Immigration Turn Away J’Burg Musician Dan Tshanda From Bulawayo J.M International Airport

Immigration Turn Away J’Burg  Musician Dan Tshanda  From Bulawayo  J.M International Airport

POPULAR musician Dan Tshanda was on Wednesday turned away from the Joshua Mqabuko International Airport in Bulawayo after failing to produce proper travelling documents to immigration officials. The South African Ndivhuwo hit-maker, who last performed in Bulawayo three years ago, was expected to meet fans and show organisers at the Selbourne Hotel in the city on Wednesday afternoon ahead of his show at Hartsfield Rugby Ground on August 29. Speaking from his base in Johannesburg,…

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‘U.S. Remains Deeply Concerned About , ‘Itai Dzamara’ Whereabouts And Well Being’

‘U.S. Remains Deeply Concerned About ,  ‘Itai Dzamara’ Whereabouts And Well Being’

Last Sunday, August 9, marked five months since the disappearance of Zimbabwean civil society activist and leader of Occupy Africa Unity Square, Itai Dzamara. The United States remains deeply concerned about Mr. Dzamara’s whereabouts and wellbeing, and we are equally concerned by the apparent lack of progress by authorities in their investigation.We join the European Union in their calls to the Zimbabwean authorities to mobilize their resources to investigate the circumstances surrounding Mr. Dzamara’s abduction,…

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Three ‘Illegal Gold Panners Crushed To death In Midnight Rockfall At Geelong Mine In West Nicholson

Three ‘Illegal Gold Panners Crushed To death In Midnight Rockfall At Geelong Mine In West Nicholson

THREE gold panners were crushed to death at Geelong Mine in West Nicholson while the fourth one was seriously injured during an ill-fated search for gold in a 400 metre deep mineshaft. The bodies of the three men were retrieved yesterday at around 11AM following their death around midnight on Saturday. Three of the victims were brothers; two who died Bonnet Phiri, 39 and Milton, 35 and the only survivor Willard, 41, who suffered neck,…

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‘African Migrants Are Threatening Our Standard Of Living’- UK Foreign Secretary ‘Philip Hammond’

‘African Migrants Are Threatening Our Standard Of Living’- UK Foreign Secretary  ‘Philip Hammond’

Philip Hammond, the UK’s Foreign Secretary, has accused African migrants seeking a better life in Europe of undermining the continent’s “standard of living”. Speaking during a visit to Singapore, Mr Hammond said Britain’s “number one priority” was to find a way to make it easier to send would-be asylum seekers back where they came from, adding that Europe could not “absorb millions of migrants from Africa”. He told BBC News that in many cases migrants…

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Bulawayo Council , “Pro-Poor Policy”, Amending Vending By-laws & Accommodating Increase In Vendors

Bulawayo Council , “Pro-Poor Policy”, Amending  Vending By-laws  & Accommodating Increase In Vendors

Bulawayo City Council has started amending its vending by-laws to accommodate the increasing number of vendors and allow them to operate in the city centre. Bulawayo mayor Martin Moyo recently defied a government directive to drive away street vendors from the city centre, arguing that his council had a “pro-poor policy” and would find other ways of accommodating them without disturbing formal traders. “The process of preparing amended vending by-laws is already underway and these…

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‘Higher &Tertiary Education Minister Moyo Blasts Zimpapers On Tweeter For Firing 109 Employees’ ?..??

HIGHER and Tertiary Education Minister Jonathan Moyo Saturday defied President Robert Mugabe’s call for his lieutenants not to use the internet to castigate each other. Mugabe in his address to the Zanu PF Central Committee Wednesday ordered his comrades off social media. Said the veteran leader: “If you want to depend on the Internet for your own direction then you are being wrong-minded. “Let us also not undermine each other.” But Moyo used his Twitter…

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Riot Police, ZNA Chopper, Anti-Riot tanks, ZCTU Siege & Unions Officials Arrests Ends Protests

Riot Police, ZNA Chopper, Anti-Riot tanks, ZCTU Siege & Unions Officials  Arrests Ends Protests

Anti-riot police in Harare on Saturday besieged the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions ( ZCTU) offices before the start of the demo, briefly arresting top officials before releasing them. ZCTU’s department of  information revealed that on Saturday truckloads of heavily armed police officers in vans were moving along the roads leading to the ZCTU offices in Harare chanting songs. “They were supported by Israel made anti-riot tanks intimidating the would be demonstrators. An army helicopter…

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‘And The West Seriously Thought Diesel Doesn’t Flow From Chinhoyi Rocks’,..Viva Zanu PF!…lol

‘And The West Seriously Thought Diesel Doesn’t Flow From Chinhoyi Rocks’,..Viva Zanu PF!…lol

photo- In the dead of the night on a day in 2007, self-styled traditional healer Rotina Mavhunga ordered three government ministers – Didymus Mutasa (now fired from Zanu PF), Kembo Mohadi and Sydney Sekeramayi – to mobilise a 50-vehicle convoy which drove for 230km to Makuti and Kariba on a pointless trip as part of her elaborate con.-newzimbabwe

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North Korea Sets Clocks Back By 30 Minutes To Create Own Timezone And Break From ‘Imperialism’

North Korea Sets Clocks Back By  30 Minutes To Create Own Timezone And Break From ‘Imperialism’

(CNN)North Korea is its own world in many ways. Now, it is getting its own time zone to match. State news agency, KCNA, has announced that North Korea will set its clocks back by 30 minutes to “Pyongyang time” on August 15–the 70th anniversary of liberation from Japan. That will reset the time to GMT+08:30, as it was before Japanese colonization. “The wicked Japanese imperialists committed such unpardonable crimes as depriving Korea of even its…

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Harare Council To launch Water Disconnection Blitz On Residents Water Rates

Harare Council To launch Water Disconnection Blitz On Residents Water Rates

Harare City Council has indicated that it will soon launch blitz on residents who are owing it for water supply. Harare residents Trust revealed the move saying the council was preparing to pounce on the residents soon. “The City of Harare has indicated that it will unleash a blitz to disconnect water from residents who owe them money,” said the Trust. “The HRT says water is a right and should not be disconnected from anyone…

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