DEBT: Former Zanu-PF Chipangano Thug’s Leader, Jimmy Kunaka’s Property To Be Auctioned

DEBT: Former Zanu-PF Chipangano Thug’s Leader, Jimmy Kunaka’s Property To Be Auctioned

Former Zanu-PF Harare provincial youth chairman Jim Kunaka will have some of his household property auctioned today over an undisclosed debt owed to one Prince Jack. The property to be auctioned by Revelations Auctioneers includes a double-door upright fridge, four-piece sofas, flat screen television, glass table with six chairs, seven dining room chairs and a DVD player. Contacted for comment yesterday, the former Zanu-PF Chipangano militia group leader professed ignorance over who had attached his…

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‘KFC Returns To Bulawayo With Branch To Open In Bradfield’

INTERNATIONAL fast food franchise Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) could soon bounce back to Bulawayo with its management submitting an application to the Bulawayo City Council to purchase a piece of land at Bradfield Shopping Centre for the establishment of a drive-through restaurant. Boasting of more than 500 franchises across Africa, KFC closed its outlets in Zimbabwe at the height of inflation in 2007 but returned to Harare mid-2015. The council confirmed in its latest minutes…

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Sex Worker Mourners Strip, And Sing Obscenities At Harare Granville Cemetery

Sex Worker Mourners Strip, And Sing Obscenities At Harare Granville Cemetery

  Mourners at Granville Cemetery in Harare were reportedly treated to some indecent funny movie as some group of women stripped during the burial of their fellow sex worker. The strange behaviour was reportedly later joined by men who fondled their private parts much to the shock of the decent citizens. In one of the shameful scenes a woman was captured on camera grinding her back on a dread locked man who was only spotting…

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Black Farmer Burns Down 186 ‘Deep Dene Farm’ Homes In Silobela.

ABOUT 186 homesteads belonging to alleged illegal settlers have been torched at Deep Dene Farm in Silobela following a land ownership dispute. The destruction happened on December 26 and last Sunday. A humanitarian crisis is looming at the farm as villagers lost food, clothing, money and other valuables when a team the settlers allege was sent by the farm owner identified as Molly Muhlwa destroyed and torched the homesteads in a bid to force them…

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Donald Trump Threatens To Withdraw £700million Investment If Banned From UK

Donald Trump Threatens To Withdraw  £700million Investment If Banned From UK

The controversial U.S. tycoon,  Republican presidential candidate, billionaire Donald Trump has reportedly threatened to withdraw  £700million of UK funding that he has invested in Scotland, if banned from entering the United Kingdom.

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Zimbabwe Union of Journalists (ZUJ) Has Condemned Arrests Of Newsday Journalists

Zimbabwe Union of Journalists (ZUJ) Has  Condemned Arrests Of Newsday Journalists

The Zimbabwe Union of Journalists secretary general Foster Dongozi has condemned the arrest of Newsday Deputy Editor Nqaba Matshazi and journalist Xolisani Ncube. The two were today arrested by police in Harare following the publication of a story concerning Government Salaries on January 6. The two maybe charged with publication or communicating statements prejudicial to the State. The arrest of the two follows the beating up of journalist Lovemore Meya by members of the police…

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Bulawayo Council , Survey, Reveals 97 200 Rotten Eggs In Business & Residential Premises

Bulawayo Council , Survey, Reveals   97 200 Rotten Eggs In  Business & Residential Premises

Bulawayo City Council has revealed that it conducted inspection of in the city where it discovered that some shops were still stocking 97 200 rotten eggs. In the latest council report the council said it carried out routine inspections continued during the course of the month. “The Section received several public health complaints especially smell nuisances from keeping of chickens,” reads the report.”Five illegal keeping of chickens were investigated and appropriate action taken. The Section also…

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‘Global Security Concern, After North Korea Succesfuly Tests Hydrogen Bomb’

‘Global Security Concern, After North Korea Succesfuly Tests Hydrogen Bomb’

  The controversial Kim Jong-un led North Korean state has announced to the world that it has successfully tested its first hydrogen bomb. International security concerns are that, this development is likely to expose North Korea to further  diplomatic isolation along with tougher international sanctions particularly by the western world, across the already extremely impoverished communist state. A hydrogen bomb places North Korea on the international map and gives it greater leverage in any international negotiations because of…

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Central Intelligence Organisation, Secretly Paid Bonuses & December Salary

Central Intelligence Organisation, Secretly  Paid Bonuses & December Salary

The government last year quietly paid Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) operatives their annual bonuses, yet postponed, several times, paying the salaries of civil servants, only releasing the payments yesterday, a development that is likely to spark a rebuke from other public sector workers. While most civil servants were penniless during the festive season, members of the CIO received their December salaries on December 21 and their bonuses 10 days later, insiders have revealed. “Members of…

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