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City of Bulawayo to disconnect water supplies

The City of Bulawayo has announced that it will be disconnecting water supplies to all residential and commercial properties with arrears. In a statement Bulawayo City Town clerk C Dube said the disconnections will resume on 24 and 25 August 2019 in some Wards. “Disconnections will start this weekend (24& 25 August 2019) in Wards 20, 22, 23 and 24 ...

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Mudiwa spats on critics

Zimbabwean Hip Hop Gospel artist Mudiwa Hood has dismissed critics after being bashed about his upcoming new album. Mudiwa said he will not pay any attention to his critics who were blasting him on social media. In a facebook post, Mudiwa said he was not concerned about the criticism because the music that they were condemning has been helping to ...

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Journalist arrested on the job

Accredited jornalist and New Zimbabwe. Com correspondent Leopold Munhende has been arrested at New Government Complex for covering the Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (ATRUZ) protest. Munhende was arrested together with the Human Rights Lawyer Douglas Coltart and ATRUZ leader Obert Masaraure. Police has also arrested other members of ATRUZ including Godfrey Chanda, Andrew Munguri, Gerald Tavengwa, Nation Mudzitirwa, ...

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Police disrupts black Friday demo

Amalgamated Teachers Union officials were arrested as they tried to petition the Finance Minister over low salaries for teachers, in Harare. The protests were slated to begin at 10 00 hrs today. The Union leader ,Obert Masaraure , Human Rights lawyer Douglas Coltart and a journalist were amongst the those who were arrested during the ‘Black Friday ZW ,Pay day ...

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Woman seeks $300k compensation over January fuel protest assault

A Chinhoyi woman has petitioned the High court seeking $300 000 compensation for the assault that was perpetrated on her by four members of the Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) in January this year. The assault victim, Jestina Jonga, recently issued summons against Defence, Security and War Veterans minister, Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri, together with Home Affairs minister, Cain Mathema and Commissioner General ...

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ZIM Cricket guru dies,legacy lives on.

Former Zimbabwe Cricket chairman Peter Chingoka passed on yesterday at Avenues clinic .He was suffering from Hypertension and kidney failure . Chingoka was the first black Zimbabwean to play cricket at the highest level, appearing in list A games for South Africa XI, which he captained in two matches in the Gillette Cup competition in 1975-76 and 1976 -77. He ...

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‘I will not stop acting’: Gonyeti speaks out

Busstop TV top comedian Samantha Kureya well known as “Gonyeti” said she will keep on acting because she earns her living out of it. Speaking at a local hospital in Harare where she is receiving medications the entertainer said she is a bread winner in her family, so she will not surrender her carrier. “I don’t know if they are ...

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US Embassy raises concern about abductions of citizens

United States of America Embassy in Zimbabwe raises concern about the level political motivated beatings people of Zimbabwe who are being tortured, and jailed for their freedom and rights. US Embassy claims that the people have the right to express themselves. “We remain concerned about more abductions, violence & intimidation in Zimbabwe….doesn’t reflect the government’s commitment to reforms. Freedom of ...

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Mutodi claims Gonyeti abduction was staged

Deputy Minister of Information, Publishing and Broadcasting Services Energy Mutodi has said comedian Samantha Kureya well known as ‘Gonyeti’ had a bogus abduction which was good to be true because of her other skits. Mutodi said Gonyeti had made a video degrading police before. Posting on his twitter handle Mutodi blasted Gonyeti for making a joke out of her abduction. ...

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ED’s advisor remarks to stop abduction draws mixed feelings

President Mnangagwa’s advisor and businessman Shingi Munyeza has called for an end to the abduction and torture of Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-A) officials and human rights defenders. MDC officials including Blessing Kanotunga and human rights defenders Tatenda Mombeyarara have been abducted during the days of their planned demonstration. Posting on his twitter handle Munyeza said he was disgusted by ...

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