‘The Late Chenjerai Hove, Was A Talented, Fearless And Principled Writer’ -MDC

‘The Late Chenjerai Hove, Was A Talented, Fearless And Principled Writer’ -MDC

MDC has expressed sadness at the untimely death of acclaimed writer Chenjerai Hove on Sundayy 12 in Norway. Born on February 9, 1956 in Mazvihwa near Zvishavane, Hove attended Kutama Mission and Marist Brothers Dete schools before studying at the University of South Africa and the University of Zimbabwe. At the time of his death Hove was living in exile as the International Writers Project fellow in residence at Brown University’s Watson Institute for International…

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Zanu-PF Mashonaland West Acting Chair ‘ Ziyambi Ziyambi’ Is Booted Out

Zanu-PF  Mashonaland West Acting Chair ‘ Ziyambi Ziyambi’ Is Booted Out

Zanu PF  people  never seem to learn the first law of survival in the despot led party, which is  simply that you never cross Grace Mugabe’s path if you want to last long in the regime. The acting provincial chairman for Mashonaland West, Ziyambi Ziyambi  has learnt this the hard way as he  was reportedly  booted on charges of  ‘dishonesty and failure  to discharge his duties as prescribed in his job description. News received shows that…

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Russian Firm ‘Glernaton’ Allegedly Mining Diamonds Along Mbembesi River For Past Two Years

Russian Firm ‘Glernaton’  Allegedly Mining Diamonds Along Mbembesi River For Past Two Years

A RUSSIAN company Glernaton is reportedly mining diamonds along Mbembesi River in Bubi, Matabeleland North for the past two years. Bubi district environmental officer Mr Sydney Muyambi confirmed  the development. “There is a Russian company called Glernaton, which comes along Mbembesi river exploring for garnet, which is a rock which forms in an area where there are diamonds. Every year they come looking for that mineral,” Mr Muyambi said. Garnet is a precious stone, but…

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How And Why Events In Greece Affect Us In Zimbabwe-By Ian Beddowes

How And Why Events In Greece Affect Us In Zimbabwe-By Ian Beddowes

The internationalized banking system began to run out of control following the deregulation of the banks round about 1980 with the coming to power of Reagan in the United States and Thatcher in the United Kingdom. Deregulation means (among many other things) that money you put into the banks for safe-keeping can be used by bankers for speculation. If they win, you gain nothing. if they lose, you lose. It furher means no limits on interest…

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Shocking News:-Baby Dumping Contributes To 50% Of Harare Sewer Plant Blockages

Shocking News:-Baby Dumping Contributes To 50% Of Harare Sewer Plant Blockages

HARARE sewer workers are coming across a dumped foetus every fortnight, Council’s waste water manager Simon Muserere has revealed. According to the Standard, Muserere said during a tour of the city’s Firle Farm sewage processing plant in Harare on Friday, that the misuse of the sewage system through acts such as baby dumping contributed to about 50% of blockages. “At least once every two weeks we come across a foetus that would have been dumped…

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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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Jabulani Sibanda, Mliswa Steal The Thunder At Dzamara Prayer Meeting

Jabulani Sibanda, Mliswa Steal The Thunder At Dzamara Prayer Meeting

Former Hurungwe MP Temba Mliswa and ex-war veterans’ leader, Jabulani Sibanda stole the thunder at the Itai Dzamara prayer meeting yesterday where loud calls for Zimbabweans to take drastic measures to end their suffering at the hands of President Robert Mugabe’s Zanu-PF government were heard. Sibanda and Mliswa got a standing ovation, particularly each time the name People First was mentioned. Ousted former vice-President Joice Mujuru and ex-Zanu PF secretary for administration snubbed the even….

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Itai Dzamara Rally: Jabulani Sibanda, And Temba Mliswa Urge Popular Action Against Mugabe

Itai Dzamara Rally: Jabulani Sibanda, And  Temba  Mliswa Urge  Popular Action Against Mugabe

We can’t continue to take pain-killers … Jabulani Sibanda addresses the crowd RELATED STORIES Tsvangirai, 100s attend Dzamara prayer rally Rise and demand Dzamara, urges Sikhala Dzamara family invites Mujuru, Tsvangirai France minister nudges govt on Dzamara Dzamara colleague eyes parliament seat Moyo likens Dzamara to UK and Syria ousted.  Zanu PF politicians Jabulani Sibanda and Temba Mliswa on Saturday made a rare damascene moment when they urged Zimbabweans to cast their fears aside and confront…

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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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‘Two Mwenezi Brothers Kill Father & Burn Hut, For Practising Witchcraft & Causing Family Misfortunes’

‘Two  Mwenezi Brothers Kill Father &  Burn Hut, For Practising Witchcraft  & Causing Family Misfortunes’

Two  Mwenezi brothers assaulted their elderly father to death and set his hut ablaze, accusing him of practicing witchcraft and unleashing misfortune on the family, a local court heard last week. Muchanyara Chikweregwe, 33, and his young brother Moses, 30, were not asked to plead when they appeared before Mwenezi magistrate Honest Masiiwa. Prosecutor Willard Chasi told the court that on June 20 this year, and at around 8pm, the brothers who had a long dispute…

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