Month: May 2021
Business Zimbabwe

Passenger dies mid-air on Bulawayo inbound flight

A passenger on an Airlink flight from Johannesburg to Bulawayo died mid-air on Monday. The unidentified male passenger is thought to have died.

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Top Zimbabwe bank explores cryptocurrency

Zimbabwe’s biggest bank, CBZ Holdings, says it is looking at how it could leverage on cryptocurrencies and other emerging digital innovations. In an.

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Politics Zimbabwe

Traditional Chief Orders Grace Mugabe to Exhume, Rebury Late President Mugabe’s Remains

A traditional chief has ordered former Zimbabwean First Lady, Grace Mugabe, to exhume her husband’s remains at the family homestead in Mashonaland West.

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Crime & Courts

Defiant Luke Malaba turns up for work, defying High Court ruling

HARARE – Embattled former Chief Justice Luke Malaba turned up for work on Monday, defying a High Court ruling which said he ceased.

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Sports Zimbabwe

Puma comes forward with sponsorship after Zimbabwe cricketer posts photo of worn-out shoes

HARARE: Sportsgear brand Puma came forward with a sponsorship deal after Zimbabwe batsman Ryan Burl requested for sponsorships for the national team, posting a.

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Business World News

Strive Masiyiwa named Britain’s first black billionaire

London-based Zimbabwean telecoms tycoon, 60, who fled Zimbabwe and is now trying to provide Africa with Covid vaccines while sitting on Netflix and.

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Crime & Courts

WATCH: Armed robbers raid liquor outlet, shoot cashier to death

A woman employed at Liquor Supplies at Ascot Shopping Centre in Bulawayo reportedly died when she was shot during an armed robbery last.

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Health & Fitness Zimbabwe

Senior Zanu-PF official’s son trampled to death by elephant

THE son of a senior Zanu-PF official was trampled to death by an elephant in Hwange. Ronald Mzamba, son to Cde Ellias Mzamba.

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Politics World News

Zimbabwe joins U.N. ‘Wall of Shame’ as it votes against resolution to stop genocide

NEW YORK, United States – Zimbabwe inscribed its name on the “Wall of Shame” at the United Nations on Tuesday, voting against a.

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Crime & Courts Main News Politics

Grace Mugabe Fails to Attend Village Court

Former Zimbabwean First Lady, Grace Mugabe, failed to attend a traditional court in Mashonaland West province, where she was expected to face charges.

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