NONSENSE!-MDC-T calls for a national demonstration on June 5 to force President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government to agree to reform demands.

NONSENSE!-MDC-T calls for a national demonstration on June 5 to force President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government to agree to reform demands.

The MDC T spokesperson Thabita Khumalo claims they have by Mnangagwa’s “intransigence and goal-shifting” over Electoral reforms for 30 July 2018. Khumalo said her party is not happy with amendments to the Electoral Act passed by Parliament and signed into as by Mnangagwa early this week. She said that theMDC T opposition will continue to demand an open tender for the printing of the harmonised 2018 ballot papers. Nelson Chamisa’s right-hand man Charlton Hwende said…

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ZIMBABWE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT (ConCourt) Deputy Chief Justice Elizabeth Gwaunza yesterday effectively barred millions of Zimbabweans based in the diaspora from voting in 2018 polls

ZIMBABWE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT (ConCourt) Deputy Chief Justice Elizabeth Gwaunza yesterday effectively barred millions of Zimbabweans based in the diaspora from voting in 2018 polls

ZIMBABWE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT (ConCourt) Deputy Chief Justice Elizabeth Gwaunza yesterday effectively barred millions of Zimbabweans based in the diaspora from voting in this 2018 polls after it dismissed an application for amendment of provisions of the Electoral Act to allow them to vote from their respective bases.   WWW.NEWZIMBABWEVISION.COM says, wake up Zimbabwe, diaspora Zimbabweans who are over 5 million spread out worldwide, generally left Zimbabwe as they fled from persecution and a collapsed economy,…

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BREAKING NEWS: Zimbabwe will hold the long awaited 2018 Harmonised General Election on 30 July 2018.

BREAKING NEWS: Zimbabwe will hold the long awaited 2018 Harmonised General Election on 30 July 2018.

BREAKING NEWS: WWW.NEWZIMBABWEVISION.COM CAN NOW TELL ZIMBABWE THAT PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has made a Presidential proclamation through an extraordinary government gazette, declaring that Zimbabwe will hold the long awaited 2018 Harmonised General Election on 30 July 2018. While on one hand we celebrate, the announcement of election dates, lets be open minded and assess what lies ahead, then make informed decisions and choices in where to put our viote. This article is designed to awaken…

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RACISM IN AMERICA at Starbucks-Reports from the US show that many people of colour, are racially profiled and discriminated against by the system

RACISM IN AMERICA at Starbucks-Reports from the US show that many people of colour, are racially profiled and discriminated against by the system

In what became a high profile case of racism, by the American society, two black African-American men who were quietly waiting for a business friend at Starbucks , were arrested by police for trespassing. The pair had done nothing apart from peacefully sitting and waiting for their friend, were denied the use of the a restroom. As if that was not enough, a member of staff called the police and police arrived shortly afterwards and…

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MDC T PRESIDENT NELSON CHAMISA CLAIMS HE helped the Rwandan leader turn his ravaged country’s economy around.

MDC T PRESIDENT NELSON CHAMISA CLAIMS HE helped the Rwandan leader turn his ravaged country’s economy around.

In a space of less than five months, several nations have disputed MDC T president Nelson Chamisa’s campaign claims in Zimbabwe. Those who have swifted discounted his falsehoods include, the British government, the US government, and now Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame, has taken to twitter to deny MDC T president Nelson Chamisa’s claims that he helped Rwanda’s economy. Chamisa who is now, a regular with his at times, commonly ridiculous or immature, claimed , while…

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UNDERGROUND TUNNELS AND BUNKERS BUILT DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR discovered in Mbare at Beatrice cottages.

UNDERGROUND TUNNELS AND BUNKERS  BUILT DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR discovered in Mbare at Beatrice cottages.

Beatrice cottages were resident to a group of Italian prisoners of war who had been captured by the allied troops during World War 2. During the second world war 1939 to 1945, Rhodesia was host to more than 12 000 prisoners of war captured by the allied troops. The whole exercise was shrouded in secrecy but Rhodesia kept German, Austrian, Polish, Italian and Iraqi prisoners of war on behalf of the British empire. Now more…

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HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS OF TONS OF PLASTIC PRODUCED GLOBALLY are mainly dumped on land, but a substantial amount, of everyday plastics including single use plastic backs, plastic coffee or tea stirrers, plastic tea or drink containers, water, cool drink and detergent bottles are thrown into the sea

HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS OF TONS OF  PLASTIC PRODUCED GLOBALLY  are mainly dumped on land, but a substantial amount, of  everyday plastics including single use plastic backs,  plastic coffee or tea  stirrers, plastic tea or drink containers,  water, cool drink and detergent bottles are thrown into the sea by people resulting in global plastic pollution, which is polluting beautiful beaches,  and ingested by marine organisms  such as fish or may generally  sink to the sea floor. Research has found microplastic plastic…

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LAVA FROM KILALUEA VOLCANO ERUPTION IN HAWAAI has destroyed several houses, and reduced over 2000 acres of land to rocky rubble and the molten rock solidifies on cooling.

THE POWER OF MOTHER NATURE!-LAVA FROM KILALUEA VOLCANO ERUPTION IN HAWAAI has destroyed several houses, and reduced over 2000 acres of land to rocky rubble and the molten rock solidifies on cooling. Residents were ordered to evacuate by the National guard as the lava flow, was threatening to cut off the escape route , on Hawaii’s Big Island. More news to follow. By Sibusiso Ngwenya photos -onlineINFORMATION IS POWER!- Please email all your articles, photos and breaking…

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DOWNPOURS AND FLASH FLOODING, in East Midlands in Britain, on Sunday, in some areas resulted in 58mm of rainfall in just one hour on Sunday afternoon, and 81mm in a 12-hour period.

The May bank weekend holiday has been one of major climate events across Britain, including 15,000 to 20,000 lightning strikes down Southern Britain, on Saturday, followed by flash flooding in West Midlands and parts of Wales on Sunday. Buses and cars were brought to a stand still as roads flooded and several residents on Sir Johns Road in Selly Oak, Birmingham , West Midlands, were rescued by firefighters using boats Rainfall average recording for the…

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PHOTOS: SOUTHERN BRITAIN EXPERIENCES BETWEEN 15,000 and 20,000 LIGHTNING STRIKES IN 4HOURS

  In what has been dubbed the “mother of all thunderst storms”, an electrical storm delivered between 15,000 and 20,000 lightning strikes in just 4 hours. When the lightning strikes happened, on Sataurday, this left many people in awe and several placing their lives in danger chasing the electrical storms to take photos of the lightning strikes which to some was like standing under strobe lights. It is generally recommmended that people should remain indoors,…

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