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UZ students to vacate accommodation in honour of Mugabe

University of Zimbabwe (UZ) has announced that it will be closed, as they join the nation in mourning the former President Robert Mugabe who died on Friday in Singapore. The institution said they will be on recess from Thursday 12 September to Sunday 15 September and resume on Monday 16 September. In a statement UZ has advised students on board ...

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Xenophobic attacks: Prophet TB Joshua shade tears

Founder of Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) Prophet TB Joshua has composed an emotional song and a video directed to Africans, pertaining xenophobic attacks in South Africa. In a video which was played yesterday during the service TB Joshua and other SCOAN members were holding hands, calling for unity in the African continent. TB Joshua wept as he sing, ...

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VP Mohadi fights ex-wife’s maintenance claim

Vice President (VP) Kembo Mohadi, has accused former wife, Tambudzani Bhudagi Muleya of playing games with the court and attempting to embarrass and harass him. Mohadi, was sued for post-divorce maintenance in the sum of US$13 394 by his former wife Muleya and the matter is set to be heard on Tuesday this week by High Court judge Justice Ester ...

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Nero congratulates Vincent Tsvangirai

Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-A) President Nelson Chamisa extends his congratulatory message to Hon Vincent Tsvangirai for winning the Glenview South parliamentary by-election. Vincent who was elected as Glen View South MP, won the seat with 3 474 votes followed by a Zanu PF candidate who got 1 534 votes. Chamisa also extends his gratitude to Zimbabweans for voting for ...

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Prophet Bushiri mourns Mugabe

Founder of Enlightened Christian Gathering church Prophet Shepherd Bushiri has mourned Zimbabwe’s former President Robert Gabriel Mugabe who died today in Singapore. In a statement Bushiri said “President Mugabe will always be remembered fondly for his values of Pan Africanism, for his commitment to a self-determining Africa and his unwavering desire to see black people prosper as one,” Bushiri said. ...

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BREAKING: Former President R.G Mugabe dies

Former President Robert Mugabe has died at 95 in Singapore where he was being treated since April. President Emmerson Mnangagwa confirmed his death. “It is with the utmost sadness that I announce the passing on of Zimbabwe’s founding father and former President ,Cde Robert Mugabe,”Mnangagwa said. “Cde Mugabe was an icon of liberation ,a pan Africanist who dedicated his life ...

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Warriors match against Somalia postponed

Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) announced that it has postponed their 2022 World Cup preliminary qualifier against Somalia following alleged request from the Somali Football Federation (SFF). In a statement ZIFA claims that the game will be played on Tuesday 10 September 2019 because the SFF failed to secure flights to Zimbabwe in time, for the match which was supposed to ...

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Xenophobia: Lungu pleads with Zambians to remain calm

Zambia’s President Edgar Changwa Lungu has called Zambians to distance themselves from violence acts. Lungu remarks came following South Africa xenophobic attacks on foreigners, started on Sunday which has resulted in the reported death of five people and 189 people arrested as foreign owned businesses were destroyed. Posting on his twitter handle the President denounced hatred among Africans. Lungu also ...

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Mutodi attracts criticism for calling Ndebele people foreigners

 Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Deputy Minister Dr Energy Mutodi is being criticised after he said Ndebele people have South African origins. Mutodi remarks came following xenophobic attacks in South Africa. Minister said Ndebele people were accommodated in the Western part of Zimbabwe because they were running away from Tshaka. “For South Africa, we find that in Zimbabwe here, if ...

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ED soft touch on xenophobic attacks draws criticism

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has received criticism after he applauded South African Government for promptly responding to violence that the country is facing since Sunday. South Africa deployed police to restore calm following xenophobic attacks, targeting foreigners which include Nigerians and Zimbabweans. Mnangagwa also condemned acts of violence and hate on fellow Africans. Posting on his twitter handle Mnangagwa said, “We ...

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