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Former Idols contestant Thami Shobede dies

Musician and former Idols South Africa season 12 runner Thami Shobede has died. According to Sowetan the young musician collapsed while performing on stage over the weekend and was admitted at Kalafong Hospital in Pretoria. Sowetan also claims that the singers organs failed and he slipped into a comma on Tuesday. Idols South Africa tweeter handle sends their deepest condolences ...

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Chamisa calls for Ubuntu

Movement for Democratic Change Alliance (MDC-A) leader Adv. Nelson Chamisa has called upon Zimbabweans to leave out political differences as the country mourns the founding father of the nation the late Former President Robert Gabriel Mugabe. The maverick Chamisa called upon Zimbabweans to show Ubuntu or hunhu as the country celebrates the life of the gallant son of the soil. ...

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Mahere lashes out at ZANU-PF

Shadow Minister of Education, Arts, Sports and Culture from the leading opposition party MDC-A Adv. Fadzayi Mahere has castigated ZANU-PF led government for mismanaging state funds leaving most Zimbabweans impoverished. In a tweet Mahere criticised ZANU-PF for destroying the country leaving the economy eradicating while they are living extravagant lives. “The standoff between Zanu’s G40 & Lacoste factions is a ...

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Kasukuwere,Zhuwao guests at EFF memorial service

Former Zanu Pf ministers in exile, Saviour Kasukuwere and Patrick Zhuwao have attended on invitation the Economic Freedom Fighters memorial service held to pay their last respect to the Late Former President Robert Mugabe today in Soweto, South Africa. Julias Malema, EFF leader during his speech said that they were gathered to celebrate the legacy of Former President Robert Mugabe ...

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Chamisa receives warm welcome at blue roof

President of the opposition political party MDC-A Advocate Nelson Chamisa paid tribute to the late former President Robert Mugabe at his homestead in Borrowdale Brooke Harare. Chamisa was accompanied by the party’s vice President Tendai Biti, Deputy Chairman Job Sikhala and Organising Secretary Amos Chibaya, the young politician received a warm welcome at the Mugabe’s place of residents and spent ...

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Bulawayo Council disconnects waters to non- payers

Bulawayo City Council (BCC)has announced that it will start disconnecting water supplies to defaulting rate payers. The municipality has said the process is to start from mid month. Bulawayo town clerk Christopher advised its customers to come to their offices and make a payment plan so as to avoid unnecessary inconveniences. “The city of Bulawayo would like to advise stakeholders ...

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Former Minister Mupfumira denied bail again

The former Enviroment, Tourism and Hospitality minister Priscah Mupfumira yesterday was denied bail after Harare Magistrate Mr Elijah Makomo ruled that the accused was a flight risk. The state mentioned that Mupfumira has two passports in her name ,one of which is an ordinary passport and the other a diplomatic one.It is mentioned that the ordinary passport has a multiple ...

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Mugabe’s blue roof, shocks many

A number of people on social media have been amused by the late former President Robert Mugabe’s mansion well know as the Blue Roof. The body of the late former President Robert Mugabe arrived yesterday at his family home in Borrow dale Brooke, Harare from Singapore where he died. The funeral service of the late Founding father of the nation ...

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US Embassy remembers Al-Qaeda victims

United States Embassy in Zimbabwe has paid its tributes to those who lost their lives on the 11th of September 2001 were buildings were bombarded by Islamic terrorist in the United States of America. The tweet read, “We honor the memory of the nearly 3 000 men, women, &children who perished in the terrorist attack of #September 11th 2001. Passage ...

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UZ backs down on Mugabe recess

University of Zimbabwe (UZ) has cancelled its decision to send students on recess in mourning of the Former chancellor Cde Robert Mugabe. The resident students were order to leave on Thursday 12 September 2019 mid-morning (tomorrow). In a statement the institution’s Public Relations manager D.Chihombori decided to reverse the order and said they are continuing with their normal services. “The ...

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