‘1.5 Million Zimbabweans At Risk Of Hunger’-VP Mphoko Says No One Will Die Of Hunger?

‘1.5 Million Zimbabweans At Risk Of Hunger’-VP Mphoko Says No One Will Die Of Hunger?

ZIMBABWEANS won’t die of hunger, vice president Phelekezela Mphoko has been quoted as saying. This is despite reports this week that at least 1.5 million people were at risk of going hungry after a drop in maize production. Mphoko said the country’s smallholder farmers had the potential to feed the nation, the state media reported Friday. The vice president said this after touring agricultural stands at the on-going Harare agricultural show. “I’ve seen that farmers have a…

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‘Indigenisation & Economic Empowerment Promote Artisanal Mining (Chikorokoza) & TB’-Parirenyatwa

HEALTH and child care minister David Parirenyatwa says the country’s indigenisation and economic empowerment laws have promoted artisanal mining (Chikorokoza) which is contributing to the rise in Tuberculosis cases. The minister was speaking at the second stakeholder meeting on TB in the mining sector in Harare Friday. It is estimated that over two million people are into artisanal mining throughout the country with most of them in the gold sector. Artisanal miners who use traditional…

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‘World’s Oldest Leader, & 3RD Worst African Leader, Among Africa’s Richest, 5Th Most Famous African Dictator’

‘World’s Oldest Leader, & 3RD Worst African Leader, Among Africa’s Richest, 5Th Most Famous African Dictator’

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has been judged the most educated African leader by a popular African website which however places him an ignominious third among the continent’s worst leaders. According to the latest rankings published by AnswersAfrica.com, which focuses on African affairs, Zimbabwe’s founding leader outshines his younger peers with seven degrees to his name. Among Mugabe’s academic credentials are degrees in economics and law obtained with South African and London universities. The veteran President, who…

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‘General Mujuru’s Brother ‘Joel’ Threatens Suicide Over Mujuru’s Suspicious Death’

‘General Mujuru’s Brother ‘Joel’ Threatens Suicide Over Mujuru’s Suspicious Death’

As emotions continue to boil over the disputed circumstances surrounding the death of liberation struggle icon General Solomon Mujuru, whose charred remains were found after a  suspicious fire in 2011, his elder brother Joel says he has often contemplated suicide because of the “painful” desecration of Rex’s name by leaders of the post-congress Zanu-PF, including President Robert Mugabe. Speaking in an exclusive interview with the Daily News this week at his modest Goromonzi plot, the…

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Zulu king Goodwill Zwelithini’s Emissary ‘King Bhunane 3 Sneaks Into Bulawayo’

Zulu king Goodwill Zwelithini’s Emissary ‘King Bhunane 3 Sneaks Into Bulawayo’

King Bhunane 3 of South Africa and members of the Zulu royal family this morning quietly made their way into the country via Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo Airport in Bulawayo. Sources at the international airport confirmed to media that the King of the Hlubi people of South Africa who are subjects of Zulu king Goodwill Zwelithini sneaked into the country as Zwelithini’s emissary. Media was recently a awash with news that King Zwelithini was on his…

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‘Grace Can’t Donate Confiscated Vendor Wares’-Zimbabwe Informal Sector’s Organization (ZISO)

‘Grace Can’t Donate Confiscated Vendor Wares’-Zimbabwe Informal Sector’s Organization (ZISO)

Zimbabwe Informal Sector’s Organization is disturbed by the statements attributed to the First Lady Dr. Mai Grace Mugabe. The first lady announced that she intends to donate wares that were confiscated from the vendors by the municipal police. This is an illegal exercise. ZISO questions the laws relied upon by the municipal police in confiscating the goods. ZISO will make an urgent court application to stop the first lady from donating wares which do not…

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Babyface &Toni Braxton ,RnB Show At Harare Borrowdale Race Course on Saturday

Babyface &Toni Braxton ,RnB  Show At Harare Borrowdale Race Course on Saturday

RnB music lovers find their way to the capital city at the Borrowdale Race Course for another once in a life time music show featuring world class stars Babyface and Toni Braxton. The two musicians are making their first stop of their tour of Africa concepts which will see them visit South Africa and some North and West African countries. According to a ZBC news report, both Babyface and Toni Braxton have already landed in…

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‘R.Malope, H. Mhlaba, T.Tshola &Lusanda Group In Free Gwanda Weekend Gospel Concert’.

‘R.Malope, H. Mhlaba, T.Tshola &Lusanda Group In Free Gwanda Weekend Gospel Concert’.

Gospel music lovers from all over the country are making their way to the Matabeleland South capital Gwanda for the biggest gospel music show to grace the country. Eight South African gospel artists supported by over twenty local artists will be sharing the stage in a two day music concert in the town. Leading the pack of the musicians are The show dubbed “Bringing God to the people” is a free concert sponsored by a…

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Black S.Africans Afraid To Challenge White Supremacy Are Enemies To Disempowered Blacks’-Malema

Black S.Africans Afraid To Challenge White Supremacy Are  Enemies To Disempowered Blacks’-Malema

A BLACK South African afraid to challenge white supremacy is an enemy to disempowered black people, firebrand opposition Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema told students at the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) Soshanguve campus. Mail and Guardian In a speech largely seeking to rally students against voting for the ruling African National Congress (ANC) and its campus affiliate, the South African Student Congress (Sasco), Malema’s cue to the point about white domination was…

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‘Chitungwiza Fires 236 Of At Least 624 Targeted Workers’-Supreme Court Ruling

‘Chitungwiza Fires 236 Of At Least 624 Targeted Workers’-Supreme Court Ruling

CHITUNGWIZA Council yesterday fired 236 workers by way of giving them three months’ notice of termination of their contracts. Town clerk George Makunde said the move targeted those who used to work for the town’s defunct liquor department, workers facing disciplinary issues and those that were illegally employed in 2011. The town was targeting to lay off at least 624 as a way of easing its bloated workforce. They have failed to pay workers for…

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