‘ Harare Municipal Police, Arrest National Vendors’ Union Of Zimbabwe Director Samuel Wadzai’

‘ Harare Municipal Police, Arrest National Vendors’ Union Of Zimbabwe Director Samuel Wadzai’

National Vendors’ Union of Zimbabwe director Samuel Wadzai is reported to have arrested by Harare Municipal police after vendors demonstrated at Town House this morning  over confiscated goods, Bulawayo24.com has learnt. Last week, a least 27 informal traders were arrested while six were seriously injured when Harare municipal police fought running battles with street vendors as the bitter war to clean up the capital’s streets escalated. The vendors were refusing to move from the central…

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People Anger Over Itai Dzamara’s Abduction, Is A Bond For Mugabe’s Opponents

People Anger  Over Itai Dzamara’s Abduction, Is  A Bond For  Mugabe’s Opponents

Abducted journalist-turned-human rights activist Itai Dzamara’s continued disappearance is acting as a catalyst for unity among President Robert Mugabe’s political opponents, as they say his government has destroyed all the gains of the country’s liberation struggle against white minority rule. The rising demands for the government to either release or find Dzamara – who went missing after staging sit-ins agitating for the resignation of Mugabe – are broadening into a concerted national fury that is…

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‘2Pretoria-Bound Zimbabwean Women , Reportedly Abducted & Burnt To Death’

‘2Pretoria-Bound Zimbabwean Women , Reportedly Abducted   & Burnt To Death’

Zimbabwean women abducted, burnt to death in South Africa TWO Pretoria-bound Zimbabwean women were reportedly abducted and burnt to death after the commuter omnibus they boarded at Musina near Beitbridge Border Post last month was intercepted by unidentified criminals who later demanded an undisclosed amount as ransom from the deceased’s husbands in South Africa. The deceased – named as Esther Mwinde and Olga Gwena, both from Kariba – were last seen on June 10 as…

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Global Finance Magazine Ranks, Zimbabwe, Second Worst World’s Poorest Country.

Global Finance Magazine Ranks, Zimbabwe,  Second  Worst World’s Poorest Country.

A GLOBAL business magazine has ranked Zimbabwe one of the two poorest countries in the world in a damning verdict of President Robert Mugabe’s 35-year-rule. On taking over power at independence in 1980, Mugabe was told by President Samora Machel of Mozambique and President Julius Nyerere of Tanzania that; “You have the jewel of Africa in your hands.” “Now look after it,” Nyerere and Samora added. 35 years later, Mugabe now in the twilight of…

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Six White Commercial Farmers Recommended By Masvingo Leadership For Farm Offer Letters

Six White Commercial Farmers Recommended By Masvingo Leadership For  Farm Offer Letters

At least six white commercial farmers have been recommended by the Masvingo provincial leadership to get offer letters under the model A2 scheme across the province after their operations were considered to be of strategic economic importance. Masvingo Provincial Affairs Minister Senator Shuvai Mahofa, who chairs the provincial lands committee, has since signed a schedule with names of the six white farmers to be issued with offer letters. The offer letters will be signed by…

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‘Young People Must Stop Blaming Gvt, For Their Economic Challenges ‘- Philip Chiyangwa

‘Young People Must Stop Blaming Gvt, For Their Economic Challenges ‘- Philip Chiyangwa

Business man Philip Chiyangwa has said that young people in Zimbabwe must stop blaming the government for the economic challenges that they are experiencing.He said this whilst responding to a question asked by Zororo Makamba, where he appeared as a guest on the TV show, Tonight with Zororo.”How many educated people are around with degrees and what are they doing? Some of these things, you will just be blaming the government simply because you failed…

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Details About The Late Ret Gen Solomon Mujurus ‘Obscene Wealth Revealed’

Details About  The Late  Ret Gen Solomon Mujurus ‘Obscene Wealth Revealed’

Details of the late Retired General Solomon Mujuru’s vast empire have started emerging despite concerted efforts by his widow, former Vice President Joice Mujuru, to conceal the riches. Documents show that Rtd Gen Mujuru ranked among the richest people in the country. He had 100 percent shareholding in such companies as Kalmic Investments (Pvt) Ltd, Maidei Kumbirai (Pvt) Ltd, Rylance Farms, Tapfumaneyi Holdings, J and H Enterprises (Pvt) Ltd, Oriel Pharmacy (Pvt) Ltd and a…

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‘MP Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga ‘Allegedly Assaulted, Late Brother’s Wife At Funeral Parlour’

‘MP Priscilla  Misihairabwi-Mushonga ‘Allegedly Assaulted, Late Brother’s Wife At Funeral Parlour’

UMZINGWANE Member of Parliament and ardent women’s rights defender, Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga allegedly teamed up with her sister to assault her late brother’s wife during a wake at a funeral parlour in Bulawayo. Witnesses said Misihairabwi-Mushonga and her sister Sindisiwe Nkiwane beat up Irene Matekenya, 26, during the body viewing of her late husband Privilege Matekenya, 29. Family members said Privilege committed suicide by throwing himself in front of a train in Mahatshula suburb on Sunday…

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A Broke Zanu PF Govt To splash Out Over $1.1 million Purchasing Vehicles For New MPs

A Broke Zanu PF Govt To splash Out Over $1.1 million  Purchasing Vehicles For New MPs

THE government will splash over $1 million in buying all-terrain vehicles for newly elected National Assembly members who got into Parliament through by-elections. This comes as 290 members of the Eighth Parliament who received all-terrain Ford Ranger vehicles worth $35,000 each, are yet to start repaying the loans. At least 30 new legislators will require the new vehicles this year after their entry into Parliament precipitated by the recalling of 21 legislators from the august…

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Musician Oliver Mtukudzi Ventures Into Fashion

Musician Oliver Mtukudzi Ventures Into Fashion

Oliver Mtukudzi is set to make his debut on the fashion scene by showcase some of his designer stage outfits. Mtukudzi would be participating at this year’s Zimbabwe Fashion Week (ZFW) that runs from September 3-6. He will display selected outfits from his music career spanning from 1978 to 2014. Said Mtukudzi: “Zimbabwe Fashion Week is our own, it is a home-grown platform at which we should shine and showcase our true creativity with pride….

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