SA Withdraws Angolan Refugees Status And Will Deport 2000 Some With 18 years In SA ,

SA Withdraws Angolan Refugees Status And Will Deport  2000 Some With 18 years In SA ,

  About 2000 Angolan refugees – many of whom have been living in South Africa for as long as 18 years – face deportation following the withdrawal of their refugee status. And those from at least three other African countries are next on the list. This is part of the government’s new strategy to repatriate refugees once peace and stability have returned to their countries. Home Affairs officials confirmed this week that refugees from Liberia,…

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‘In True Zim Style, Bernie Bismarck’s BD Promotions Fled With US$15 000, Toni Braxton Royalties’

‘In True Zim Style, Bernie Bismarck’s BD Promotions Fled With US$15 000, Toni Braxton Royalties’

  LOCAL music promoter, Bernie Bismarck’s BD Promotions failed to pay National Arts Council of Zimbabwe (NACZ) royalties worth US$15 000 after successfully bringing in Toni Braxton and Babyface to perform in the country. According to the Standard, Promoters bringing in foreign artistes are supposed to pay a certain amount of money to NACZ. Acting minister of Sport, Arts and Culture, Walter Mzembi on Friday confirmed the development during the launch of Sungura-ace Peter Moyo’s…

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Migrant Organizations Lambast South African Govt Over Handling Of ZSDP Permits

Migrant Organizations Lambast South African Govt Over Handling Of ZSDP Permits

Migrant organisations have lambasted the government for its handling of the application process of the Zimbabwean Special Dispensation permits. This came at a time when hundreds of Zimbabwean immigrants were on Friday seen wait to be deported from the Lindela Repatriation Centre outside Johannesburg. Zimbabwe Permits Assist organisation said Zimbabweans in South Africa have until September 30 to collect their documents from the Visa and Permit Facilitation Centres across all nine provinces. “Failure to do…

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late VP Joshua Nkomo’s Son Sibangilizwe Nkomo, Reacts Angrily To VP Mnangagwa’s Claims

THE late Vice-President Joshua Nkomo’s son Sibangilizwe Nkomo yesterday reacted angrily to Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s claims that his father lost the 1980 elections to President Robert Mugabe because he represented white minority interests. Mnangagwa recently told the New African magazine that the former late Rhodesian Prime Minister Ian Smith at one time confided in him and Mugabe that Nkomo and Zanu founder, Ndabaningi Sithole lost the elections because they were not principled and did not…

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Mthwakazi Kingdom To Be A Reality As New Ndebele King Will Be Installed Within 12 months

Mthwakazi Kingdom is finally become a reality and the new king will be installed within the next twelve months. This was said by spokesperson for the Khumalo chieftainship Reverend Bruce Khumalo at the annual Mzilikazi commemoration ceremony held at old Bulawayo yesterday. Addressing thousands of people who braved the cold weather, Khumalo said the process of identifying the heir to the throne has been completed and the new king identified. The inauguration of the king…

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Historians Must Actively Research & Document Ndebele History, Right From King Mzilikazi-VP Mphoko.

Historians Must Actively Research & Document Ndebele History, Right From King Mzilikazi-VP Mphoko.

VICE-President Phelekezela Mphoko yesterday joined thousands of people in commemorating the death of the founding king of the Ndebele state, Mzilikazi kaMatshobana, at Mhlahlandlela, just outside Bulawayo. In his address, VP Mphoko encouraged the nation to value its history, taking into cognisance that a nation without a history is a failed nation. He said historians in the country should take cue from such events to actively research on and document the history of the Ndebele,…

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‘God Sent Me To Serve Zimbabwe & I Will Carry On The “Divine Task” Without Backtracking’

‘God Sent Me To Serve Zimbabwe & I Will Carry On The “Divine Task” Without Backtracking’

” “The bidding says you move forward ever. Do not retrace when you are right. No backward movement when you are right. Your principles must be well defined . If they are those principles meant to enhance your people so they fit on the great neighbourhood, then there is no retreating. Principles become sacred.” Lest we forget, two years ago,  at 89,the despot now  91 year old Zimbabwe’s president, Mugabe , stated in no uncertain…

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Growing Pressure To Impeach 91 Yr Old Despot Mugabe (Section 109 of Zim Constitution )

Growing Pressure To Impeach 91 Yr Old Despot Mugabe (Section 109 of  Zim Constitution )

Pressure to impeach President Robert Mugabe over his “appalling handling” of the national economy is growing and risks throwing the country into fresh political crisis. Zimbabwe’s vocal opposition is calling for a non-partisan all-stakeholders conference to consider impeaching the 91-year-old president. Section 109 of the Zimbabwean Constitution allows a vote of no confidence to be passed in government through a joint resolution passed by at least two thirds of the total membership in Parliament. The…

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Gwanda Magistrate Mabeza Recuses Self In , Nigerian Pastor Oma Alponsus Achinulo’s Case

GWANDA Regional Magistrate Joseph Mabeza has recused himself from a theft case involving over $70,000 after a Bulawayo-based Nigerian businessman and pastor Oma Alponsus Achinulo expressed fears that he would not get a fair trial as the magistrate had allegedly dined with state witnesses. Achinulo, 48, of Suburbs, who is a businessman and Liberation Centre pastor in Bulawayo, is facing 14 counts of theft involving more than $70,000 following claims by his business partner Nicholas Masuku…

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Victoria Falls, Fuel stations, Lament Cheaply Priced Black Market Fuel Flooding Streets

About 10 service stations in the resort town sell fuel at between $1.28 and $1.32 per litre of diesel while petrol is being sold at between $1.44 and $1.50 per litre. The illegal fuel dealers in Victoria Falls are charging $7 for five litres of petrol and motorists prefer to buy from the black market. The illegal dealers procure the commodity from Kasane in Botswana and Livingstone in Zambia where a litre of petrol costs…

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