Botswana Police Arrest Six Zimbabwean Member Crime Syndicate Terrorising Gaborone & Surrounding Areas

POLICE in Botswana have reportedly arrested a six-member gang of Zimbabweans believed to have been committing a series of robberies and break-ins in Gaborone and surrounding areas. Botswana’s Voice newspaper reported that various stolen items which include television sets, laptops, cellphones, cash and borehole equipment was recovered a week ago and was now being kept at Mogoditshane Police Station. The paper indicated that six Zimbabwean men were arrested and one of them is said to…

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‘You Can’t Run ZIFA With Your Own Money,’ Mliswa Warns ZIFA Presidential Aspirants

POLITICIAN and former sports administrator, Temba Mliswa, has warned ZIFA presidential candidates to disabuse themselves of the idea that they can run the affairs of the association using personal funds. Mliswa’s remarks come after flamboyant businessman and ZIFA presidential aspirant, Phillip Chiyangwa, donated $10,000 to the Warriors after their CHAN qualification. Chiyangwa is the only candidate to official announce his candidature for the ZIFA post left vacant after the departure of Cuthbert Dube. Chiyangwa has…

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‘Power Generation To Fall Further By January 2016 As Kariba Levels Drop’- Energy Minister Samuel Undenge

‘Power Generation To Fall  Further By January 2016 As Kariba Levels Drop’- Energy Minister Samuel Undenge

THE Minister of energy and  power development . Samuel Undenge has said by 2016 expectations were high that electricity generation in Zimbabwe will be reduced hence the government was preparing for such eventualities.   Speaking in parliament, Undenge said hours of load shedding have actually lessened when we compare with four weeks ago.   “We have undertaken a number of measures over the past three or four weeks ago, to ensure that hours which people are…

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‘South Africa Defence Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula’s Son, Stabbed To Death In Bezuidenhout Valley’

‘South Africa Defence Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula’s Son, Stabbed To Death In Bezuidenhout Valley’

SOUTH AFRICA – Police here have confirmed that the son of Defence Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula has been stabbed to death in Bezuidenhout Valley. Chumani Nqakula was stabbed in the upper body on Saturday and died at the scene. Reports from South Africa say the 23-year-old was killed by someone he knew. Chumani is the son of Mapisa-Nqakula and former Cabinet Minister Charles Nqakula. The South African National Defence Force says his mother was on a…

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Assistant Police Commissioner, Parks & Wildlife Rangers, & Asians In Elephant Cyanide Killings Syndicate

Assistant Police Commissioner, Parks & Wildlife Rangers, & Asians In Elephant Cyanide Killings  Syndicate

A syndicate comprising police officers, Parks and Wildlife Management Authority rangers and Asians is behind the latest spate of elephant killings in Hwange National Park, it has emerged.   One of the suspects under active instigation is an assistant commissioner of police.   Several others have been arrested in connection with the killing of 22 jumbos last Sunday, including a junior cop and a Parks camp manager.   The syndicate has allegedly killed around 55…

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‘I Plan To Hold , ZIFA, CAF & FIFA Posts And Place Zimbabwe On International Map’- Phillip Chiyangwa

Ten provincial chairpersons were yesterday dazzled by aspiring Zifa presidential candidate Phillip Chiyangwa’s flamboyance and possibly his manifesto as they unanimously endorsed him for the December 5 election during a meeting held in the capital. The endorsement came barely a few days after Chiyangwa was endorsed by the four regional chairs. The meeting, as expected, was held at Chiyangwa’s offices along Enterprise Road in Harare and was attended by all the 10 provincial chairpersons, with…

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‘Mankind Has Failed To Cure Old Age And Mugabe Now An International Spectacle!’

AT a ripe age of 91, President Robert Mugabe has often astounded many, including his most ardent critics by looking to be in relative good health and retaining a remarkable sharp memory. In fact, in a country which sends its 65 year-olds into retirement for old age, little is often expected of nonagenarians. President Mugabe has presided over burial ceremonies of younger lieutenants, speechifying for hours at the funerals. The tough President often boasts that…

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Zanu PF MP Claims To Have Buried Many Zisco Workers Due To Poverty

Zanu PF MP Claims To Have Buried Many Zisco Workers Due To Poverty

KWEKWE Central MP Masango Matambanadzo has claimed to have participated in the burial of many Zisco workers indicating that many of those alive were seriously ill and un able to survive due to non payment of salaries by the company. He made the remarks during parliament seating. “What is Government policy regarding companies which stopped working because they have no money to operate? I am talking of parastatals such as ZISCO which is in Kwekwe….

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Sir ‘Fall -A-Lot Mugabe’s Saga, Raises calls For Constitutional Ammendment

Sir ‘Fall -A-Lot Mugabe’s Saga, Raises calls For Constitutional Ammendment

Youths have come out guns blazing on Social media soon after the near fall of President Robert Mugabe in India, calling for the legislators to amend Section 91.1.b of the Zimbabwean constitution.   The section says “A person qualifies to be president or vice president if he has attained the age of forty” Mugabe was, Wednesday, assisted by Indian Premier Narendra Modi after the 91-year old leader lost balance and nearly tumbled while walking up…

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ZIMRA Marginalising Mat’South, Collects US$2m Daily At Beitbridge Border, But No Development – Mphoko

ZIMRA Marginalising Mat’South, Collects US$2m Daily At Beitbridge Border, But No Development – Mphoko

Acting President Phelekezela Mphoko has said the impoverished Matabeleland South is Zimbabwe Revenue Authority’s cash cow as it collects a cool $2m daily. The money is collected at Beitbridge border post but the funds are used to develop other areas. In Matabeleland North there’s drought and people are suffering while Matabeleland South has since become Zimbabwe Revenue Authority’s cash cow. Zimra collects about $2 million per day through Beitbridge border post but there’s little to…

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