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Vendors chased away from so called designated places

Some of the vendors are refusing to go, insisting that all the designated places they are told to go are full. They know if they leave, they will not have another source of income. Chasing vendors away will not solve much; instead there will be more starving people to add to those who are poverty stricken. Monday morning more than ...

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Tyler Perry retires from Madea character

Tyler Perry announced that he will be retiring from his notorious Madea character in 2019. His latest movie Acrimony which features Taraj Henson was the cause of social media stir over the past few months as his fans debated on the simplicity and complexity of the movie. For the past 20 years, Perry an actor, director, producer, has played the ...

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Is Mangudya going to leave RBZ?

John Mangudya the Reserve bank governor is facing a hard time as the public is speculating on the social media about his dismissal as the RBZ governor. The environment continues not to act in his favour as Zimbabwe is facing an economic meltdown. Mangudya has since become unpopular since the time he introduced the bond notes and vowed that if ...

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Sandra Ndebele in a money scandal

Sandra Ndebele  a Zimbabwean female musician and actor popularly known as Sandy  has changed  her goal post  ,now confirming  that the $80 000 bond and $8 330 which was stolen is her money but insists  that she is not a money changer .Mrs Ndebele was once called  by a local paper and slammed the claims that she  was a money ...

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Charambas starts ministry

Pastor Charles and Olivia Charamba have deserted the Apostolic Faith Mission in Zimbabwe and decided to form their own ministry. After twenty years of ministering in Apostolic Faith Mission, the gospel couple decided to move on their own and will be launching their new church, Rooted in Christ Ministries on the 4th of November 2018 at Zimbabwe College of Music ...

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Chivayo in support of Queen B

Controversial businessman Wicknell Chivhayo has brought to light that he is in total support of the Queen B who is believed to be most powerful oligarchy/cartel in the country. Chivayo did affirm his support of Queen B on his twitter handle this morning. “If this so called QUEEN B kartel has secured 100 MILLION litres of fuel for the government ...

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Mliswa blast Mutsvangwa over his RBZ sentiments

Temba Mliswa the member for parliament for Norton constituency has blasted Christopher Mutsvangwa over his comments about the corruption taking place at the Bank. This comes after Mutsvangwa had given all the blame on Tagwirei for been corrupt and receiving the money for fuel. Temba Mliswa had this to comment on his twitter account today. “I think it’s really time ...

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ZIMA clashes Magaya

Following Magaya’s claim over the HIV and AIDS cure, the Zimbabwe Medical Association has urged all patients under the ARV treatment to continue their medication until medical evidence is provided to any claim of cure. The Prophetic, Healing and Deliverance Ministries (PHD) leader Prophet Walter Magaya said that he had been given the revelation to the cure for HIV and ...

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Chinese ceramic tile company Norton put on hold

The Chinese owned Sunny Yi Feng ceramic tile company has been put on hold following complains by the Norton Constituency Temba Mliswa. This has come as a concern by most of the Norton residences that the location of the factory was a threat to the environment. Mliswa confirmed the news on his twitter account this morning. “Operations at the Chinese ...

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Paul Mwazha turns 100

  The African Apostolic Church (AAC) founder Bishop Paul Mwazha turns 100 today and is celebrating his birthday at his homestead in Hatfield, Harare. Mwazha was born in Chirumanzu on the 25th of October in 1918 and is referred by his congregants as “Mutumwa” a name that matches his assignment of being called by God to preach the gospel. A ...

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