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Desolo B releases new video

Yesterday Zimbabwean based Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) Rhumba musician Desolo B launched a music video called ”I love You” at the Gallery café In New Alexandra park Harare. At the launch of the video, the CEO of Diamond Studios, Steady Munyanyi said they have formed a contract with lyricist, choreographer and veteran Rhumba musician Desolo B real name Makula ...

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AWARD WINNING HIP HOP ARTIST DIES

Tanyaradzwa MutizwaThe Zimbabwe music industry has again been plunged into mourning after the untimely passing of award winning ZimHip Hop artist CalVin ‘The Luveve Boy’.Calvin real name Mgcini Calvin Nhliziyo a highly talented artist with various awards and accolades to his name first plunged the hip hop scene in the late 90s and was 35 at the time of his ...

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CALL FOR YOUTH TO ACTIVELY PARTICIPATE IN SDGs IMPLEMENTATION

Tanyaradzwa MutizwaTHE youth have been called to actively participate in the implementation of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals(SDGs) especially during this decade of action.The Zimbabwe Youth Sustainable Development Goals (ZYSDG) Projects Manager Mr David Zezai in an interview with ZimOnline News recently, called for the young people to join in the implementation of the SDGs from grassroot levels.The Sustainable ...

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Top cop Mutipforo on ‘bribe’ rap charge

A senior police officer faced bribery allegations on Wednesday as he was released on Z$10,000 bail by a Harare magistrate. Chief Superintendent Joseph Josphat Mutipforo allegedly received a bribe from two City of Harare bosses in order to drop an investigation and forfeiture of their properties. Mutipforo – who is in charge of the Asset Forfeiture Unit at CID Commercial ...

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New Commissioners sworn in

Today The president of Zimbabwe swore in two constitutional commissions, Zimbabwe Media commission and the Zimbabwe Human Rights commission at the State House. Today at the State House, Zimbabwe Media Commission Chairperson Professor Ruby Magosvingwe among others, takes her Oath of Office before the President. Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Nick’ Mangwana on twitter ...

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Fly Africa In Loan Repayment Default

Fly Africa Zimbabwe In Loan Repayment Default

Fly Africa Zimbabwe In Loan Repayment Default FLY AFRICA ZIMBABWE has been slapped with a USD2.9 Million lawsuit following a default on its loan repayment terms with its Mauritian lender, Blossom View Holdings Limited.Blossom extended a loan facility of up to US$4 million according to a loan term sheet signed between Blossom and Fly Africa on 8 November 2019.Fly Africa ...

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Blessing Shumba releases 8th album online.

Mutare based, award winning and popular Zimbabwean gospel artist Blessing Shumba also known as the Psalmist, has released his eighth album ”Heal Our Lands”. Earler on in an interview with local publications, Shumba confirmed the launch of the eight track album and he said “The main message on the album is anchored on the theme of hope. We are saying ...

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Harare Mayor Jacob Mafume Recalled

After only 19 days in office Harare Mayor Jacob Mafume has been recalled by his party, the People’s Democratic Party (PDP). The occurrence was announced in a letter to the Minister of Local Government, July Moyo by PDP secretary-general Benjamin Rukanda who said Mafume has ceased to represent the interests of the party. Reads the letter in part: “Following the ...

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Nzenza tours Kadoma Textiles

Minister of Industry and Commerce, Hon Sekai Nzenza on Friday 11 September, toured Kadoma Textiles, on a fact-finding mission in the country’s industries. Kadoma textiles a division of Zimbabwe Spinners and Weavers, avid manufactures of bed sheets, workwear, baby nappies and towelling for local and export markets. It employs 950 workers and produces 300 000 metric metres of fabrics per ...

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Lawyer denounces Herald story.

Today, Lawyer and Politician Fadzayi Mahere has dismissed a report by The Herald claiming that three MDC Alliance activists recently visited Apostolic prophet in Hatfield, Harare to have the state case against them fail. The state media published a story claiming oposition party activists Joana Mamombe, Cecilia Chimbiri and Netsai Marova, visited an apostolic sect prophetess, Madzimai Memory of Hatfield, ...

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