‘Vice President Ejected From Grace Mugabe Rally, VIP Podium After Stressing I’m Mphoko Not Mboko’

Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko  has castigated Zanu PF Midlands Acting Provincial Chairman, Kizito Chivamba for dehumanizing him by wrongly  pronouncing his surname. During First Lady Grace Mugabe’s  Mataga rally today, Chivamba pronounced Mphoko as ‘Mboko’. According to live updates by the Herald, Mphoko was angered by that. Reported the Herald “Vice President Mphoko takes to the podium. But first, he makes a point of correction to those who pronounce his surname as ‘Mboko’. ‘Mboko’, says…

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“If You Are Raped Wearing Mini-Skirts It Is Your Fault!.”- Grace Mugabe

First Lady Grace Mugabe has delivered a special but controversial message to women – don’t wear miniskirts and don’t complain if raped. She told predominantly Zanu PF supporters during a rally in Mataga, Mberengwa today. She said “if you are raped wearing mini-skirts it is your fault!.” Early this year, several women especially in Harare were harassed by commuter conductors for wearing mini-skirts. By Thobekile Zhou – Source-bulawayo24

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Intimidation, Assaults And Open Violence In Zanu PF & MDC-T, Rising’-Heal Zimbabwe

Intimidation, Assaults And Open Violence In Zanu PF & MDC-T, Rising’-Heal Zimbabwe

POLITICAL intolerance is at the heart of conflict besetting communities in Zimbabwe, a human rights group has said. In its October Conflict Assessment Report, Heal Zimbabwe Trust (HZT), cited inter and intra-party violence outbreaks across the political divide as evidence that intolerance is on the rise. “Political intolerance tops the nature of conflicts affecting communities in the country in the period under review. The political conflicts recorded include both inter-party conflicts and internal factional violence,…

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ZAPU Mourns, Former (NUST) Vice Chancellor Prof Lindela Ndlovu

ZAPU has said it learnt with shock and sadness the passing on of former Vice Chancellor of the National University of Science and Technology (NUST), Prof Lindela Rowland Ndlovu. Prof Ndlovu reportedly succumbed to diabetes in the morning of 18 November 2015 in Bulawayo. “His untimely death comes barely a month after the region lost yet another illustrious academic in Dr Lawton Hikwa,” said Zapu in a statement. “This also comes just weeks after we lost…

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Mugabe’s Zanu PF Regime Fails To Pay Soldiers Bonus As Promised

Mugabe’s Zanu PF Regime Fails To Pay Soldiers Bonus As Promised

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s administration Tuesday failed to honour its pledge to pay soldiers the 13th cheque in a tale-tell sign the government is technically broke due to the prevailing economic climate and low revenue collections by tax authorities. In February this year Mugabe promised to pay all civil servants their bonuses ahead of the festive season despite advice to the contrary from finance minister Patrick Chinamasa who had said there would no bonuses for the…

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With Upsurge Of State Violence ZUJ Warns Journalists To Be Concerned Over Their Professional &Personal Security

With Upsurge Of State Violence ZUJ Warns Journalists To Be Concerned Over Their Professional &Personal Security

Zimbabwe Union of Journalist Secretary General Foster Dongozi has warned journalists in Zimbabwe to be concerned over their professional and personal security as the nation has started recording an upsurge in cases of the scribes harassment by the state security agents. The remarks come in the work of recent arrest of Sunday Mail and Herald Reporters over the writing of a police linked story. Also this comes at a time when the country experiences an…

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Zimbabwe Introduces New Visa Regime

Zimbabwe Introduces New Visa Regime

Government has introduced a new visa regime that will initially see nationals from a majority of Sadc member States getting into the country without a visa. These include Botswana, Democratic Republic of Congo, Lesotho, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania and Zambia. Nationals from 58 countries outside Sadc will now apply for visa at the port of entry on payment of the requisite fees. According to the new visa regime, nationals of 120…

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Charlie Sheen Confirms He Is HIV positive

Hollywood star Charlie Sheen has confirmed he is living with HIV in a US television interview.“I am here to admit that I am HIV positive,” he said. BBC “I have to put a stop to this onslaught this barrage of attacks and of sub truths,” he said, adding he was diagnosed four years ago. ‘Bad decision’ He said when he revealed his HIV status to friends “the truth became treason”, leading to “blackmail and extortion…

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‘Chiredzi Farmer Kills Fellow Farmer Over Spilt Beer’

‘Chiredzi Farmer Kills Fellow Farmer Over Spilt Beer’

A Chiredzi farmer died in hospital after he was allegedly struck with a stone on the forehead by a fellow farmer who accused him of spilling four litres of Chibuku Super over the weekend. Howard Masengwe(32), a sugar cane farmer at Mkwasine Estates, succumbed to severe head injuries at Chiredzi District Hospital about eight hours after being attacked by John Kunaka (36). Kunaka has since appeared before Chiredzi magistrate Ms Constance Mutandwa facing murder charges….

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BREAKING NEWS: Russia’s Metrojet Airliner Was Brought Down By A Bomb

BREAKING NEWS: Russia’s Metrojet Airliner Was Brought Down By A Bomb

BREAKING NEWS: Russia’s President Vladimir Putin has confirmed that the Metrojet Airliner was brought down by an improvised explosive, which they confirm is an act of Terorism. Russia has offered a reward of $50 million Dollars for information leading to the identification of those responsible for the attrocity, adding that Russia will find and destroy everyone involved. photo-Crashed Russian Metrojet airliner-msn

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