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UNMASKED: Knife wielding “wife” Capetown evil

Zimbabwean communities globally have of late been ridden with woman on woman violence of extreme graphic nature abeit on blame of infidelity of fellow women on their partners. Such videos, despite clearly exposing criminal nature of action, appear to me put up on social media in most occasions as live broadcast as if are a badge of honour. Of latest ...

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Toda Zimbabwe launches “Fuel Finder” Application

A Zimbabwean company with vast exposure in the transport sector, Toda Zimbabwe that billed headlines as pioneer of mobile application supported safe travel booking yesterday unveiled yet another critical product much to the relief of Zimbabwean motorists stranded for fuel. Motorists in Zimbabwe oft spend long hours in fuel qeues and speculating on Fuel stations rumoured to be with product ...

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Stanbic Bank senior Manager throws family out

In a classic case of African style of marriage breakdown wherein a woman is humiliated and stripped down to her panties, a senior manager with Stanbic Canny Mapfumo has successfully sought and secured an eviction order against his former wife Sarudzai Mukungunurwa after the collapse of their 17yr customary marriage. Disturbing to the eviction, neither did Mapfumo nor the Zimbabwe ...

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Unlicensed rogue vehicles now menacing Harare streets

Despite the warnings from police and road safety agencies to be weary of vehicles that drive without displaying legal documentation of identification, proof of licence and insurance, Harare has become a haven of such vehicles mimicking the dreaded Central Intelligence Organisation or President’s Office fleet. An innocent pedestrian lies on the tarmac after being hit Such vehicles have become a ...

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City of Harare watches as Mukuvisi is littered

Mukuvisi River which stood Harare’s waterway pride since the Rhodesian days has become an eyesore and unmitigated dumping pound by city’s businesses in broad day while the capital’s authorities look the other way, perhaps busy chasing vendors and clamping motorists. The Council is reeling under controversy after recently investing heavily on clampers gear, trucks to run after vendors and more ...

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Dire water crisis in Hopely Park.

Water is vital for all forms of life. It may not provide nutrients or calories,but it is the centre piece of all life, but for Hopely Park residents getting just a bucket of water would be considered an achievement. Residents of Hopely Park suburb, south of Harare travel more than 5 km to fetch the precious liquid from the periphery ...

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Malema bows to Mugabe legacy

The Economic Freedom Fighters political party (SA) has held a Life celebration and memorial for the late former Zimbabwean President Cde Robert Mugabe to where the controversial Pan African Revolution leader CIC Julius Sello Malema paid tribute to the fallen father calling him “The Father of Africa”. In his moving tribute, Malema slammed the myopic ignorance of some African political ...

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“There was never a hatchet to bury” Madam Boss

Last night at the launch of “Yahwe” album by Pastor Olinda Marowa at 7-Arts Theatre in Avondale, controversial comedians and socialites Felistas Edwards, popularly known as Mai Titi and Tyrah Chikocho, known as Madam Boss took to the front row in solid support of Pastor Olinda. Unexpected due to their assumed high flamed social media feud, people would naturally have ...

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Delta donates school gear to “Idai” affected schools

Delta Beverages Corporate have extended a donation of desks and chairs worth RTGS$400 000 to Cyclone Idai affected schools today. The handover ceremony took place at the Red Cross headquarters, in Harare. The donation was disbursed through Red Cross Zimbabwe, one of Delta Corporation’s four partners they have worked with in assisting the Cyclone Idai victims. Delta Corporation non-executive board ...

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Lecturer ‘purged’ for challenging ED competency

A lecturer from the Harare Polytechnic College has been suspended for what the college administration cited as misconduct after he was caught expressing his opinion on the President’s performance record. Amos Dauzen is now at risk of being sacked after his statement in which he claimed President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa has so much underperformed and mismanaged the leadership so much ...

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