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President Mugabe : Zim economy on a recovery path

president medal shoot

President Mugabe says the economy is on a recovery path following the introduction of the integrated result based management (IRBM), which will see all government and quasi-government institutions coming up with their strategic action plans.Mugabe told participants and attendants of the 2014 President’s Medal Shoot competition at Cleveland Rifle Range in Harare that the economy is on a recovery…

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NewsDay out to DESTROY and Tarnish Prophet Magaya & PHD

prophet magaya

I have been following all reports on PHD Ministries and Prophet Magaya by a named NewsDay reporter. It is not a coincidence that I have never encountered anything factual, positive or encouraging from Newsday on Prophet Magaya and the PHD Ministries.  Please understand that I am not discouraging free reporting but when there is a…

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President Mugabe Salutes Mapostori for being a good example

Mugabe shows his $10 million massive private home

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has hailed the Johane Marange Apostolic Church for being an example of true unifying, dedicated and united believers who follow the principles and commandments of their denomination to the minute details as well as promoting education. In a speech read on his behalf by Minister of State for Manicaland Provincial Affairs Chris Mushohwe at the church’s Passover…

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Police HUNT for the 13th Baba Jukwa Suspect

Baba Jukwa Mugabe is dead

The Zimbabwe Republic police said they are looking for the 13th suspect connected to the faceless Facebook character Baba Jukwa, who was allegedly responsible for sourcing funds and the posting of subversive material on the online social networking site. National police spokesperson Senior Assistant Commissioner Charity Charamba confirmed the development and named the suspect as South African-based…

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Morgan Tsvangirai tours Midlands and Matabeleland

Morgan Tsvangirai

MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai is on a whirlwind tour of the Midlands and Matabeleland as he readies his party for a potentially explosive congress in October. Tsvangirai will be in Bulawayo today to meet structures to explain the process leading to the congress. Yesterday he met the Midlands South and North structures behind closed doors…

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Treasury owes Zanu-PF more than US 3Million

MDC turning into ZANU-PF

Leading Party Zanu-PF is owed more than US$3 million by Treasury under the Political Parties Finance Act, but the party will find other ways of raising funds to hold its forthcoming women and youth congresses as planned next month.  Party spokesperson Cde Rugare Gumbo said in an interview yesterday that the revolutionary party was finalising…

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Police warn bar owners

Police warn bar owners

Sports bars which have been capitalising on the ongoing World Cup by opening beyond their legal operating hours to accommodate patrons watching late night football matches risk losing their liquor licences. Zimbabwe is five hours ahead of Brazil, a development that has seen sports bars opening late to accommodate clients watching the soccer matches. Bottle…

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City Link bus apologises for fatal accident

City Link

City Link Luxury Bus Company yesterday apologised for the loss of three passengers in an accident near Norton on Wednesday. The luxury coach, plying the Bulawayo-Harare route, overturned following a head-on collision with a lorry after it was obstructed by smoke from a veld fire. The accident happened around 1330hrs near the Norton tollgate. Gerald…

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Experts: Cancer risk from bottled water


Several companies are selling contaminated bottled water to unsuspecting Zimbabweans, with their product containing high levels of nitrites that are responsible for cancer, new research reveals. A team of University of Zimbabwe and Masvingo Polytechnic researchershas concluded that at least five brands of bottled water on the market are unfit for drinking. The study shows…

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Govt boots out 600 orphans from farm


Government has dumped orphaned and disadvantaged children after seizing a farm from a non-governmental organisation (NGO) looking after the children and allocated it to Bindura University. Save Our Souls (SOS) Zimbabwe has lost one of its farms, Glen Avilin Farm 3 in Bindura, after the ministry of Lands gave the university an offer letter for…

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Woman arrested for smuggling explosives into SA


SOUTH African police have arrested a 41-year-old Bulawayo woman for allegedly smuggling a consignment of 80 detonators into that country through the Beitbridge Border Post. Limpopo police spokesman Brigadier Hangwani Mulaudzi said at the weekend that Sibonginkosi Mhlakanipiswa was arrested by police officers on patrol at around 2PM on Thursday. He said Mhlakanipiswa is facing charges of…

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President Mugabe’s successor

Mugabe sick

She began her career young as a guerrilla, and then rose through the ranks to become a member of President Robert Mugabe’s inner circle and now Zimbabwe’s new Constitution has come as a blessing to her in the faction-riddled Zanu PF.The 59-year-old Vice President Joice Mujuru is in line to be the country’s interim leader…

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