Afonso Dhlakama Survives 2nd Convoy Attack In 2 Weeks: 9 Renamo Shot Dead

NINE members of a convoy carrying Mozambique’s opposition leader Afonso Dhlakama were killed in a shootout, police said on Saturday, amid conflicting reports on how the gunfight erupted. Police said armed men in the 12-vehicle convoy had opened fire on a minibus taxi carrying civilians while travelling near Imchope in central Mozambique on Friday, killing the driver, while Renamo claimed that the convoy had been ambushed. It was the second time in two weeks that…

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Breaking News: Bulawayo Police In Running Battles With Dynamos Fans

In a shocking and rare development, members of the  Zimbabwe Republic police and a band of Dynamos fans where engaged in running battles in Bulawayo this evening. Dynamos beat Castle Lager Premier league leader one nil at Barbourfields Stadium cutting the lead by four points. Police hardly fight with Dembare fans. Chicken Inn has 49 points and Dembare are joint second with FC Platinum on 45 with six games to go. After the game, Dynamos…

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Military To Monitor 540 Private Airstrips, Suspected Of Animal Trophy & Mineral Smuggling

Military To Monitor 540 Private Airstrips, Suspected Of Animal Trophy & Mineral Smuggling

Zimbabwe Parliament is set to probe 540 private airstrips which are suspected of being used to smuggle out animal trophies and mineral. About 350 private aircrafts are registered in the country and are mainly owned by miners and safari operators. According to Transport and Infrastructure portfolio committee chairman, Dexter Nduna investigations will kick start at Buffalo Range Airport in Chiredzi. “We suspect there is a daily occurrence of such crimes at airstrips that are not…

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‘Negative Media Comments About Mugabe Drive Away Investors’-Psychology Maziwisa

‘Negative Media Comments About Mugabe Drive Away Investors’-Psychology Maziwisa

The Highfield West MP, one of  Mugabe and his  ZANU PF apologists / spin doctor, ‘Psychology Maziwisa’ has  stated that the negative commentry on social media by Zimbabweans , which is mostly targeted at the 91 year old despot President Robert Mugabe are, effectively   driving off foreign investors. Maziwisa was elected MP during the June 10 by-elections. He said Zimbabweans used to be a very proud people, known universally for priding themselves in the uniqueness of their culture,…

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Thousands Demand Justice For 43 Students Abducted By Mexican Police And Killed

  tens of thousands of people have marched in protest from Iguala  in Mexico’s in solidarity with families of the missing 43 students. The 43 students were picked up by police a year ago and then handed over to a drug gang’ Their burnt bodies were later discovered  at a rubbish dump indicating that after the 43  students were kidnapped, they were murdered and their bodies incinerated before being thrown  thrown in the river. The families and…

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Putin Warns UN, ‘Removal Of Syrian President Will Result In Failed State Like Iraq & Lybia

In what is obviously one of the most portent warnings over the Syrian crisis, the  Russia’s President Vladimir Putin, has warned the UN General Assembly gathering in the US, that any attempts to remove the legitimate Syrian President, Bashar Al-Assad, will certainly lead to the development of a failed state like Iraq or Lybia. see more at www.newzimbabwevision.com photo-  Russia’s President Vladimir Putin

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‘Outlawing Section 121 Of The Criminal Law Has Dented Mugabe’s Iron Amour’

‘Outlawing Section 121 Of The Criminal Law Has Dented Mugabe’s  Iron Amour’

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe (91), now in his sunset years after over half a century at the helm of the ruling party and almost three decades as Zimbabwe’s only iron fisted ruler “appears to be losing his tools of oppression”. With successive Constitutional Court (ConCourt) orders declaring large swaths of the loathed Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act (Aippa) ultra-vires the Constitution, last week’s landmark ruling by the apex court to outlaw the obnoxious…

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21 Dead, 100 Wounded In Largely Christian, ‘Bangui, CAR’ Over Killing Of Muslim Taxi Driver

At least 21 people have been killed and 100 wounded in Bangui, the capital of Central African Republic as Muslims attacked a mainly-Christian neighbourhood, medical officials and witnesses have said. Saturday’s attack came after a Muslim man was killed and his body was found dumped in the street, witnesses and a Muslim group spokesman, Ousmane Abakar, told news agencies. Two years of violence, which erupted after Muslim Seleka rebels seized power in the majority-Christian country in…

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‘Pope Francis Gives Powerful Words of Support To Hispanic And Other immigrants In US

‘Pope Francis Gives Powerful Words of Support To Hispanic And Other immigrants In US

Speaking in the birthplace of the US, Pope Francis has offered stout words of support to Hispanic and other immigrants in the country, telling them not to be discouraged at a time when some prominent politicians are directing hostility toward them. The 78-year-old Argentine pontiff toured Independence Hall in Philadelphia before addressing a crowd estimated at more than 40,000 outside the 18th century red brick building where basic US liberties were proclaimed and where independence…

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‘352,792, Diarrhoea Cases ReportedIn 2015, With10,000 Just This Week’: Health ministry

‘352,792, Diarrhoea  Cases ReportedIn  2015, With10,000 Just This Week’: Health ministry

SOME 10,619 cases of diarrhoea and 8 deaths were reported around the country last week with half of the fatalities being children under the age of five, it has emerged. According to a report from the health and child care ministry, typhoid and common diarrhoea cases remain high due to inadequate supply of safe water as well as poor sanitation and hygiene practices. Manicaland (1,534) and Mashonaland West (1,515) were the worst affected provinces followed…

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