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Air Force commemorates National Tree Planting Day

Air Force Of Zimbabwe (AFZ) today joined the nation in the National Tree Planting Day held at Manyame Air Force Base which runs under the theme “Creating Better Forestry”. AFZ planted 29 different trees including the Granite Mangosteen (Mutunduru) tree which is mainly found in Manicaland, Mashonaland central and Masvingo provinces. In a speech, the Commander Air Force of Zimbabwe ...

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Top Harare Businessman Dies At Govt Offices After Eating Meat And Chips In A Meeting

A top Harare businessman, Macdonald Makamba Chapfika died mysteriously yesterday after attending a meeting with government officials where he ate some meat and chips. According to a memo circulating on social media, Chapfika died outside Munhumutapa building while on his way out of a meeting with Ministry of Finance officials. Read the below memo for full details;

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Illegal foreign children granted right to free education: S.A

South Africa’s Grahamstown High Court in Makhanda, Eastern Cape has declared that the undocumented illegal foreign children have right to free education. The High Court also ruled out that the undocumented S.A children should also not be denied access to education. This came after South Africa’s Centre for Child Law filed an application following reports that the Eastern Cape Department ...

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Nigeria to issue visas for Africans upon arrival

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has announced that starting next year the country will be issuing visas on the arrival for all Africans. Buhari made his announcement yesterday in Egypt while attending the Aswani Forum for Sustainable Peace and Development in Africa. Posting on his twitter handle Buhari also said in January 2020 the country is committed to support the free ...

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Seven Miss Tourism Zimbabwe finalists involved in an Accident

Miss Tourism Manicaland last night confirmed that seven of the 19 finalist that are set to compete for the national finals on Saturday were involved in an accident yesterday. The news was brought to the media attention through their facebook page last night. All those injured have been taken to the hospital  and there were no deaths recorded. “SEVEN out ...

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Chiwenga’s wife in another divorce battle

Vice-President Constantino Chiwenga’s wife, Marry has filed court papers challenging a US$700 000 claim filed by her former husband and ex-Zimbabwe Warriors striker, Shingai Kaondera Marry has responded by requesting Kaondera to supply her with further particulars in order to enable her to answer to the claims. According to court papers, she (Marry) asked Kaondera on what basis he is ...

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Holidays: Police urge motorists to observe traffic laws

Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has called upon motorists to observe all traffic laws and regulations in this festive season to curb accidents. In a statement Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi urged motorists to avoid travelling at night, overloading, driving whilst drunk and over speeding. “Motorists are urged to plan their journeys and avoid travelling during the night. We also entreat public ...

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Mealie- meal prices go down

Government has announced that prices of mealie- meal have reduced, with the retail price of 10kg now costing ZWL $50. On behalf of His Excellency President Emmerson Mnangagwa, Minister of Finance and Economic Development Mthuli Ncube announced the price reduction in a statement.  “As you may be aware, His Excellency President, Cde E.D Mnangagwa announced that subsidies on maize be ...

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S.A Gospel Artist Neyi Zimu dies at 49

 South African Gospel singer and pastor Neyi Zimu has died not long after his family revealed that he was battling skin cancer and undergoing chemotherapy. Zimu, was a pastor at All Nation Revival Ministries and news of this death comes not long after his wife Nelisiwe Sibisi-Zimu revealed that her husband was battling mycosis and was admitted at Chris Hani ...

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Machete wars claims life

The Zimbabwe Republic Police has confirmed that the machete and axe rampage that happened between fifty artisanal miners claimed a life. The Zimbabwe Republic Police has posted on their twitter handle to confirm the news. “Fifty artisanal miners armed with machetes and axes went on a rampage, attacking other miners. Two male adults were severely assaulted and they sustained serious ...

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