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USA Ambassador to Zimbabwe speaks on sanctions

United states of America (USA) Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Brian Nicholas said President Emmerson Mnangagwa must implement political reforms that could persuade America to remove sanctions than having sanction rally. Speaking in an interview with Alpha Media Holdings chairman Trevor Ncube Ambassador also pointed out the critical reforms the country needs to implement which includes economic refoms, media, security sector and ...

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Politicians to be banned from hospitals

Ministry of Health and Child Care (MOHCC) has called upon members of the media and politicians not to have regular visits at hospital for publicity. MOHCC said politicians and the media were infringing the rights of patients. MOHCC called upon politicians not to use hospitals for their own selfish reasons such as campaigning and their rallies. “We urge all stakeholders ...

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Davido welcomes first son and third child

Nigerian based musician David Adedeji Adeleke (well known as Davido)   has welcomed his first son with wife Chioma Rowland and third child in four years. The 27 year old singer yesterday posted a picture on social media holding a bouncing baby boy in his arms. He also revealed the name of child as David Adedeji Adeleke OBO junior. On Surtaday ...

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Haunted soldier finds way back home

Learnmore Moyo a soldier stationed at 1.2 Infantry Battalion in Hwange, who absconded court in 2015 while on remand for murder, hands himself to the police after four years. Moyo who was on remand for allegedly assaulting a fellow villager, Gabrone Ncube aged 45, absconded court in 2015, when he was released on bail and ran for a hide out ...

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ZRP condemns acts of assaults on police: Zimbabweans react

Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has strongly condemned acts of assaults on police officers. It is reported that a woman police officer was attacked last week in Harare city between Kwame Nkuruma and Agwa streets. Posting on twitter ZRP said no one has the right to attack any police officer regardless of status, colour or religion. “The ZRP is disturbed by ...

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Grace Mugabe’s sister Shuvai Gumbochuma ordered to pay $136k electricity debt

Former First Lady, Grace Mugabe’s sister, Junior Shuvai Gumbochuma has been ordered to pay $136 638.04 to the Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and distribution Company (Pvt) Ltd (ZETDC) being charges for electricity supplied to her by the power company. In his ruling, High Court judge, justice David Mangota said Gumbochuma must pay the outstanding balance in terms of a Deed of ...

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Julius Nyerere parkade- ‘suicide black spot’

The last floors of Julius Nyerere parkade is of lately becoming last resort for suicidal ideation. Of late an upper six student from Churchill Boys High School coming from his national exam yesterday (Friday) committed suicide at the Nyerere Parkade. It is suspected that the young man jumped from the third floor and died on the spot leaving contact details ...

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Mudiwa officially changes name

Award-winning Hip Hop Gospel artist Mudiwa Hood has announced that he officially changes his name from Mudiwa Ian Mthandwa to Mudiwa Ian Hood. In a statement the artist said Mudiwa Hood was not just a stage name as a musician but his real name. Mthandwa said Mthandwa was his grandfather’s name in which he adopted from his stepfather. Mudiwa went ...

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Mohadi’s ex convicted for breaching court order

Vice President Kembo Mohadi’s ex wife, senator Tambudzani Muleya Mohadi had a 90 day jail sentence suspended after being convicted of breaching a court order that had barred her from visiting her former husband’s business properties. Mohadi through his lawyer Norman Mugiya made an application for civil imprisonment against Tambudzani. Presiding Beitbridge Magistrate Langton Mukwengi granted the civil imprisonment but ...

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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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