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‘Leave our land and go play golf’, Mugabe loyalist tells white farmers

‘Leave our land and go play golf’, Mugabe loyalist tells white farmers

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Zambia suspends 48 MPs who boycotted president’s speech

Zambia suspends 48 MPs who boycotted president’s speech

Times LIVE Zambia suspends 48 MPs who boycotted president's speech Obert Simwanza | 13 June, 2017 21:22  Edgar Lungu arrives to be sworn in as Zambia's president at Heroes Stadium in Lusaka More »

Strive Masiyiwa inspiring people to make a difference in communities

Strive Masiyiwa inspiring people to make a difference in communities

263Chat is live streaming Strive Masiyiwa inspiring people to make a difference in communities #263Chat. Strive Masiyiwa inspiring people to make a difference in communities #263Chat by 263Chat How Strive Masiyiwa inspires More »

Father’s Day: How men can help break the cycle of violence

Father’s Day: How men can help break the cycle of violence

Father's Day: How men can help break the cycle of violence against women Prabu Deepan 17 June 2017 | 9:00 AM Mute Loaded: 0% Progress: 0% Remaining Time-0:14 Fullscreen Mexico blasts Texas' new More »

SABC News – SA becoming a ground for human trafficking: Monday 19 June 2017

SABC News – SA becoming a ground for human trafficking: Monday 19 June 2017

< div dir=”auto”> "SA becoming a ground for human trafficking" Monday 19 June 2017 14:58 Phanuel Shuma Deputy minister of Justice John Jeffrey was remarking on the achievement made by law enforcement More »

Watch “Forensic pathologists around Gauteng still on strike” on YouTube

Watch “Forensic pathologists around Gauteng still on strike” on YouTube

Forensic pathologists strike forces families to halt burials Monday 19 June 2017 20:49 Chriselda Lewis For a second time this month, pathologists have downed tools over salaries and working conditions.(SABC) TAGS: Gauteng More »

SA cheap chrome ore threaten Zim mining sector

SA cheap chrome ore threaten Zim mining sector

– Sunday News  Jun 18, 2017Munyaradzi Musiiwa, Midlands CorrespondentTHE local chrome sector might fail to reach the projected annual targetoutput owing to plummeting chrome ore prices on the international marketas well as cheap More »

Comm-Gen Chihuri warns corrupt, rogue cops

Comm-Gen Chihuri warns corrupt, rogue cops

| The Herald June 17, 2017Freeman Razemba Crime ReporterTHE Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) is not home to dishonest andunprofessional officers who tarnish the force's image by engaging incorrupt and criminal activities, Commissioner-General Dr More »

Opposition coalition doomed – President o `One blow will crush them as an entity’ o . . . calls for party unity

Opposition coalition doomed – President o `One blow will crush them as an entity’ o . . . calls for party unity

 | The HeraldCletus Mushanawani Mutare BureauPresident Mugabe has said the coalition being mooted by opposition partiesis good for Zanu-PF as the revolutionary party will simply crush them asan entity rather than dealing More »

Sakunda targets one million hectares

Sakunda targets one million hectares

 The HeraldElita Chikwati Senior ReporterSakunda Holdings has pledged to partner Government in sponsoring maizeproduction to reach a target of one million hectares in the next fiveyears.Sakunda is among private companies that played More »

Zim-China deal boost for Victoria Falls

Zim-China deal boost for Victoria Falls

 | The Herald June 17, 2017Felex Share Senior ReporterGovernment and China Machinery Engineering Company have signed aMemorandum of Understanding to kick-start the implementation of theVictoria Falls Special Economic Zone as mega deals More »

Use ICTs productively: President

Use ICTs productively: President

 | The HeraldFrom Abel Zhakata in Mutare PRESIDENT Mugabe has urged youths to use New Information Technologiesproductively, castigating rampant misuse of the Internet that he said wasbringing undesirable foreign traditions into the More »

40 000 fill Sakubva Stadium

40 000 fill Sakubva Stadium

 | The Herald June 17, 2017Samuel Kadungure in MutareMANICALAND yesterday witnessed one of the biggest crowds ever in Mutarewhen Zanu-PF supporters, in swelling numbers, thronged Sakubva Stadium forPresident Mugabe's interactive rally with More »

New diamond firm to deliver, says President

New diamond firm to deliver, says President

 | The Herald June 17, 2017Cletus Mushanawani in MutarePRESIDENT has assured the people of Manicaland that the recently formedZimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (Pvt) Limited will deliver on thepromises made to the Marange-Zimunya Community More »

