(ICC) Gives South Africa, More Time To Explain failure To Arrest Sudan’s President

(ICC) Gives South Africa, More Time To Explain failure To Arrest Sudan’s President

THE International Criminal Court has given South Africa more time to explain why it failed to arrest Sudan’s President Omar Hassan al-Bashir, accused by the ICC of war crimes, when he visited the country in June. As an ICC signatory, South Africa is obliged to implement warrants from the court. But when Bashir visited for an African Union summit, the government refused to arrest him, and allowed him to leave the country in violation of…

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‘Met Dpt Lied About Rainfall Hence Kariba Failure To Generate Enough Electricity’-Undenge

‘MET DEPT LIED TO GVT ABOUT PREDICTED RAINFALL, HENCE DROP IN KARIBA DAM LEVELS AND FAILURE TO GENERATE ENOUGH ELECTRICITY’ .. ZANU pf, Energy Minister Samuel Undenge THE country’s meteorological department should not be trusted because it lied to government leading to the failure to prepare for the current power supply crisis, Energy Minister Samuel Undenge has said. Undenge told journalists Thursday that his ministry would no longer trust the met-office following the unprecedented drop…

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‘Ailing Farmer Seeks High Court Relief Against Invading, Zimbabwean- UK Doctor’

‘Ailing Farmer Seeks High Court Relief Against Invading, Zimbabwean- UK Doctor’

THE Centenary farmer who is said to be held hostage by “agents” of a British medical doctor who wants to expropriate his farm has approached the High Court seeking an order to kick out the invaders. In an application made earlier this week Philip Ranken’s son Barry said his father is now running out of food as the stand-off the began on October 9th continues. “The 2nd applicant (Ranken) is running out of food and…

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‘I’m Hurt By Former VP, ‘Joice Mujuru’s Dismissal’ -Grace Mugabe

‘I’m Hurt By Former VP, ‘Joice Mujuru’s Dismissal’ -Grace Mugabe

FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe has claimed  that she is “hurt” that former Vice-President Joice Mujuru had to be expelled from the ruling party last year. President Robert Mugabe’s wife said this to thousands who braved the searing heat and gathered at a rally in Rushinga in Mashonaland Central province. She said her suspicions that the Mujuru faction was working with the opposition had been vindicated. “There are people who died in Mozambique during the war and…

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Grace Panicking About Aged Mugabe’s, Says ‘Tony Blair & George Bush Must Face ICC’

Grace Panicking About Aged Mugabe’s, Says ‘Tony Blair & George Bush Must Face ICC’

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s increasingly belligerent wife and First Lady Grace has wadded into the debate around the International Criminal Court (ICC), accusing the Hague based tribunal of bias against African leaders. Mugabe who has led Zimbabwe with an iron fist for the better part of three and half decades, has been identified as a candidate for an investigation and possible prosecution by the ICC for alleged human rights abuses during his blood-spattered rule. Zimbabwe’s only…

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VP Uses Road, While Grace Uses Two Helicopter Convoy & Confirms Presidential Bid

Speaking at a rally in Rushinga the First Lady, Grace Mugabe, gave one of her clearest hints to date saying that she was mounting her rallies because she did not want to wait until the 2018 elections, as people would then be entitled to ask her where she would have been all along- a statement that insiders said exposed her presidential ambitions. And as if to confirm that even VP Phelekezela Mphoko is not at…

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Five Die In Manicaland Veld Fires

Five people have been killed by veld fires in Manicaland Province while two others were seriously injured this week as the veld fire menace ravages the country. In a space of less than a week, two children in Nyamajurawere were burnt to death while in Chimanimani, a mother and her two children were also killed by veld fires that started in Charter Forests. Timber Producers Federation CEO, Mr Johnson Mhungu described the situation as a…

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Zimbabwean Woman Accused Of Stabbing 3 year Old Son, Faces Deportation From USA

Zimbabwean Woman Accused Of Stabbing 3 year Old Son, Faces Deportation From USA

A ZIMBABWEAN woman accused of stabbing her 3-year-old son in Mississippi last Monday night could be deported if she’s convicted of attempted murder. Nomatter Gava-Hudson is said to have stabbed her son three times in the abdomen as her husband screamed for help. A passer-by offered emergency medical aid and called 911. Police spokesman Sgt. Damon McDaniel said the child was now in hospital. McDaniel said investigators learned that an argument took place between Gava-Hudson…

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A VISIONARY PARTY OR SIMPLY ZANU ‘POOR FINISH’, PAST ITS SELL BY DATE?

A VISIONARY PARTY OR SIMPLY ZANU ‘POOR FINISH’, PAST ITS SELL BY DATE?

  Within a limited space of time, the so called revolutionary party, has , amongst many other disheartening issues. Having failed beyond all imaginable levels of failure to deliver on the NIKUV 2013 Manifesto, particularly ‘3million promised jobs’ which turned out to be 3 million job losses, Zanu PF have already in 2015 only, arrogantly and unashamedly also 1)Encouraged Girl Child Marriages At the age of 12, 2)Distributed sex Enhancing Pills At Rallies, 3)Disencouraged use…

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26 More Elephants Carcasses, ‘Cyanide poison Victims’ Found In Hwange National Park

26 More Elephants Carcasses, ‘Cyanide poison Victims’ Found In Hwange  National Park

    RANGERS in Hwange National Park have discovered the carcasses of 26 elephants at two locations, additional victims of cyanide poisoning. Bhejani Trust and the National Parks and Wildlife Management Authority made the announcement on Wednesday, a week after 14 other elephants succumbed to similar poaching tactics. According to the agency and Bhejani Trust, which undertakes joint animal monitoring and welfare work with the parks agency, the 26 dead elephants were found on Tuesday….

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