‘Iconic Mbare Hostels To be demolished’

‘Iconic Mbare Hostels To be demolished’

Harare City Council has resolved to demolish some of its ageing Mbare Hostels to pave way for the construction of 10 000 modern housing units. Mbare councillor, Martin Matinyanya said the move was meant to decongest and bring sanity to the populous suburb, where more than 10 people, in some instances, are cramped in a single room, as a result of shortage of accommodation. “It’s indeed a good project. The flats need to be upgraded…

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First Black, Bulawayo, Roman Catholic Diocesan Priest (88), Monsignor Bernard Mapumavale Ndlovu Dies.

First Black, Bulawayo, Roman Catholic Diocesan Priest (88), Monsignor Bernard Mapumavale Ndlovu Dies.

THE first black Roman Catholic Diocesan priest in the Archdiocese of Bulawayo Monsignor Bernard Mapumavale Ndlovu has died. He was 88. The Archbishop of the Bulawayo Diocese Alex Thomas confirmed the passing away of Monsignor Ndlovu. “He died on New Year’s Day at 11.50 am at Mater Dei Hospital where he had been admitted since 10 December,” he said. Monsignor Ndlovu was born on 5 November 1927 in Kezi. He was ordained Priest on 26…

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‘Zanu-PF Will Never Declare Matabeleland A Disaster Zone’- Coltart

‘Zanu-PF Will Never Declare Matabeleland A Disaster Zone’- Coltart

While I cannot speak with authority regarding the rest of the country, Matabeleland is in the grips of one of the worst droughts we have suffered since 1991/1992. Aside from the poor rainfall, temperatures have soared. Whatever crops were planted after early rains have frazzled and are generally a total write off. Even if it rains now, crop yields across the entire country will be markedly lower than normal. Poor people are telling me that…

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‘Relief For 90 Zimbabweans Stranded At S. Africa Liphalale Police Station ‘

‘Relief For 90 Zimbabweans Stranded At S. Africa Liphalale Police Station ‘

The 90 Zimbabweans left stranded earlier this month at Liphalale police station in South Africa’s Limpopo province, after their employer fired and evicted them for demanding payment for overtime, have been transferred to a temporary shelter by well-wishers. The group, which initially had 300 people, was transferred to Waterbase Disaster Management Centre by the Gift of the Care Givers on Tuesday morning. Some of the members have returned to the homes, while others have relocated…

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Breaking news: Fire Engulfs The Address Hotel In Dubai, Near World’s Tallest Building.

Breaking news: Fire Engulfs The Address Hotel In Dubai, Near World’s Tallest Building.

  Dubai Authorities have allowed New year celebrations to go ahead as despite a fire raging on for over 60minutes so far in the five star Address Hotel In Dubai Near World’s Tallest Building. So far 14 people are confirmed injured so far. The blaze started on the outside of the 20th floor of the 63 flow hotel, and so far there are no indications of whether or not the fire has penetrated the interior of…

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Utakataka Express Injured, Peter ‘Young Igwe” Moyo Fractures Legs In Accident

  Sungura ace, Peter ‘Young Igwe” Moyo and four of his Utakataka Express band members escaped death by a whisker, Thursday 31 December when they were involved in a near fatally accident some 120km north of Beitbridge town.The accident occurred along the Beitbridge Masvingo highway at around 7 am near Bubi River and left the young artist with fractured legs and sprained ribs. Another band member Bismarck Maidza who sustained a broken bone on his…

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Philippines Catholic Diocese Suspends Priest For Hoverboard ‘Stunt’

Philippines Catholic Diocese Suspends Priest For Hoverboard ‘Stunt’

A Catholic diocese in Philippines, the nation which has the largest catholic following on the globe, has suspended a priest from its  its clergy after he  welcomed parishioners to the final blessing of the Christmas Eve mass on while on  a  hoverboard just before the final blessing in the Mass at the church in The priest, at the diocese of San Pablo in Laguna, is seen on a video that was swiftly uploaded and shared widely on Youtube, showing…

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Sudan, Egypt And Ethiopia, Sign ‘Agreement’ On Grand Renaissance Dam

Sudan, Egypt And Ethiopia, Sign ‘Agreement’ On Grand Renaissance Dam

With nearly half of world’s population, over 3 million people living in poverty, whilst more than 1 million people live in extreme poverty, the importance of water to the people is of critical importance especially in a very dry region.   Of concern right now is the construction of Ethiopia’s Grand Renaissance Dam on the Nile. The river Nile, is the longest river in Africa and in the world stretching approximately. 6,670 km in distance…

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18 Months Jail For Ex Jerusalem Mayor Also Ex Israel PM For Bribery

18 Months  Jail For Ex Jerusalem  Mayor Also Ex  Israel PM  For Bribery

Despot led African nations and their apologists followers, could take a leaf from 70-year-old Ehud Olmert , a former mayor of Jerusalem former Israeli Prime Minister’s experience. Zimbabwe is one such nation, with the criminal  despot leader president Robert Mugabe, his Zim1 family, Zanu PF stalwarts and securocrats looting national wealth and resources and engaging in underhand, corrupt dealings with fellow rich underworld criminals. The circle of money is well protected and designed to enrich…

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Roch Marc Kabore Proclaimed Election Winner & New President Of West African Nation, ‘Burkina Faso’

Roch Marc Kabore Proclaimed Election Winner & New President Of West African Nation, ‘Burkina Faso’

Roch Marc Kabore who was a presidential candidate has been declared the election winner and new Burkina Faso president after a clear majority victory in a peaceful election in which millions participated, making him the first newly elected head of state in almost 30 years. Roch Marc Kabore, was a former prime minister of Burkina Faso under the ousted President Blaise Compaore.   This new development comes after a coup earlier on in 2015 and…

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