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Zim Cash crisis deepens as “Greenback” trades against itself openly

The cash crisis looming the country has deepened with nearly all financial institutions outlets and agents completely running dry, scavenging for the few cash-ins to fuel the ever increasing restless queues for the American dollar. Our team has been on the go speaking to the public regarding the issue, noting some outlets like Total Filling Stations that had earlier came ...

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Poverty and hunger in Zimbabwe turning some citizens into criminals

​​​Is poverty and hunger turning some Zimbabwean citizens into cold blooded murderers and heartless robbers?  For Julius Ziva, a multi-talented musician with the Zig Zag Band of the Gomo Ramasare fame, the answer is undoubtedly a ‘yes’.  On the 9th of August this year, the musician boarded a commuter omnibus/ public taxi at Total Service Station along Julius Nyerere Road ...

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NACZ hands-over Jerusarema Mbende Festival to Murewa Community

Story by Staff Reporter. National Arts Council of Zimbabwe (NACZ) will this year handover Jerusarema Mbende Dance Festival to Murewa community with National Training and Conference of the Arts in Zimbabwe (NATCAZ) being a key partner in organising the Festival. This year’s edition will be organised by NACZ with NATCAZ to ensure a smooth transition that will ensure continuity of ...

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#ThisFlag: Provoking Critical Thinking.

by Maureen Kademaunga  “All books about all revolutions begin with a chapter that describes the decay of tottering authority or the misery and sufferings of the people. They should begin with a psychological chapter, one that shows how a harassed, terrified man suddenly breaks his terror and stops being afraid. This unusual process, sometimes accomplished in an instant like a ...

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Chitungwiza mum beats son to death

The community in Zengeza, Chitungwiza early on Thursday was left distressed and puzzled when a mother snapped and beat her son to death for what she alleged as chronic misdemeanor and pilfering habit. The boy, named locally as Blessing Kapuya (pictured above) was a Grade 4 at Zengeza7 Primary School and residing in Mbakumba Road Zengeza 1 was beaten amidst ...

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Zimbabweans jeer as “unwell” Dave Emberton is cuffed and paraded for alleged shoplifting

In a country that has lost all dignity and respect of men and women that selflessly served the nation, former ZBC Television news anchor David Emberton who remains a darling of his community and fans was earlier today cuffed and paraded for an alleged shoplifting crime. Emberton who resides in Kamfinsa where he usually shops and commutes suffers from dementia ...

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Zero tolerance to bullying & violence: ZIMONLINE MEDIA

ZimOnline Media is a flagship Zimbabwean social enterprise that prides in promoting Zimbabwean and culture globally on mandate from the National Arts Council of Zimbabwe and other affiliate bodies and authority departments. In our operations, we are subscribed to charters and community initiatives to promote a peaceful and harmonious living among the Zimbabwean communities, most notable the anti-bullying and stop ...

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ZIMPF PRESIDENT DR MUJURU ON ZIMBABWE PROTESTS

Additional contribution by Tich Mutyambizi The President of the current strongest political opposition party to the ruling ZANU PF, Dr. Joice Teurai Ropa Mujuru earlier today delivered a State Of The Nation Address acknowledging people are now fed up with the state of the economy and non existent opportunities to earn a decent living. Addressing the nation on the economy ...

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Acie Lumumba to surrender himself to the police

Former ZANU PF and Chairman of the incubant party Viva Zimbabwe, Acie Lumumba will this afternoon be presenting himself for arrest at Harare Central Police station at 1:45pm. Statement from the party’s Information Department states that Lumumba will address the media prior to the arrest. Lumumba is expected to be arrested and charged for the statement he made last Thursday when ...

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Zimbabwe slowly approaching “boiling point” as protests increase

Zimbabwe which has been for decades reeling under a declining economy coupled by corruption and claims of government mismanagement could nearly be encroaching to declaration of a state of emergency as protest, demonstrations and public unrest are on the increase. Civil unrest in the country has now become more and more bold as activist and political oppositions are increasingly boldly ...

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