BREAKING: Chinese mining company seeks to evict 20,000 people from Domboshawa after it was granted granite mining rights

BREAKING: Chinese mining company seeks to evict 20,000 people from Domboshawa after it was granted granite mining rights

BREAKING:CHINESE MINING COMPANY seeks to evict 20 000 people from Domboshava after it was granted granite mining rights as , in Zimbabwe mining rights supersedes the right to occupation according to a law that was passed during the Rhodesia regime A Chinese mining company has come under fire after it sought to evict about 20 000 people in Domboshava after it was granted granite mining rights. In a statement on Friday Deputy Government Spokesperson energy…

Read More

‘GORRILLA SELFIE ‘: DRC park ranger Mathieu Shamavu explains photo with two orphaned females at Virunga mimicking humans that went viral

‘GORRILLA SELFIE ‘: DRC park ranger Mathieu Shamavu  explains photo with  two orphaned females at Virunga mimicking humans that went viral

They pout, tilt their heads, and turn one hip to the camera for a slimmer silhouette, their brown hair catching the light as they pose for a selfie.But these are no tourists: they are Ndakazi and Ndeze, two orphaned gorillas in Virunga national park in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. And they forgot to suck their bellies in.The “gorilla selfie” went viral after it was shared by Mathieu Shamavu, the ranger who captured it.Shamavu…

Read More

SAUDI ARABIA executed 37 men convicted of terror-related crimes, and crucified one

SAUDI ARABIA executed 37 men convicted of terror-related crimes, and crucified one

One of the convicts was crucified, according to an interior ministry statement carried by the Saudi Press Agency (SPA).In Saudi Arabia, crucifixion means the body of someone executed is strung up and put on display as a deterrent to others.“The death penalty was implemented on a number of criminals for adopting extremist terrorist ideologies and forming terrorist cells to corrupt and disrupt security as well as spreading chaos and provoking sectarian strife,” SPA said in…

Read More

LOTTERY BOSSES REFUSE to pay out £4million win over fears , that pair used a stolen debit card to buy the winning ticket

LOTTERY BOSSES REFUSE to pay out  £4million win over fears , that pair used a stolen debit card  to buy the winning ticket

Lottery bosses are reportedly investigating a £4 million scratchcard won by two convicted crooks.Mark Goodram, 36, and Jon-Ross Watson, 31, appeared to have embarked on a four-day celebration to celebrate the multi-million pound win.But according to The Sun, lottery company Camelot is refusing to pay out the jackpot amid concerns the ticket was bought with a stolen debit card.The newspaper reported that the winning scratchcard was bought with a debit card but when Goodram and…

Read More

TWO PIRATE TAXI vehicles hijacked in separate incidents in Bulawayo on Wednesday night.

TWO PIRATE TAXI vehicles hijacked in separate incidents in Bulawayo on Wednesday night.

TWO pirate taxi operators lost their Honda Fit vehicles to unknown carjackers in separate incidents in Bulawayo on Wednesday night. The first incident involved four unknown men who carjacked a Honda Fit driver they had hired from Plumtree Town to Bulawayo. The second one involved an unknown man who hired a Honda Fit driver to take him to Lochview suburb and when they arrived at his destination he tricked the driver into exiting the car…

Read More

MNANGWAGWA WELCOMES FELLOW DICTATOR, UGANDAN President Museveni with a 21-gun salute and Guard of Honour inspection

MNANGWAGWA WELCOMES FELLOW DICTATOR, UGANDAN President Museveni with a 21-gun salute and  Guard of Honour inspection

His presence at the annual show adds to the international flair where 16 countries, including Belarus, Botswana, Ethiopia, Japan, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, United States of America and Zambia, are participating. The United States of America has also returned to the ZITF after a three-year absence, a development which observers say is an indicator of Washington’s commitment to re-engage with Zimbabwe.Under the new political order led by President Mnangagwa,…

Read More

POACHER SHOT DEAD AND 3 poachers flee undressed in Hwange National park when caught bathing in Hwange National Park

POACHER SHOT DEAD AND 3  poachers flee undressed in Hwange National park when caught bathing in Hwange National Park

A SUSPECTED poacher was shot dead on Monday night in Hwange National Park, while his three accomplices escaped undressed following a gunfire exchange with Zimparks patrol officers.The deceased, who is believed to be a local, was standing guard and armed with a rifle, while his three colleagues took a bath when a patrol team comprising parks rangers and police officers spotted them.Zimparks spokesperson Tinashe Farawo said a gunfire exchange with poachers resulted in the tragic…

Read More

WHITE SUPREMACIST with tatoo of black man with a noose around his neck hanging from a tree, has been executed Texas for brutal dragging death of black man

WHITE SUPREMACIST with tatoo of black man with a noose around his neck hanging from a tree,  has been  executed Texas for brutal dragging death of black man

A self-confessed racist behind one of the most gruesome hate crimes in US history has been executed in Texas.John William King was executed by lethal injection for the dragging death of James Byrd Jr, who was chained to the back of a truck and dragged for nearly three miles along a secluded road near Jasper, Texas, in 1998.Mr Byrd, 49, who prosecutors say was targeted because he was black, was alive for at least two…

Read More

MALI’S ENTIRE GOVERNMENT RESIGNS AFTER 134 people were massacred in an attack on a village in central Mali a few weeks ago.

MALI’S ENTIRE GOVERNMENT RESIGNS AFTER 134 people were massacred in an attack on a village in central Mali a few weeks ago.

Mali’s Prime Minister Soumeylou Boubèye Maïga and his entire government have resigned, said the country’s secretary general in a statement.The mass resignation was accepted by President Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta, who offered thanks for “loyalty” and “high sense of duty,” said the statement released Thursday.After stepping down, Maïga took to Twitter to express his gratitude to the president for having permitted him and his government to “serve our country and our citizens” in a “crucial time…

Read More

SILOBELA, DAM SITE BOTTLE STORE patrons shot by driver Mike Mlilo (35) at Insukamini Business Centre, 1dead, 1critically injured after they accused him of flashing them with his lights

SILOBELA, DAM SITE BOTTLE STORE  patrons shot by driver Mike Mlilo (35) at Insukamini Business Centre, 1dead, 1critically injured after they accused him of flashing them with his lights

A 35-year-old-man from Silobela shot patrons at Dam Site Bottle Store at Insukamini Business Centre after an argument, leaving one dead and another critically injured. The incident occurred on Independence Day at around 11pm when Mike Mlilo of Magola Village under Chief Masila in Silobela opened fire on patrons who were drinking beer at the bottle store after they accused him of flashing them with his vehicle lights. Mlilo allegedly shot Gift Bhebhe in the…

Read More
1 2 3 4 5 6 368