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Adult Rape Clinic calls for ‘Denim’ tomorrow

Adult Rape Clinic (ARC) is calling upon all citizens to wear Denim (Jeans) tomorrow as a sign of raising awareness against rape and sexual assault. Posting on their social media platform ARC said they are going to hold a rape and sexual assault prevention education campaign as a way of addressing misconceptions around rape and all forms of sexual assault. ...

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National Patriotic Front celebrates Zimbabwe’s 39th independence

The National Patriotic Front (NPF) today joined Zimbabweans in celebrating 39 years of independence from colonial rule. In a statement spokesperson of National Patriotic Front Jealousy Mawarire urged Zimbabweans to stand up against black-on-black oppression. “This is a time to be happy,but also a moment to introspect.We celebrate the birth of a child called Zimbabwe,but we also introspect on how ...

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Court postpones fake resurrection case.

The case of the two suspects who were arrested in connection with fake resurrection drama of a Zimbabwean man Brighton Elliot Moyo at the Alleluia Ministries International has been postponed to 26th of April. Nkululeko Dlamini(35) and Silungisani Sibanda (40) appeared at the Johannesburg Magistrate court today facing fraud charges. State Prosecutor Mzamo Mathe said they need more time to ...

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Chigumba in scandal

A photo of Priscila Chigumba, Chairperson of Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) with a bulging stomach went viral on social media last week. In a picture, Chigumba was receiving a document like a certificate from a white man who is a member of EISA. The rumours of her pregnancy started sometime last year but she shut down the news, now she ...

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Ireland Anglican increases Cyclone Idai emergency funding.

The Church of Ireland Anglican Bishops’ Appeal has increased its emergency funding for Cyclone Idai Survivors in countries like Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi from 10,000 to 20,000 Euro notes. In a statement, Christian Aid’s Malawi country manager Pansi Katenga said even though the rains have stopped survivors still need help to stay alive. “Although the rains have stopped for now, ...

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Ex-wife demands full salary for maintenance

A tailor Pretty Mapfumo wants her ex-husband to give her his full salary for maintenance and rentals. Speaking at the Harare Civil Court today Mapfumo said she wants nine hundred dollars from Donel Madzimo for buying school uniforms for three children, paying school fees and rent because she wants to relocate from where she is staying at the moment. She ...

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Polygamous man in favour of second wife

A Polygamous man Vengai Ndotsva has denied his first wife right to evict his second wife from his homestead. This matter came to light at the Harare Civil Court where Winmore Mocha the first wife was applying for peace order against Evermore Moyo the second wife. Mocha said she wants Moyo to vacate from her house which is in Eastview ...

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MISA Zimbabwe Director elected in IFEX governing council

Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) Zimbabwean director Tabani Moyo was elected into the IFEX Governing Council during the elective Annual General Meeting (AGM) which was held in Berlin,Germany yesterday. Moyo was elected with other 12 Council members for a two year term which runs from 2019-2021. In a statement Moyo said he is so much grateful to be a ...

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Man attempts ‘student’ excuses to dodge maintenance

A Harare man,James Ncube has been hauled to court by the mother of his child seeking upward variation of maintenance from $60 to $80 per month for their 4 year old child. Nyasha Shir, the mother of the child and plaintive claims that their child is growing and had many needs such as school enrolment.Hence,James Ncube had to increase his ...

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UNICEF reaches out to Cyclone Idai victims

United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) has come up with a plan of helping children who were affected by Cyclone Idai in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe. In a statement UNICEF said the children were the most affected by the storm and this had disturbed their way of living and were fighting against the spread of Cholera by providing sanitation ...

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