Sunday Mail Editor , Investigations Editor & Reporter Arrested Over Exposing Police , Parks and Wildlife Rangers &Asian Poaching Syndicate In Hwange National Park

Sunday Mail Editor , Investigations Editor & Reporter Arrested Over Exposing Police , Parks and Wildlife Rangers  &Asian Poaching Syndicate In Hwange National Park

In  a rare development, Sunday Mail editor Mabasa Sasa, investigations editor Brian Chitemba and reporter Tinashe Farawo were on Monday arrested over reports that a syndicate comprising police officers, Parks and Wildlife Management Authority rangers and Asians was behind the latest spate of elephant killings in Hwange National Park. Sasa, Chitemba and Farawo were still detained at Harare Central Police Station last night and police were still to record their warned and cautioned statements. It…

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Sinai plane crash: ‘External influence’ caused crash

The Russian airline Kogalymavia has blamed “external influence” for Saturday’s Sinai plane crash which killed 224 people. A senior airline official said: “The only reasonable explanation is that it was [due to] external influence.” An investigation by aviation experts using data from the aircraft’s “black boxes” has yet to give its conclusions. The head of Russia’s Federal Aviation Agency said it was premature to speculate on the cause of the crash. “This kind of talk…

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‘Zimbabwe Is A Low Income Country, With People Living On Average US$3,24 A Day’ – World bank

‘Zimbabwe Is A Low Income Country, With People Living On  Average US$3,24 A Day’ – World bank

The ZimStart has reported that the World Bank has classified Zimbabwe as the low income country with an average Zimbabwean living on US$3.24 a day in September. This was according to the World Bank’s Bank updated international poverty line of US$1.90 a day while the old line was at US$1.25. Latest available data show that 72% of the population lives below the poverty lines amid revelations that the total consumption poverty line (TCPL) for Zimbabwe…

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‘Grace Mugabe Poised To Be Zimbabwe’s First Female Dictator’

THE MDC says First Lady Grace Mugabe might be the “world’s first female dictator” and seek to torment her adversaries in Zanu-PF, Southern Eye reported. MDC national organising secretary Shepherd Dube yesterday told Southern Eye that developments on the ground showed that Grace was keen to take over power from her husband, President Robert Mugabe. “In case Grace Mugabe becomes President, within the first three months of her rule she will arrest many Zanu-PF and…

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AUSTRALIA HAS SCRAPPED THE MONARCHY BASED KNIGHTS AND DAMMES , NATIONAL HONOUR SYSTEM.

Australia has Scrapped the Mornarchy Honours system of Knights and Damme arguing that this is necessary because these titles are now anarchronistic, out of date and incompatible with compatible with mordern day Australia. By Sibusiso Ngwenya

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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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