospital Doctor, ‘Justin Tonderai Msendi’, Jailed 2 Months For Child Maintenance

Marondera Hospital Doctor, ‘Justin Tonderai Msendi’, Jailed 2 Months For Child  Maintenance

A MARONDERA based medical doctor has been handed a two month jail term for neglecting to pay maintenance for his child born out of wed-lock. Justin Tonderai Msendi, a doctor at Marondera Provincial Hospital was brought to court last week, accused of defaulting payment of child support of $250 a month. In mitigation before sentence, Msendi told the court that he was not aware that he was supposed to pay the money as the magistrate…

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