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Pastor Evan speaks after Chikurubi release

Zimbabwe self-styled Pastor Evan Mawarire was yesterday released from custody in Chikurubi and he is yet to go before the court of law as he facing charges of trying to eradicate a constitutionally elected government. Speaking after his release Mawarire said that he is praying for the innocent men he had left in the Chikurubi maximum prison. “After 2 weeks ...

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Mugabe better dictator: Chamisa

Nelson Chamisa the leader of the main opposition party held a press conference today at their national headquarters. The press conference was used as to mystify the allegations that the party was responsible for the previous shutdown and violence around the county. Speaking during the press Chamisa managed to highlight that the era of Mugabe was better than the one ...

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MDC will not participate in any demo: Mutodi

Deputy Minister of information publicity and broadcasting services has revealed that in his small talks with the Movement for Democratic Change MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa confirmed that his party will not participate in any demonstrations in the country. This he said on his twitter account after they meet at Mtukudzi’s burial yesterday in Madziva. on his twitter account he ...

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“Hard work has brought me this far,”-Zim Models Awards Nominee

A local designer gives credit to hard work after he was nominated in three categories in the Zimbabwe Models Awards to be held this weekend at 7 arts in Avondale, Harare. Praise Chitsau, 22, was nominated in the most promising, best commercial and most photogenic categories. Chitsau said he is looking forward to be the winner in each of the ...

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Youths urged to unite

Following the National Unity Day to be held on Saturday 22 December this year, the youths has been urged to unite to pave way for development of our country despite their difference in political issues. In a statement, the executive director for Zimbabwe Youth Arise (ZIMYA), Taonashe Chinguruve also said political polarization in Zimbabwe has to come to an end. ...

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War vets protest against ED

IN a move reminiscent of the Chenjerai Hunzvi-led demonstrations in 1997, war veterans picketed at President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s offices today with a long list of demands. The veterans of the 1970s bush war that brought Uhuru for the country said that unlike former President Robert Mugabe who gave them $50 000 gratuities, the current President has done nothing for them. ...

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Sanyangore faces jail over debt

Controversial prophet and Victory World  International Ministries leader, Paul Sanyangore is facing imprisonment following his failure to settle US$12 733.73 owed to international satellite and broadcast service provider, Viewsat Limited. On December 6 2018, Viewsat Limited filed summons for imprisonment and cited Sanyangore as the respondent. In an a notice to the respondent which was filed along with the summons, ...

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Hopely Farm: Augur Investments dismiss City of Harare’s claim

Following several reports of alleged corrupt activities involving land between the City of Harare and Augur Investments that has led to the arrest of the latter’s director on charges of corruption, Augur Investments officials have dismissed as false and malicious all the levelled allegations against its officials. Most recently, officials from the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission besieged Augur Investments offices with ...

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S.B Moyo’s health new details emerge

FOREIGN Affairs Minister Sibusiso B Moyo’s health has reportedly deteriorated, with reports indicating that he is now unable to speak. The disclosure comes hard on the heels of an announcement by President Emmerson Mnangagwa that former leader, Robert Mugabe, is now wheelchair-bound in Singapore, where he is receiving specialist healthcare and treatment. According to ministry of health officials aware of ...

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Takesure scoops SABC crown awards

Takesure Zamar Ncube a Zimbabwean self-styled gospel musician based in South Africa won the South African Broadcasting Company (SABC) crown awards. The awards were held yesterday in South Africa yesterday in Durban. Takesure who is popularly known for his hit song ‘ kuregerera in advance’ that he sang in collaboration with the South African Music Band the Joyous Celebration choir ...

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