‘Lying Western Governments Are Discouraging Potential Foreign Investors’-Chinamasa

‘Lying Western Governments Are Discouraging Potential Foreign Investors’-Chinamasa

FINANCE minister Patrick Chinamasa has accused western governments of discouraging potential investors from their countries who would have visited Zimbabwe by lying to them about the situation in the country. “I believe that the delegations which come to Zimbabwe, both trade and investment, remain sitting on the fence not entirely because our environment is not ripe to receive them, no, but because they take cue from their political leaders,” said Chinamasa. The minister said this…

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‘17,805 Murders April 2014 to March 2015, 49 Murders A Day In South Africa’

‘17,805 Murders April 2014 to March 2015, 49 Murders A Day In South Africa’

SOUTH AFRICA’s murder rate jumped 4.6 percent in the last year, official data showed Tuesday, with almost 49 people killed every day in a country battling a reputation as one of the crime capitals of the world. A total of 17,805 murders were committed from April 2014 to March 2015, an increase of 782 deaths from the year before. The government admitted that authorities were struggling to tackle the problem, but said the 10-year trend…

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Afonso Dhlakama Survives 2nd Convoy Attack In 2 Weeks: 9 Renamo Shot Dead

NINE members of a convoy carrying Mozambique’s opposition leader Afonso Dhlakama were killed in a shootout, police said on Saturday, amid conflicting reports on how the gunfight erupted. Police said armed men in the 12-vehicle convoy had opened fire on a minibus taxi carrying civilians while travelling near Imchope in central Mozambique on Friday, killing the driver, while Renamo claimed that the convoy had been ambushed. It was the second time in two weeks that…

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Military To Monitor 540 Private Airstrips, Suspected Of Animal Trophy & Mineral Smuggling

Military To Monitor 540 Private Airstrips, Suspected Of Animal Trophy & Mineral Smuggling

Zimbabwe Parliament is set to probe 540 private airstrips which are suspected of being used to smuggle out animal trophies and mineral. About 350 private aircrafts are registered in the country and are mainly owned by miners and safari operators. According to Transport and Infrastructure portfolio committee chairman, Dexter Nduna investigations will kick start at Buffalo Range Airport in Chiredzi. “We suspect there is a daily occurrence of such crimes at airstrips that are not…

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Thousands Demand Justice For 43 Students Abducted By Mexican Police And Killed

  tens of thousands of people have marched in protest from Iguala  in Mexico’s in solidarity with families of the missing 43 students. The 43 students were picked up by police a year ago and then handed over to a drug gang’ Their burnt bodies were later discovered  at a rubbish dump indicating that after the 43  students were kidnapped, they were murdered and their bodies incinerated before being thrown  thrown in the river. The families and…

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Putin Warns UN, ‘Removal Of Syrian President Will Result In Failed State Like Iraq & Lybia

In what is obviously one of the most portent warnings over the Syrian crisis, the  Russia’s President Vladimir Putin, has warned the UN General Assembly gathering in the US, that any attempts to remove the legitimate Syrian President, Bashar Al-Assad, will certainly lead to the development of a failed state like Iraq or Lybia. see more at www.newzimbabwevision.com photo-  Russia’s President Vladimir Putin

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‘Pope Francis Gives Powerful Words of Support To Hispanic And Other immigrants In US

‘Pope Francis Gives Powerful Words of Support To Hispanic And Other immigrants In US

Speaking in the birthplace of the US, Pope Francis has offered stout words of support to Hispanic and other immigrants in the country, telling them not to be discouraged at a time when some prominent politicians are directing hostility toward them. The 78-year-old Argentine pontiff toured Independence Hall in Philadelphia before addressing a crowd estimated at more than 40,000 outside the 18th century red brick building where basic US liberties were proclaimed and where independence…

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Kenyans Are Five Times More Likely To Be Shot Dead By Armed Police Than By Criminals

Research indicates that Kenyans live in fear of being shot dead by what is now commonly viewed as ruthless, lawless armed Kenyan police. It is said that a Kenyan is more likely to be shot dead by the lawless police than by armed criminals’ Statistics show that a total of  at least 70% of 1,868 people died from gunshot wounds inflicted by the Kenyan police force, over the last five years whilst only 14 percent of…

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Breaking news-717 Muslims Killed, 863 Injured In Saudi, Hajj Stampede

Breaking news-717 Muslims Killed, 863 Injured In Saudi, Hajj Stampede

  In what is viewed as the worst incident at the Hajj religious ceremony in Mina , Saudi, since 1990, tragedy has, again, sadly befallen the annual Hajj pilgrimage in Mina in Saudi. 717 Muslims died and at least 863 were  injured, in a street where that is named Street 204 after a stampede occured on Thursday morning. The stampede occured on the outskirts of the holy city of Mecca and the toll will likely rise according to…

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