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Chamisa blasts politicians for campaigning in churches

Advocate Nelson Chamisa has revealed his disgust on politicians that have been taking the Easter holiday as a platform to campaign for the fourth coming elections in different churches. In his Road to Victory dialogue (R2V) Chamisa has highlighted that he was deeply pained by some of my colleagues in the political industry who continue to belittle God and the ...

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Windmill CEO in Rape Scandal

The trial of a Windmill Private Limited Company boss who is facing allegations of raping and impregnating his 15-year-old relative failed to kick off yesterday at Harare Magistrates’ Court after he raised some exceptions. George Rundogo, said he could not prepare a defence outline and he made an application requesting for some DNA tests and a police running diary so ...

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Winnie “Mandikizela” Mandela dies at 81

SOUTH African anti-apartheid campaigner Winnie Madikizela-Mandela has died aged 81, her family have confirmed. “She succumbed peacefully in the early hours of Monday afternoon surrounded by her family and loved ones,” the family said in a statement. The ex-wife of Nelson Mandela was known as “mother of the nation” and had been admitted to hospital in January with a kidney ...

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Innovative Stanbic Bank Zimbabwe profits jump 30%

Stanbic Bank Zimbabwe has shrugged off the prevailing harsh economic environment to post an impressive set of results for the year ended December 2017 headlined by a profit after tax of US$27.6 million, up 30% from the prior year’s US$21.2 million. The bank’s Chairman, Gregory Sebborn, attributed the performance to the returns on the various interest earning instruments that the ...

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More embarrassment for RSA-Beitbridge border immigration

A Zimbabwe bound long distance bus driver was last night nabbed at the South African side of the Beitbridge border post in possession of 16 current passports all belonging to Zimbabwean citizens. It is alleged he had attempted to pass through the scanner when a vigilant immigration officer spotted an anomaly in the driver’s bag prompting a search. upon being ...

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City parking lots hazardous for cars

The Harare parking slots have become a danger to the entire motoring public in the city.  This has become a serious issue of major concern following continuous incidents of cars getting stuck on these slots. A Harare man has complained over the poor maintenance of the parking slots after his car got stuck in the mud around the CBD area. ...

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NSSA kicks out Board chair Robbin Vela

Dramatic events at the National Social Security Authority have left the country stunned as the Minister of Labour and Social Welfare, Priscilla Kangonye (MP) sensationally fires the maverick Chairman of the Board, Robin Vela. A letter dated 27 March 2018 and signed by the Minister was precise and shed no light on the merits of the immediate dismissal. Vela who ...

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Chamisa unveils innovative Road to Victory (R2V) platforms

Advocate Nelson Chamisa will launch a weekly series dubbed Road to Victory (R2V) which is an interactive platform to share ideas and his vision for the imminent new Zimbabwe that sets in after the watershed forthcoming plebiscite. According to the statement that was given by the  Presidential Spokesperson of the MDC T Luke Tamborinyoka, he mentioned that the series will ...

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MDC-T must nullify all primary elections results

Jacob Ngarivhume the President for Transform Zimbabwe has forwarded a request to the MDC Alliance that, MDC-T must nullify all the primary election results for the Constituencies allocated to his party and make an unequivocal undertaking that there will be no MDC-T candidates contesting in seats allocated to Alliance partners. This issue was raised by the Transform Zimbabwe Party today ...

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‘Support People Living With Disabilities’

Acting President, Kembo Mohadi has urged the corporate world to support people living with disabilities. Speaking at the International Day of Persons with Disabilities which was held at Caledonia in Harare yesterday, the Acting President also said the government has dedicated resources in social services and protection to improving the lives of people living with disability. “The celebrations of this ...

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