CORRUPTION: The ex Zimbabwe National Road Administration (Zinara) acting CEO Moses Juma, has been jailed two years for criminal abuse of office

CORRUPTION: The ex Zimbabwe National Road Administration (Zinara) acting CEO Moses Juma, has been jailed two years for criminal abuse of office

In 2016 Juma was first arrested but shockingly released from Avondale police custody when the then Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko stormed Avondale Police Station at night and ordered his release and the serious offence just dissappeared. The new dispensation under Mnangagwa is pushing a zero tolerance to corruption by giving deterrent sentences for corruption and criminal activitie. More news to follow. By Sibusiso Ngwenya. INFORMATION IS POWER!- Lets invite friends and family worldwide and grow…

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Zimvigil Sibusiso Ngwenya at Zimbabwe London embassy, a defiant voice to oppressive Zanu pf authority, voice of the oppressed, advocate for democracy and one voice that refuses to ever be silenced,

Zimvigil Sibusiso Ngwenya at Zimbabwe London embassy, a defiant voice to oppressive Zanu pf authority, voice of the oppressed, advocate for democracy and one voice that refuses to ever be silenced,

14 JULY 2016, Zimvigil Sibusiso Ngwenya at Zimbabwe London embassy, a defiant voice to oppressive Zanu pf authority, voice of the oppressed, advocate for democracy and one voice that refuses to ever be silenced, dancing away at Zimvigil in the relentless battle for a people’s freedom. Lets ramp up our game and continue bringing down our oppressors. It may be a long road, but victory is certain for the people of Zimbabwe,..Aluta continua! By Sibusiso…

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CORONATION OF NDEBELE KING BULELANI KHUMALO in defiance to the constitutional barring of it by the government, is a cultural event of no significance to governance of the nation, according to the Zimbabwe government

CORONATION OF NDEBELE KING BULELANI KHUMALO in defiance to the constitutional barring of it by the government, is a cultural event of no significance to governance of the nation, according to the Zimbabwe government

CORONATION OF NDEBELE KING BULELANI KHUMALO in defiance to the constitutional barring of it by the government, is a cultural event of no significance to governance of the nation, according to the Zimbabwe government. More news to follow. By Sibusiso Ngwenya.

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COURT AWARDS PRO-DEMOCRACY ACTIVIST JESTINA MUKOKO US$150,000 for her torture and illegal detention in 2008.

COURT AWARDS PRO-DEMOCRACY ACTIVIST JESTINA MUKOKO US$150,000 for her torture and illegal detention in 2008.

COURT AWARDS PRO-DEMOCRACY ACTIVIST JESTINA MUKOKO US$150,000 for her torture and illegal detention in 2008.   It is stated that Jestina and other activists were abducted, on 3 December 2008 and they disappeared for three weeks, only for Jestina to be brought to court facing terrorism charges.   Her lawyers indicated that she had been subjected to tortured through beating,, being locked in a freezer and simulated drowning.   According to the charges levelled against…

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‘ZIMBABWE RUNS OUT OF TB, HIV AND HYPERTENSION DRUGS, AND FUEL, and government workforce will be cut massively to stem the cash expenditure’

‘ZIMBABWE RUNS OUT OF TB, HIV AND HYPERTENSION DRUGS, AND FUEL, and government workforce will be cut massively to stem the cash expenditure’

‘ZIMBABWE RUNS OUT OF TB, HIV AND HYPERTENSION DRUGS, AND FUEL, and government workforce will be cut massively to stem the cash expenditure’ Over the last few weeks, there has been a serious shortage of drugs, with Zimbabwe running short of hypertension, TB and HIV drugs and now the country has fuel shortage with queues building up in some regions. The cash-strapped Zimbabwe nation has a massive Cash-strapped Zimbabwe will cut public sector jobs to…

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INTERPOL’S PRESIDENT Mr Meng, 64, who was elected president of Interpol in November 2016 for a term to run until 2020, has gone missing. Interpol connects law enforcement agencies of 192 member countries.

INTERPOL’S PRESIDENT Mr Meng, 64, who was elected president of Interpol in November 2016 for a term to run until 2020, has gone missing. Interpol connects law enforcement agencies of 192 member countries. More news to follow. By Sibusiso Ngwenya.

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ZIMBABWE REPUBLIC POLICE (ZRP) is allegedly retiring all senior police officers who have reached the mandatory retirement age of 50, as laid out in the Zimbabwe Republic Police service in Terms of Section 22(3) of the Police Act Chapter 11:10. According to the Police Act Chapter 11:10.

ZIMBABWE REPUBLIC POLICE (ZRP) is allegedly retiring all senior police officers who have reached the mandatory retirement age of 50, as laid out in the Zimbabwe Republic Police service in Terms of Section 22(3) of the Police Act Chapter 11:10. According to the Police Act Chapter 11:10.

ZIMBABWE REPUBLIC POLICE (ZRP) is allegedly retiring all senior police officers who have reached the mandatory retirement age of 50, as laid out in the Zimbabwe Republic Police service in Terms of Section 22(3) of the Police Act Chapter 11:10. According to the Police Act Chapter 11:10. Its interesting that the retirement age is now 70 for members of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces after a recent change. More news to follow. By Sibusiso Ngwenya.

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BARCLAYS BANK ZIMBABWE , which was acquired by Malawian banking group First Merchant Bank Capital Holdings, will change its name to First Capital Bank Limited with effect Monday 8 October 2018.

BARCLAYS BANK ZIMBABWE , which was acquired by Malawian banking group First Merchant Bank Capital Holdings, will change its name to First Capital Bank Limited with effect Monday 8 October 2018. More news to follow. By Sibusiso Ngwenya.

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ZANU-PF RE-ADMITS EX-SECRETARY FOR ADMINISTRATION Didymus Mutasa and Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans’ Association ex chairperson Jabulani Sibanda .

ZANU-PF RE-ADMITS EX-SECRETARY FOR ADMINISTRATION Didymus Mutasa and Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans’ Association ex chairperson Jabulani Sibanda .

Zanu PF is certainly rebuilding itself ahead of 2023 and has with immediate effect readmitted Didymus Mutasa and Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans’ Association ex chairperson Jabulani Sibanda , South Africa based Chenjerai Kangausaru and is currently still processing applications for expelled members including Retired Brigadier Ambrose Mutinhiri, Kudzanai Chipanga, Anastancia Ndlovu and Innocent Hamandishe. Retired Brigadier General Ambrose Mutinhiri has disbanded his party the National Patriotic Front, the Mugabe party. More news to follow….

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