President Mnangagwa must return Zimbabwe People’s Revolutionary Army (Zipra) assets.

President Mnangagwa must return Zimbabwe People’s Revolutionary Army (Zipra) assets.

President Mnangagwa must return Zimbabwe People’s Revolutionary Army (Zipra) assets. ZIPRA war veterans have criticized the government for retaining their properties, arguing that returning these assets should be a priority in addressing the Gukurahundi atrocities. Joakim Moyo, the deputy spokesperson for the veterans, emphasized that resolving property issues should precede the Gukurahundi hearings. He stated that the properties were acquired to support Zipra veterans under the principle of black empowerment, not charity. Moyo also criticized…

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2 Chinese nationals deported for abusing a mine worker in Zimbabwe

2 Chinese nationals deported for abusing a mine worker in Zimbabwe

TWO Chinese nationals deported for abusing mine worker in Zimbabwe at Makanga mine.in Bindura. Two Chinese nationals have been deported for abusing a mine worker at Makanga Mine in Bindura. This action followed the circulation of a video showing the worker tied up and hanging from a loader bucket. Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services, Mr. Nick Mangwana, confirmed the deportation on his X handle. A video showing an alleged…

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Ex-MDC MP Takalani Matibe, takes a dig at ‘selfish’ Chamisa.

Ex-MDC MP Takalani Matibe, takes a dig at ‘selfish’ Chamisa.

Ex-MDC MP Takalani Matibe, takes a dig at ‘selfish’ Chamisa Former Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) Chegutu West legislator Takalani Matibe has defected to Zimbabwe’s ruling party, Zanu-PF, after completing Marxist indoctrination at the Chitepo School of Ideology in Dadaya National Youth Training Centre, Midlands. Matibe, who was previously associated with the Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) after his tenure with the MDC from 2008 to 2013, ran unsuccessfully as an independent candidate in the…

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Zimbabwe opposition parties should unite to fight Zanu-PF-Morgen Komichi

Zimbabwe opposition parties should unite to fight Zanu-PF-Morgen Komichi

Zimbabwe opposition parties should unite to fight ZANU PF – Morgan Komichi It is very vital to unite the opposition people so that we can fight zanupf together. After the death of President Morgan Tsvangirayi the opposition has hardly fought Zanupf, instead we have been fighting amongst ourselves. After 2018 elections instead of putting pressure on Zanupf we went on to recall MPs. After 2023 elections we are still recalling each other. Guys ask yourself…

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Wicknell Chivayo protected while Moses Mpofu and Mike Chimombe are sacrificed?

Wicknell Chivayo protected while Moses Mpofu and Mike Chimombe are sacrificed?

WICKNELL Chivayo protected while Moses Mpofu and Mike Chimombe are sacrificed? Zimbabwe’s political system is reeling from a major corruption scandal and has decided to protect ex-convict tycoon Wicknell Chivayo, who is close to President Emmerson Mnangagwa, while targeting his estranged business partners, Moses Mpofu and Mike Chimombe. Chivayo, reportedly in Dubai, has had a fallout with his partners over a lucrative but corrupt US$100 million tender with the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC). The scandal…

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PROPHET Walter Magaya Premier Soccer League fined $82,000 by FIFA for breaching the contracts of Brazillian expatriate players.

PROPHET Walter Magaya Premier Soccer League  fined $82,000 by FIFA for breaching the contracts of Brazillian expatriate players.

PROPHET Walter Magaya Premier Soccer League fined $82,000 by FIFA for breaching the contracts of Brazilian expatriate players. Failure to settle this fine by July 27 will result in a ban for three consecutive transfer windows, prohibiting Yadah Stars from registering new players both locally and internationally. The penalties arise from Yadah’s breach of contracts with Brazilian trio Joao Pedro Marques Barcellos, Juan Luciano Faria, and Deivid Pereira de Brito, who were introduced by the…

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SUSAN Chenjerai, famously known as “Mai Rwizi” from the Mukadota Family television show, has passed away at the age of 83.

SUSAN Chenjerai, famously known as “Mai Rwizi” from the Mukadota Family television show, has passed away at the age of 83.

SUSAN Chenjerai, famously known as “Mai Rwizi” from the Mukadota Family television show, has passed away at the age of 83. Chenjerai was celebrated for her exceptional talent as an actor and musician, particularly for her role as “Mai Rwizi” alongside Safirio Madzikatire on Zimbabwe Television’s Mukadota Family series. Born in Mbare, Chenjerai began her career with groups like the Bantu Actors and later joined Mukadota’s band Safe Brothers in 1969. She also collaborated with…

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‘MLISWA accused of poisoning Dzamara?’

‘MLISWA accused of poisoning Dzamara?’

‘MLISWA accused of poisoning Dzamara?’ Controversial socialite Susan Mutami has cast aspersions on her baby father Temba Mliswa. Mutami accused Mlisa of being a Satan, she asked him about who poisoned Patson Dzamara. Patson Dzamara died colon cancer at the age of 34 years. He came into the public spotlight when he became the leading voice in the search for his brother, Itai, a journalist and activist who relentlessly challenged former president Robert Mugabe at…

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12 school children injured in school bus and train crash at Wilton Level crossing in Mutare

12 school children injured in school bus and train crash at Wilton Level crossing in Mutare

12 SCHOOL school children were injured on Wednesday morning at the Wilton Level Crossing in Mutare when their school bus was struck by a train. The National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) said initial investigations showed that the bus driver of the Versatile Academy school bus “failed to follow level crossing rules and tried to beat the train to the level crossing, resulting in the accident.” “The accident is a stark reminder to all drivers to…

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PHOPHI Ramathuba’s appointment spells trouble for Zimbabwe

PHOPHI Ramathuba’s appointment spells trouble for Zimbabwe

PHOPHI Ramathuba’s appointment spells trouble for Zimbabwe Phophi Ramathuba’s election as the first female premier of South Africa’s Limpopo province has reignited discussions on Zimbabwe’s socio-economic impact on neighboring countries, particularly regarding healthcare and public services. Ramathuba, known for her outspoken criticism of Zimbabwean governance failures, highlighted issues of strain on South Africa’s health system due to Zimbabweans seeking medical treatment across the border. Political analyst Rashweat Mukundu emphasized that Ramathuba’s election serves as a…

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