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MDC-A condemns abuse of party officials by Mnangagwa security

Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-A) Youth Assembly has condemned the harassment of party councilor and Secretary for Land and Agriculture, Gilbert Mutubuki over the land dispute in Chiredzi . The Secretary received threats on Thursday night from the unidentified 3 men who were driving a white Nissan Hardbody.The men were believed to be members of the Central Intelligence Organisation. In ...

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Chamisa calls for a 7-day prayer

President of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) Nelson Chamisa, has called for a week of prayers, starting next Monday and culminating to “decisive and crucial next steps” over the ailing country. In particular, during the seven days of prayer, starting from Monday the 29th of July to Sunday the 4th of August, Chamisa said “I kindly ask you to ...

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ZEC dismisses rumors on social and mainstream media

The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) has distanced itself from the false and non-factual articles that were circulating on social and traditional media. In a statement ZEC has urged the citizens to desist from false WhatsApp message which was applauding them for voting President Emmerson Mnangagwa last year.

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‘We are not separating with my husband’:Olinda

Businesswoman and socialite Olinda  Chapel-Nkomo said she will not dump her husband because of his promiscuous relationship with her friend.   Posting on her live video on facebook, Olinda said Tytan was cheating with her friend and Fungai for a year. “We are not separating with my husband. I am not going to dump my husband. I am not separating ...

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Mwonzora congratulates Vincent Tsvangirai

Shadow Deputy Secretary for International Affairs Douglas Mwonzora has congratulated the son of the late political heavy weight Dr Morgan Richard Tsvangirai after he won in primary elections in Glen View South Constituency. Posting on his twitter handle, Mwonzora said they are looking forward to work with Tsvangirai after his triumph in the primary elections. The position was open after ...

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U.S provides additional aid to cyclone Idai victims

Government of the United States of America (USA) has provided an additional of US$4.7 million to Cyclone Idai victims in Chimanimani and Chipinge to rebuild and recover their lives. The USA government said the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) will also work with other organisations which include CARE to provide clean water and shelter to those that were ...

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‘My dream is to send 500 kids in all ten provinces’ :Tanyaradzwa Muzinda

Zimbabwean young motorcross rider Tanyaradzwa Muzinda has paid school fees for 40 girls and 5 boys in assurance that the Girl Child has access to education. The young motorist, has ensured that the Girl Child is not left behind by donating her little savings to Chinamano Council Primary School at Epworth. The role that she has taken is a great ...

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Chamisa congratulates Boris Johnson,Britain Prime Minister

Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-A) President Nelson Chamisa extends his congratulatory message to Boris Johnson for being appointed as Britain Prime Minister. Johnson (55) was appointed by Queen Elizabeth II in a formal meeting at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday 24 July 2019. Chamisa has send his congratulatory message via twitter, “Happy to congratulate Right Honourable @BorisJohnson as the New Prime ...

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ZBC and Zimpapers caught pants down

Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) and Zimbabwe Papers have been convicted of impartiality in a landmark case brought to the court by Human Rights Civic Organisation being represented by Zimbabwean lawyer Douglas Coltart. In a verdict passed down on the 19th of June 2019 by Justice Mufurisi in Masvingo High Court the national broadcasters have been ordered to stop being subjective.The ...

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World reacts to Boris Johnson’s appointment as UK Prime Minister

The appointment of UK Boris Johnson as new Britain’s Prime Minister has left the whole British society and the world at large divided as some Ministers are reported resigning and some turning down appointments. The dramatic event has left the whole country and the world divided, with some expressing concern over his election and some believing he will experience the ...

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