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Masarira advocates for fair redistribution of land

Political, Development and Socioeconomic Rights Activist and LEAD President Linda Tsungirirai Masarira has challenged ZANU PF’s unfair distribution of land and opted for redistribution of land fairly to productive farmers and avoidance of multiple farm ownership. “Land must be redistributed fairly. As LEAD, we say no to multiple farm ownership and owning land without making it productive. The liberation struggle ...

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Bounty Lisa speaks out: “I was not just seated”

Zimbabwe dance hall artist Lisa Musenyi aka Bounty Lisa said she has been looking for help and treatment all along before visiting Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministries (PHD). Speaking live on Mai titi’s Facebook page, Musenyi said her move to go to PHD Ministries was not to seek attention but rather looking for spiritual healing. She said she even spent ...

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Zim Gospel Artist releases album in S.A

A Zimbabwean gospel artist Robert Yaso released an Album on South Africa. The Album was released last year 2019. In an interview with ZimOnline News, Yaso gave a brief bacground about himself and his experience as a gospel artist based in a foreign country. Yaso was born in Norton Ngoni and comes from a humble background.His father died when he ...

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I do not support state lies: Mliswa

Honorable Member of Parliament for Norton Constituency Temba Peter Mliswa said he is not in support of politicians’ lies as many mistook his confrontation to Nick Mangwana on propaganda on twitter this week. Mliswa twitted on his Twitter defending himself as a lot of people accused him of being ZANU PF. “Some mistook my query to Nick Mangwana on propaganda ...

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ZRP ARREST 907 ILLEGAL MINERS

Zimbabwean police have arrested 907 illegal miners in Mazowe in an operation targeting the notorious Machete wielding gang also known as maShurugwi.  In a statement, the police said the miners were apprehended in Mazowe with different types of weapons, drugs and they were able to impound 18 vehicles and mining equipment. “18 vehicles were impounded while various mining equipment, an ...

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Mary demands compensation for injuries sustained from White City incident

The dispute between Vice President Chiwenga and Marry Chiwenga has taken a nasty turn with Marry coming out guns blazing demanding 40 thousand US dollars for maintenance per month. The legal battle between Vice President Constantino Chiwenga and his wife Marry continues and has taken a nasty turn as Marry Chiwenga claims 40 United States dollars per month in maintenance. ...

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Gold miners demand pay In Foreign Currency

Small and medium-scale gold miners are demanding that at least 80% of their gold sales to the central bank be paid for in United States Dollars enable them to sustain their operations. Confederation of Zimbabwe Miners (CZM) president Advance Rangani Chauke said they want to be given 80% of their gold sales in US dollars because it would improve the ...

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Marry uses juju: Chiwenga

Vice President Constantino Nyikadzino Guvheya Chiwenga exposed Marry Mubaiwa’s juju use in court yesterday as he responded to the latter’s court report.  “Applicant is a very dangerous person who basically wanted to liquidate me from the face of this earth. Possibly what saved me was failure on my part to sign a marriage certificate due to incapacity, which if done ...

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ZIMSEC Results are out

Zimbabwe School Examination Council released the November 2019 ‘A’ level results yesterday. Candidates who wrote the examinations are expected to collect results from their respective schools and centres starting today or get their results online from the ZIMSEC Results Portal, which is accessible online on links which will be available on the ZIMSEC website ZIMSEC chairperson Professor Eddie Mwenje said ...

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Bishop arrested for fraud

Anglican Bishop for Manicaland Erick Ruwona was arrested yesterday for corruption, fraud and abuse of office. He will appear before Mutare magistrate today facing these charges. Bishop Ruwona reportedly made all students enrolling in Anglican schools to buy bibles and hymn books or consider enrolling into other schools. The bibles were going for $800ZWL and this resulted in parents with ...

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