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Student Journalist At ZimOnline Media Photographer

Chamisa’s life in danger

Movement for Democratic Change (MDC Alliance) spokesperson Jacob Mafume said that the party is concerned about their President’s security at a press conference held today at Richard Morgan Tsvangirai building in Harare. He said that there is a continuous threat to Nelson Chamisa’s life and noted with concern a perpetual invasion of his privacy. “While we understand that he is ...

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Controversial Andy Muridzo has done it again

Upcoming Afro-Jazz Andy Muridzo has done it again after a few months of being spotted with Bev, this time he has eloped for another woman. This has come to the media attention after Andy Muridzo’s wife smashed his car after allegations that he has gone for another girlfriend who was identified as Nyarai. It is not his first time as ...

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Rusape horror accident

47 people died while 61 others were injured when two buses collided near Rusape tollgate on Wednesday evening. It is reported that it was not head on collision but a side swipe as the other bus was intact at the front and at the back. The two buses were Bolt-Cutter and Smart.  The injured people are being treated at Rusape ...

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Toyota drivers causes chaos

Several people were seriously injured when a Toyota wish bumped into Toyota Passo yesterday in the evening at Corner Samora Machel and Sam Nujoma Street in Harare. A 24year old Toyota Passo driver who was identified as Stanley Gubwe was carrying staff workers from Pick n Pay Borrowadale Branch and was hit by a Toyota Wish which was coming down ...

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Zimpraise fills Harare Gardens

Zimpraise hosted a successful gospel show on Saturday in the Harare Gardens. The event which was free for everyone attracted thousands of people. They recorded live season 11 DVD which is called “The New Commandment.” They shared stage with Zimpraise kids, Mathias Mhere, Janet Manyowa , Sharon Manyonganise and Nyasha Mutonhori among others. Mathias Mhere performed songs from his current ...

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Jah Prayzah a crowd puller

Jah Prayzah launched his 13 tracked album titled Chitubu at Harare International Conference Centre on the 2nd of November . His fans did not disappoint him as they filled up HICC as he expected despite the economic hardships that people are facing. He performed only two tracks from the album, Chitubu which is the title track and Chikomo and left ...

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NetOne cleans CBD

Net One held a cleanup campaign today in the Harare Central Business District which started at their headquarters in Rotten Row Street. The Chief Commercial Officer Brian Mutandiro said NetOne is reaching out to places affected by Cholera and that they also did a campaign in Budiriro in September this year. They also visited places which includes Glenview and Mbare ...

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Magaya to go into exile

Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministry founder and president Walter Magaya  has said that he no longer feels safe being in Zimbabwe. He said this yesterday after he was raided by armed police officers who went to his offices around 7pm yesterday. This came after Magaya had claimed on Sunday that he found a medicine called Aguma which he claims that ...

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Tyler Perry retires from Madea character

Tyler Perry announced that he will be retiring from his notorious Madea character in 2019. His latest movie Acrimony which features Taraj Henson was the cause of social media stir over the past few months as his fans debated on the simplicity and complexity of the movie. For the past 20 years, Perry an actor, director, producer, has played the ...

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Charambas starts ministry

Pastor Charles and Olivia Charamba have deserted the Apostolic Faith Mission in Zimbabwe and decided to form their own ministry. After twenty years of ministering in Apostolic Faith Mission, the gospel couple decided to move on their own and will be launching their new church, Rooted in Christ Ministries on the 4th of November 2018 at Zimbabwe College of Music ...

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