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Chamisa calls for unity purporting Dabengwa’s funeral

The Movement for Democratic Change Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa has called upon national healing in Zimbabwe as the country celebrates the life of an icon Dr Dumiso Dabengwa. Posting on his twitter handle the vigorous young leader said Zimbabwe was divided and there was need for talks so as to foster unity within the different ethnic groups in Zimbabwe. “Listening ...

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Magaya Settles USD 23million out of court to save hotel

Prophetic Healing Deliverance Ministries (PHD) leader Walter Magaya and his wife, Tendai, have opted for an out of court settlement to repay a $US23 million owed to Homelink Finance Private (Limited) in a bid to save their expensive guest house. The couple whose empire is embroiled in several criminal cases were recently hauled to court by the company over failure ...

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“Chamisa must quit his pastoral role”: Anglistone Sibanda

Churches and Civil Society Forum Chairperson Anglistone Sibanda has called upon Chamisa to stop inciting violence or to resign as a pastor and go to war in Syria. Speaking at a Press Conference, Sibanda said Chamisa should stop imposing violence by giving the public ideas of oustering President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his government and that he has witnessed more of ...

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Cyclones Idai, Kenneth: Mozambique hosts International Pledging Conference

Mozambique is hosting an International Pledging Conference for reconstruction efforts following the devastation caused by Tropical Cyclones Idai and Kenneth which affected about 1.8 million of people. The event is taking place today and tomorrow in the city of Beira which is the most affected area. The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is fully supporting the efforts of the Government ...

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GMAZ hints maize meal sale in local RTGS

Grain Millers Association Zimbabwe assured the nation  that maize will never be sold in foreign currency yesterday in Bulawayo whilst maize meal farmers expect to be paid in foreign currency. The millers and retailers discussed price monitoring of maize meal and flour related products. Dr Nyasha Kaseke the GMAZ price monitoring program consultant urged retailers to abide by agreed commodities ...

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US Embassy endorses demonstrations in Zimbabwe

The US Embassy has called upon the Government to grant Zimbabweans the right to protest in a peaceful manner. Posting on its twitter handle, US Embassy urged the Government to allow Zimbabweans to protest without being ambushed or harassed in their harmony demonstrations as freedom of association is guaranteed in the Zimbabwe Constitution. “All citizens and their civic leaders, political ...

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Fraudster Oscar Pambuka now a prophet

Former news reporter at Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) Oscar Pambuka and fraudster who defrauded Zimbabwe Power Company $12,500 along side ZANU-PF Politician Psychology Maziwisa becomes a prophet.                 Posting on his facebook handle the Zimdancehall artist Pambuka said he has ordained himself as a Prophet and would like to be referred to with his new title. “Good morning to you all. ...

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Ramaphosa Cabinet: Malema reacts

South African opposition leader Julius Malema of Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) and his supporters has rejected Cyril Ramaphosa’s small cabinet which he announced yesterday. In a statement Malema criticised Ramamphosa saying his cabinet is an absolute insult to the intelligence of the country. “The first sign of absolute dishonesty is the idea that he has reduced the cabinet by reducing ...

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Telone Donates to Netball Team

Telone has donated RTGS $40 000 to the Zimbabwe Netball team as they prepare to leave for the World Cup that will be happening soon in Liverpool, England. Zimbabwe Netball Association President  Mrs Chipandu  said, “ I would like to thank Mrs Mutasa the Managing Director and your staff for your valuable sponsorship. I really don’t have words to express ...

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Zimbabwe Progresses on Compensation of Former Farm Owners

Government has progressed the Interim Relief Payment Scheme of former white farmers who lost their land under former Robert Mugabe’s land reform nearly two decades ago with verification being completed. “The registration of the Former Farm Owners for the interim relief payment scheme to the distressed Former Farm Owners has been completed, with 737 farmers having been registered for the ...

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