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Zimbabwe mourns yet another music icon –Tedious Matsito

Ngwenya brother’s front man of highly popular album and track Nyaradzo Muchapedza Matsito has passed on at 48. Matsito who was the leader of Ngwenya brothers band which rose to fame from their album Nyaradzo Madiro (Gede mwana) and many more passed on at 01am at Parirenyatwa Group Hospitals were he suffered and was recovering from his 2nd stroke. The ...

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Disabled Women calls for their rights to be heard

The National Council for Disabled Persons in Zimbabwe (NCPZ) has appealed to the government to render the disabled Women’s rights such as education, health, accommodation and also to own their land. Speaking at the Media Centre today, Senator of Persons with Disabilities Rejoice Timire said they are the poor of the poorest as they are being left behind in information ...

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Apostle Chiwenga hits Mnangagwa

Controversial preacher Apostle T.F Chiwenga criticized President Emmerson Mnangagwa for failing to console the victims of Cyclone Idai crisis that struck Manicaland last week. Chiwenga said he is ashamed of Mnangagwa for not  being able to express his condolences  from his own heart and words to Chimanimani people and the nation at large. “Our current President has gone to have ...

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Enzo Ishall plans to go to University.

Dancehall singer Enzo Ishall is planning to go to University. In his dream, he wants to start his own business as soon as possible, ZimTainment has learnt. In an interview with Power  FM’s Chamvary, Enzo Ishall revealed that he came out with 7 A Level points and was studying History, Divinity and Geography. Enzo in his recent purchase of a ...

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Inmates report food crisis at Mutare prison.

Member in charge of Mutare Remand Prison have raised concern over the inhumane conditions that they are facing at the correctional center and prison officials have asked for help of aid to improve the situation. The prisoners reported that they have acute shortages of clean water, balanced diet, clothing, and blankets whilst analysts are criticizing President Emmerson Mnangagwa who is ...

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Biti blasts Monetary Policy

The former Finance Minister Tendai Biti has slammed the new Monetary policy implemented by Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe(RBZ) John Mangudya Governor and Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube as daylight robbery to the ordinary citizens of Zimbabwe. Biti said the Real Time Gross System(RTGS) is a scam to rob the ordinary people’s savings that were living from hand to mouth. “The RTGS ...

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Telecel donates food and clothes to Cyclone Idai Victims

Mobile Operator Telecel Zimbabwe has donated groceries and clothing worth over $50 000 towards Cyclone Idai relief efforts. In a statement Telecel said it has set up a merchant code 217105 on Telecash to Telecel subscribers who desired to send their cash donations. Mrs Angeline Vere Telecel CEO thanked Telecel subscribers and Telecel staff who responded to the call for ...

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Jah Prayzah’s Chikomo #1 trending video on YouTube

Only a day after  Zimbabwe’s international music artist Mukudzei Mukombe, popularly known as Jah Prayzah has released one of his video production “chikomo” it has received a over whelming response from his fan base from all over the world. On his facebook page account Jah Prayzah took time the contents and setting that are presented in the trending video. “Everyday ...

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Zim qualifies for AFCON 2019

The Zimbabwe Warrior Football Team showed unity by winning the match between Congo Brazzaville yesterday at the National Sports Stadium in Harare. This win is made more special as it was in honour of the families affected by Cyclon Idai. Warriors qualified for the fourth time in their history after beating Congo 2-nill at the National Sports Stadium. Khama  Billiats ...

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Ethiopian Airlines defends tragic fate flight credentials

Ethiopian Airlines denies allegations by the Washington Post and NYTimes Communications and other Euro-American publications as baseless and  factually incorrect. The publications claim that Ethiopian Airlines had a Max 8 Simulator but the Pilot had not received training in it. In a statement European Airlines said these are false allegations without evidence from reliable sources. “The airline has seven full ...

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