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Anti-sanction march: Government asks farmers to donate fuel

Government through the Ministry of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing has asked Chipinge farmers to donate fuel for the anti-sanction march to be held on Friday the 25th this month. In a statement, Chipinge District Administrator said as the District Fundraising Sub-Committee they have been assigned to raise money for vehicles to transport Chipinge residents to Harare. “The ...

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Macheso mourns S.A big fan

Zimbabwean Sungura musician Alick Macheso has mourned the death of his Zimbabwean South African based supporter Dony Nikisi aka Kochebility. The artist said he is saddened by the death of Nikisi who was working with another big fan Baba Roger Muzawazi at Ekhuruleni Boksburg Hotel in South Africa. Posting on his social media networks Macheso described Dony as a “rare ...

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USA Ambassador to Zimbabwe speaks on sanctions

United states of America (USA) Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Brian Nicholas said President Emmerson Mnangagwa must implement political reforms that could persuade America to remove sanctions than having sanction rally. Speaking in an interview with Alpha Media Holdings chairman Trevor Ncube Ambassador also pointed out the critical reforms the country needs to implement which includes economic refoms, media, security sector and ...

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Davido welcomes first son and third child

Nigerian based musician David Adedeji Adeleke (well known as Davido)   has welcomed his first son with wife Chioma Rowland and third child in four years. The 27 year old singer yesterday posted a picture on social media holding a bouncing baby boy in his arms. He also revealed the name of child as David Adedeji Adeleke OBO junior. On Surtaday ...

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ZRP condemns acts of assaults on police: Zimbabweans react

Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has strongly condemned acts of assaults on police officers. It is reported that a woman police officer was attacked last week in Harare city between Kwame Nkuruma and Agwa streets. Posting on twitter ZRP said no one has the right to attack any police officer regardless of status, colour or religion. “The ZRP is disturbed by ...

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Mudiwa officially changes name

Award-winning Hip Hop Gospel artist Mudiwa Hood has announced that he officially changes his name from Mudiwa Ian Mthandwa to Mudiwa Ian Hood. In a statement the artist said Mudiwa Hood was not just a stage name as a musician but his real name. Mthandwa said Mthandwa was his grandfather’s name in which he adopted from his stepfather. Mudiwa went ...

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Mpilo doctors join other striking doctors

Mpilo Hospital Doctors’ in Bulawayo has joined the doctors’ incapacitation strike. Mpilo doctors have been working all along. In a letter directed to the hospital’s Clinical-Director doctors said they cannot be able to report for duty due to the sharp rise of the cost of living. “We do hereby collectively write this letter to your office to inform you of ...

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Castle Larger mourns Parston Ndabambi

Zimbabwe Football Association Castle Lager PSL mourned Parston Ndabambi who died today. Ndabambi served as a coach to different PLS clubs which include Shooting Stars, ZPC Kariba and Gunners. Football Association joins the family in mourning the passing of Ndabambi.Posting on its twitter handle the association said, “OuR heartfelt condolences to the Ndabambi family and friends following the passing of ...

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Mozambique votes today

Mozambique is today holding its presidential, provincial and legislative elections. It is reported that President Filipe Nyusi of the Frelimo party has already casted his vote at   the Escola Secundaria Josina Machel in Maputo. At a press statement yesterday the head of Mozambique’s National Elections Commission Abdul Karimo has urged citizens to exercise discipline and ensure polling is done peacefully. ...

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Anti-riot gear recovered: MDC Alliance blamed

Police has recovered 210 anti-riot and 46 police helmets which were hidden in a basement of Robnson House,corner Kwame Nkrumah Avenue and Angwa street over the weekend. However MDC Alliance is being blamed, because the helmets were found near Harvest House, the party’s headquarters and have often attacked motorists and citizens. MDC top officials and other people on social media ...

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