Corruption Is The Major Cause Of (1980-2016) Economic Collapse In Zimbabwe

Corruption Is The Major Cause Of (1980-2016) Economic Collapse In Zimbabwe

When a nation goes through economic hardships they are unable to trace its cause, corruption thrives since corruption lies at the heart of human ill will centred on selfishness in self-preservation of a dynasty of few to enrich themselves at the expense of the rest.  Political decay derives from greediness founded on short cuts always caused by men lacking in experience and integrity but ambitious without a vision, let alone practice, of building nationhood. Poor…

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‘Alarm Over ‘Zika’ Virus, A Devastating New Mosquito-Borne Disease Affecting Pregnant Women’

‘Alarm  Over ‘Zika’ Virus, A  Devastating New Mosquito-Borne Disease Affecting Pregnant Women’

Zika a new mosquito borne disease is causing alarm after research indicated that  pregnant women are highly at risk from exposure to the mosquito that spreads it. Pregnant women are strongly advised to avoid travelling to such areas as Puerto Rico, Paraguay, Suriname, French Guiana,  El Salvador, Mexico,   Panama, Honduras, Guatemala,  Martinique, Brazil, Venezuela,Haiti,  and Colombia,which are prone to the mosquito borne virus. This is primarily because scientists have now realised that the Zika virus can cause infected pregnant victims to…

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Freedom Of Expression- ‘Zuma Must Fall!’ Billboard Erected In Capetown, South Africa

Freedom Of Expression- ‘Zuma Must Fall!’ Billboard Erected In Capetown, South Africa

In Africa, not all rights go beyond the paper they are written on but, one can safely argue that, Freedom of expression has reached a new level in South Africa, after a prominent “Zuma Must Fall” billboard was erected in the heart of the city of Cape Town in South Africa on Friday morning. It is yet to be established as to who erected the bill board but an opposition group,  the Democratic Alliance, which constantly demanded…

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Bulawayo High Court To Handle 25 Murder Cases This Term

Bulawayo High Court To Handle 25 Murder Cases This Term

THE Bulawayo High Court will deal with 25 murder cases this term and has already deposed two of them in which two suspects were commuted to Mlondolozi Mental Institution last week after they were found not guilty to murder because of insanity. Among the cases to be heard is a high profile murder by an Old Pumula man, Nhlanganiso Luphahla (36) and his accomplice, Augustine Ncube who allegedly killed a Victoria Falls pupil, Praise Mpofu…

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‘ Constitution Allows Media To Freely Speak About Security Sectors,..No Sacred Cows!’ Jonathan Moyo

‘ Constitution Allows Media To Freely Speak About Security Sectors,..No Sacred Cows!’ Jonathan Moyo

Higher and Tertiary Education minister Jonathan Moyo has dismissed the notion that the security sector cannot be scrutinised by journalists as fears of a government crackdown on the private media mount. Information minister Chris Mushohwe repeated his controversial claims last week that the security sector was “sacred” in a veiled threat to the private media. President Robert Mugabe’s spokesperson George Charamba has also issued similar threats that have been amplified by the State media in…

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Fears Of Water Shedding As Zimbabwe Dams Are Left With Roughly 7-Month Supply

Fears Of Water Shedding As Zimbabwe Dams Are Left With Roughly 7-Month Supply

WATER levels for dams supplying water to cities and towns in the southern parts of the country are now below 50 percent of capacity triggering fears that authorities might be forced to introduce a tight water shedding regime in the wake of continued erratic rains this season. According to figures obtained from water management body Zinwa, combined supply dams for Bulawayo, Gwanda, Plumtree, Masvingo and Beitbridge were now below 50 percent of their capacity as…

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‘Passenger Stabbed In Head And eye By Commuter Bus Staff Over seat Argument’

‘Passenger Stabbed In Head And eye By Commuter Bus Staff Over seat Argument’

In a classic example of the poor duty of care by public transport operators and their employees towards passengers, a passenger was recently  subjected to savage assault whilst on a commuter bus. The notoriously lawless commuter omnibus drivers in Zimbabwe never cease to amaze the public with their violence as alleged by charges faced by a Bulawayo Kombi conductor who appeared in West Commonage magistrate court on attempted murder charges. Langalakhe Khumalo (21) from Pumula South, a conductor and…

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After Mnangagwa, VP Mphoko Has Also Joined Mugabe & Zim1 Family In Dubai Holiday

After Mnangagwa, VP Mphoko Has Also Joined Mugabe & Zim1 Family In Dubai Holiday

The first family are having a holiday of their time in the far east as shown by the president’s use of the time to engage with his deputy presidents. Recently we reported that the first vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa and his wife Auxillia Mnangagwa hired aprivate jet and flew to Dubai to join President Mugabe, Grace Mugabe, Children and son in holiday but the crafty 50 year old  first lady stayed put, beside her 92…

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‘Don’t Steal From Alpha Omega Dairies,- Mugabe Hates Competition!’

‘Don’t Steal From Alpha Omega Dairies,- Mugabe Hates Competition!’

Three people appeared in court for theft from Grace Mugabe owned Alpha Omega Dairies bringing the total number of employees who have been hauled to courts to fourteen, as they appeared before  Harare magistrate Mr Elijah Makomo. The three alleged thieves, sales representative Kenneth Mugabe (40) along with the  truck driver Jacob Musasa (42) and an assistant sales representative Abel Mutongerwa (33), were exposed after the head of security followed up on a tip off and monitored a…

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