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‘Mujuru party has largest number of youth entering politics for the first time’

The Joice Mujuru led National People’s Party (NPP) member Obert Mundevere Ncube‎ has claimed his party has the largest number of youths who entered the political fray for the first time which he said is being appreciated by many people. Ncube said the United Kingdom Youth Parliament is launching, ‘Make Your Mark’, the UK’s largest survey of young people’s views. ...

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Dad beats year-old daughter to death

A 27-YEAR-OLD man allegedly bludgeoned his one- year-old daughter to death with a hammer and left his wife and mother-in-law seriously injured after attacking them with the same weapon. Lungisani Dube (27) of Dandanda village, Lupane, suddenly went berserk on Sunday at around 6AM at a church shrine during prayers after fasting for five days. Sources said he started behaving ...

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Zimbabweans applaud SA cabinet for approving renewal of special dispensation permits

Zimbabwe Community has applauded South African cabinet for approving the renewal of the Special Dispensation permits for Zimbabweans in that country. “As we announced previously, the cabinet approved the renewal of the Special dispensation for Zimbabweans. We have welcomed this news and would like to urgue all Zimbabweans to make use of the opportunity. We however must warn that as ...

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Zimbabwean community in SA raps Grace over violence on son’s ‘girlfriend’

The Zimbabwe Community SA has rapped first lady Grace Mugabe over assaulted she allegedly committed on a South African girl she found with his sons in that country. Ina statement the community said it would like to corroborate and extend on the Zimbabwe Communist Party condemnation of the alleged attack of a South African citizen purportedly by the First Lady ...

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Progressive Democrats of Zimbabwe leader in door to door campaign in Bulawayo

Progressive Democrats of Zimbabwe leader Barbra Nyagomo has embarked on a door to door campaign in Bulawayo. This was revealed by the party official Morgan Nare who said the programme was going on well. “Our mother Barbara Nyagomo is in Bulawayo, We are doing door to door campaign meeting people and leaders in the suburbs,” he said. The official could ...

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Journalist Dombo facing Defamation charges

Today Kariba will witness the beginning of the full trial at the Kariba magistrate courts a case between Bester Maguranyanga and Admore Mbonda aka Dombo. Maguranyanga is accusing Mbonda of having defamed him when he published a story on media platforms such as Whatsapp and on his facebook account on the 5th of January 2017 headlined “KARIBA ZPC SNR ELECTRICIAN, ...

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Top cop’s ‘son’ in court for bullying junior officer

A 24-YEAR-OLD Harare man appeared in court on Monday facing allegations of bullying a junior police officer, after masquerading as police boss, Senior Assistant Commissioner Lee Muchemwa’s son. Chengetai Chadambuka denied the disorderly conduct charge levelled against him and was remanded to August 24 by magistrate Annie Ndiraya. Chadambuka is alleged to have bullied and threatened to cause the expulsion ...

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Mugabe defends Chiwenga’s PhD

President Robert Mugabe yesterday chose the packed National Sports Stadium as the best platform to heap praises on the military boss Constantino Chiwenga for attaining a doctorate degree, while in the process invalidating claims by Higher and Tertiary Education Minister Jonathan Moyo who had questioned how he acquired it. Moyo last month questioned Chiwenga’s PhD from University of KwaZulu Natal. ...

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Grace Mugabe escapes arrest in Joburg

First Lady Grace Mugabe yesterday escaped arrest in Johannesburg, South Africa where  she was slapped with charges for severely assaulting a 20 year old woman she had found with her sons at an upmarket hotel in Sandton, on Sunday. The First Lady was expected to appear at Wynburg Magistrates’ Courts in the afternoon, but had not done so by the ...

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Tsvangirai to to stop complaining about Mugabe’s misrule

FORMER MDC-T Bulawayo senator, Matson Hlalo, has challenged Morgan Tsvangirai to stop complaining over President Robert Mugabe’s misrule without doing anything to assist the electorate get rid of the Zanu-PF dictatorship. Hlalo made the remarks while addressing delegates during a Zpra heroes’ day commemoration at Lady Stanley Cemetery in Bulawayo on Monday after MDC-T organising secretary Abednico Bhebhe recently attacked ...

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