‘TWO BLACK ZIMBABWEAN MAIDS ALLEGEDLY MURDERED BY WHITE MAN AT A PLOT IN RANDFONTEIN SOUTH AFRICA’

‘TWO BLACK ZIMBABWEAN MAIDS ALLEGEDLY  MURDERED BY WHITE MAN AT A PLOT IN RANDFONTEIN SOUTH AFRICA’

TWO domestic workers were allegedly murdered in South Africa and their bodies were found in two separate rooms at a plot.   The two domestic workers – only identified as Alice Tapiwa Chikohora, 41, and another lady – went missing on July 16 this year and were found dead on Saturday morning last week in Randfontein, South Africa.   The murder case came to light after the wife of the alleged murderer made a report…

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BULAWAYO WHITE CITY STADIUM BOMBING, -41 INJURED President Emmerson Mnangagwa has assured the nation that the Zimbabwe government will not implement a state of emergency after the Bulawayo White City stadium bombing

BULAWAYO WHITE CITY STADIUM BOMBING, -41 INJURED President Emmerson Mnangagwa has assured the nation that the Zimbabwe government will not implement a state of emergency after the Bulawayo White City stadium bombing

BULAWAYO WHITE CITY STADIUM BOMBING, -41 INJURED President Emmerson Mnangagwa has assured the nation that the Zimbabwe government will not implement a state of emergency after the Bulawayo White City stadium bombing in a failed assassination attempt. WWW.NEWZIMBABWEVISION says, people must not underestimate the damage caused, because it could easily be a device that was meant to cause maximum damage, but failed to fully discharge on detonation. This is normal of home made bombs, we…

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PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa sneaked out of the country late Sunday to neighbouring South Africa with government sources indicating he had gone for “medical checks”

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa sneaked out of the country late Sunday to neighbouring South Africa with government sources indicating he had gone for “medical checks”

Information minister Simon Khaya Moyo was not available for comment. Efforts to get comment from Mnangagwa’s spokesperson George Charamba also drew blanks. However New Zimbabwe has it on good authority that Mnangagwa had travelled for what has become regular checks since the controversial poison saga last year. “He will go to South Africa on Sunday and is back in the country on Monday for medical check-ups. After the poisoning last year, his doctors advised he…

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MNANGAGWA SIGNED A US$5,2BILLION DEAL between the government and Nkosikhona Holdings to turn coal into liquid fuels has raised eyebrows with analysts saying the South African company’s credentials are suspect.

MNANGAGWA SIGNED A  US$5,2BILLION DEAL  between the government and Nkosikhona Holdings to turn coal into liquid fuels has raised eyebrows with analysts saying the South African company’s credentials are suspect.

President Emmerson Mnangagwa signed the deal with Nkosikhona Holdings on May 17 amid claims the partnership would see Zimbabwe producing over eight million litres of liquid fuels per day from coal in Lisulu, Hwange. However, analysts have raised a red flag over the secrecy surrounding Nkosikhona Holdings’ background. Critics also alleged Nkosikhona Holdings does not have known history in extractives according to the company’s online profile. The company does not appear among South Africa’s liquid…

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‘FOUR ZIMBABWEANS arrested in Ekurhuleni, South Africa for kidnapping’-South Africa warns against recklessly employing people without conducting the necessary background checks

‘FOUR ZIMBABWEANS arrested in Ekurhuleni, South Africa for kidnapping’-South Africa warns against recklessly employing people without conducting the necessary background checks

The four, conniving with a domestic helper kidnapped a baby who has been found safe and reunited with his parents.   In a statement on Saturday afternoon, Gauteng police said “An effectively executed tactical take-down by a multi-disciplinary team of the South African Police Service [SAPS] in Gauteng province has led to the arrest of five suspects for the kidnapping of 13-month-old Eden Laird of Brackendowns [in Ekurhuleni],” police said in a statement.   The…

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MUGABE’S COUSIN , EX-MINISTER IGNATIUS CHOMBO’S bail conditions have been further relaxed to allow him to seek medical attention in South Africa.

MUGABE’S COUSIN , EX-MINISTER IGNATIUS CHOMBO’S bail conditions have been further relaxed to allow him to seek medical attention in South Africa.

Chombo, who is facing a slew of corruption charges with the State alleging he prejudiced it of more than $3,6 million, was represented by Lovemore Madhuku when he appeared before Harare magistrate Elisha Singano on Thursday.   Madhuku successfully applied to have Chombo’s passport released to May 9, while he attends to his health in South Africa.   Although the State had opposed the application arguing the passport was an assurance that Chombo would not…

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BLOCKED DRAINS AND LIMITED RUN OFF, cause flooding in drought stricken Cape Town.

BLOCKED DRAINS AND LIMITED RUN OFF, cause flooding in drought stricken Cape Town.

 Cape Town experienced widespread flooding in urban areas, including roadways in Somerset West and parts of the N1 and N2 highways on Wednesday. This comes as a great breather to some, as the city recently faced a total shut down of water supplies due to drought in what was referred to as Day Zero. This is certainly, a rude awakening for the whole world, over the value of natural resources, including water. It is apoignant…

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PRESIDENT RAMAPHOSA leaves the Commonwealth summit in Britain, early to deal with “Service Delivery” protests in Mahikeng South Africa

PRESIDENT RAMAPHOSA leaves the Commonwealth summit in Britain, early to deal with “Service Delivery” protests in Mahikeng South Africa

South Africa police fired rubber bullets to quell violence in clashes with anti-corruption and social justice protesters in the North Western province forcing the South African President Cyril Ramaphosa to cut short his Commonwealth summit attendance in London to dash back home to deal with the violent protests at home. Police fired rubber bullets on Friday to break up crowds of protesters shortly before he was arrived in the troubled North West province. The violence…

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CIVIL RIGHTS WATCH AFRIFORUM SEEKS TO HAVE GRACE MUGABE diplomatic immunity by the South African government.

CIVIL RIGHTS WATCH AFRIFORUM SEEKS TO HAVE GRACE MUGABE diplomatic immunity by the South African government.

CIVIL RIGHTS WATCH AFRIFORUM SEEKS TO HAVE GRACE MUGABE diplomatic immunity by the South African government. The North Gauteng High Court will next month hear a case against the granting of diplomatic immunity to Zimbabwe First Lady Grace Mugabe by the South African government.   The challenge has been set down for May 10-11‚ the organisation’s Kallie Kriel said.   Grace‚ who is accused of assaulting a woman‚ Gabriella Engels‚ and hotel staff in Sandton‚…

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ALPHA MEDIA HOLDINGS CHAIRPERSON Mr Trevor Ncube has thrown his weight behind President Mnangagwa and the new political administration.

ALPHA MEDIA HOLDINGS CHAIRPERSON Mr Trevor Ncube has thrown his weight behind President Mnangagwa and the new political administration.

 www.newzimbabwevision.com says the Alpha Media Holdings chairperson Mr Trevor Ncube is an individual expressing his democratic right and choices in who he backs. Lets remember that he is a business person and his business empire depends on stability of the country, and opening Zimbabwe to business. Trevor Ncube’s company publishes the Zimbabwe Independent, NewsDay and The Standard, so when such a powerful and respected voice in mainstream media has thrown his weight behind President Mnangagwa and…

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