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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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Why African Youth Should Participate in Politics

Africa is a unique continent with many positive indicators for growth and expansion, threateningly knocking on the doors of the Asian tigers to overrun them and become the next big phenomenon in the world .For Africans to realise this dream and not go another 100 years walking in potential, there are some fundamental issues that we have to ruthlessly deal ...

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“I hope Zimbabweans are proud of me for this achievement..” Brian Soko

Zimbabwean Brian Soko, who has made a legend on the global music arena has provoked a debate on fellow countrymen’s support and acknowledgement of outstanding performance and talent. On receiving a Grammy award given to the song writers of Beyonce’s song, “Drunk in Love”, Soko humbly acknowledged family, team mates and opened profoundly and his hope Zimbabweans celebrate with him this milestone. ...

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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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Online store rocks the arts industry

Story by Robert Mukondiwa: Local mobile devices brand and main rival to G-Tel Astro has launched an online platform that will market and sell Zimbabwean brand from music, merchandise books, applications and wallpaper online. The Astro Mobi store is basically a free, Android based local digital content store modeled around the Google Play and the Apple Store where third party ...

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Another road carnage claim Chipinge Magistrate Makamera

Young and promising 31year ol Chipinge magistrate, Waini Makamera has died in a horrific traffic collision, a scene that is gruesomely gripping Zimbabwe roads countrywide amid increasing concerns the road infrastructure and most vehicles are no longer fit for service. Just hours after two buses claimed around 26 lives just outside Harare, a member of the judicial sitting whose resume at ...

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29 lives wiped as ZUPCO & UNIFREIGHT buses collide (pictures)

***** PLEASE NOTE: GRAPHIC PICTURES, VIEWER DISCRETION ADVISED***** Zimbabwe is plunged in shock and mourning as 29 people died when a ZUPCO bust heading for the capital side-swiped with another bus operated by UNIFREIGHT transport services. The accident occurred just after the Bluebridge Tollgates just after the city. The ZRP are yet to release a formal statement and withhold the names of ...

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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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Kenyan ex-PM Odinga’s son dead, food poison suspected

FIDEL Odinga, eldest son to Kenya former Prime Minister Raila Odinga, who died in his father’s arms on Sunday morning in his Karen home, had told friends on Friday that he was recovering from food poisoning after an outing in Naivasha the previous weekend. Fidel turned down an offer of drinks from a friend last Friday, shortly after having lunch ...

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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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