‘How the Cold War tension between the Western World and Eastern European communist nations from soon after the second world war, (1947 to 1991), defined Zimbabwe’s doomed future from Gukurahundi genocide ‘

‘How the Cold War tension between the Western World and Eastern European communist nations from soon after the second world war, (1947 to 1991), defined Zimbabwe’s doomed future from Gukurahundi genocide ‘

‘How the Cold War tension between the Western World and Eastern European communist nations from soon after the second world war, (1947 to 1991), defined Zimbabwe’s doomed future from Gukurahundi genocide ‘   The Cold War which extended from soon after the second world war, extended from 1947 to 1991, generally defined by lengthy periods of tension between the Western World and Eastern European communist nations.   This was effectively a conflict between the United states and…

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As Minister of Information Communication Technology and Cyber Security, Supa Mandiwanzira faces corruption charges, photos of his flash cars and house have gone viral on social media

As Minister of Information Communication Technology and Cyber Security, Supa Mandiwanzira faces corruption charges, photos of his flash cars and house have gone viral on social media

ZIMBABWE’S FORMER Minister of Information Communication Technology and Cyber Security, Supa Mandiwanzira is on Mnangagwa’s corruption clean up as he faces corruption charges . Numerous shockingly flashy photos of the filthy rich minister’s cars and house have been splashed online. Zimbabweans are all questioning how the former ZBC reporter acquired so much so fast. To the Discerning eye newzimbabwe vision, I’d hazard a guess and say it is because of his connection to the now…

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Former Minister of State for Midlands Provincial Affairs and Senator for Gokwe Jason Machaya was yesterday admitted to Gweru Provincial Hospital (ICU) after he was taken ill while in detention at WhaWha Prison

Former Minister of State for Midlands Provincial Affairs and Senator for Gokwe Jason Machaya was yesterday admitted to Gweru Provincial Hospital  (ICU) after he was taken ill while in detention at WhaWha Prison

Former Minister of State for Midlands Provincial Affairs and Senator for Gokwe Jason Machaya was yesterday admitted to Gweru Provincial Hospital  (ICU) after he was taken ill while in detention at WhaWha Prison   Mr Machaya, who has been in remand prison since Christmas Eve, is being accused of abuse of office during his tenure as the provincial minister.   He was recently transferred from Gokwe Prison to WhaWha Maximum Prison and was due to assist police…

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Gumbo, a Mnangagwa favourite, ordered the Caaz to award a US$33,3 million tender to Indra Sistemas and Homt Espana SA for the finance, supply and installation of an airspace management system without going to tender

Gumbo, a Mnangagwa favourite, ordered the Caaz to award a US$33,3 million tender to Indra Sistemas and Homt Espana SA for the finance, supply and installation of an airspace management system without going to tender

Gumbo, a Mnangagwa favourite, ordered the Caaz to award a US$33,3 million tender to Indra Sistemas and Homt Espana SA for the finance, supply and installation of an airspace management system without going to tender as required by law in Zimbabwe. MINISTER JORAM GUMBO, a Mnangagwa favourite, actually ordered the Caaz to award a US$33,3 million project tender to Indra Sistemas and Homt Espana SA for the finance, supply and installation of an airspace management…

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Zanu PF women’s league boss Marble Chinomona said she survived a heart attack after being accused of being part of the infamous Tsholotsho Declaration coup against former President Robert Mugabe 12 years ago

Zanu PF women’s league boss Marble Chinomona said she survived a heart attack after being accused of being part of the infamous Tsholotsho Declaration  coup against former President Robert Mugabe 12 years ago

NEWLY-APPOINTED Zanu PF women’s league boss Marble Chinomona said she survived a heart attack after being accused of being part of the infamous Tsholotsho Declaration which was allegedly aimed at staging a coup against former President Robert Mugabe 12 years ago. The Zanu PF women’s league boss Marble Chinomona, also Mutoko North MP, was saved by financial assistance she received from Health and Child Care minister David Parirenyatwa and former provincial chairperson, Grace Mugabe’s cousin Ray…

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(CEO) of Surrey-based, FTSE 100 firm Compass Group ‘largest food service company in the world’ – killed in sea plane crash near Cowan suburb 30 miles (50km) north of Sydney, Australia.

