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Dr Tumi to share stage with Mahendere and Takesure

South African contemporary gospel musician, Tumisang Makweya (Dr Tumi) is expected to arrive in Harare on Friday afternoon for Thy kingdom Come Worship summit to be held on Saturday 14th of April at the Harare International Conference Centre. Apostle Batsirai Java who will host Thy kingdom Come Worship Summit said the aim of the conference is to bring people to ...

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Broken down Zambian coach perches on Second Street for days

A broken down Zambian registered long distance coach has been perched in the middle of one of Harare’s CBD access roads, Second Street for more than three days, creating an accident hotspot and blocking a whole lane just opposite the South African High Commission. In a culture now prevalent in the capital city where broken down vehicles are either abandoned ...

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Mbire Chief Daster Chisunga dies in a car accident

Guruve/Mbire district chief, Chief Daster Chisunga (47) has died. Chief Chisunga was involved in a fatal accident by the 92km peg of the Mvurwi/Kanyemba Highway when he lost control of his Landcruiser vehicle and it rolled off the road. he died on the spot. He was carrying eight passengers who were injured and stably recovering at Guruve Rural Hospital. The ...

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Government to create 400 000 jobs

The minister of Labour and Social Welfare, honourable Petronella Kagonye said her ministry is working towards creating 400 00 jobs. Honorable Kagonye said this at the employment creation dialogue which was held yesterday in Harare. She also said that the creation of these jobs is a thing that the ministry will see unto completion within a period of two years. ...

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Chamisa blasts politicians for campaigning in churches

Advocate Nelson Chamisa has revealed his disgust on politicians that have been taking the Easter holiday as a platform to campaign for the fourth coming elections in different churches. In his Road to Victory dialogue (R2V) Chamisa has highlighted that he was deeply pained by some of my colleagues in the political industry who continue to belittle God and the ...

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Windmill CEO in Rape Scandal

The trial of a Windmill Private Limited Company boss who is facing allegations of raping and impregnating his 15-year-old relative failed to kick off yesterday at Harare Magistrates’ Court after he raised some exceptions. George Rundogo, said he could not prepare a defence outline and he made an application requesting for some DNA tests and a police running diary so ...

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Winnie “Mandikizela” Mandela dies at 81

SOUTH African anti-apartheid campaigner Winnie Madikizela-Mandela has died aged 81, her family have confirmed. “She succumbed peacefully in the early hours of Monday afternoon surrounded by her family and loved ones,” the family said in a statement. The ex-wife of Nelson Mandela was known as “mother of the nation” and had been admitted to hospital in January with a kidney ...

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