Bulawayo-Joburg Intercape Bus Nearly Hijacked In South Africa On Sunday Morning

SIXTY-Five Zimbabweans were nearly hijacked aboard an Intercape bus in neighbouring South Africa today in the morning. An unidentified number of pistol and rifle wielding men nearly commandeered the Bulawayo/Johannesburg bus near Hammanskraal, after the Carousel Tollgate, at around 6.00AM today but the driver’s bravery made it impossible for the passangers to suffer the horror of being hijacked. Passengers, who were still struggling to come to grips with the ordeal, told Bulawayo24.com that the hijackers…

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Cameron Claims ‘Labour Is Now A Threat To National, Economic And Your family’s Security’

Cameron Claims ‘Labour  Is Now A Threat To National, Economic And Your family’s Security’

In the wake of veteran  Jeremy Corbyns surprise victory in the labour party leadership battle, the British Prime Minister and leader of the Conservatives party,  David Cameron has posted on twitter that ‘The Labour Party is now a threat to our national security, our economic security and your family’s security’. source-twitter see more at www.newzimbabwevision.com photo-guardian-British Prime Minister and leader of the Conservatives party,  David Cameron

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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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40,000 migrants will be relocated to other EU states over the next two years

40,000 migrants will be relocated to other EU states over the next two years

Migration has been top of the agenda for the European Union Summit summit, which opened on Thursday. European Union partners, have faced a deluge of thousands of migrants arriving by sea, many fleeing ,persecution, war , violence, terror and also simply economic migrants fleeing poverty mainly across African countries such as Syria, Eritrea, Somalia and Nigeria. European Union (EU) leaders, after marathon deliberations over the unprecedented number of migrant arrivals on European shores that has…

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