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Mliswa turns Parliament upside-down again

Honourable Themba Mliswa calls for the Government to remove Nduna in Parliament after he claimed to be a murder. In a Parliamentary committee yesterday Mliswa said murderers should not be in Parliament “We cannot allow murders to stay in Parliament, we are being threatened every day. He is constantly threatening everyone.” Mliswa also accused Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary ...

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Morgan Tsvangirayi memorial lecture underway

  The memorial lecture in honour of the late founder of Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) Morgan Tsvangirayi was cleared by police and is currently in progress at Harare Showgrounds. Earlier on the police have reportedly refused to approve the MDC’s application for the memorial. It is also reported that there serious disagreements over how to commemorate the late icon. ...

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Sungura Artist stretches hand to people with disability

Local sungura musician Eddy Ziyali popularly known as Man Edie has yet released another album called Gango. The album was released early this month. In an interview with ZimOnline News Eddy revealed that the produce of this album will go to benefit all those people who are leaving with disabilities. The album consists of song like back to sender, nyata, ...

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Tuku’s Peace Memorial Gig postponed

Tuku’s Peace Memorial Concert which was set for the 16th  of February at Glamis Arena in Harare has been postponed to a date which is a yet to be advised. The free music concert is backed by the Youth, Sport, Arts and Research Ministry in partnership with National Arts Council among others in honour of Dr Oliver Mutukudzi. Another concert ...

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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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Nduna confesses to be a murderer

Chegutu West Member of Parliament Dexter Nduna yesterday confessed in Parliament that he is a killer and he has killed many people, some of them he does not know. Nduna said this when they are exchanging words with Norton Member of Parliament Themba Mliswa ,after Mliswa had said , “The Human Rights groups must take Hon Nduna to task over ...

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Mangudya dismisses Biti’s claims on local currency

The governor of The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe, John Mangudya dismissed the claims being circulated on social media regarding the introduction of the new currency. He said that the country will continue to use the multi-currency system. Former Finance Minister Tendai Biti yesterday claimed that government was planning to introduce a new local currency this week. Posting on twitter, Biti ...

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Chinese Embassy donates computers to Ministry of Information

China’s  Acting Ambassador to Zimbabwe Baogang donated desktop computers and laptops to the Ministry of Information. The Ministry of information is on a four day workshop on strategic planning today at Harare International Conference Centre. Minister Monica Mutsvangwa officially opened the event. The permanent secretary in the Ministry of Information Cde Nick Mangwana and other senior government officials attended the ...

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ED in denial of the situation on the ground

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has denied  allegations of people’s killings and rape by the army despite numeral footages circulating on social media of victims on first hand account ,President Mnangagwa remain defiant. In an interview with France 24 in Adis Ababa, Mnangagwa said there was no evidence of killed and raped people, they are only allegations. “With regard to the allegations ...

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Tsvangirai’s memorial service suspended

The late founder of Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) President Morgan Tsvangirai’s memorial service date has been moved to May from this month due to unfavorable current situation in the country. MDC spokesperson Jacob Mafume said the current situation in the country which is characterized by extra-judicial killings of activists is not conducive to hold the service. “As a party, ...

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