(CEO) of Surrey-based, FTSE 100 firm Compass Group ‘largest food service company in the world’ – killed in sea plane crash near Cowan suburb 30 miles (50km) north of Sydney, Australia.

Mr  Richard Cousins (58)  who took over at Compass in 2006  and whose family are from Tooting south-west London, was killed along with Emma Bowden, 48, her 11-year-old daughter Heather, and his sons, William, 25, and Edward, 23 after the single-engine DHC-2 Beaver Seaplane crashed into the Hawkesbury River, near Cowan suburb 30 miles (50km) north of Sydney. Cousins was the (CEO) of the  Surrey-based, FTSE 100 firm Compass Group  thought to be the ‘largest…

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Cairo Criminal Court convicted former president Mohamed Morsi of defaming the judiciary in a speech he made while in office “with the aim of spreading hate,” and sentenced him and 19 others to three years in prison

Cairo Criminal Court convicted  former president Mohamed Morsi of defaming the judiciary in a speech he made while in office “with the aim of spreading hate,”  and sentenced him and 19 others to three years in prison

An Egyptian court has sentenced former president Mohamed Morsi and 19 others to three years in prison on charges of insulting the judiciary. Morsi, democratically elected after Egypt’s 2011 revolution, was deposed following mass protests and a military coup in July 2013. He served just one year of a four-year term, while the organisation to which he belonged, the Muslim Brotherhood, has since been outlawed. A government crackdown on the movement, as well as other…

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SOUTH AFRICA COLOURED girl, Dineo Gwendoline, 22 a student says she has been abandoned by Grace Mugabe’s son Russell Goreraza after falling pregnant.

SOUTH AFRICA COLOURED girl, Dineo Gwendoline, 22 a student says she has been abandoned by Grace Mugabe’s son Russell Goreraza after falling pregnant.

It appears Grace Mugabe, personally has brought up her kids to look down upon coloured girls as now a coloured South African student Dineo Gwendoline, 22, reportedly says that she was abandoned by Grace Mugabe’s, Russell Goreraza after falling pregnant.   She says she wanted an abortion but changed her mind after multi millionaire Russel Goreraza failed to stump up the money .   33 year old Russel Goreraza is no stranger to the media….

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This is a great moment! A new zimbabwe vision is on the horizon as several tanks have been rolling into Harare in a clear show of force that enough is enough, after Gen Chiwenga’s warning over the chaos

This is a great moment! A new zimbabwe vision is on the horizon as several tanks have been rolling into Harare in a clear show of force that enough is enough,  after Gen Chiwenga’s warning over the chaos

ZANU PF HAS A HUGE ADVANTAGE , with huge billboards and banners of Mnangagwa on buildings, across the country, imported hundreds of new vehicles, a US$200 million war chest along with receiving US$6m from Zimbabwe’s treasury   The problem that we as Zimbabweans have, is that , as educated as the majority are, we are a most complacent and gullible people, which is why it took 37 years of oppression by Mugabe to realise that…

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‘Returning diasporans will resolve Zimbabwe crisis’-False…remember 2008! Wake up, Zimbabwe!-An Yue jiang Chinese Ship with weapons from China to Zimbabwe

‘Returning diasporans will resolve Zimbabwe crisis’-False…remember 2008! Wake up, Zimbabwe!-An Yue jiang Chinese Ship with weapons from China to Zimbabwe

We all remember that in March 2008, Zimbabwe experience a tumultous time, because of unprecedented electoral violence before and post the 29 March 2008 general election. Mugabe, Zanu PF stalwarts and securocrats had lost relevance because of the continued suffering and hunger across Zimbabwe and the people were clearly hungry for a change of power due to economic situation. General elections were held in Zimbabwe on 29 March 2008 to elect the President and Parliament….

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