Polokwane Court Dismisses, Malema Racketeering, Fraud, Corruption & Money Laundering Charges

Polokwane Court Dismisses,  Malema Racketeering, Fraud, Corruption & Money Laundering Charges

A South African court has thrown out the corruption case against Julius Malema, the leader of the opposition Economic Freedom Fighters and a former leader of the ANC youth wing, and his four business associates. The judge said on Tuesday that he would rather dismiss the trial because another necessary postponement would be excessive after several previous delays, Al Jazeera’s Fahmida Miller, reporting from the South African city of Polokwane, where the trial was held, said….

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After Treason Charges Acquittal, Edmund Kudzayi, ‘Baba Jukwa’ Is Replaced As Sunday Mail Editor.

After Treason Charges Acquittal, Edmund Kudzayi,  ‘Baba Jukwa’ Is Replaced As Sunday Mail Editor.

ABOUT two months after he was acquitted on treason charges, Edmund Kudzayi, has been replaced as Sunday Mail editor. Kudzayi was thought to be the subject of President Robert Mugabe rant when he savaged then information minister Jonathan Moyo in June last year, accusing him of firing loyalist editors and replacing them with individuals who had no history with the ruling party. On Tuesday, Kudzayi did not even merit mention in the Herald report which…

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Syrian Jet ‘Bombs & Crashes Into Busy Rebel Held Market’,:27People Killed & Dozens Injured

BEIRUT, Aug 3 (Reuters) – At least 27 people were killed and dozens injured when a Syrian army fighter jet crashed into a busy marketplace in the rebel-held northwestern town of Ariha on Monday, residents and witnesses said. Most of the dead were civilians on the ground in the Idlib provincial town that fell to a coalition of Islamist insurgents in May, according to the Britain-based Observatory for Human Rights, which tracks violence across Syria….

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Zimbabwe Claim Another Lion, Killed By American, ‘Dr Jan Casimir Seski’ With A Bow And Arrow

Zimbabwe Claim Another Lion, Killed By  American,  ‘Dr Jan Casimir Seski’ With A Bow And Arrow

The illegal killing of Cecil the lion in Zimbabwe by the US dentist Walter Palmer  has exposed the scandalous trophy hunting activity by foreigners in exchange for cash to Zimbabweans keen on making a fast buck at the expense of wildlife. It is now reported by Zimbabwe’s National Parks and Wildlife Management Authority, that threatened to escalate after Zimbabwe claimed that there had been a second illegal killing of a lion by an American hunter armed…

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VP. Mphoko Sues Associated Newspapers of Zimbabwe (ANZ) US$50 Million Over Defamation

VP. Mphoko  Sues Associated Newspapers of Zimbabwe (ANZ) US$50 Million Over  Defamation

VICE President Phelekezela Mphoko has sued Associated Newspapers of Zimbabwe (ANZ), the publishers of the Daily News, over a defamatory article and is demanding $50 million compensation from the paper for libel. VP Mphoko has sued Daily News chief reporter Fungi Kwaramba; the group’s editor-in-chief, Stanley Gama; ANZ and Printco (Pvt) Ltd over a story claiming that he was “a sellout” and “enriched himself with the blood of the people of this country”. The lawsuit filed…

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Grace Mugabe Says ‘Castrate Child Sex Offenders’

Grace Mugabe Says ‘Castrate Child Sex Offenders’

The First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe has called for the castration of perpetrators of child sexual abuse as a way of deterring would-be offenders. Officially launching the African Union campaign to end child marriages Zimbabwe chapter in Harare yesterday, Amai Mugabe expressed concern over some judges who were lenient with offenders of child sexual abuse by passing light sentences such as community service or a wholly-suspended sentence.She said stiffer penalties such as castration of the offenders…

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Vascoda Mugabe’s National Airline, ‘Air Zimbabwe’, Grounded Due To Acute Fuel Shortage

Vascoda Mugabe’s National Airline, ‘Air Zimbabwe’, Grounded  Due To Acute Fuel Shortage

While Zimbabwe’s President, Globetrotter ‘Vascoda Mugabe’ flies all over the world and spends more time mid air than on the ground, only paying short term visits to Zimbabwe for a change of socks, the national airline, Air Zimbabwe is facing critical aviation fuel shortages.The situation is so bad that the acute fuel shortages have led  to Air Zimbabwe having to cancel all morning fights and delay some to later that day. Zimbabwe’s  regional counterparts have also been…

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S. African Oil & Diamond Magnate, & Ex-Political Prisoner ‘Tokyo Sexwale’ (62), Considers Fifa Presidency

Tokyo Sexwale, a sixty two year old  South African businessman, an Oil and Diamond Magnate and also a  former political prisoner at the time of of apartheid rule,  and also a close former friend of Madiba or Nelson Mandela, having spent 13 years together at the Robben Island prison ,has been urged to field his candidacy for the Fifa presidency, by several key personalities in football circles. Fifa, the world cup football governing body,  has been riddled with…

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Zimbabwe National Roads Authority (Zinara) Sends 49 Employees & Managers Home

Zimbabwe National Roads Authority (Zinara) Sends 49 Employees & Managers  Home

In a nation reeling from unemployment running at 80% of the employable masses, who include graduates, now surviving as vendors, the recent controversial ruling by Zimbabwe’s Supreme court, has put the final nail into the coffin that clearly proves the 91 year old , despot, President Robert Mugabe, his Zim1 family, Zanu PF stalwarts and securocrats do not have the people at heart. THE Zimbabwe National Roads Authority (Zinara), Board chair Albert Mugabe has confirmed…

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Supreme Court Judgment Repercusions: Financial Gazette To Cut Staff By 35%,

Supreme Court Judgment Repercusions:  Financial Gazette To Cut Staff By 35%,

Local media houses like all other sectors of the economy continue fire workers with the Financial Gazette’s editor-in-chief Sunsleey Chamunorwa being the latest in a long list of causalities. Owned by former Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Governor Gideon Gono, the Financial Gazette announced in its latest edition that it would cut staff by 35%, sending shockwaves across the industry. Early this week, Alpha Media Holdings publishers of The Standard, NewsDay and The Zimbabwe Independent cut…

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