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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:Malema apologises on behalf of South Africans

South Africa Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) Commander in Chief Julius Sello Malema has issued an apology on behalf of all South Africans on the xenophobic incident which has claimed lives of foreign nations. Malema said as Africans we should take care of each other as we are brothers and sisters. At a press conference Malema remorsefully acknowledged the violence caused ...

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Mutodi issues an apology over ethnicity video

Deputy Minister of Information,Publicity and Broadcasting Services Energy Mutodi has apologised after posting a ethnicity video were he said most Ndebele’s came from South Africa. In a video Mutodi regretfully apologized about the video and those who were affected by it. “My tweet saying about 3 million Zimbabweans were of South African descent has riled Zimbabweans. The tweet has been ...

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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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Netone reviews Khuluma 24/7 bundles.

Khuluma 24/7 voice bundles offered by Netone which previously had four different bouquets has been revised to 3. The down size is allegedly due to the current economic challenges in the country. Below are the reviewed tariffs 10 minutes costing $3 20 minutes costing $5 45 minutes costing $10 Recently NETONE had again reviewed the pricing of their data bundles ...

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Parirenyatwa :Poor health delivery post excellence awards.

Parirenyatwa Group of hospitals last Friday hosted their Customer Care Championship Awards program and a total number of 113 members of staff ,among them clinical and non clinical staff at the hospital were honoured. Barely 48 hours after the awards on Sunday a report was made of a pregnant woman who died while giving birth at the hospital ,Mbuya Maternity ...

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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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Mlindo fears for life over xenophobic attacks

South African singer Lindokuhle Magedezi well known as Mlindo the vocalist said he fears for his life to attend a concert in Zimbabwe after South Africa has been hit by xenophobic attacks on foreigners. The Ama Blesser hit maker said South Africans are attacking foreigners and he is not sure if Zimbabweans would not do the same to him and ...

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Zimbabweans condemn xenophobic attacks

Zimbabweans are deeply saddened by xenophobic attacks in South Africa, targeting foreigners including Zimbabweans, Nigerians, Mozambicans and Pakistanis and other Africans. Zimbabweans on social media have expressed their anger over this xenophobic violence. “South Africa why?!? It will never be ok for us to kill each other, it will never be ok to burn and bludgeon people to death because ...

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