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Activist Mombeyarara speaks on state human rights abuses

Human rights activist Tatenda Mombeyarara said he is hoping that those who brutally attacked him should be brought to the law. Mombeyarara was tortured by men who wanted him to disclose information about the upcoming anti-government protest on the 16th of August. “The rabid dogs who tortured me and others will face justice someday. Their marks will come off. Had ...

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Gringo’s operation successful

Popular actor Lazarus Boora who played the main character Gringo in the drama series who was seriously ill, is reportedly to have undergone a successful operation at South Medical Hospital in Chitungwiza. Gringo’s family yesterday with the help of Jackie Ngarandu, a social media influencer shared their sad story appealing to the public, asking for help to pay up the ...

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Mpilo doctors join other striking doctors

Mpilo Hospital Doctors’ in Bulawayo has joined the doctors’ incapacitation strike. Mpilo doctors have been working all along. In a letter directed to the hospital’s Clinical-Director doctors said they cannot be able to report for duty due to the sharp rise of the cost of living. “We do hereby collectively write this letter to your office to inform you of ...

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Castle Larger mourns Parston Ndabambi

Zimbabwe Football Association Castle Lager PSL mourned Parston Ndabambi who died today. Ndabambi served as a coach to different PLS clubs which include Shooting Stars, ZPC Kariba and Gunners. Football Association joins the family in mourning the passing of Ndabambi.Posting on its twitter handle the association said, “OuR heartfelt condolences to the Ndabambi family and friends following the passing of ...

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Tenda Bus owner granted bail

Mutare businessman, Ernest Mungwari who owns Tenda buses and his alleged accomplice Mary Njongwe were released today on $150 bail. Mungwari aged 71 and Njongwe 34 were arrested yesterday with allegations of obstructing the course of justice. The court heard that on the October 13 the two hired touts and blocked detectives from confiscating smuggled goods which had been recovered ...

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Civil servants down tools

Apex Council on behalf of civil servants have withdrew their services as the government has not addressed their concerns. Apex said civil servants were incapacitated as their salaries could not tally with the expensive cost of living. Civil servants have downed their tools as the economy deteriorates. Civil servants claimed the government has not yet met their demands and demanded ...

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Man petitions the High Court over injured prison inmate

A Harare man has petitioned the High court seeking an order to compel the Commissioner General of Prisons and Correctional Services, Retired Major General Paradzai Zimhondi  to allow his convicted brother who is serving a six-year jail term to get medical attention from a private hospital after he sustained serious injuries following an assault by prison officers two months ago.The ...

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Mozambique votes today

Mozambique is today holding its presidential, provincial and legislative elections. It is reported that President Filipe Nyusi of the Frelimo party has already casted his vote at   the Escola Secundaria Josina Machel in Maputo. At a press statement yesterday the head of Mozambique’s National Elections Commission Abdul Karimo has urged citizens to exercise discipline and ensure polling is done peacefully. ...

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City of Harare watches as Mukuvisi is littered

Mukuvisi River which stood Harare’s waterway pride since the Rhodesian days has become an eyesore and unmitigated dumping pound by city’s businesses in broad day while the capital’s authorities look the other way, perhaps busy chasing vendors and clamping motorists. The Council is reeling under controversy after recently investing heavily on clampers gear, trucks to run after vendors and more ...

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Dire water crisis in Hopely Park.

Water is vital for all forms of life. It may not provide nutrients or calories,but it is the centre piece of all life, but for Hopely Park residents getting just a bucket of water would be considered an achievement. Residents of Hopely Park suburb, south of Harare travel more than 5 km to fetch the precious liquid from the periphery ...

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