(Gvt Fails To Raise US$35 Million Required For National Land Audit)- ‘Zim 1 Family Own 14 farms’.

(Gvt Fails To Raise US$35 Million Required For National Land Audit)- ‘Zim 1 Family Own 14 farms’.

Fifteen years after Mugabe’s Zanu PF war Veterans ran berserk and unleashed, a  reign of unprecedented , racist murders, violence and terror, across white owned farms in a forced eviction of the white farm owners, Mugabe’s Zanu PF regime claims to be failing to raise the much needed US$35 million required for a credible national land audit exercise. The government’s failure to raise the US$35 million required for the exercise,which was expected to start in April in some…

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Chidyausiku To Be Now Only Constitutional Court Not Also Supreme Court Judge Same Time

One of the main issues that the suffering  Zimbabwean public have with Mugabe and his Zanu PF regime, particularly the judiciary system is that the judiciary has proved to be nothing other than Zanu PF partisan  in its execution of dutie particularly where elections are concerned, hence the continuously disputed Zanu PF ballot victories. In typical monopoly of power, Zimbabwe’s Chief Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku has been holding two legal portfolios, as head of judges and chairman…

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Queen Of Gospel Music, ‘Rebecca Malope’ In No Show At Gwanda Gospel Extravaganza

THE Queen of gospel music, Rebecca Malope did not show up at the gospel extravaganza in Gwanda. She was supposed to perform at a two-day musical show which was held at Phelandaba Stadium on Friday and Saturday night.She was the only artiste among all others who were expected, who did not attend the event. While the show organisers had initially been silent about Malope’s situation, some fans started chanting “Sifuna uRebecca! Sifuna uRebecca!” Following the…

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Harare – Johannesburg , Rainbow Airline Grounds Service Indefinetely Before Maiden Flight

Harare – Johannesburg , Rainbow Airline Grounds  Service  Indefinetely  Before Maiden Flight

RAINBOW Airline, which was scheduled to have its maiden flight from Harare – Johannesburg today, has indefinitely postponed its service over unclear circumstances. The airline’s administration manager Ms Melody Sanhanga said the launch would be at a later date after completing the regulatory requirements. “Due to circumstances beyond our control Rainbow Airlines has been forced to postpone its 26th August 2015 launch to a later date which will be announced,” said Ms Sanhanga in a…

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Bulawayo City Council (BCC) Offers Industrial Attachment For College & University Students

Bulawayo City Council (BCC) Offers Industrial Attachment For College & University Students

THE Bulawayo City Council (BCC) has offered to give industrial attachment for college and university students at a time most companies had closed the doors for attaches citing economic challenges. The local authority headed by mayor Martin Moyo said it stood ready to absorb desperate students needing industrial attachment places, saying it was an unavoidable social responsibility duty. Minutes of a recent general purposes committee report showed that the council had 206 students attached at…

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Zulu king Goodwill Zwelithini’s Emissary ‘King Bhunane 3 Sneaks Into Bulawayo’

Zulu king Goodwill Zwelithini’s Emissary ‘King Bhunane 3 Sneaks Into Bulawayo’

King Bhunane 3 of South Africa and members of the Zulu royal family this morning quietly made their way into the country via Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo Airport in Bulawayo. Sources at the international airport confirmed to media that the King of the Hlubi people of South Africa who are subjects of Zulu king Goodwill Zwelithini sneaked into the country as Zwelithini’s emissary. Media was recently a awash with news that King Zwelithini was on his…

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‘R.Malope, H. Mhlaba, T.Tshola &Lusanda Group In Free Gwanda Weekend Gospel Concert’.

‘R.Malope, H. Mhlaba, T.Tshola &Lusanda Group In Free Gwanda Weekend Gospel Concert’.

Gospel music lovers from all over the country are making their way to the Matabeleland South capital Gwanda for the biggest gospel music show to grace the country. Eight South African gospel artists supported by over twenty local artists will be sharing the stage in a two day music concert in the town. Leading the pack of the musicians are The show dubbed “Bringing God to the people” is a free concert sponsored by a…

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Riot Police Move In After BANC-ABC Bank Fires 75 Workers, Sparking Demonstrations

Riot Police Move In After BANC-ABC Bank Fires 75 Workers, Sparking Demonstrations

BANC-ABC has fired 75 workers, sparking demonstrations outside its Arundel offices as the financial institution joins a growing list of Zimbabwean companies taking advantage of a recent Supreme Court ruling which makes it easier to dismiss employees without severance pay. The fired workers staged demonstrations on Tuesday at the bank’s local head office in protest against the dismissals they claimed were illegal, forcing management to call riot police who subsequently sealed off entrances into the…

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‘International Monetary Fund (IMF) Rules Out Financial Assistance To Zimbabwe’

The International Monetary Fund (IMF), which is dispatching a mission to Harare next week, has ruled out giving any financial assistance to Zimbabwe until all external debts are settled. The IMF is expected in the country from August 31st to September 11th to undertake the second review of the Staff Monitored Programme (SMP). Last year the IMF agreed to a successor SMP – an informal agreement between country authorities and the global lender designed to…

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