‘US Is Reportedly Close To Establishing A Military Airfield In Botswana’

This is not the first time that the southern Africa country, which is the current chair of the regional bloc SADC, is linked to the US military projects. Speculation was rife in the 1990s that Botswana was hosting a United States airbase The US embassy in Gaborone this week confirmed that plans are at an advanced stage to set up a military airfield in Botswana. There are claims that with the planned military airfield, a…

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BREAKING NEWS: US CAPITOL BUILDING IN LOCKDOWN

BREAKING NEWS: US CAPITOL BUILDING IN LOCKDOWN The US Capitol Building has, reportedly been put under lock down after a female staffer inside was spotted with a handgun. The US Capitol Building is one of the most secure buildings in the state. Police have advised for people to stay away from windows and to keep their phones on silent while they bring the situation under control. This comes hot on the heels of the massacre…

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UK Astranaught Major Tim Peake’s Precisely Managed Return To Earth After Six Months In Space

    At 3.34am, today, the hatch between the International Space station (ISS) was closed, 250 miles above earth. After 186 days on ISS, today at 652 the Soyuz capsule undocked from the International Space Station (ISS) and separated from International Space Station. The capsule fired off several engine thrusters to push itself clear of the International space station (ISS) and, drifted off to a distance of approximately 12km from the orbiting International Space Station…

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‘If You Ever Dream Of Beating Me, You Better Wake Up And Apologise!’-Muhammad Ali Has Died.

 Three Times World champion, and Olympic Gold Medalist, the fast, agile, big hearted, entertainer, muslim, legendary boxer, arguably the most famous  name on the globe, boxer Muhammad Ali has died, after being rushed to hospital, over a day ago due to breathing difficulties and eventually ending up in ICU yesterday. He was born,  Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr on January 17, 1942,  and passed away at the age of 74  suffering from parkinson disease since 1984, having…

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Zimbabweans Graduate At Harvard Medical School Through The United States Student Achievers Programme

Photo-EducationUSAZimbabwe-Zimbabwean USAP students  who graduated from Harvard Medical School . Rising from the entropy and suffering in their motherland, a visionary trio, of Zimbabwean USAP students,  comprising  Dr. Portia Chipendo,  Dr. Emmanuel Magara and Dr. Fallon Chipidza have sucessfully  graduated from Harvard Medical School as Zimbabwean USAP students . The three did not let their economic background or standard educational facility backgrounds, hamper their development. Instead they used that as a step to unimaginable heights of achievement including their…

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‘Dark Irony As An Outspoken Firearms Advocate Jamie Gilt Is Shot By Her Four Year Old Son’.

‘Dark Irony As An Outspoken Firearms Advocate Jamie Gilt Is Shot By Her Four Year Old Son’.

  Just hours after an outspoken United States,gun rights activist had boasted online on facebook about how ‘jacked’ up her son was, to shoot a weapon, she was, shot and wounded by her 4 year old son.   The 4 year old who was sitting in the back, managed to reach out and pick up the 45 calibre handgun, fire and injure his mum, Jamie Gilt, the Florida woman, a prominent firearms advocate in the United…

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Longest-Serving US Prisoner Held In Solitary Confinement ‘Albert Woodfox’ Freed After 43 Years

Longest-Serving US Prisoner Held In Solitary Confinement  ‘Albert Woodfox’ Freed After 43 Years

The longest-serving prisoner to be held in solitary confinement in US history, Albert Woodfox, has walked free in Louisiana after 43 years. Woodfox was part of the group known as the “Angola Three”, after the prison where they spent years in confinement. He had been there since April 1972 for the murder of a prison guard. Maintaining his innocence in the death of Brent Miller, Woodfox, 69, was finally freed after accepting the lesser charge…

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US Gvt Urged To Influence Bretton Woods Institutions To Block New Lending To Zimbabwe

US Gvt Urged To Influence Bretton Woods Institutions To Block New Lending To Zimbabwe

Government has castigated the United States for meddling in Zimbabwe’s internal affairs in a way that seeks to weaken the country’s sovereign status and reverse its successful land reform programme.This was after the US Senate Committee on Foreign Relations chairman Mr Bob Corker wrote a letter to that country’s secretary for Treasury Mr Jacob Lew on January 28, 2016 urging the US government to use its influence at the Bretton Woods institutions to block any…

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‘In Harlem (USA), Blacks, Suffer, Diseases & Murders Galore, Yet US Come With Regime Change’-Mugabe

‘In Harlem (USA), Blacks, Suffer, Diseases & Murders Galore, Yet US Come With Regime Change’-Mugabe

Individualists and factionalists have no place in the Zanu-PF government and people should respect the leadership appointed at the party’s 2014 National People’s Congress, President Robert Mugabe said yesterday. Addressing hundreds of Zanu-PF supporters at the Harare International Airport on his return from the 26th Ordinary Summit of the African Union in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, President Mugabe warned those denigrating his appointees that they would soon fall by the wayside. The President, whose one-year tenure…

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More Than 32Trillion Litres Of Raw Sewage Flow Into US Waterways Annually

More Than 32Trillion Litres Of Raw Sewage Flow Into US Waterways Annually

There is growing concern about the pollution on the Anacostia river, the capital, Washington in the United States of America.  Every year, at  least 32 trillion litres of raw sewage and toxic materials flow into US waterways each year, destroying the quality of water as human waste and toxic materials build up on the river threatening water life such as fish.By Sibusiso Ngwenya photo-a cleanlife,-Trash on the Anacostia River after a rainstorm.

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