SCOAN Reduction Of Church Services &Foreign Attraction Threatens 10 000 Hospitality Employees Jobs

SCOAN Reduction Of Church Services &Foreign Attraction Threatens 10 000 Hospitality Employees Jobs

According to a report from Nigerian newspaper, ‘The Nation’, up to 10,000 hospitality workers in the Ikotun-Egbe suburb of Lagos State are faced with imminent unemployment. The Pilgrims Hostels Operators Association of Nigeria (PHOAN) said their troubles in the region are connected to the collapse of a guest-house belonging to The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (SCOAN) last year. The chairman of the association, Prince Adekanbi Adedayo John, explained: “PHOAN is the biggest employer of…

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‘Why Zimbabweans Are Always Short Of Food’-Welshman Ncube

‘Why Zimbabweans Are Always Short Of Food’-Welshman Ncube

The  MDC President Welshman Ncube’s – Weekly On Friday commentary on national issues-Friday 10 July 2015, is this weeks about  ‘Why Zimbabweans Are Always Short of‘Food’ The phrase ‘gore rezhara’ or ‘umyaka wendlala’ – the year of famine – is familiar with most Zimbabweans of my age. Up until the late 1970s, our grandparents and parents tended to calibrate historical eras with ‘landmarks’ of years when hunger and famine were at their worst. Massive national food…

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Seven Zimbabweans killed In SA horror Collision, Nine Critically Injured

Seven Zimbabweans killed In SA horror Collision, Nine Critically Injured

Musina – Seven Zimbabweans died and nine others were critically injured in a freak accident between a taxi and truck at the Weigh Bridge traffic light in Musina Wednesday morning. It is alleged that the taxi full of passengers failed to stop at the traffic lights and crashed into a truck carrying fuel. Limpopo Department of Transport, Safety, Security and Liaison spokesperson Kagiso Mootane said: “Jaws-of-life were used to remove lifeless bodies and the injured…

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Registrar General, Says ‘Ban Contraceptives- Women Must Use Traditional Birth Control’ .???

Registrar General, Says ‘Ban Contraceptives- Women Must Use Traditional Birth Control’ .???

Tobaiwa Mudede Registrar General has warned women against using modern birth control methods, claiming they caused the birth of children with several deformities, large heads as well as obesity in women. Mudede said instead women should stick to traditional methods like tying a tree bark around their waists and to use withdrawal as a birth control method. He accused the West of promoting dangerous birth control measures to depopulate developing nations. In a presentation to…

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Senators Urge GVt To Approve Castration Of Men Engaging In Sex with under 18s

Senators Urge  GVt  To Approve Castration Of Men Engaging In Sex with under 18s

SENATORS have gone a notch higher in their quest to end child marriages by demanding that Government enacts laws that approve castration as punishment for anyone who sleeps with a child below the age of 18 years. They also insisted that parents or guardians who accept lobola from men who marry under-age children should face prosecution together with the culprits. Legislators were debating a motion by MDC-T senator for Midlands Mrs Lilian Timveous, calling for…

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‘I Was Pretending To Be Holy And Allowing Myself To Be Called Madzibaba’-Nicholas Zakaria

 SUNGURA giant Nicholas Zakaria  who failed to pitch up at Esigodini Jabula Inn night spot on Saturday surfaced in Botswana for prophet Walter Magaya crusades. Not only did Zakaria attend the crusades, he abandoned his traditional apostolic ‘Madzibaba’ tag and performed for two hours. “Let the people now know that I am no longer interested in being called Madzibaba since I am now a son of Prophet Magaya,” H-METRO reported today. “Better call me Mwana…

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Corruption: Chikurubi Rears & Slaughters Livestock- Prisoners Denied Meat (3Years)

TOP Prison officials at Chikurubi Maximum and prison farm are under fire from Commissioner General Paradzai Zimondi following reports that inmates at the institutions have gone for three years without eating meat. It has emerged that Chikurubi actually rears and slaughters cattle and pigs regularly but the meat has not been accounted for, raising fears the inmates’ share is being looted. Highly placed sources at the Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services HQ in Harare told…

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Lions Reintroduced Into Rwanda, Ever Since Being Wiped Out After 1994 genocide

Seven big cats transported from South Africa to Akagera national park, with park officials now working to reintroduce rhinos Groggy on their paws after waking from tranquillisers, lions have returned to Rwanda for the first time since the endangered animal was wiped out following the country’s 1994 genocide. The seven lions (two males and five females) were transported in a 30-hour journey from South Africa – first by air, then the final stretch by road…

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35,566 Cases, Make Zimbabwe One Of The 22 Countries With Highest Tuberculoses (TB ) Burden

35,566 Cases, Make Zimbabwe  One Of  The 22 Countries With Highest Tuberculoses (TB ) Burden

Zimbabwe is one of the 22 countries in the world with the highest burden of tuberculoses (TB), the provincial TB and Leprosy coordinator for Midlands, Bernard Sibanda has said. 35,566 cases of TB of all types were notified in Addressing people gathered for the Midlands World TB day commemorations in Lower Gweru on Thursday Sibanda said TB was the second leading cause of death and the common cause of death among people living with HIV…

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Legislators Want The Age of Marriage Consent, For Both Genders , Raised From16 To 18 years

Legislators Want The Age of Marriage  Consent, For Both Genders , Raised From16 To 18 years

Legislators in Zimbabwe want the age of marriage for both males and females raised from 16 to 18 years. Prosecutor-General Johannes Tomana has comes under attack from senators across the political divide over his recent sentiments that children as young as 12 years old could be married if they were idle. MDC-T senator for Midlands, Lilian Timveos, is steering the motion in the Upper House calling on the government to enact and enforce laws that…

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