Is Bona Mugabe Pregnant?

Is Bona Mugabe Pregnant?

This week , Zimbabwe ‘ s president Robert Mugabe was  launching Tanzania ‘s president Julies Nyerere ‘ book of collections of his speeches at a function  that was attended by his daughter, wife to pilot Simba Chikore, Bona Mugabe in what appeared to be maternity wear covering a bulge which certainly looked like a ‘First Grandchild’ on the way. The nation may have some time to wait before the truth is out as officials would…

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Mambo Trust Opposed To New Ndebele King Installation ‘Because 90% Of Matebeleland People Are Either Rozvi Or Lozwi’

THE recently registered Mambo Trust says it is opposed to the installation of a new Ndebele king, which is expected to be done within the next 12 months. The new group, advocating for the Mambo dynasty, says it will not allow a king to be installed without its involvement and concurrence. Mike Moyo, chairperson of the Mambo Trust, said they were not amused by Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko’s recent comments, supporting the Khumalo clan’s desire to…

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11 Million Eastern & Southern Africa Children Face Hunger, Disease, & Water Shortages, Because Of Worst El Nino Weather In Decades,

11 Million Eastern & Southern Africa  Children Face Hunger, Disease, & Water Shortages, Because Of  Worst El Nino Weather  In Decades,

AT least 11 million children in eastern and southern Africa face hunger, disease, and water shortages as a result of the strongest El Nino weather phenomenon in decades, the United Nations children’s fund said. Severe drought and floods are causing malnutrition and increasing children’s vulnerability to killer diseases such as malaria, diarrhoea, cholera, and dengue fever, Unicef said on Tuesday. “The consequences could ripple through generations unless affected communities receive support,” it said in a…

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MPs Alarmed By Rise In Beggars, Street Kids, Mothers, Fathers , Youths & Prostitution

MEMBERS of Parliament have expressed concern over the alleged increase in prostitution both in urban and rural areas. In a motion before the National Assembly, the lawmakers said they were concerned by the increasing number of “beggars, street kids, street mothers, fathers and youths” at road intersections and pavements in urban areas. They also said they were disturbed by the wanton abuse of alcohol and other intoxicants by the younger generation. The motion, which is…

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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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