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April, 2017

  • 25 April

    Home Religion Prophet Magaya’s Plans To Flee Zimbabwe to South Africa Following Rape Charges… – ZimEye – Zimbabwe News

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    ZimEye - Zimbabwe NewsHome Religion Prophet Magaya's Plans To Flee Zimbabwe to South Africa Following Rape Charges...ZimEye - Zimbabwe NewsControversial Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministries leader, Walter Magaya has revealed he in the last few months pondered fleeing Zimbabwe to South Africa as his rape case and other sex scandals gathered heat. The necromancer revealed this in ...Walter Magaya nearly fled ZimbabweBulawayo24 News (press release) (blog)all 3 news articles »

  • 25 April

    Land barons must be exposed and prosecuted – The Zimbabwean – The Zimbabwean

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    The ZimbabweanLand barons must be exposed and prosecuted - The ZimbabweanThe ZimbabweanThe recent much publicised public spat between Phillip Chiyangwa and Saviour Kasukuwere disclosed shocking details about the activities of land barons in ...Chiyangwa-Kasukuwere lull: How did Chiyangwa acquire all this land.The Zimbabwe Mailall 1 news articles »

  • 25 April

    Mugabe warned ahead of 2018 – The Zimbabwean

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    The ZimbabweanMugabe warned ahead of 2018The Zimbabwean“The electoral system in Zimbabwe has become a mechanism of legitimizing Zanu PF's continued reign. “The voice and will of the people remain far from being respected. Elections are rigged, violence is used, the electoral commission (ZEC) has proven to ...MDC-T scoffs at Mugabe's 'meet-the-youth' toursNewsDayBritish Govt Prefers MnangagwaZimEye - Zimbabwe Newsall 10 news articles »

  • 25 April

    Zimbabwe’s wet season helps with bumper crops – Aljazeera.com

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    Aljazeera.comZimbabwe's wet season helps with bumper cropsAljazeera.comA year after a state of emergency was declared in Zimbabwe, the country is now able to export excess food. Last year, the Command Agriculture programme was launched in response to the shrinking agricultural output and drought. This provided finance ...and more »

  • 25 April

    Zimbabwean ambassador fires back at Mbalula remarks – Independent Online

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    Independent OnlineZimbabwean ambassador fires back at Mbalula remarksIndependent OnlineTshwane – Zimbabwean ambassador in South Africa, Isaac Moyo, on Tuesday night responded to remarks made by Police Minister Fikile Mbalula to the effect that members of the Zimbabwe National Army, fleeing from the military service in their country are ...Some Zimbabwean ex-soldiers promoting criminalitySowetanLIVESHOCK SOUTH AFRICA VIDEO: Zuma's Minister Accuses Zimbabwean Soldiers Of Robbing BanksZimEye - Zimbabwe Newsall 4 news articles »

  • 25 April

    .com | Gloves off as plot to oust Kasukuwere thickens

    President Robert Mugabe's grip on power has faced little recent threat from Zimbabwe's splintered opposition, but efforts to forge a unified alliance in next year's election could test his supremacy. Harare The gloves are off as the plot to oust the ruling Zanu-PF party's Political Commissar, Local Government Minister Saviour Kasukuwere intensifies, say reports.

  • 25 April

    Transcript: Hon. Dr. Walter Mzembi’s vision statement on UNWTO’s future under his leadership

    MINISTER OF TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY OF THE REPUBLIC OF ZIMBABWE addresses ministers in Ethiopia at the UNWTO Commission for Africa conference I believe we need to speak the truth, both to ourselves and to others: so let me proceed by recalling a number of key facts and posing a few pertinent questions - to ourselves, as Africans." ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA, April 22, 2017 / EINPresswire.com / -- On April 19, UNWTO

  • 25 April

    Zimbabwe: Here’s Why Zimbabwe Won’t Adopt the Rand

    It doesn't matter how much sense it makes to ordinary Zimbabweans: Zimbabwe will not formally adopt the rand, the central bank governor says. Mangudya says the rand has been part of the multi-currency basket since 2009 .

  • 25 April

    PhD written in isiXhosa hailed as milestone

    A chance encounter between a South African music teacher and Xhosa-speaking students in Zimbabwe has led to the production of Rhodes University's first PhD thesis in isiXhosa. Although the study unveiled little-known linkages between AmaXhosa in the Eastern Cape and a community of over 200000 others living in Mbembesi, about 45km outside Bulawayo, it was mostly celebrated for putting the language on par with English among others used in academic inquiry.

