‘Oxford Uni’s Wildlife Conservation Research Unit Receives Over Half A Million ££s Cecil Donations’

Oxford University’s Wildlife Conservation Research Unit has received more than half a million pounds in donations, following the death of Cecil the Lion, BBC reported. Cecil was a well-known tourist attraction in Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe and was shot by Walter Palmer, a dentist from Minnesota, USA. Oxford University representative Dr Andrew Loveridge, a researchers who had been tracking Cecil, has said some of the money goes towards training of locals look after their livestock…

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Harare City Council Dismissal Of 3000 Workers Has Been Reversed By Government

Harare City Council  Dismissal Of 3000 Workers Has Been Reversed By Government

In yet another unprecedented move, and also an obvious indecisive and rushed decision making by Mugabe’s Zanu PF regime,  whose party dominate the the Harare City Council,  there has been a reversal of the Harare city council earlier dismissal of 3000 workers on three month notices,  by the government, thereby shelving the Harare City Council’s  efforts at retrenching staff. The Zanu PF Minister of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing, Saviour Kasukuwere   exerted his power…

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‘Zanu PF UK Chapter Consols Workers Who Lost Their Jobs’: Supreme Court Ruling

‘Zanu PF UK Chapter Consols Workers Who Lost Their Jobs’: Supreme Court Ruling

Zanu PF United Kingdom Chapter has consoled the over 20 000 workers who lost their jobs after the Supreme Court of July 17 ruled in favour of Zuva Petroleum granting the company permission to fire workers at three months notice. In its FaceBook post the Zanu PF UK said workers take heart.  “The Labour Amendment bill which was gazetted on Friday obligates the employer who heartlessly threw you on the street without even the 3…

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‘Tazzen Mandizvidza , Co-accused In US$6 million Fraud, Now ‘ZBC Head-News & Current Affairs ‘

‘Tazzen Mandizvidza , Co-accused In US$6 million Fraud, Now ‘ZBC Head-News & Current Affairs ‘

THE state-run Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) has exposed as disingenuous claims by the Zanu PF government that it is committed to fighting corruption. The ZBC, which fired 300 workers last week, has announced that Tazzen Mandizvidza is now in charge of news and current affairs at the public broadcaster. Mandizvidza was one of the senior executives suspended over allegations they looted the financially crippled broadcaster of more than US$6 million. Others included then CEO Happison…

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Chicco Twala ‘ Firearm Confiscated By Detectives Investigating, Orlando Pirates, Keeper ‘Senzo Meyiwa’s Murder.

Chicco Twala ‘ Firearm Confiscated By Detectives Investigating, Orlando Pirates, Keeper ‘Senzo Meyiwa’s Murder.

Internationally renowned musician Chicco Twala claims his firearm was confiscated by detectives investigating Senzo Meyiwa’s murder. This was after they suspected his son Longwe might have used it against the slain Bafana Bafana and Orlando Pirates goalkeeper. Sowetan Sunday World hinted in its website that Twala’s response was prompted by the information leaked to it by two law enforcement agents close to the investigation who said they had confiscated Twala’s fire arm – Source: Sowetan…

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Indonesian Flight TGN267 , ‘Trigana Air Service plane’ ,54 On Board, Goes Missing In Papua

The aviation industry is potentially sitting on another airline disaster after an  Indonesian domestic Flight TGN267, ‘Trigana Air Service’ plane , also  the third aircraft to go missing in Asia over the last   18 months, lost contact with air traffic control  with 54 people on board in a remote Indonesian area of  Papua province today. The flight by Trigana Air Service departed from Sentani Airport in Jayapura at 2:22 p.m. and was scheduled to touch down  in Oksibil at…

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Zimbabwe’s President Mugabe Hands Over SADC Chairmanship To Botswana President Ian Khama

Zimbabwe’s President  Mugabe Hands Over SADC Chairmanship To Botswana  President Ian Khama

President Robert Mugabe on Saturday stepped down as the chairman of the Southern Africa Development Community to hand over the reigns to Botswana President Seretse Khama Ian Khama. Out going SADC council of ministers chairperson Simbarashe Mumbengegwi said the regional body should remain united and build on past achievements. Mumbengegwi, who is also Zimbabwean Minister of Foreign Affairs, said the regional body had performed well and met most of its objectives. Mumbengegwi said it was…

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ZCTU Accuse Mugabe’s Zanu PF Regime Of Sidelining Social Partners In Labour Act Amendment

ZCTU Accuse Mugabe’s  Zanu PF Regime Of Sidelining Social Partners In  Labour Act Amendment

The Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions Secretary general Japhet Moyo has accused the government for sidelining labour and Employers as social partners in the amendment of the labour act which it blames for causing the firing of over 20 000 workers in a space of one month. The job loses came after the Supreme Court using the labour Act ruled that employers have a legal ri9ght to fire workers after giving them three months notice…

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Vascoda Mugabe In Botswana For 35th Ordinary Summit Of Heads Of State And Government

Vascoda Mugabe In Botswana For 35th Ordinary Summit Of Heads Of State And Government

Outgoing SADC Chairperson President Robert Mugabe has arrived in Gaborone, Botswana to attend the 35th Ordinary Summit of Heads of State and Government which runs from the 17th to the 18th of August. The summit, which is set to focus on implementation of the Regional Industrialisation Strategy, will also see President Mugabe handing over the bloc’s chairmanship to President Seretse Ian Khama of Botswana. The two-day summit will be held under the theme, “Accelerating Industrialisation…

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