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Reverend Ndoro dismisses late pastor Dambaza’s wife infidelity

Reverend Craig Ndoro have dismissed amid reports that the late senior pastor Berry Dambaza had walked on his wife pants down with another man at the church premises. The reverend claims that Sithembeni, the late pastor’s wife was at home and not at church, nursing her mother-in-law who was suffering from a stroke and she died a few hours after ...

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Bishop commits suicide: Mai Titi speaks out

Comedian and a socialite Felistas Murata Edwards aka Mai Titi said she witnessed the death of a prominent Harare preacher Bishop Berry Dambaza. Dambaza is suspected to have committed suicide after he fell to his death from a fourth-floor car park at Rezende Mall in Harare yesterday. Mai Titi posted an emotional message on her Facebook page, describing the way ...

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ZLHR wins case against police

Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) has won a case against Zimbabwe Republic Police(ZRP) at High Court who were suspending Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA) leader Dr Peter Magombeyi to seek medical treatment in foreign countries after his alleged staged abduction. “Zimbabwe High Court Order Police Zimbabwe to allow ZHDA official leader Dr Magombeyi to travel to South Africa to ...

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Pentecostal Assemblies pastor commits suicide

A senior pastor with the Pentecoastal Assemblies of Zimbabwe Upper Room Ministries and gospel author,Pastor Berry Dambaza is allegedly to have thrown himself from the 4th floor of Julius Nyerere Parkade just after parking his car yesterday afternoon. Circumstances leading to the suicide are still unclear ,amid reports that he had financial problems,while unconfirmed reports pointed to infidelity and another ...

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Malema rips into SADC and AU

South Africa’s Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema confronted Southern African Development Community (SADC) and African Union (AU) calling them “old leaders protecting each other”. Addressing Journalists at the late former President Robert Mugabe’s Blue Roof , Malema said SADC is a gentlemen club which did not think of its people. “There is no such a thing, SADC there ...

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Chipepera urges for gender equality in all Ministries

Ministry of Women Affairs, Community Small, Medium Enterprise Development Deputy Director Tariro Chipepera has called upon all ministries to emancipate and empower women in all levels in their organisations. The ministry advocated for gender equality in all sectors of every ministry.  Chipepera said Ministries should adopt women in all levels in a company and not to give a blind eye ...

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Mliswa calls for customer care in ZUPCO fleet

Member of Parliament for Norton Constituency Temba Mliswa has called upon Zimbabwe United Passenger Company (ZUPCO) to educate its drivers and conductors about customer care. Mliswa said ZUPCO workers were failing to respect and engage with customers. Mliswa said customers were being ill-treated by drivers and conductors. Hon. Mliswa said the electronic ticketing was not working as conductors gave an ...

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Deputy minister sued over botched cement deal

Deputy minister of Lands, Agriculture and Rural Resettlement Davison Marapira has been taken to the High Court by a local company, Lyonais Investments (Pvt) Ltd which is seeking an order to compel the legislator to deliver 600 bags of PC 15 cement. According to court papers, the firm said it had an agreement of sale with Marapira sometime last year ...

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Malema visits Mugabe’s “Blue Roof”

South Africa’s Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema has travelled to Zimbabwe to pay tribute to the Mugabe family. Malema who held a life celebration and memorial for the former late Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe arrived at R.G.M International Airport today. The memorial service was graced by the two former ministers under Mugabe regime, Patric Zhuwao and Saviour Kasukuwere ...

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ZERA pushes fuel prices up again

The Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA) has increased fuel prices again with effect from 23 September 2019. In a statement, petrol will be selling at ZWL 11.55 and diesel ZWL 12.08 In August the government increased fuel prices in relation to distance and transport costs from Harare city.However within two weeks it then decided to slightly reduce the prices. Petrol ...

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