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Prophetess Ruth Makandiwa donates towards Cyclone Idai

Agape Family Care through Prophetess Ruth Makandiwa and the United Family International Ministries today donated goods to the victims of Cyclone Idai in Manicaland. One of their 30 tonne trucks was filled to capacity with goods that include blankets and non perishable food items among others. The official handover was done in Mutare. “My heart is filled with gratitude because ...

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United States of America tighten sanctions on Zimbabwe

The President of United States of America, Donald Trump yesterday announced the extension of illegal sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe by a further year on the basis  that President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his government have not lived up to the commitment to effecting what his government terms ‘reform.’ In a statement, the Secretary for Information and Publicity Ambasador S.K Moyo said ...

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Minister Prisca Mupfumira accused of stealing NSSA funds

Member of Parliament of Norton Constituency Temba Mliswa has accused Environment, Tourism and Hospitality Industry Minister Hon Mupfumira for stealing and misusing NSSA funds to control ZANU-PF officials. He said that old people are suffering yet funds are being misused. He also said the “Open for Business” mantra is being made a mockery by corrupt people like Mupfumira. Mliswa’s statement ...

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Prophet David Owuor in a sh1.5 billion scandal

Joyce Muthoni’s family yesterday accused the Self-proclaimed Prophet of Repentance Holiness Ministry, David Owuor of forcefully snatching her multi-storeyed apartment in Westland , Riverside in Nairobi which is worth around Sh1.5 billion. The family accused the controversial ‘mightiest prophet’ of continuing to pick pocket millions of shillings f or monthly rentals. According to Muthoni’s sister, Alice, the money was used ...

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Desperate Lukau throws “Elliot” under the bus

Pastor Lukau said that he did not orchestrate the resurrection miracle that went viral on social media the whole of last week. He said this during a Sunday service at his church yesterday and told his congregants not to be misled by the media. In a statement, Lukau said the media just write articles without verifying whether what they are ...

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Kirsty Coventry dragged to court over COSAFA Tournament

Zimbabwe National Soccer Supporters Association (ZNSSA) leader Eddie Nyatanga yesterday filed an application with High Court in Harare in quest of a Declaratory Order to have 2019 COSAFA Cup held in Zimbabwe. The Minister of Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation, Kirsty Coventry will be the respondent in the matter. Nyatanga’s application reads:               On ...

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Prison guards arrested for organizing sex for Kereke

Two prison guards at Chikurubi Maximum appeared in court yesterday for allegedly allowing Munyaradzi Kereke to be involved in sexual activities with his young wife. It came to light after it was discovered that she was pregnant. Senior Assistant Chomurenga, Assistant Mutiwarenga and a Chief Prison Officer Chiparaushe were forced to step down following the allegations. Munyaradzi Kereke who was ...

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Mermaids and crocodiles horrify Gokwe villagers

Masiyandumbi residents in Gokwe are now living in terror as mermaids and crocodiles are said to be seen in Nyawaya Dam. It is reported that they have been devouring livestock. In a statement, Madzivazvido who happens to be the headman of the village said Nyawaya Dam was constructed so as to give people water and not to jeopardize their lives. ...

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Teachers face punishment for striking

The Public Service Commission (PSC) said they will deduct leave days as punishment for all the teachers who participated on the demonstrations held early this month on salary increase. The protests were led by Zimbabwe Teachers Association (Zimta) and the Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ). The two associations have reviewed their grievances which have led them to their decision ...

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Zimbabwe Regulatory Energy Authority (Zera) to ban use of energy consuming appliances

  The Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority is set to introduce a move to ban people from using electrical gadgets that ingest a lot of energy. This was said yesterday at a stakeholders meeting held in Bulawayo. In a statement, Engineer Samuel Zaranyika said the main benefit of the move is that there will be reduction in energy use and save ...

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