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- 25 DEAD, 60 INJURED AFTER GUNMEN OPENED FIRE ON AN IRANIAN MILITARY PARADE- Gunmen have opened fire on an Iranian military parade in the south-western city of Ahvaz, killing at least 25 people, including civilians, and injuring 60, state media say
- MDC ALLIANCE LEADER NELSON CHAMISA has ordered Victoria Falls mayor Somvelo Dhlamini to step down.
- ZIMBABWE CIRCUS CONTINUES AS the Ambrose Mutinhiri-led National Patriotic Front has disbanded and its officials are rejoining Zanu-PF after realising that the events that led to the removal of the Robert Mugabe-led government in November last year were in the best interests of the country.
- VICE PRESIDENT RTD GEN CHIWENGA advised to sieze total Zimbabwe power at all costs amid reported growing suspicion by his personal military advisor and confidant, exiled and fallen Ethiopian autarch, Mengistu Haile Mariam,
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 married four times in life. More news to follow.
He was a close friend of radical Black activist Malcom X and famously refued to enlist in the army when the Vietnam war was raging on in 1967.
He is famously remembered for saying, .’You look at Miss Ammerica, you see white, you look at Miss Universe, you see white, even Tarzan and the King of the jungle in Africa, you see white’, going on to fight for equality of all races. By Sibusiso Ngwenya
photo-BBC-Legendary boxer Muhammad Ali, pictured at a celebrity boxing match in 2012