Month: May 2021
Technology Zimbabwe

Journalist Chin’ono Attacked Over Stolen Railway Line

The National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) has furiously denied reports that thieves stole a section of rail from one of its railway lines..

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Kasukuwere breathes fire over farm invasion

FORMER Local Government minister Saviour Kasukuwere has accused State institutions of failing to enforce the country’s laws after a war veteran leader who.

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Crime & Courts Zimbabwe

Malaba crisis deepens

17 Supreme Court and Constitutional Court judges have appealed a High Court ruling that ended Luke Malaba’s time as a judge and Chief.

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World News

Germany agrees to pay Namibia US$1,3bn for colonial genocide

BERLIN. — Germany yesterday formally recognised as genocide the crimes committed by its colonial troops at the beginning of the 20th century against.

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World News Zimbabwe

180 000 Zimbabweans Face Deportation From South Africa

Thousands of holders of the Zimbabwe Exemption Permit (ZEP) are living in uncertainty because the South African government has not yet indicated whether.

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Main News Politics

Mugabe reburial order outrageous and unlawful, says Madhuku

An order for the exhumation and reburial of former President Robert Mugabe issued by a traditional chief this week is “outrageous” and “defies.

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Crime & Courts Politics

Ex- Chief Justice Luke Malaba faces 6 months at Chikurubi Prison

Human rights lawyer Musa Kika filed an urgent High Court application on Tuesday seeking the arrest and jailing of Luke Malaba for contempt.

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Mnangagwa hands over brand new Isuzu trucks to traditional chiefs

President Mnangagwa has today handed over 18 vehicles to traditional leaders as part of Government’s ongoing programme to ensure chiefs are mobile and.

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Business Zimbabwe

Genius “Ginimbi” Kadungure’s Memorial After Mausoleum

The late socialite and businessman Genius “Ginimbi” Kadungure’s family plans to build a mausoleum before they conduct a memorial service for him. Ginimbi’s.

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Arts & Lifestyle Entertainment

Prostitutes in Zimbabwe now accepts buckets of maize, cups of beans as payment for services

Prostitutes in Zimbabwe are now reportedly accepting buckets of maize and cups of beans as payment for their services. This special form of.

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