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Author Archives: Tinashe Gwatidzo

Tinashe Gwatidzo is an IT Entrepreneur from Zimbabwe , passionate about technology and the development of technological solutions in Africa. He is the founder and CEO of TG-IT Solutions (Pty) Ltd and Zimbabwe Online Classifieds Site called Pamusika.net

Letwina Bhindy Fushai: A life lived for many

Oustspoken Canada exiled Zimbabwean socialite, author and mother Letwina Bhindy Fushai today lost her publicly fought battle cardiac failure battle according to a post on a social media penned by her daughter Chido. Fushai, who never shied away from her lamentations of how Zimbabwe decayed in the hands of Mugabe-led Zanu PF administration which in her words caused the massive ...

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Wreckage From AirAsia Flight QZ8501 Found

Bodies and wreckage from an AirAsia flight that went missing on its way to Singapore on Sunday were found on Tuesday in the Karimata Strait off the coast of Borneo, Indonesian rescue teams said. Djoko Murjatmodjo, a senior official with Indonesia’s Transportation Ministry, said the debris was from the missing plane, The New York Times reported. “We’ve confirmed the wreckage ...

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Dav Whatmore confirmed as Zimbabwe coach

Dav Whatmore has been unveiled as Zimbabwe’s new coach, replacing Stephen Mangongo, who was in charge for five months and sacked 12 days ago. Whatmore will take Zimbabwe to the 2015 World Cup with a view to extending the deal after the tournament. Zimbabwe are the fourth international team Whatmore will take charge of and the first non-subcontinental side he ...

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RBZ unveils new coins to be operational December 18

THE new Zimbabwe coins were unveiled by the central bank, but will only start circulating in the country on December 18 2014. Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe governor John Mangudya said the country will receive $10 million worth of bond coins between now and March which translate to 2% of total banking deposits. Speaking at the unveiling of the coins yesterday, ...

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Zimbabwe Cricket spiralling into abyss — Stuart Carlisle

FORMER national cricket team player Stuart Carlisle has broken his silence on the demise of the sport in Zimbabwe. Below is his statement: As a former national player, I have maintained my silence in the last decade since we retired or resigned from national cricket at the end of the so-called “Rebel” days. I have remained silent out of respect ...

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Ugandan Baby Arnella clean bill of health, Minister pays a visit

It is good news for Baby Arnella! It has been reported that Arnella is perfectly doing ok and has been discharged from the hospital. Thank God for technology, the hidden camera installed by Arnella’s parents exposed the wicked nanny. Baby Arnella with her parents visits Inspector of Police, Kale Kayihura, earlier today. According to Daily Monitor , Youth and Children ...

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DJ seeks to form ‘voice guild’, Improve standards

By Robert Mukondiwa: Celebrated radio personality and arts critic Richard Kohola, popularly known as RK has embarked on a programme to establish a guild of seasoned trained ‘voice’ talent to do advert voice overs as well as related radio and possibly television workto world class standards. The move seeks to ensure that there is a high standard of expertise in ...

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Zanu(PF) turns ugly as Nicholas Goche quits

HARARE – Politburo heavyweight Nicholas Goche dramatically quit Zanu PF’s violent central committee elections in Bindura yesterday, charging angrily that he was now completely fed up with the ugly factional and succession wars that are devouring President Robert Mugabe’s ruling party. Goche’s sensational abandonment of the elections, which leaves his Cabinet position in doubt, came after violent hired thugs, who ...

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ZRP lurid defence on Magaya Kwekwe disaster

Zimbabwe’s embattled police force whose incompetance and bizarre presence in a number of public gatherings that mostly ended in commotion, violence and fatalities has made desperate attempts to clear their involvement with the latest leg where they sanctioned closure of all exists except one at the recent All Night prayer conference in Kwekwe where at least eleven people are confirmed ...

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28 massacred by Al Shabaab in Kenya

Islamist militants ambushed a bus in Kenya on Saturday and sprayed bullets on those who failed to recite Quran verses, killing at least 28 people, authorities said. The bus, which had 60 people aboard, was heading from Mandera, near the Somali border, to the capital of Nairobi. About 20 miles into its dawn journey, militants stopped it at a hilly ...

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