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When the mighty fall, former Ivory Coast First Lady stands trial

In a story that most certainly is giving Zimbabwe’s increasingly powerful first lady Dr. Grace Marufu Mugabe sleepless nights and stomach churns, Ivory Coast’s former first lady along with 82 civilians and soldiers has begun trial for her part in the 2010 disputed elections and the following resistance that ended throwing the west African country into civil war. Laurent Gbagbo, would ...

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Lloyd Tevedzai drops 4th album “Total Trust”

Zimbabwean gospel ace, Lloyd Tevedzai who is now based in Canada has released his fourth album entitled Total Trust. The 10 track worship and testimonial album official releases online on ZimOnline Radio yesterday, will be available for digital purchase on all major download sites from Christmas eve making it the perfect christmas gift of 2014. “We will be shipping a ...

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Namibia hit by Land grabs

Windhoek – A group of informal settlement dwellers outside Namibia’s coastal holiday town Swakopmund have occupied municipal land and want to settle there. “We are overwhelmed by the huge numbers of people flocking here, and today we are 6000 people who will build shacks because we want to sleep here from tonight onwards,” Gotthard Kandume, the group’s spokesperson told a ...

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“I have nothing but respect for my mentor, Mnangagwa”: fired Fortune Chasi

Former Zimbabwe Deputy Justice Minister Fortune Chasi, fired by President Robert Mugabe on Sunday for alleged incompetence, says he will remain a member of the ruling party and there is no bad blood between him and newly-minted Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa. Mnangagwa replaced his longtime rival, former Vice President Joice Mujuru who was fired two weeks ago by President Robert ...

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“Ngwena” take charge as Mugabe holidays

Recently appointed first Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who is dubbed ‘Ngwena – his totem, is effectively acting President since yesterday as President Robert Mugabe left the country for the Far East for his annual holiday, leaving the crocodile to test the waters. The 90-year-old leader of the Southern African country trips often to Malaysia and Singapore for  routine health checks and undisclosed treatments ...

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Islamic terrorists hold hostages in Sydney, AUS (Watch Live!!)

Dozens of people are being held hostage by a terrorist who stormed into a central Sydney cafe with a gun and forced crying women to hold a black Islamic flag up to the window. Witnesses described how a man wearing a headband covered in Arabic walked into the Lindt cafe in Martin Place and produced a shotgun from a blue ...

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VP Phelekezela Mphoko dodges death in Road Collision

One has to start wondering if their genuinely is a plot on the lives of those occupying the office of Vice President of the Republic of Zimbabwe. Barely hours after being named Vice President, Emmerson Mnangagwa narrowly escaped cynaine poisoning in his office. Now hours after being sworn in in, his fellow Vice President is involved in a road traffic ...

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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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