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Chaos At ZANU PF Stronghold After Primaries

Since 1980 Mberengwa District has been one of the strongholds of the ruling party ZANU PF and it enshrines four parliamentary constituencies. For the past years ZANU PF has always been a stronghold in those constituencies. However, the recently held 2018 primary elections has left the electorate shell shocked and despondent due to their shambolic nature. Primary elections which were ...

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Econet Boss in $600k Fraud Storm

The trial for a CEO’s assistant at Econet Wireless Pvt Ltd and his wife who reportedly duped two Harare women of US$600 000 in a botched residential stand deal has kicked off at Harare magistrates’ court. Dereck Zhanje (50) who is also a pastor at Celebration Church in Borrowdale and Faith Zhanje (35) pleaded not guilty to fraud charges when ...

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Wife Shoots Harare Businessman

Harare businessman, MacCloud Zvavaviri Mapanga was allegedly shot dead by his wife after a domestic dispute on Monday. The State claims that Bridget Makaza, 34, found out that Mapanga, who owned Kurai Buses, had married a second wife and the couple had a long standing marital dispute. According to State papers allegations are that on May 14, at around 3am ...

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Parents demonstrate over maladministration at Masaisai Primary School

Parents held a demonstration today at Masaisai primary school against the school authorities (board of trustees) for failing to do proper administration of the school. Reasons for demonstration are that the school authorities are failing to bring accountability for finances of the school. The parents have written a letter to the ministry of education, indicating the reasons why there were ...

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The Bishop who touched thousands of hearts in Africa to preach at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding

The Presiding Bishop of the American Episcopal Church an American branch of the Worldwide Anglican community, the Most Reverend Michael Bruce Curry who touched thousands of lives in Africa with his powerful sermon, “Go, Go, Go”, he preached in Zimbabwe in June 2017, will be the man to preach at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding at Windsor Castle. Preaching ...

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14 559 cases of abuse reported in 2017

A total of 14 559 cases of abuse were reported last year, the Zimbabwe Child Helpline community has revealed. Clemence Wega, the finance director for Childline  Zimbabwe revealed these statistics in a press conference that was held today in preparation of the International Child Helpline Day on the 17th of May 2018. The organisation also revealed that out of the ...

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Spotify “slams” its doors on R Kelly, removes his work from Playlists

While his songs will remain available to stream, the R&B singer will no longer appear in Spotify-curated playlists as part of new ‘hateful conduct’ policy Music streaming service Spotify has removed all R Kelly songs from its own playlists, as pressure continues to build on the R&B star amid sexual assault allegations against him. His songs can still be streamed ...

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New Nyamuzuwe Waiting Home For Expecting Mothers

Stanbic Bank in partnership with Plan International Zimbabwe has embarked on a project to build a mothers waiting home at Nyamuzuwe rural hospital in Mutoko district. The bank through its Chief Executive , Mr Josh Tapambgwa  donated US$100 000 dollars for the project. Speaking at the ground breaking ceremony, the guest of honour who is the acting Provincial Medical Director ...

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Another Blow For Mutsvangwa

It never rains but pours for Presidential Advisor, Chris Mutsvangwa who has been slapped with a vote of no confidence. A meeting of war veterans held last night in Chinhoyi concluded that he be withdrawn from his leadership position. Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association leadership met late Wednesday and declared saying, “We hereby withdraw him (Mutsvangwa) from the National ...

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MDC –T to complete selection of Parliamentary candidates next week

Movement for democratic change (MDC-T) said that the selection for candidates who will contest for parliament seats will be complete by next week. This was said by the National Chairman Morgan Komichi of the party today in a press conference held today at the Party headquarters in Harare. Komichi mentioned that, “Among our candidates are doctors, engineers, various professional disciplines ...

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