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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SENGAZO Tshabangu takes ZEC toilet scandal to Senate

SENGAZO Tshabangu takes ZEC toilet scandal to Senate

SENGAZO Tshabangu takes ZEC toilet scandal to Senate Opposition senator Sengezo Tshabangu has demanded answers from the Finance Ministry on why Treasury went ahead to disburse US$9 million towards the procurement of portable toilets and vests from a South African firm long after the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) had tried to source for them for use in the 2023 elections. Tshabangu, who is CCC Matabeleland North province senator, was speaking in the upper house this…

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NELSON Chamisa undermined democratic principles within CCC

NELSON Chamisa undermined democratic principles within CCC

NELSONB Chamisa undermined democratic principles within CCC Welshman Ncube, interim president of the Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC), criticized former leader Nelson Chamisa for undermining democratic principles within the opposition, which he believes has contributed to its current divisions. Ncube pointed to Chamisa’s consolidation of power, describing him as having reduced the party into a one-man show where he held multiple roles including president, spokesperson, secretary general, and treasurer general without democratic oversight. Speaking recently,…

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FORTY people escaped unharmed when an Inter Africa Bus caught fire slong Mutare Masvingo highway early Tuesday morning.

FORTY people escaped unharmed when an Inter Africa Bus caught fire slong Mutare Masvingo highway early Tuesday morning.

FORTY PEOPLE escaped unharmed when an Inter Africa Bus caught fire along the Mutare-Masvingo highway early Tuesday morning. Miraculously, the pre-dawn fire resulted in no casualties. In a statement, the police said: “The Zimbabwe Republic Police confirms a fire incident which occurred at the 11 kilometre peg along the Mutare-Masvingo Road on June 25, 2024 at around 0445hrs. “An Inter Africa Bus, which was stationary, caught fire after it began to smoke from the driver’s…

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Chamisa must come out clean says Ibbo Mandaza

Chamisa must come out clean says Ibbo Mandaza

NELSON Chamisa must come out clean, says Ibbo Mandaza a prominent academic and publisher. Professor Ibbo Mandaza says Zimbabwe’s main opposition leader Nelson Chamisa owes voters an explanation of what happened before, during and after last year’s general elections followed by the implosion of his Citizen Coalition for Change (CCC) party now captured by the ruling Zanu-PF to dispel rumours that he is a state project. Posting on X/Twitter, Mandaza said: “I believe it’s overdue…

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South Africa former president Jacob Zuma to expose ‘white agents’

South Africa former president Jacob Zuma to expose ‘white agents’

SOUTH AFRICA firmer president Jacob Zuma to expose ‘white agents’ Umkhonto Wesizwe (MK) Party leader, Jacob Zuma, through the party’s spokesperson addressed the media on Sunday night where he slammed the newly formed Government of National Unity. Zuma while present, did not speak initially but his statement was read out by Nhlamulo Ndhlela, the party’s spokesperson. I can tell you, as an ANC member, that there’s no such thing as the Government of National Unity…

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Mnangagwa aligned spostolic sects allege violent attacks from Mthwakazi Republic Party (MRP)

Mnangagwa aligned spostolic sects allege violent attacks from Mthwakazi Republic Party (MRP)

PRESIDENT Mnangagwa aligned apostolic sects allege violent attacks from Mthwakazi Republic Party (MRP) The sect has accused Mthwakazi of launching violent attacks on ZANU-PF-affiliated apostolic sects in Bulawayo and other parts of Matabeleland, targeting sacred shrines under the guise of removing alleged dangerous weapons. These white garment churches are seen as traditional support bases for President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s party, potentially making them targets for retribution by the MRP. The Mapositori for Economic Development (ED), representing…

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Wicknell Chivayo Aquas bought from stolen Guvamatanga gvt cash-war vets watchdog

Wicknell Chivayo Aquas bought from stolen Guvamatanga gvt cash-war vets watchdog

WICKNELL CHIVAYO Aquas Bought from Stolen Guvamatanga Govt Cash- War Vets Watchdog. Controversy Surrounds Alleged Use of Taxpayer Funds for Varakashi Cars A major scandal has erupted in Zimbabwe as allegations surface that taxpayer money was used to purchase Toyota Aqua vehicles for the ruling party‚Äôs Varakashi, not by the philanthropist and convicted money launderer Wicknell Chivayo as previously claimed. The revelation has sparked widespread outrage and demands for accountability. The allegations were brought to…

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‘I’m not sick but old’ says Vice President Kembo Mohadi (74)

‘I am not sick but old,’ says Vice President Mohadi (74) The second Vice President Kembo Mohadi (74) has dispelled rumours circulating about his deteriorating health and said he is fit and in good health but old age is now taking its toll on him. Mohadi said this last Friday at Manama High School, his former school in Gwanda South where he was donating laptops and sport accessories after a severe bout of cough that…

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