Legendary R’n’B Stars, Toni Braxton & Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds To Spend A Week In Zimbabwe

Legendary R’n’B Stars, Toni Braxton & Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds To Spend A Week In Zimbabwe

America’s legendary R’n’B superstars, Toni Braxton and Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds will be spending a week in Zimbabwe later this month as part of their African Tour. Popularly known as America’s ‘musical husband and wife’, the two legends who will be performing at Borrowdale Racecourse on August 28 are expected to touch down at Harare International Airport on August 24, marking their first visit to Africa. They will depart for Durban on August 29 where they…

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‘Frustrated VP Mphoko Twice Offered To Resign Over Tense Relation With VP Mnangagwa’

‘Frustrated VP Mphoko Twice Offered To Resign Over  Tense Relation With VP Mnangagwa’

A frustrated Phelekezela Mphoko twice approached President Robert Mugabe offering to resign from his post as co-vice president due to a tense relationship with his counterpart, Emmerson Mnangagwa, the Zimbabwean reported. Both were made vice presidents at last year’s Zanu-PF congress where the former deputy, Joice Mujuru, was kicked out for reportedly working to topple Mugabe. Trusted sources told The Zimbabwean this week that animosity between the two had reached boiling point and Mugabe was…

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Dickson Chingaira Makoni aka ‘Cde Chinx Is Alive, Contrary To Death Reports’

Dickson Chingaira Makoni aka ‘Cde Chinx Is Alive, Contrary To Death Reports’

Musician and song-writer, Dickson Chingaira Makoni aka Cde Chinx is alive, contrary to messages going around social media platforms. Social media had been abuzz with news that Cde Chinx had passed on at Parirenyatwa Hospital on Tuesday. ZBC News visited the musician at his Chitungwiza house where he however admitted that he was not feeling too well, but says he still has more energy and strength to pen more songs. His love for music made…

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Zulu ‘King Goodwill Zwelithini, Wanted Trip To Zimbabwe Kept Secret For Security ‘ – Report

Zulu ‘King Goodwill Zwelithini, Wanted  Trip To Zimbabwe  Kept Secret For Security ‘ – Report

King Goodwill Zwelithini’s entourage wanted his impending visit to Zimbabwe kept a secret amid security concerns, a report said on Wednesday. Zwelithini is reportedly set to visit Zimbabwe’s mining town of Gwanda in Matabeleland South at the end of August to attend the wedding ceremony of a South African-based Zimbabwean businessman. Organisers of the event in Zimbabwe said Zwelithin’s entourage had requested that his visit be kept a secret for security reasons, state-owned Herald newspaper…

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Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) Fires More Than 200 Employees-‘Supreme Court Ruling’

Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) Fires More Than 200 Employees-‘Supreme Court Ruling’

The Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) has reportedly fired more than 200 workers, journalists included in line with the Supreme Court ruling which has seen more than 20 000 workers being fired by employers in a space of one month. The Zimbabwe Union of Journalists has announced that there national broadcaster has since joined the band wagon of firing workers willy nilly. “Unconfirmed reports indicate that more than 200 colleagues at ZBC have received three month…

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Welcome To Zimbabwes, ‘Grinding Poverty& Despair; Your Blind Loyalty To A Tyrant, Helped Create It!

Welcome To Zimbabwes, ‘Grinding Poverty& Despair; Your Blind Loyalty To A Tyrant, Helped Create It!

“President Robert Mugabe yesterday delivered one of his shortest speeches in his political career at the National Sport Day to commemorate the Defences Forces Day,” reported Bulawayo 24. The speech lasted 25 minutes; that is news! Mugabe applauded the Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF) for standing resolute against the proponents of regime change agenda. Well that explains why his speech was unusually short; he did not want to give too much away. He has a big thank…

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Zim Gays Criticise Parirenyatwa Over Remarks ‘Homosexuality Contributes To Rise In prison HIV’

Zim Gays Criticise  Parirenyatwa Over Remarks  ‘Homosexuality Contributes To  Rise In prison HIV’

Zimbabwean homosexuals have criticised Health Minister David Parirenyatwa over remarks he made recently that homosexuality contributed to increased HIV in prisons, a report said. Parirenyatwa told the state-owned Herald newspaper this week that the prevalence of HIV and Aids showed that people were jailed while already infected or that there was rampant homosexuality behind bars. In response, the Gays and Lesbians of Zimbabwe (GALZ) said although they welcomed Parirenyatwa’s attitude towards opening a debate on…

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‘UK Based Zim Mechanic ‘Stabbed Zim Wife To Death At Home 2Weeks After Spouse Assault Clearance’

‘UK Based Zim Mechanic ‘Stabbed Zim Wife To Death At Home 2Weeks After Spouse Assault Clearance’

A MECHANIC allegedly stabbed his wife to death at her home two weeks after he was cleared of beating her up, a court in the UK heard this week. Shonhiwa “Gibson” Mazikana, 41, blamed Emily Munemo, 42, for the case and had asked a friend if he knew anyone who could “do the job for me”, Southwark crown court was told. On the day of the killing in January this year, Mazikana was due to…

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ZNA A Formidable Force Safeguarding Integrity, Sovereignty, Social & Economic Development.-Mugabe

ZNA  A Formidable Force Safeguarding Integrity, Sovereignty, Social & Economic Development.-Mugabe

President Robert Mugabe, who is also the Commander-in-Chief of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF) has commended the defence forces for its role in being a formidable force that safeguards the country’s territorial integrity, sovereignty, social and economic development. President Mugabe was speaking at the National Sports Stadium in Harare in his keynote address at the Zimbabwe Defence Forces Day celebrations. He paid homage to the Pakistan government for its military assistance which has always been…

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Three ‘Illegal Gold Panners Crushed To death In Midnight Rockfall At Geelong Mine In West Nicholson

Three ‘Illegal Gold Panners Crushed To death In Midnight Rockfall At Geelong Mine In West Nicholson

THREE gold panners were crushed to death at Geelong Mine in West Nicholson while the fourth one was seriously injured during an ill-fated search for gold in a 400 metre deep mineshaft. The bodies of the three men were retrieved yesterday at around 11AM following their death around midnight on Saturday. Three of the victims were brothers; two who died Bonnet Phiri, 39 and Milton, 35 and the only survivor Willard, 41, who suffered neck,…

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