12 killed, 72 shot , 17 emergency life-saving operations , 12 MDC MPs arrested in  last week’s crippling strike,  welcome to Zimbabwe!

12 killed, 72 shot , 17 emergency life-saving operations , 12 MDC MPs arrested in  last week’s crippling strike,  welcome to Zimbabwe!

Dozens of MDC officials and civic society leaders have gone into hiding as there is no let up by government against pro-democracy and political activists it accuses of being part of last week’s crippling strike.   Despite the withering criticism of government by the international community, security forces were at the weekend accused of abducting relatives of opposition figures and civic society leaders – ostensibly to force them to reveal their whereabouts – although the…

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Five killed in accident along the Chinhoyi-Chegutu road early this morning  after the vehicle rolled  and threw them 20 metres from the road.

Five killed in accident along the Chinhoyi-Chegutu road early this morning  after the vehicle rolled  and threw them 20 metres from the road.

Five people were killed in a road accident some 15 km from Chinhoyi along the Chinhoyi-Chegutu road early this morning.   The five were travelling in a Toyota Wish vehicle whose driver is said to have lost control of the car before it overturned and rolled.   According to police spokesperson for Mashonaland West Inspector Clemence Mabgweazara, the accident victims’ bodies were discovered strewn at the scene of the accident by an informant.   The…

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TWELVE MDC MPs ARRESTED as army and police continue crackdown on protesters

TWELVE MDC MPs ARRESTED as army and police continue crackdown on protesters

TWELVE MDC MPs ARRESTED as army and police continue crackdown on protesters   Twelve MDC members of parliament have been arrested so far at the joint operation between the Zimbabwe Republic Police and the Zimbabwe Defense Forces continued a crackdown on MDC and civic society officials who are alleged to be behind the violent protests that rocked Zimbabwe last week Monday.   Tabitha Khumalo a Bulawayo based MDC MP is in hiding after she was…

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ACTIVISTS call  for  five-day, shutdown protest beginning Monday. I say  destroy the caucus ,or  live with it till 2023, act now, dont back down!

ACTIVISTS call  for  five-day, shutdown protest beginning Monday. I say  destroy the caucus ,or  live with it till 2023, act now, dont back down!

ACTIVISTS call  for  five-day, shutdown protest beginning Monday. I say  destroy the caucus ,or  live with it till 2023, act now, dont back down! SHARE THIS WITH ALL YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY WORLDWIDE,..THE PEOPLE HAVE POWER! www.newzimbabwevision,com says PRESIDENT MNANGAGWA AND VP CHIWENGA are key in decision making and policy implementation in their game on their rules.  Zimbabwe’s future is a global issue, we have the whole world sitting up at attention and rallying victory…

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ZIMBABWE Congress of Trade Unions executives have gone into hiding for fear of reprisals by State security agents after last week’s nationwide protests.

ZIMBABWE Congress of Trade Unions executives have gone into hiding for fear of reprisals by State security agents after last week’s nationwide protests.

ZIMBABWE Congress of Trade Unions executives have gone into hiding for fear of reprisals by State security agents after last week’s nationwide protests. Kudakwashe Munengiwa, ZCTU central region chairperson confirmed the development, saying they have been in safe houses for the past three days.   “We have fled our homes,” he told Southern Eye from his hideout.   “There are people using unmarked vehicles that have been visiting our homes at night and harassing our…

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SIX  burnt beyond recognition when their car burst into flames after  hitting a tree at the 259-kilometre peg along the Masvingo-Beitbridge Highway.

SIX  burnt beyond recognition when their car burst into flames after  hitting a tree at the 259-kilometre peg along the Masvingo-Beitbridge Highway.

SIX  burnt beyond recognition when their car burst into flames after  hitting a tree at the 259-kilometre peg along the Masvingo-Beitbridge Highway. SIX people, two of them believed to be children, were yesterday burnt beyond recognition when their car burst into flames after veering off the road and hitting a tree at the 259-kilometre peg along the Masvingo-Beitbridge Highway. The deceased had just left the Beitbridge Border Post when their car, a small pick-up truck,…

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GOVERNMENT has mobilised more than 140 buses that will carry passengers for $1 per trip in and around Harare starting today as part of long-term interventions to modernise the mass public transport system in Zimbabwe

GOVERNMENT has mobilised more than 140 buses that will carry passengers for $1 per trip in and around Harare starting today as part of long-term interventions to modernise the mass public transport system in Zimbabwe

GOVERNMENT has mobilised more than 140 buses that will carry passengers for $1 per trip in and around Harare starting today as part of long-term interventions to modernise the mass public transport system in Zimbabwe. www.newzimbabwevision.com says this is unsustainable because all it means is fuel delivery will now be mainly to the Government CMED Central Mechanical and Equipment Department , no more queues at empty garages as people know, there will be no fuel…

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MNANGAGWA  FLEES Davos  Forum , to calm fires , smoke signals, drum beats, whistling ululating , toyi-toyi natives on the warpath in Zimbabwe.

MNANGAGWA  FLEES Davos  Forum , to calm fires , smoke signals, drum beats, whistling ululating , toyi-toyi natives on the warpath in Zimbabwe.

MNANGAGWA  FLEES Davos  Forum , to calm fires , smoke signals, drum beats, whistling ululating , toyi-toyi natives on the warpath in Zimbabwe.   Zimbabwe’s president he will return home and skip the World Economic Forum after a week of turmoil in which activists have said at least a dozen people have been killed in a government crackdown.   President Emmerson Mnangagwa had been under growing pressure to come home from a two-week overseas visit…

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‘Attack police stations, and force can be used to defend stations. An police attack may not end well.’ Nick Mangwana Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Permanent Secretary

‘Attack police stations, and force can be used to defend stations. An police attack may not end well.’ Nick Mangwana Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Permanent Secretary

‘Attack police stations, and force can be used to defend stations. An police attack may not end well.’ Nick Mangwana Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Permanent Secretary   The government has warned it will not hesitate to use brutal force on people who are out to destroy the country’s security infrastructure.   Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Permanent Secretary Nick Mangwana told the Business Times this week:   “In situations where there is chaos and…

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