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Busstop TV extends gratitude to Zimbabweans

Bustop TV crew extends gratitude to Zimbabweans who showed love to Samantha Kureya aka Gonyeti who was abducted by the alleged Zanu Pf members. In a statement Busstop TV team said they are grateful to partners, associates and supporters who stood by them and who are still working with them to ensure that they obtain justice. “We would like to ...

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Mugabe’s Alpha Omega (Pvt) Ltd in court over impounded truck

Former president Robert Mugabe’s family business, Alpha Omega (Pvt) Ltd has been dragged to the High Court by a South Africa based Company on allegations of unlawfully impounding a truck which had delivered machinery at its Mazowe farm in 2014. According to court papers, Sun Marine Shipping (Pvt) Ltd said it delivered some dairy machinery at Mugabe’s Mazowe farm five ...

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Chasi responds to ZESA bigwigs reconnection

Minister of Energy and Power, Development Fortune Chasi has defended the reconnection of power supply to the farms of former President Robert Mugabe and Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Minister Monica Mutsvangwa. Zimbabwe Energy Supply Authority (ZESA) had last week disconnected power to Mugabe and Mutsvangwa farms over unpaid bills.However Chasi ordered ZESA to reconnect. Responding to a media critic ...

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Load shedding up scaled back to stage 2

Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (ZESA) spokesperson Fullard Gwasira has announced that load shedding is now back to stage two, due to depressed generation of power. However, earlier this month Gwasira said they had downgraded load shedding from stage two to stage one after it started receiving 400MW from South Africa (Eskom). Posting on his twitter handle the spokesperson said, “Load ...

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MDC-A Women Assembly angered by continuous abduction of women

Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-A) Women Assembly said they are saddened by the various acts of women abuse, allegedly triggered by the Zanu PF members. In a statement the Women Assembly spokesperson Barbra Tanyanyiwa said they are angered by the abduction of the party’s Midlands Youth Assembly Chair Sekai Marashe ,Bustop TV Comedian Samantha Kureya and other women that were ...

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Zambian opposition leader arrested

Zambian opposition leader Chishimba Kabwili of National Democratic Congress was yesterday arrested on allegations of defaming the President Edgar Lungu and his ministers. Kambwili was arrested following a video circulating on social media in which he allegedly implied that Lungu was a dog. In a video Kambwili had said “Some dogs from Chawama do not get tired of travelling,” He ...

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Tatelicious responds to Zuva

Zimbabwean first transgender Tatenda Karigambe well known as queen Tatelicious has retorted to socialite Zuva Habane remarks that she should gain more than a million viewers on Instagram so they could know whose better between the two. Tatelicious claimed that she was happy with her achievements. Posting on instagram account Tatelicious said she has worked hard to gain those viewers ...

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‘ED Pfee’ artist charged for rape

Admire Sanyanga also known as Chief Shumba ,popularly known for his ‘ED Pfee’ song was yesterday arraigned to the courts on allegations of raping an 18 year old maid. Harare magistrate Rumbidzai Mugwagwa remanded him in custody custody to September 10 and was advised to apply bail at the high court. It is alleged that on July 30 this year ...

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MDC Youth warns Mahiya

MDC Youth Assembly Spokesperson Stephen Chuma has forewarned War Veterans National Spokesperson Douglas Mahiya to stop provoking civilians by claiming that he would go to any extend to safeguard the country against imperialism. Chuma in defiance claimed the civilians will not hesitate to protest against the ED regime. “As an Assembly is equally important to warn Douglas Mahiya and cabal ...

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Majestic Vic Falls seeks exemption on load shedding.

Victoria Falls councilors are seeking for the resort town to be exempted from ZESA load shedding.The load shedding has also affected water supplies making living conditions unbearable. The resort town is reportedly to have gone for weeks without water due to the rolling power cuts and the situation has affected the Tourism and Hospitality industry , hotels and lodges which ...

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