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S.A election updates

Votes are being counted in South Africa’s 2019 elections in Pretoria, with President Cyril Ramaphosa of the African National Congress (ANC) party leading in most Provinces. With results declared in some Provinces ANC is on top followed by Mmusi Maimane of the opposition Democratic Alliance (DA) then the radical Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) of Julius Malema. According to South African ...

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Another plane catches fire in Chicago

A plane caught fire just before take off at Chicago’s  O’hare  airport. The American Airlines jet had nine crew members and 161 passengers on board. Seven passengers and a flight attendant who were slightly injured and taken to hospital, the airline said. The Aviation Industry  have been under huge pressure in recent months after two Boeing Max jets crashed in ...

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ZETDC denies implementing load shedding timetable

The Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC) has dismissed rumors about a load shedding timetable that is currently circulating on social media since they are yet to come up with a calendar. In a press statement ZETDC is advising its customer to avoid listening to fake news being circulated on social media that it has created a schedule for ...

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EcoCash warns people to stop using ‘Ecoledger’ app

EcoCash has yesterday warned people not to use Ecoledger which is a Zimbabwean application found on Google Playstore at the moment. EcoCash has actually sent warning messages to some its valued customers. “WARNING                           Dear Valued Customer Please be advised that EcoCash does not have any business relationship with Ecoledger or any other associated applications that are offering to provide you ...

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Plan International empowers the girl child

Plan International is advocating for the girl child to be recognized in the society and to be equally treated as the boy child without infringing their rights to education and technology. On its twitter handle Plan International said it was now high time for the girl child to be recognized as a human being just like the boy child. The ...

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Ngezi Platinum Stars fire players

Ngezi Platinum Stars have fired two senior players Liberty Chakoroma and Simba Nhivi on allegations of being ring leaders in last weeks protest by players demanding an upward review of their salaries. The players  staged a sit-in last Friday and threatened not to fulfil their match against Telone if their demands for a pay rise and allowances were not met. ...

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MDC fans unhappy with High Court ruling on Chamisa’s presidency

The High Court yesterday has ruled that Movement for Democratic (MDC-A) leader Nelson Chamisa is not the legitimate President of the party. The court then ordered the MDC to hold an extraordinary Congress to choose legitimate leadership using the Party’s 2014 structure. Here is how MDC supporters react on social media. “Imagine if Mugabe or the G40 had gone to ...

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MDC-A turns a deaf ear to High Court of Zimbabwe Judgment

The Movement for Democratic Change Alliance(MDC-A) party refuses to accept the ruling from the High Court of Zimbabwe ruling that Nelson Chamisa is not the party’s President. At a press conference at Morgan Tsvangirai House Spokesperson of the party Jacob Mapfumo said the party is not going to listen at the High Court Judgment and the ones who were to ...

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Proud mom Kirsty Coventry shows off baby

The Minister of Youth, Sports, Arts and Recreation Kirsty Coventry has welcomed a baby girl with husband Tyrone Seward. The swimming legend showed off her daughter on her twitter handle saying she was not aware that she could love some as the way she loved her daughter Ella. “Our little girl Ella. I never thought I could love someone so ...

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S.A elections will mark the 6th Democratic Parliament

 South African Parliament is encouraging members of the public to cast their votes as it will be the beginning of a process of forming the 6th Democratic Parliament. In a statement, presiding officers of Parliament, Ms Thandi Modise and Ms Bakela Mbete said these elections will mark South Africa’s sixth since the end of Apartheid in 1994. “This year’s elections ...

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