SEVERE CASH SHORTAGES, ERRATIC FUEL SUPPLIES, PRICE HIKES will mark the debilitating Zimbabwe’s political stalemate

SEVERE CASH SHORTAGES, ERRATIC FUEL SUPPLIES, PRICE HIKES will mark the debilitating Zimbabwe’s political stalemate

WWW.NEWZIMBABWEVISION.COM SAYS, a true leader will put the interests of the people at heart above and beyond his or her own, case in point, in the early eighties at the height of gukurahundi, when Joshua Nkomo saw the suffering of the Ndebele people, instability in Zimbabwe and massive threat posed by the continued defiant stance to Mugabe and his Zanu pf oppressive authority, he humbled himself and allowed Zapu to submit to mugabe and be…

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CARLIFONIA WILD FIRES FORCED ROUGHLY 50,000 PEOPLE FROM THEIR HOMES .

CARLIFONIA WILD FIRES FORCED ROUGHLY 50,000 PEOPLE FROM THEIR HOMES .

12,000 firefighters were brought in to fight Redding area Carlifornia fire about 230 miles (370 kilometers) north of San Francisco has destroyed more than 500 buildings destroyed 139 square miles (360 square kilometers) / 150 acres (61 hectares).of area and forced roughly 50,000 people from their homes, threatening more than 4,500 structures.   It is reported that a vehicle problem sparked the fire on Monday, but only on l Thursday did the fire explode and…

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FORMER UNITED STATES DIPLOMATS TO ZIMBABWE, SAY MNANGAGA States diplomats have described Monday polls as a mere political charade and urged the world’s biggest economy to be wary of deeply engaging President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

FORMER UNITED STATES DIPLOMATS TO ZIMBABWE, SAY MNANGAGA States diplomats have described Monday polls as a mere political charade and urged the world’s biggest economy to be wary of deeply engaging President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

In an article published by the US Council on Foreign Relations titled Zimbabwe’s Upcoming Election Is a Political Charade: Why the US Should Be Wary of Engaging Mnangagwa, Michelle Gavin and Todd Moss said after visiting the country, they were left convinced that Mnangagwa was “a big pretender”.   “We hoped to find signs of genuine progress that would justify a significant change in US policy and new commitments to working with Zimbabwe’s government,” Gavin…

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ZIMBABWEANS DON’T KNOW THEIR TRUE POWER,.INFORMATION IS POWER! Born Rhodesian ‘Sibusiso Ngwenya ‘ a.k.a Nyamangara, totem Gushungo proudly 50% Ndebele, 50% Shona 100% Zimbabwean! ONE ZIMBABWE, for all coloureds, blacks, whites ,all races and all tribes.

ZIMBABWEANS DON’T KNOW THEIR TRUE POWER,.INFORMATION IS POWER! Born Rhodesian ‘Sibusiso Ngwenya ‘ a.k.a Nyamangara, totem Gushungo proudly 50% Ndebele, 50% Shona 100% Zimbabwean! ONE ZIMBABWE, for all coloureds, blacks, whites ,all races and all tribes.

ALL WWW.NEWZIMBABWEVISION.COM WORK IS PUBLIC, facebook groups, website and my timeline, all open to everyone irrespective of political orientation, race, tribe, gender, religion or other grouping. Zimbabwe is in difficult position, with the reported MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa’s declaration that he will reject any harmonised electoral outcome which does not favour him.   This is typically a most immature and undemocratic stance, where the nation is seeking a return of the Rule of Law…

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ZIMBABWE DEMOCRACY AND ECONOMIC RECOVERY ACT (2001) (ZIDERA) and steps Zimbabwe needs to take to have sanctions lifted by US

ZIMBABWE DEMOCRACY AND ECONOMIC RECOVERY ACT (2001) (ZIDERA) and steps Zimbabwe needs to take to have sanctions lifted by US

ZIMBABWE DEMOCRACY AND ECONOMIC RECOVERY ACT (2001) (ZIDERA) and steps Zimbabwe needs to take to have sanctions lifted by US.   The Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Tuesday approved bipartisan legislation introduced by U.S. Senators Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) and Chris Coons (D-Del.), both members of the committee, to lay the framework for U.S. relations with the government in Zimbabwe.   Senators Flake and Coons led a bipartisan Congressional delegation to Harare, Zimbabwe’s capital, in April….

