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UNMASKED: Knife wielding “wife” Capetown evil

Zimbabwean communities globally have of late been ridden with woman on woman violence of extreme graphic nature abeit on blame of infidelity of fellow women on their partners. Such videos, despite clearly exposing criminal nature of action, appear to me put up on social media in most occasions as live broadcast as if are a badge of honour. Of latest ...

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Mliswa links Mashurugwi indecency to Nduna

Member of Parliament for Norton constituency Temba Peter Mliswa has raised his concern over the illegal gold miners well known as ‘Mashurugwi’ who are terrorizing civilians and cops with machetes countrywide. Mliswa intervened after a terrifying event that took place in David Whitehead whereby a cop was murdered by these miners. Honorable Mliswa urged the police to arrest the illegal ...

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Mixed feelings as Njema reaches public

Zimdancehall artist Wallace Winky D Chirumiko’s has created an album entitled Njema which will be launched at HICC today. However, a lot of criticism has come from the police, government and censorship board regarding this album as they say some of his lyrical content is bad for public consumption. This took place immediately after Winky D dropped his single “Ijipita” ...

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Woman dies sneaking into shutdown concert

 A Bulawayo woman Shantelle Sibangilizwe Ndlovu (28) of Cowdray Park in Bulawayo died attempting to jump over a precast wall into an overpriced Bulawayo 2019 shutdown concert at the Queens Sports Club yesterday morning. Ndlovu is suspected to have been excessively drunk and wanted to forge her way into a VVIP Winky D, Mafikizolo concert through a durawall but her ...

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Toda Zimbabwe launches “Fuel Finder” Application

A Zimbabwean company with vast exposure in the transport sector, Toda Zimbabwe that billed headlines as pioneer of mobile application supported safe travel booking yesterday unveiled yet another critical product much to the relief of Zimbabwean motorists stranded for fuel. Motorists in Zimbabwe oft spend long hours in fuel qeues and speculating on Fuel stations rumoured to be with product ...

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Mnangagwa commissions Norton road over rail: Zimbabweans react

President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa brings the Norton road over rail into working condition this afternoon and this event serves as the second edition of the elevation of Harare-Bulawayo road.  Meanwhile, Zimbabweans are angered by this act as they say other pressing problems in the country are not solved yet the President took time to commission an unfinished road.  “Since when, ...

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Will take no part in POLAD: Chamisa

Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-A) leader Nelson Chamisa said he will not join Political Active Dialogue (POLAD). In a tweet Chamisa said he will never betray people’s trust by joining other political leaders as President Mnangagwa wishes. Chamisa keep on insisting that he wants a fair and a genuine dialogue. “Zimbabwe is in a deep crisis .Only true and holistic ...

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Oscar Pambuka blasts Zim media

Former Journalist and a church founder Oscar Pambuka claimed that both print and electronic media in Zimbabwe is highly biased. Posting on his Facebook account Pambuka said the state media has capacity to judge and sentence a person to prison without getting a fair trial. “This is what l has learnt under the sun with regards to Zimbabwe media both ...

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Mary Mubaiwa allies to pay her legal bills

Marry Mubaiwa, the ex-wife to Vice President Constantino Chiwenga is reportedly getting her legal bills paid by G40. Sources believe that Mubaiwa has been spying on VP Chiwenga on behalf of the G40.  Mubaiwa, who is currently facing charges of attempted murder, fraud, and foreign currency externalization is in remand prison until 30 December 2019. Meanwhile, “One of the G40 ...

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Zim political crisis: Mbeki meets POLAD members

 Former South African president Thabo Mbeki engaged with the Zimbabwe Political Actors Dialogue (POLAD) members yesterday to discuss political crisis in Zimbabwe and help end political and economic crisis. The dialogue between President Mbeki and members of POLAD was held at Meikles Hotel in Harare. President Mbeki’s main agenda was to understand the achievements of POLAD since it was created ...

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