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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‘Multi-award winning South African gospel singer, S’fiso Ncwane has died’.

‘Multi-award winning  South African gospel singer, S’fiso Ncwane has died’.

‘Multi-award winning  South African gospel singer, S’fiso Ncwane has died’. Although details around of the singer’s death are still sketchy at this stage, the Kulungile Baba hit-maker died today after falling ill, South African media reported. South African media said  the singer was coughing up blood last night. The singer made headlines last year after he bought his pastor a R1.9 Mercedes. The Kulungile Baba hitmaker said  Pastor Anosike “saved his life through prayer” and…

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South African Government to regularise presence of thousands of qualified, unemployed Zimbabwean Teachers in South Africa

    The Zimbabwean and South African Governments are working towards regularisation of the teaching profession to deal with unemployed but qualified teachers in Zimbabwe and at the same time address the need gap in South Africa in a collaborative manner. The process is expected to see Zimbabwean teachers in South Africa being registered and licensed. The move comes against the backdrop of an unquantifiable number of qualified Zimbabwean teachers working in South Africa. Some…

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Public memorial service held at Ellis Park today, in honour of the late Mduduzi “Mandoza” Tshabalala

  FANS and supporters of late kwaito superstar Mduduzi “Mandoza” Tshabalala will get a chance to honour him at a public memorial service at Ellis Park today. The 38-year-old died on Sunday after a year-long battle with brain cancer. The kwaito legend discovered his cancer had re-occurred seven weeks ago and he started chemotherapy last week. His manager Kevin Ntaopane says the musician fought till the end. “He was a soldier. He died in the…

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Malawi , Nyali Luxury Coach in accident outside Musina on N1 highway.

  Many people, mostly believed to be Malawians, in transit from South Africa, Johannesburg city to Malawi via Zimbabwe were reportedly, seriously injured in a bus accident, early yesterday around 2am.   The bus, Nyali Luxury Coaches on board which the injured were travelling, was involved in a side swipe incident with a Mazda 323 vehicle approximately 20 kilometres from Musina town along the along the N1 highway.   The Mazda 323 car, was heading…

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Zanu PF in split mind on whether to use force or not in quashing the escalating protests or consider dialogue

Zanu PF in split mind on whether to use force or not in quashing the escalating protests or consider dialogue

President Robert Mugabe and Zanu-PF are caught between a rock and a hard place on whether to use force in quashing the escalating protests or consider dialogue with the opposition, a respected think tank has said. In its latest report, South Africa-based NKC African Economics said there are some people in Zanu-PF who would prefer dialogue rather than confrontation with the protestors. This comes as police has unsuccessfully tried to thwart the wave of anti-Mugabe…

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50Injured In Bulawayo Bound Greyhound , Crash In South Africa, Near Luis Trichardt On N1 highway

50Injured In Bulawayo Bound Greyhound , Crash In South Africa, Near Luis Trichardt On N1 highway

A Bulawayo bound Greyhound bus was involved in an accident in the early hours of today near Luis Trichardt town in South Africa’s Limpopo. Fifty people were reportedly injured, but no deaths were reported, when the driver of a Greyhound bus they were travelling in lost control resulting in the bus overturning in the early hours of today near Luis Trichardt town in South Africa’s Limpopo province. The bus was coming from Johannesburg headed for…

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’21 Zims & 2Crew At Hammanskraal Police Stn After Being Robbed, Attacked & Eagle Liner,+1Buses Burnt’

Eagle Liner owner Ghalib Ishaemel told NewsDay that the travellers who were coming from Bulawayo were attacked by protestors who robbed them of all their belongings before setting the bus on fire.Twenty-three Zimbabwean travellers to Johannesburg were on Tuesday morning attacked and robbed after their bus was hijacked by protesting South Africans near Pretoria. Eagle Liner owner Ghalib Ishaemel told NewsDay that the travellers who were coming from Bulawayo were attacked by protestors who robbed…

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Malema, Warns, That EFF Could Take Up Arms Against “State Violence” Just Like ANC In The 1960s

Malema, Warns, That EFF Could Take Up Arms Against “State Violence” Just Like  ANC In The 1960s

THE EFF could be driven to take up arms against “state violence” just like the ANC did when it embarked on an armed struggle in the 1960s, party leader Julius Malema said today. Speaking at Daily Maverick’s The Gathering in Midrand, Malema said: “If they (the ANC government) are fighting, we will fight, with everything we have. We are fighting the state violence. The state violence will be met with violence.” He denied he was…

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‘Rebecca Malope Reveals That, Vuyo Mokoena Was A Zimbabwean, Who Came To South Africa As A (6) Year Old’

VUYO Mokoena took a secret to his grave only known by his closest gospel music friend ‘Sis Ribbs’ Rebecca Malope, reported a newspaper. The big secret is that Vuyo Mokoena who passed on in 2008 succumbing to a brain tumor was Zimbabwean by birth. At the time of his death, he had taken a sabbatical from music as he battled blood cancer and leukemia. “Vuyo was Zimbabwean. The fact that I didn’t know for years…

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