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#16August draws mixed reactions

Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-A) plan to demonstrate against poor governance of President Mnangagwa has brought mixed reactions across social media divide. The party has declared August the 16th freedom day where it will be holding a demonstration against a number of grievances including but not limited to corruption, unemployment, power and fuel shortages.   A number of opinion makers ...

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Tytan-Olinda saga gets dramatic

UK based couple socialite Olinda Chapel Nkomo and Tytan ( Njabulo Nkomo) have taken their separation on social media counter claims of assault of violence after the latter had made a statement about their separation. Olinda posted on her Instagram claiming Tytan needs help since he is claiming he has been abused. Olinda said she had a dispute with Tytan ...

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The case of African Religion: Pastor pairs church members into wives and husbands

The case of African Religion has left most girls and women’s interests not protected. Religion and cultural beliefs has been a determining factor in marriages in Africa with the leading causes being socio-economic circumstances and poverty. In a memorable event, founder and General Overseer of Christ Mercyland Ministry Prophet Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin, pairs church members into wives and husbands. The ...

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Zanu PF youth leader denounces MDC plan to demonstrate

Zanu PF Youth leader Lewis Matutu has criticized the MDC plan to demonstrate against economic crisis that Zimbabwe is currently facing. Posting on his twitter handle Matutu said demonstrations will not solve anything but they will worsen the situation. “Demonstrations will never be a solution to our challenges as a country, they actually make our situation worse and history tells ...

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Tytan announces breakup with Olinda Chapel

Zimbabwean musician Njabulo Nkomo well known as ‘Tytan’ has broken the internet claiming that his relationship with UK based business woman Olinda Chapel-Nkomo has come to an end after events prevailing this July. Posting on his instagram handle, Nkomo said they are now splitting with Olinda after their marriage could not workout. Nkomo said he will notify people about the ...

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Tatelicious sympathizes with Olinda Chapel-Nkomo

Zimbabwean first transgender woman Tatenda Karigambe aka Queen Tatelicious has sympathized with socialite butterfly Olinda Chapel for allegations that her husband Njabulo Nkomo well known as Tytan wants a divorce after a year of marriage. Posting on her Instagram handle, Queen Tatelicious said Olinda was not her favorite but she felt empathy for the situation she is going through. Karigambe ...

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EFF wishes Robert Mugabe quick recovery

South Africa’s main opposition party Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), led by Julius Malema has wished the former President Robert Mugabe a speedy recovery. The 95 years old ex-President has been hospitalised in Singapore since April 2019. Posting on their twitter handle the EFF said, “Get well soon President Mugabe. The EFF wishes you a speedy recovery, our prayers are with ...

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Kariba Water Shrink To Unprecedented Levels – ZPC

Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) has warned that Power generation at Kariba South Hydropower plant is likely to be closed between September and October due to the unprecedented dwindling of water at the dam. Water levels at the dam are now at 478m, just about 3 metres above the minimum level required for power generation Kariba electricity output. At the moment, ...

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Zifa boss Manyengavana dies

Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) Northern Region chairperson Willard Manyengavana has died. Manyengavana reportedly collapsed while working out in a Harare gym. The veteran football administrator took over the reins at the NRSL in 2013, transforming it into the most professionally run and competitive regional league in Division One. He once held a post of the team manager at CAPS United ...

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7 Senior Soldiers Arrested For Stealing Cyclone Idai Donations & Army Food Rations

Seven senior officers in the Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) have been held in detention for the past three months without trial. The seven soldiers were arrested on allegations of stealing donations meant for survivors of Cyclone Idai and food rations for army recruits. The officers were identified as Lieutenant Colonel Chivhima, Major Kativhu training coy, Major Masembura, Captain Ncube, Woll ...

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