‘BOEING SUCKED INTO controversial ‘Simbabwe Airways’ saga in which Simba Chikore (alias Mutsahuni), prejudiced the country of huge amounts of money between 2017 and 2018′.

‘BOEING SUCKED INTO controversial ‘Simbabwe Airways’ saga in which Simba Chikore (alias Mutsahuni),  prejudiced the country of huge amounts of money between 2017 and 2018′.

The world’s largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of aircraft and other equipment — Boeing — has been sucked into the Zimbabwe Airways saga where the son-in-law of former president Robert Mugabe, Simba Chikore (alias Mutsahuni), was involved in massive corruption that prejudiced the country of huge amounts of money between 2017 and 2018.America’s biggest manufacturing exporter, Boeing, which also offers defence, space and security systems, and is a service provider of aftermarket support as…

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2 rescued, 2 dead, one missing, several injured at St Charles Lwanga Seminary Secondary in Chimanimani in rock fall on dormitory.

2 rescued, 2 dead, one missing, several injured at St Charles Lwanga Seminary Secondary in Chimanimani in rock fall on dormitory. Reports from St Charles Lwanga Seminary Secondary in Chimanimani have confirmed that 4 students were trapped after a rock collapsed a dormitory. 1 was successfully rescued, 2 bodies were retrieved, and one is still missing. Several were injured.Airforce Helicopters have been dispatched to aid the rescue mission at the school and surrounding areas but…

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MWONZORA IS NOT A Zanu-PF project, says human rights lawyer, David Coltart

MWONZORA IS NOT A Zanu-PF project, says human rights lawyer, David Coltart

FOUNDING MDC member and human rights lawyer, David Coltart has dismissed claims by rival groups in the opposition, that former Nyanga North MP Douglas Mwonzora, is being funded by Zanu-PF to challenge party leader Nelson Chamisa, at the upcoming congress in May.Mwonzora the MDC Manicaland Senator, has reportedly confided in those close to him that he is readying himself to challenge for the biggest political job in Zimbabwe’s opposition pitting his wits against Chamisa. However…

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KASUKUWERE warns Mnangagwa, this monopoly and idiocy shall be challenged. With or without, 2023 is coming.Tatamba zvakwana!”

KASUKUWERE warns Mnangagwa, this monopoly and idiocy shall be challenged. With or without, 2023 is coming.Tatamba zvakwana!”

KASUKUWERE warns Mnangagwa, this monopoly and idiocy shall be challenged. With or without, 2023 is coming.Tatamba zvakwana!”Former Politiburo member and Cabinet Minister Saviour Kasukuwere has fired shots against the President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government over his continued arrest. Former Politiburo member and Cabinet Minister Saviour Kasukuwere has fired shots against the President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government over his continued arrest. On Thursday the State Media revealed that Kasukuwere’s properties might be attached by the Deputy Sheriff if…

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BULAWAYO woman ties up daughter (11) and burns her with boiling water for cooking supper, late

BULAWAYO woman ties up daughter (11) and burns her with boiling water for cooking supper, late

A 46-YEAR-OLD woman from Bulawayo allegedly tied up her 11 year old daughter and poured boiling water on her hands and feet as punishment for failing to cook supper on time. Sithweleni Ngwenya of Pumula South suburb allegedly lost her temper after finding the minor playing with friends around 7pm instead of cooking. Ngwenya told Western Commonage magistrate Ms Tancy Dube that she did not know what happened to her daughter, she was surprised to…

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Four in custody, after at least 40 people were shot dead in New Zealand mosque terror attacks -Police have warned there could be other attackers at large.

One of the arrested suspects is Australian, Australian prime minister Scott Morrison confirmed. It is unclear exactly how many people have been injuredIt is unclear exactly how many people have been injured Footage on social media appeared to show a gunman live-streaming as he entered a mosque with his weapon drawn. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said 40 people were killed and more than 20 were seriously injured. She said the country had been placed on…

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MINISTER ADMITS FUEL QUEUES AND SHORTAGES are because of forex shortages and resale of fuel to neigbouring countries.

MINISTER ADMITS FUEL QUEUES AND SHORTAGES are because of forex shortages and resale of fuel to neigbouring countries. Zimbabwe could be losing millions of litres of fuel to neighbouring countries under its bonded warehouse scheme because the government is failing to mobilise foreign currency to pay for the commodity on time.Business Times can report that fuel being stored at the Msasa storage facility is being bought by regional countries, which have huge forex reserves and…

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LATE GUKURAHUNDI BRIG MUNEMO’S SON Mutumanje says he is Karanga and an ardent supporter of Mnangagwa although he sold out to Chamisa also

LATE GUKURAHUNDI BRIG  MUNEMO’S SON  Mutumanje says he is Karanga and an ardent supporter of Mnangagwa although he sold out to Chamisa also

LATE GUKURAHUNDI BRIGADIER MUNEMO’S SON Self-styled communications strategist William Mutumanje says he is Karanga and an ardent supporter of President Emmerson Mnangagwa although he is sold out to Chamisa also. Brigadier General Munemo,was the Director General Civil Military Relations at the Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF) headquarters in Harare Zimbabwe. Mutumanje cleared the air after reports said he is now supporting Chamisa based on his social media statements critiquing the government of President Emmerson Mnangagwa. During the…

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(POSA) compels organisers of demonstrations to compensate victims for loss of property and lives; Justice minister Ziyambi Ziyambi

(POSA) compels organisers of demonstrations to compensate  victims for loss of property and lives; Justice minister Ziyambi Ziyambi

JUSTICE minister Ziyambi Ziyambi yesterday told Parliament that the Public Order Security Act (Posa) compels organisers of demonstrations to compensate for the loss of property and lives.His charges followed pressure on government to show remorse over the August 1, 2018 and the mid-January killings of protesters by soldiers.Ziyambi also admitted that President Emmerson Mnangagwa was supposed to inform Parliament promptly after deploying soldiers who brutally crushed last year’s August 1 post-elections violence, which left six…

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DOCTOR Azza Mashumba, Head of paediatrics division Parirenyatwa Grp of Hospitals in tears over stillbirths and disabled babies outputs

DOCTOR Azza Mashumba, Head of paediatrics division Parirenyatwa Grp of Hospitals in tears over  stillbirths and disabled babies outputs

https://youtu.be/kPsHSV1Wpe0WATCH DOCTOR Azza Mashumba, Head of paediatrics division Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals in tears over stillbirths and disabled babies outputsPEOPLE are dying from treatable diseases at government hospitals owing to the shortage of basic medical equipment, medicines and other accessories, senior doctors have said as shocking details over the deteriorating conditions in public health institutions emerged yesterday.In a no-holds-barred meeting with Health minister Obadiah Moyo, senior doctors at public health institutions said they did not…

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