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Jah Prayzah caught in “Unpaid Portraits” storm

Zimbabwe’s international music artist Mukudzei Mukombe, popularly known as Jah Prayzah has been caught up in a storm of portraits of himself and the late Legend Dr Oliver Tuku Mtukudzi, he seized from former Children’s Home artist and have neglected and/or refused to pay for. He had also promised to bring to the late Dr. Oliver Mtukudzi’s attention, the expert ...

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Tendai Biti found guilty

Tendai biti the Vice Chairperson for the Movement for Democratic Change(MDC Alliance) has been found guilty for announcing the presidential election results for 2018 before the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission had done the honours. Harare magistrate Gloria Takundwa has found Biti guilty of announcing results yet he is not a ZEC official. Magistrate Takundwa said the address at the conference constitutes ...

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Prophet Walter Magaya Faces arrest over tax evasion

The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority has finally ordered for the arrest of Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries leader Walter Magaya for tax evasion going up to $22 million. The move by the police to summon Magaya follows a lifestyle audit done on him and his church dealings by ZIMRA, after suspicion that he had been under-declaring his earnings. Police spokesperson ...

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Winfit Harare office raided, security guard tied and beaten

The Harare office of trans-continental company serving Zimbabweans in diaspora was robbed earlier this morning with the robbers making a run with dozens of laptop computers, cash and a 600kg Chubb safe leaving the on duty security guard tied, gagged and beaten. Thought to have scoured the perimeter wall before neutralising the security detail, the robbers entered the premises via ...

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Zimbabwe Council of Churches summon Mnangagwa, Chamisa for inclusive dialogue

Video Cortesy of SMTV Media & ZNCC With President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa calling for a dialogue at State House yesterday to which the entire nation of Zimbabwe criticised as bias as it lacked credible mediation, main opposition made a position clear that they will not be part of it given the biased environment and other human rights terms still in ...

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Mzembi critical, not dead

Contrary to the rumours stringing and trending on the social media, former Zanu-PF stalwart and Minister of Hospitality & Tourism Walter Mzembi is NOT DEAD but confirmed in a critical condition at a hospital outside Zimbabwe. Mzembi, one of former president Mugabe’s loyalists who fell out of favour of the Mnangagwa’s Lacoste faction of Zanu-PF found himself in hot water ...

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Ed dodges Mt Darwin “Thank You Rally”, sends unknown Mohadi

President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa has surprisingly absconded attending his first leg of the continued series of “Thank You” rallies post the protests over the unsustainable cost of living which turned violent and cast a dark mark on his presidency. Mnangagwa, through his Presidential spokesperson George Charamba gave an excuse of him being busy appraising international leaders on the merits of ...

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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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Pastor Evan speaks after Chikurubi release

Zimbabwe self-styled Pastor Evan Mawarire was yesterday released from custody in Chikurubi and he is yet to go before the court of law as he facing charges of trying to eradicate a constitutionally elected government. Speaking after his release Mawarire said that he is praying for the innocent men he had left in the Chikurubi maximum prison. “After 2 weeks ...

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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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