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“Give me Manny Pacquiao on May 2nd”: Floyd Mayweather.

Pound-for-pound king Floyd Mayweather Jr. has had precious little to say about the fight the public has demanded for years, a bout with Manny Pacquiao — until Friday night. Mayweather said during a Showtime interview that he wants to fight Pacquiao next and wants the fight to be May 2, the Cinco de Mayo weekend that Mayweather has regularly fought ...

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Zimbabweans turn away from AIDS affected children

Zimbabwe’s national response to the crisis of children affected by Aids is grossly inadequate, a report has said. In a statement, the Organisation for Public Health Interventions and Development (Ophid) said while the government has made strides in providing diagnosis and care for adults through the national HIV strategy, children continue to be under serviced, resulting in preventable deaths. “These ...

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Mugabe Cabinet Reshuffle, the official list

Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe has released the structural adjustment to his cabinet with the notable appointment of Emmerson Mnangagwa as first Vice President of the Republic of Zimbabwe alongside little known Phelekezela Mphoko as second Vice President. This comes at the wake of relieving Joice Mujuru of the VP post. Before the dust of the reshuffle is yet to settle, ...

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Mugabe uses a non existent Constitutional clause to fire embattled Mujuru

VOA Radio Studio 7’s Blessing Zulu scooped the coveted first exclusive to speak to the recently terminated former Zimbabwe Vice President Dr. Joice Teurai Ropa Mujuru following the dramatic events that saw her thrown to the wayside. Mujuru, who alongside her late husband and many colleagues of her cadre walked shoulder to shoulder with the 90yr old leader fell from ...

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Zanu (PF) leadership soap new twist as Mugabe appoints Vice Presidents

Zimbabwe ruler Robert Mugabe yesterday after dropping guillotine on his already thinned ruling party that saw the firing of the now former Vice President Joice Teurai Ropa Mujuru as handsomely rewarded some key loyalists to his now visibly powerful wife Dr Grace Mugabe’s power campaign. Edna Madzongwe, who in her capacity as Senate president played a spin role in elevating ...

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After divorcing Prophet Magaya, Bev finds success

She may have quit the heavenly way following her dancing demons but Beverly Sibanda, popularly known as Bev has finally found peace doing what she loves; and it doesn’t hurt too that she is getting monetary success out of her hobby. At least that’s according to her manager Hapaz Mapimhidze. The raunchy pole dancer was performing at a popular Harare ...

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Paranoid Mugabe relieves deputy Mujuru of duty

This  afternoon Mugabe has, as expected dropped his biggest axe-blow on his immediate subordinate, Vice President Dr. Joice Teurai Ropa Mujuru in a major Cabinet reshuffle that has also claimed at least half a dozen other ministers who failed to secure central committee positions in the part ahead of the party congress last week. Mujuru was the last to be shown the exit door ...

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VP Joice Mujuru breaks silence, issues official statement

PRESS STATEMENT ISSUED BY THE HONOURABLE VICE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF ZIMBABWE, AND MEMBER OF THE RULING PARTY, ZANU PF – HONOURABLE DR. JOICE TEURAI ROPA MUJURU, TO THE CITIZENS OF ZIMBABWE. Dear Comrades, friends, fellow citizens and countrymen: I am grateful to the Lord that I am able to address you once again, despite the ever present but ...

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Scottish town mourns Scott as Zimbabwe-born mother remains in police custody

NEIGHBOURS and friends over the weekend paid tearful tribute to a five-year-old schoolboy found dead at his home. Scott Chirashi’s body was found by police on Friday at his home in Alva, Clackmannanshire, having suffered “a significant injury”. His mother Farai (32), who emigrated from Zimbabwe several years ago remains in police custody as the main and only suspect to her son’s murder ...

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Aging Mugabe slips tongue, “Pasi neZanu(PF)”

90year old Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe just after being endorsed the sole party candidate for the Presidential Elections 2018  stunned Zanu PF delegates when he shouted “Pasi neZanu PF” (translated, Down with Zanu (PF)) as he wrapped up his speech. He was immediately corrected and he then shouted, Pamberi neZanu PF. This ironic slip has left a lot baffled, yet the ...

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