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ZIMBABWE’S 30 JULY 2018 ELECTIONS -LAND IS AT STAKE ‘Don’t lose sleep over demos… opposition is making unnecessary noise’, says Zim president at a’whites only’ rally at Borrowdale race course in Harare.

ZIMBABWE’S 30 JULY 2018 ELECTIONS -LAND IS AT STAKE ‘Don’t lose sleep over demos… opposition is making unnecessary noise’, says Zim president at a’whites only’ rally at Borrowdale race course in Harare.

ZIMBABWE’S 30 JULY 2018 ELECTIONS -LAND IS AT STAKE ‘Don’t lose sleep over demos… opposition is making unnecessary noise’, says Zim president at a’whites only’ rally at Borrowdale race course in Harare. The issue of land to the indigenous people of Zimbabwe, may simpmly ne political hogwash, tell the people what they want to hear, end of story as is evidenced by the overwhelming support for Zimbabwe’s black president iEmmerson Mnangagwa, who drew massive support…

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UNITED STATES LAUNCHES a five-year $35 million program that will offer services to 250,000 HIV-affected orphans and vulnerable children, 59,500 households, and 15,000 vulnerable youth.

UNITED STATES LAUNCHES a five-year $35 million program that will offer services to 250,000 HIV-affected orphans and vulnerable children, 59,500 households, and 15,000 vulnerable youth.

HARARE – The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) announces the launch of Pathways, a five-year $35 million program that will offer services to 250,000 HIV-affected orphans and vulnerable children, 59,500 households, and 15,000 vulnerable youth.   Operating in nine districts in Zimbabwe with high HIV burden, Pathways will put communities on a path to self-reliance by building capacity in local institutions to provide a comprehensive set of services that improve health, nutrition, and…

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ZIMBABWE POLICE , RAIDED A BORROWDALE HARARE HOUSE, AND RECOVERED US$4 MILLION AND 98 kg GOLD stashed in suitcases.

ZIMBABWE POLICE , RAIDED A BORROWDALE HARARE HOUSE,   AND RECOVERED  US$4 MILLION AND  98 kg  GOLD stashed in suitcases.

POLICE raided a Harare house following a tip-off on Thursday and recovered US$4 million in cash and 98 kilogrammes of gold stashed in suitcases.   National police spokesman Chief Superintendent Paul Nyathi confirmed the raid yesterday, saying five suspects had been picked up for questioning in connection with the case.   It is believed the five suspects intended to smuggle the money and gold out of the country. Police sources said they received a tip-off…

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BULAWAYO WHITE CITY STADIUM BOMBING, -41 INJURED President Emmerson Mnangagwa has assured the nation that the Zimbabwe government will not implement a state of emergency after the Bulawayo White City stadium bombing

BULAWAYO WHITE CITY STADIUM BOMBING, -41 INJURED President Emmerson Mnangagwa has assured the nation that the Zimbabwe government will not implement a state of emergency after the Bulawayo White City stadium bombing

BULAWAYO WHITE CITY STADIUM BOMBING, -41 INJURED President Emmerson Mnangagwa has assured the nation that the Zimbabwe government will not implement a state of emergency after the Bulawayo White City stadium bombing in a failed assassination attempt. WWW.NEWZIMBABWEVISION says, people must not underestimate the damage caused, because it could easily be a device that was meant to cause maximum damage, but failed to fully discharge on detonation. This is normal of home made bombs, we…

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US-WHITE COP, FIRED FOR ILLEGALLY DETAINING HIS DAUGHTER’S BLACK boyfriend without cause on April 16 and telling him he was “going to jail,”

US-WHITE COP, FIRED FOR ILLEGALLY DETAINING HIS DAUGHTER’S BLACK   boyfriend without cause on April 16 and telling him he was “going to jail,”

A white police officer is currently contesting his firing after he was terminated for detaining his daughter’s black boyfriend without cause.   John Kovach Jr., a police officer who served in Lorain, Ohio, pulled over 18-year-old Makai Coleman on April 16 and told him he was “going to jail,” according to the Elyria, Ohio, Chronicle-Telegram.   In the dashcam footage, Coleman can be heard asking why he is being detained. Kovach replies, “You’re going to…

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