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ED’s member of Presidential Advisory council withdraws before duty

The President of Zimbabwe His Excellency Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa selected a council called the Presidential Advisory Council which consisted of 24 people and to the shock of many there is already a withdrawal from one of the outlined participants. Presidential Advisory Council (PAZ) members where elected by the President based on their experience, expertise, leadership, contact and standing in society. ...

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Tuku’s past life revealed by ex-wife

Melody who is the mother to Selomor Mutukudzi was put on the back burner at Tuku’s funeral and was not given an appropriate platform to speak her mind as she was the late musician’s first wife. When other close relatives were introduced, her name was not was not there and even the state prepared obituary omitted her.  Also her daughters ...

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Chinhoyi protestors discharged from court

Six Chinhoyi residents were discharged from court after they were arrested by Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) for committing public violence due to high fuel prices. The six  allegedly participated in anti-government protests on Tuesday 15 January 2015 and these include  Obey Zirota(37),Simbarashe Mubaira Kuenda(25),Mini Bizabani(41),Owen Musariranwa(48),Basil Nhira(19) and Adonai Tiriwawi(22). They were alleged to have unlawfully and forcibly disturbed the ...

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Mugabe better dictator: Chamisa

Nelson Chamisa the leader of the main opposition party held a press conference today at their national headquarters. The press conference was used as to mystify the allegations that the party was responsible for the previous shutdown and violence around the county. Speaking during the press Chamisa managed to highlight that the era of Mugabe was better than the one ...

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MDC will not participate in any demo: Mutodi

Deputy Minister of information publicity and broadcasting services has revealed that in his small talks with the Movement for Democratic Change MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa confirmed that his party will not participate in any demonstrations in the country. This he said on his twitter account after they meet at Mtukudzi’s burial yesterday in Madziva. on his twitter account he ...

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Chamisa pays tribute to Tuku

Movement for Democratic Change leader (MDC-A) , Nelson Chamisa paid tribute to the late Dr Oliver Mutukudzi who was laid to rest yesterday at his rural home in Madziva. “I would like to thank the Mutukudzi family and Madziva community for allowing us the opportunity to give our icon and hero, Baba Oliver Mutukudzi a befitting send-off. Kudos to all ...

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Fashion Fights Cancer Foundation hosts CanCare Festival

Fashion Fights Cancer Foundation will be hosting a CanCare Festival on the 27th of April at Burnside in Bulawayo. A lot of local musicians will be performing on the event and some from South Africa. In an interview with the Chief Executive Officer and founder of Fashion Fights Cancer Foundations Aisha DeBeer, she said the festival will help them to ...

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“What unites us is stronger than what could ever divide us” :ED

  President Emmerson Mnangagwa invited all leaders of different political parties to unite following the demonstrations that took place the whole of last week in different parts of the country. “I invite leaders of all political parties as well as religious and civil leaders to set aside our differences and come together. What unites us is stronger than what could ...

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Killer T jets in South Africa

Award winning Zimdancehall musician Killer T will be performing live on the 11th of January at Innocent Pub in Kempton Park in South Africa. The live show will be hosted by Shisaka Entertainment and he will be sharing stage with PTK and Loud H. Killer T who was in Australia recently will be performing again in Yeovill which is just ...

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Chamisa calls for dialogue

  Opposition party (MDC-A)President, Nelson Chamisa calls for an urgent dialogue with President Emmerson Mnangagwa on finding solutions for the painful economic crisis. He said this today on his twitter account. Asked by one of his followers why he did it on twitter and not in person he said, he wrote the President of Zimbabwe letters before and after elections ...

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