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Prepaid water in view of citizen participation

As a Harare resident, I am are totally against the move by the local authorities to impose prepaid water meters upon the citizenry of this country who are struggling to make ends meet. Our economy has been on a massive decline ever since the day the government chose to embrace neoliberal policies by the Bretton Woods institutions in the early ...

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Re Mysterio dogged with death threats after freaky in-ring tragedy

The wrestling world was shaken to its core this past weekend after the death of Mexican wrestler, Perro Aguayo Jr – real name Pedro Aguayo Ramirez. The wrestler suffered cervical spine trauma after being whiplashed by the middle rope during a match involving former WWE Superstar Rey Mysterio at a CRASH event in Tujuana. The official cause of death was later ...

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Human compassion fades as electrocuted “Copper thief” pleads ignored

The Daily Mail reported that onlookers from Lynnville suburb of Witbank heard a blast at Botha substation in the north-west of Mpumalanga province late last week, but chose not to help a man who they saw climbing out of the substation with a burnt and smoking body. The unidentified young man who is accused of stealing copper wires, asked for help but to ...

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“Please stop filming us shooting Black people”, LAPD appeals

POLICE in the United States have launched an appeal to the public to try and curb the amount of recordings of black people getting shot turning up online. The plea comes after a video was posted on YouTube showing LAPD officers struggling with a homeless man in broad daylight before shooting him to death. WARNING: The video you are about ...

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Bulawayo-Harare NRZ burns: No casualties

HARARE – A Harare-bound National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) passenger train power coach was gutted by a mysterious fire at Somerby Siding Station near Snake World just outside Harare yesterday. The incident, which occurred around ten o’clock in the morning left residents of Snake World farming community shell shocked as the locomotive travelled from as far as Kintyre Estates before ...

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Prince Andrew alleged sex misconducts: British Monarchy reeling in shame

Prince Andrew’s tycoon pal may have taken compromising photos of him with the underage girl he is alleged to have abused. Details buried in original court papers filed against pervert Jeffrey Epstein, 61, reveal that he recorded the sordid orgies he threw for VIPs at his luxury homes using cameras hidden in the walls of guest bedrooms. The woman known ...

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Mashonaland West ‘battered’ by floods

Mashonaland West province has suffered historic flooding that saw homes, livestock and people marooned and seeking shelter in higher grounds. Rivers Angwa and Ngwazani have burst banks claiming more than 15 lives, livestock and just emerging crops in fields making it one of the gloomiest beginning of the year in Zimbabwe. In Chegutu, seven people travelling in a Honda CRV ...

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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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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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Fans treat The Charambas with a dinner & Appreciation Award

Story by Robert Mukondwa- Pastors Charles and Olivia Charamba received an early Christmas present when their fans organised a surprise appreciation dinner for them in the capital Harare last Sunday in appreciation for their ‘sterling work and tireless ministry’ to the nation through song. An award was handed to the ‘first family of gospel music’ during the event as a token ...

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