‘ZIMBABWE’S academic certificates now for bond notes and toilet paper under militarised Mnangagwa Zanu pf regime’ Wake up Zimbabwe!-Sibusiso Ngwenya

‘ZIMBABWE’S academic certificates now for bond notes and toilet paper under militarised Mnangagwa Zanu pf regime’ Wake up Zimbabwe!-Sibusiso Ngwenya

‘ZIMBABWE’S academic certificates now for bond notes and toilet paper under militarised Mnangagwa Zanu pf regime’ Wake up Zimbabwe!-Sibusiso Ngwenya   ABOUT 28 victims of torture by State security agents were on Monday morning arrested from a safe house in Harare from where they were receiving treatment and are today expected to appear in court for public violence.   According to the victims’ lawyer Kudzayi Kadzere from the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR), the…

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MDC-ALLIANCE ACTIVISTS AND CIVIL SOCIETY PARTNERS HAVE fled to South Africa for safety.

MDC-ALLIANCE ACTIVISTS AND CIVIL SOCIETY PARTNERS HAVE fled to South Africa for safety.

Civil society leaders who include Mr Rashid Mahiya, the chairperson of Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition, Mr Thabani Moyo, the director of Media Institute of Southern Africa, MDC Alliance MP for Harare North Joana Mamombe, Calvin Kobiri of Zimbabwe Doctors for Human Rights and director of Combined Harare Residents Association Mr Mfundo Mlilo among others are being hosted in the neighbouring country by Amnesty International, an anti-Government entity.   Others who fled the arrests include Tineyi…

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‘ Zimbabwe, Sudan and DRC were supposed to fall within a week as part of United States’ aggressive plan against Africa’.   George Charamba

‘ Zimbabwe, Sudan and DRC were supposed to fall within a week as part of United States’ aggressive plan against Africa’.   George Charamba

THE recent demonstrations in the country were not a local affair but a way by Western countries to camouflage their goals on Zimbabwe and the African continent in general, Presidential spokesperson Mr George Charamba said yesterday.   THE recent demonstrations in the country were not a local affair but a way by Western countries to camouflage their goals on Zimbabwe and the African continent in general, Presidential spokesperson Mr George Charamba said yesterday.   It…

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MDC-Alliance organising secretary Amos Chibaya has joined his fellow lawmaker from Chiwundura Livingstone Chiminya in remand prison

MDC-Alliance organising secretary Amos Chibaya has joined his fellow lawmaker from Chiwundura Livingstone Chiminya in remand prison

MDC-Alliance organising secretary Amos Chibaya has joined his fellow lawmaker from Chiwundura Livingstone Chiminya in remand prison after he was remanded in custody to next week to allow police to locate two missing State witnesses. Chibaya, who is the MP for Mkoba, yesterday appeared before Provincial Magistrate Ms Charity Maphosa facing one count of incitement to commit a crime. Through his lawyer Mr Reginald Chidawanyika, Chibaya pleaded not guilty to the charge. Ms Maphosa ruled…

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 Zupco buses  start plying routes between   Bulawayo Central Business District and residential suburbs and provide affordable transport to commuters.

 Zupco buses  start plying routes between   Bulawayo Central Business District and residential suburbs and provide affordable transport to commuters.

THE Government has introduced Zupco buses to ply routes between the Bulawayo Central Business District and the city’s residential suburbs as it seeks to provide affordable transport to commuters. This comes at a time when Zupco has partnered with private bus owners in Harare to provide cheaper transport for commuters.The Deputy Minister of Transport and Infrastructural Development, Advocate Fortune Chasi, yesterday said while a few Zupco buses have been introduced in Bulawayo, the Government is…

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UK TIME PARTY LEADER Robert Kimbell has urged the British government to suspend its foreign aid to Zimbabwe until self-governance is restored, following violent protests that took place in the country last week.

UK TIME PARTY LEADER Robert Kimbell has urged the British government to suspend its foreign aid to Zimbabwe until self-governance is restored, following violent protests that took place in the country last week.

UK TIME PARTY LEADER Robert Kimbell has urged the British government to suspend its foreign aid to Zimbabwe until self-governance is restored, following violent protests that took place in the country last week. “End all bilateral UK foreign aid to Zimbabwe with immediate effect. Prohibit entry by any minister or agent of the Zimbabwean government. Withdraw UK support for the re-entry of Zimbabwe to the Commonwealth. Promise to re-instate all when the democracy resumes,” he…

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FORMER ZANU PF YOUTH LEADER, Jim Kunaka charged treason charges of subverting a constitutionally elected government following last week’s violent demonstrations in Zimbabwe.

FORMER ZANU PF YOUTH LEADER, Jim Kunaka charged treason charges of subverting a constitutionally elected government following last week’s violent demonstrations in Zimbabwe.

FORMER ZANU PF YOUTH LEADER, Jim Kunaka charged treason charges of subverting a constitutionally elected government following last week’s violent demonstrations in Zimbabwe. Kunaka who was denied bail by Harare magistrate Francis Mapfumo and will be back in court today on charges of subverting a constitutionally elected government following last week’s violent demonstrations in Zimbabwe. Kunaka is one of the 600 people who were arrested for their roles in last week’s violent demonstrations. More news…

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12 killed, 72 shot , 17 emergency life-saving operations , 12 MDC MPs arrested in  last week’s crippling strike,  welcome to Zimbabwe!

12 killed, 72 shot , 17 emergency life-saving operations , 12 MDC MPs arrested in  last week’s crippling strike,  welcome to Zimbabwe!

Dozens of MDC officials and civic society leaders have gone into hiding as there is no let up by government against pro-democracy and political activists it accuses of being part of last week’s crippling strike.   Despite the withering criticism of government by the international community, security forces were at the weekend accused of abducting relatives of opposition figures and civic society leaders – ostensibly to force them to reveal their whereabouts – although the…

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Five killed in accident along the Chinhoyi-Chegutu road early this morning  after the vehicle rolled  and threw them 20 metres from the road.

Five killed in accident along the Chinhoyi-Chegutu road early this morning  after the vehicle rolled  and threw them 20 metres from the road.

Five people were killed in a road accident some 15 km from Chinhoyi along the Chinhoyi-Chegutu road early this morning.   The five were travelling in a Toyota Wish vehicle whose driver is said to have lost control of the car before it overturned and rolled.   According to police spokesperson for Mashonaland West Inspector Clemence Mabgweazara, the accident victims’ bodies were discovered strewn at the scene of the accident by an informant.   The…

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TWELVE MDC MPs ARRESTED as army and police continue crackdown on protesters

TWELVE MDC MPs ARRESTED as army and police continue crackdown on protesters

TWELVE MDC MPs ARRESTED as army and police continue crackdown on protesters   Twelve MDC members of parliament have been arrested so far at the joint operation between the Zimbabwe Republic Police and the Zimbabwe Defense Forces continued a crackdown on MDC and civic society officials who are alleged to be behind the violent protests that rocked Zimbabwe last week Monday.   Tabitha Khumalo a Bulawayo based MDC MP is in hiding after she was…

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