  • 25 April

    Bitter fruits – " Zimbabwe Vigil Diary: 22nd April 2017

    '37 years of Zimbabwe Independence' read one poster. '37 years of Mugabe slavery' read another.

  • 25 April

    Mutsvangwa Son Rape Accuser Jailed for Fraud

    [New Zimbabwe] A BOGUS estate agent who once dragged former war veterans' minister Chris Mutsvangwa's son to court on rape allegations has been sentenced to two years' imprisonment.

  • 25 April

    Mass Burial for 3 Bus Crash Victims

    [The Herald] Three of the 21 victims of the accident that occurred when a South Africa-bound Proliner Bus side-swiped a haulage truck and caught fire along the Harare-Beitbridge Highway three weeks ago will be buried in a mass grave after pathologists failed to identify them.

  • 25 April

    Football Body Boss Chiyangwa Eyes Prison Talent

    [The Herald] ZIFA president Philip Chiyangwa believes there could be a lot of gifted footballers whose talent is wasting away in the country's prisons and spirited efforts should be made to ensure that talent is nurtured, behind bars, for a possible recruitment into the national game in the future.

  • 25 April

    First Lady Blocks High Level Probe Against Minister Kasukuwere

    [News24Wire] President Robert Mugabe's wife Grace has reportedly told five top Zanu-PF officials, who are investigating the party's embattled political commissar Saviour Kasukuwere, to call off a meeting in Bindura, after it emerged that rival party factions were planning on disrupting it.

  • 25 April

    Top Govt Official Blames Land Reform for Squalid Schools

    [New Zimbabwe] PRIMARY and Secondary Education Permanent Secretary, Sylvia Utete Masango has blamed the land reform programme for the miserable state of schools in rural Matebeleland.

  • 25 April

    Zim embassy takes exception to Mbalula’s remarks – Citizen

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    CitizenZim embassy takes exception to Mbalula's remarksCitizenThis after Mbalula said that Zimbabwean ex-soldiers were causing 'crime havoc' in South Africa. Zimbabwean Ambassador in South Africa, Isaac Moyo, on Tuesday night responded to remarks made by Police Minister Fikile Mbalula to the effect that members ...Pierre de VosDaily MaverickShoot to kill, says 'new sheriff in town' MbalulaNews24Ntlemeza accuses Mbalula of being on

  • 24 April

    Ritchie wins Zimbabwe Open | Sport24 – Sport24

    Sport24Ritchie wins Zimbabwe Open | Sport24Sport24JC Ritchie saw off Trevor Fisher jnr on the second playoff hole at Royal Harare Golf Club to win the 2017 Zimbabwe Open.and more »

  • 24 April

    Mugabe’s party ‘not threatened’ by Zimbabwe opposition pact – pro-govt papers – News24

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    News24Mugabe's party 'not threatened' by Zimbabwe opposition pact - pro-govt papersNews24It doesn't matter how much sense it makes to ordinary Zimbabweans: Zimbabwe will NOT formally adopt the rand, the central bank governor says. No more Zimbabwe bond notes for now: Bank governor · Zim thief who stuck in chimney gets 3 years in jail ...Zimbabwe's make or break momentThe ZimbabweanMugabe's ruling party fractures as Zimbabwean opposition unitesMoneyweb.co.zaZimbabwe: ...As Zim Regresses to Barter TradeAllAfrica.comZimbabwe Independent

  • 24 April

    Bitter fruits – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary – The Zimbabwean

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    The ZimbabweanBitter fruits – Zimbabwe Vigil DiaryThe Zimbabwean'37 years of Zimbabwe Independence' read one poster. '37 years of Mugabe slavery' read another. Exiles in the UK marked Zimbabwe's national day with a mixture of anticipation and fear – the bitter fruits of 'liberation'.

  • 24 April

    Zimbabwe: What Britain and the West did – and didn’t – do during … – Daily Maverick

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    Daily MaverickZimbabwe: What Britain and the West did – and didn't – do during ...Daily MaverickContrary to allegations that Western governments “did nothing” when Mugabe's army went on the rampage in the early 1980s, they may have helped prevent ...and more »