Generation 40 (G40) media onslaught on VP Mnangagwa has some of its kingpins openly showing tribal hate against the Vice President

A controversial Zanu PF youth member Energy Mutodi has described the hatred that the G40 faction believed to be led by First Lady Grace Mugabe for Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa as tribal oriented.   In an article he posted on Facebook Mutodi said a faction in Zanu PF known by the name Generation 40 (G40) has continued its media onslaught on Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa with some of its kingpins openly showing tribal hate against…

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South Africa permits to now be issued in Bulawayo too

South Africa permits to now be issued in Bulawayo too

PEOPLE from Matabeleland seeking South African work and study permits can now process their papers in Bulawayo as the Embassy of South Africa has opened offices locally. The opening of the offices has been welcomed by prospective scholars and job seekers. Previously, the permit seekers were forced to travel to Harare for the process. The new offices are located along Samuel Parirenyatwa Street between 13th and 14 Avenue and they opened doors for the public…

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MDC T Morgan Tsvangirai as “politically drowning” and desperate to save his “sinking” ship-Zimbabwe People First (ZPF)

MDC T Morgan Tsvangirai as “politically drowning” and desperate to save his “sinking” ship-Zimbabwe People First (ZPF)

In a savage slap down of People’s Democratic Party (PDP) leader Tendai Biti, former Vice President Joice Mujuru’s Zimbabwe People First (ZPF) has described the erstwhile top lieutenant of opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai as “politically drowning” and desperate to save his “sinking” ship. This comes after Biti’s PDP launched a scathing attack on Tsvangirai at the weekend, which led analysts to believe that this would make it even harder for the country’s fragmented opposition to…

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‘Controversial pastor Paul Sanyangore, takes raw sewage, adds salt, prays for it, and gives Seke road congregants to drink’

‘Controversial pastor Paul Sanyangore, takes raw sewage, adds salt, prays for it, and gives Seke road congregants to drink’

CONTROVERSIAL pastor Paul Sanyangore is at it again! The man of cloth is said to have made his congregants drink raw sewage on Saturday while clearing ground at his church stand along Seke Road. Reports are that those who were clearing the land were thirsty and requested Sanyangore to buy water for them. It is said they could not get the water at nearby tuck-shops before the preacher went and fetched water at a nearby…

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Condemned to hell for use of a toy gun-The Ryan Nush Story

On the 26th of April 2005 the Nation was heart stricken when they heard from radio, tv and newspaper head-lines that Ryan Nush, Cast and Crew members were arrested for use of toy guns, yet the true matter of the story goes deeper than just use of toy guns. One would ask why I chose to tell my story now, yet for so long I have been quit. I’m sure it doesn’t make sense to…

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Bulawayo businessman, director (59) jailed four years for fraudulent sale of same house to two different people

  A PROMINENT Bulawayo businessman who masqueraded as a lawyer and sold his house worth $60 000 to two people who paid for the property in full, has been sentenced to four years in jail. Nesbert Chikaka (59), director of Nisma Engineering in Thorngrove industrial area and resides in Hillside suburb, was convicted of fraud by Bulawayo magistrate Ms Charity Maphosa. The magistrate suspended one year for five years on condition that Chikaka does not…

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Bulawayo and Harare dancers to face off in dance clash at Club 263 in Bulawayo with Bev, heading the Harare team

DANCER Beverly Sibanda will tomorrow headline the Bulawayo vs Harare dance clash that will pit over 20 groups from both cities. The first of its kind, the dance clash at Club 263 in Bulawayo is being organised by Divine Assignments and Dancers Association of Zimbabwe (DAZ). Bev and Apama will head the Harare contingent comprising Fearless, Unique, Expandables and the Bulawayo groups includes Digital Queens, New Age Dance Crew, Ezimnyama, Shosholoza Girlz, Sungura Masters, Khaya…

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‘We love Mugabe, but accept it’s time for him to step down. Like Castro , handed over power, Mugabe must do the same’-Malema.

‘We love Mugabe, but accept it’s time for him to step down. Like Castro , handed over power, Mugabe must do the same’-Malema.

President Robert Mugabe has been implored to step down and allow other Zimbabweans to take over from him, South Africa’s opposition Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) said on Monday. The Julius Malema led outfit said political power should not have to be taken to the grave. “We believe that the Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe, should take a lesson and accept that other Zimbabweans can also lead whilst maintaining and sustaining his great legacy. “He must give…

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‘NONSENSE,…Police don’t force motorists to pay spot fines or impound vehicle’-Gen Com, Augustine Chihuri

‘NONSENSE,…Police don’t force motorists to pay spot fines or impound vehicle’-Gen Com, Augustine Chihuri

Instead, he said motorists pay the fines voluntarily for their traffic offences. POLICE Commissioner General, Augustine Chihuri has denied that police officers force motorists to pay spot fines or impound vehicles. Instead, he said motorists pay the fines voluntarily for their traffic offences. Comm Gen Chihuri said this in his Notice of Opposition to an application by Transparency International Zimbabwe (TIZ) filed at the Bulawayo High Court  last month seeking an order barring the police…

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Byo, Mat North and South have HIV rates above national average, the Zim Population-Based HIV Impact Assessment (ZIMPHIA)

Byo, Mat North and South have HIV rates above national average, the Zim Population-Based HIV Impact Assessment (ZIMPHIA)

  Three Matabeleland provinces are reportedly leading in HIV prevalence rates in the country, a report indicates. Bulawayo, Matabeleland North and Matabeleland South provinces have rates above the national average, the Zimbabwe Population-Based HIV Impact Assessment (ZIMPHIA) 2015-2016 report reveals. “Matabeleland South recorded a prevalence of 22,3 percent followed by Matabeleland North at 20,1 percent while Bulawayo stands at 18,7 percent.”Prevalence of HIV among adults aged 15 to 64 years in Zimbabwe is 14,6 percent:…

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