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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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Prophet Bushiri arrested, to appear in court

A well-known South African Prophet Sherpherd Bushiri of Enlightened Christian Gathering Church (ECG) is set to appear in court on Monday. Bushiri and his wife Prophetess Marry were arrested by the Hawks yesterday for fraud and money laundering. Bushiri faces fraud charges for several times,   wherein 2018 he was arrested for allegedly shipping millions of rands from South Africa to ...

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Husband accuses wife for cheating with pastor

A  Bulawayo man Shadreck Mushata (39) bashed his wife after she denied the allegations that she is having an affair with church pastor. In a report (B-Metro) Mushata accused his wife Abigail Magunga (33) of cheating him with Pastor Luckson Mangwiro and he then asked his son to confirm his suspicions. To make matters worse, Mushata went on to beat ...

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Mutare man beaten by soldiers dies

A Mutare man identified as Noah Sahombe who was assaulted by soldiers on the 20th of January has passed away. Sahombe (29) was from Zimunya suburbs and was beaten by soldiers as they suspected him to be amongst the people who caused commotion during the ShutdownZim campaign. He was taken to Mutare General Hospital where he was diagnosed with renal ...

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ED defends police, army brutality, shifts blame on western countries

  President Emmerson Mnangagwa has defended the brutality actions on civilians by the military force and the police during the 3 day ShutdownZimbabwe which started on mid-January, saying it was necessary to defend people’s property. Mnangagwa also accused the Western countries who spoke against the human violations of trying to remove him from power. Addressing the media on Wednesday, Mnangagwa ...

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Zimbabweans want Mugabe back?: E.D

President Emmerson Mnangagwa said former president Robert Gabriel Mugabe is free to return to politics if he wants at a briefing with private media journalists at state house on the 30th of January. He laughed when he was asked if he was intimidated by reports that some Zimbabweans were longing for Mugabe to come back in power. “When we came ...

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Teachers to go on strike

The Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) and the Zimbabwe Teachers association have released a joint press statement which they have indicated that it will start on the 5th of February. The two associations have reviewed their grievances which have led them to their decision to go on an industrial action. “Having afforded  dialogue with the employer a chance on ...

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fight over Tuku’s property unravels

Late musician Oliver Mtukudzi’s first wife Melody Murape says she is not interested in getting any share from Tuku’s estate. In an interview Murape said she is the one who divorced Tuku, so she has no right to get Tuku’s wealth “Let me make it clear, Tuku did not divorce me but it’s me who surrendered as l was against ...

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Jah Prayzah dismisses Mai TT’s allegations

Jah Prayzah’s manager, Keen Mashapaidze has dismissed the accusations by Mai TT about Jah pretending to be nice by pushing Greatman’s wheelchair  at Tuku’s tribute concert at National Sports Stadium. The popular Zimbabwean comedian said that Jah’s act was a publicity stunt because he once denied a request to work with him. In a statement, Mashapaidze said Jah Prayzah was ...

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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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