Month: December 2020
Business

Olinda Chapel claims She’s Now A Millionaire

Zimbabwean entrepreneur and social media personality, Olinda Chapel has sensationally claimed that she is now a millionaire. In a post of Instagram on.

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Main News Politics

Zanu PF UK/EU Chair Masimba Tawengwa Dies

Zanu PF UK/EU District chairman Cde Masimba Tawengwa has died of Covid-19. He was 48. He died at Arundel Hospital in Harare around.

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Articles

Lewis Hamilton knighted

Seven-time Formula One world title winner Lewis Hamilton leads a New Years honours list that also includes gongs for a 106-year-old fundraiser, a.

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Religion

Sex -Tape Scandal : Blessing Muzvongi Mashangwa Admits Relationship With Jay Israel

Blessing Muzvongi finally appologised to Jay Isreal and Emmanuel Makandiwa admitting a sexual relatioship with the earlier. Blessing , was cournered and threatened.

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Arts & Lifestyle Opinion & Columnist

Zambian Economist Dr Dambisa Moyo marries billionaire Jared Smith

Dr Dambisa Moyo, a world famous Zambian economist and a 4-time New York Times best selling author, got married on the 28th December,.

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Arts & Lifestyle

Popular Zimbabwean celebrities who died in 2020

No sun sets without leaving history, and indeed in a year, moon after moon, leaves behind history. Among the tenets of history is.

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Main News Politics

Komichi Dumps Khupe, Supports Mwonzora

Morgen Komichi has dumped the former MDC-T president, Thokozani Khupe and expressed support for Douglas Mwonzora whom they were saying rigged the party’s.

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Health & Fitness Politics

Thokozani Khupe tests Covid-19 positive

FORMER MDC-T acting president Dr Thokozani Khupe has tested positive for Covid-19. Dr Khupe, who was contesting the MDC-T presidential post at the.

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Business

Zimbabwe bans use of mercury in mining

HARARE – Zimbabwe has banned the use of mercury in mining and placed controls on its release from industrial operations, joining several countries.

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World News

South Africa bans alcohol sales in new Covid-19 restrictions

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – South Africa on Monday tightened Covid-19 restrictions, banning alcohol sales and extending a nationwide curfew, as infections shot through.

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