Govt to revise Peace Bill

Govt to revise Peace Bill

| The Herald June 17, 2017Zvamaida Murwira Senior ReporterGovernment will further amend the National Peace and ReconciliationCommission Bill to ensure that the independent commission does not handlecases under judicial consideration, Vice President More »

Break-in at Minister Sekeremayi house

Break-in at Minister Sekeremayi house

 – Sunday News Jun 18, 2017Harare Bureau THIEVES broke into Defence Minister Dr Sydney Sekeramayi's house in theearly hours of Friday and got away with US$620.Police spokesperson Senior Assistant Commissioner Charity Charambayesterday confirmed the More »

ZIM NEW SALARY MODEL FOR CIVIL SERVANTS

ZIM NEW SALARY MODEL FOR CIVIL SERVANTS

– Sunday News Jun 18, 2017Vusumuzi Dube, Sunday News Reporter THE Government has introduced a new civil servants remuneration systemthat will see teachers, nurses and other health workers being paid orallocated resources More »

Farm murders: Free State farmer employs lion as a ‘guard dog’

Farm murders: Free State farmer employs lion as a ‘guard dog’

Video link:  https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=BKU6SoUGC3c More »

Week 21: Love Of Country by President Trump

Week 21: Love Of Country by President Trump

    We all agree that we are blessed to be Americans, that our children deserve to grow up in a nation of safety and peace, and that we are strongest when we More »

Nigerians Ordered Out of South African Communities

Nigerians Ordered Out of South African Communities

The Nigeria Union in South Africa on Wednesday accused two communities in the country of asking Nigerians to quit their territories. President of the union, Ikechukwu Anyene, said the Kuruman community in More »

Man conned R190 000 for penis enlargement

Man conned R190 000 for penis enlargement

< div dir=”auto”>Man gets stiffed for penis enlargement by bogus doctor Alex Mitchley, News24 | News24 17:26 13/06/2017 Pretoria – A man who is suspected of being a bogus traditional doctor has been More »

#GuptaLeaks: Emails offer further proof of Gupta racist attitudes

#GuptaLeaks: Emails offer further proof of Gupta racist attitudes

2017-06-09 10:37 amaBhungane, Daily Maverick and News24 (Felix Dlangamandla/Gallo/Foto24) Reports of racism from the Gupta family have surfaced before, notably in the aftermath of the 2013 Sun City wedding when it was More »

“Trusted credentials” in Smartphones spying us

“Trusted credentials” in Smartphones spying us

Not true. I just disabled them all and now "no network can be found" It's terribly sad that in a world of millions of people NOT ONE website dedicated to teaching the More »

Islam taking over the world. Western liberals are stupid to think Islam is peaceful

Islam taking over the world. Western liberals are stupid to think Islam is peaceful

A German's View on Islam – worth reading because this is by far the best explanation of the Muslim terrorist situation I have ever read. His references to past history are accurate More »

South Africa Needs healing

South Africa Needs healing

MATHEWS PHOSA: SA IN NEED OF NATIONAL HEALING Phosa says Jacob Zuma’s successor must encapsulate the same values portrayed by stalwarts like Nelson Mandela and Walter Sisulu. ANC veteran Mathews Phosa. Picture: More »

Zimbabwean becomes first African woman to the board at Python Software Foundation – Techzim

Zimbabwean becomes first African woman to the board at Python Software Foundation – Techzim

by Rufaro Madamombe(@Rayhatron) A while ago, I created a list of coding communities in Zimbabwe and ZimboPy is on that list. Recently, one of their co-founders Marlene Mhangami was nominated and voted to the board directors at More »

IN-DEPTH: Why did Mugabe sack his chief prosecutor?

IN-DEPTH: Why did Mugabe sack his chief prosecutor?

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Boreholes bring hope in north-east Nigeria

Boreholes bring hope in north-east Nigeria

Boreholes bring hope in north-east Nigeria where 75% of water, sanitation infrastructure destroyed By admin on May 19, 2017    Originally published by World Watch Monitor Gloria Shehu is one of the people in north-east More »

WALK THE TALK IN SUPPORT OF ISRAEL

WALK THE TALK IN SUPPORT OF ISRAEL

REGISTER NOW AND SUPPORT ISRAEL! https://events.primedia.co.za/index.php/eventSite/2017-mtn-walk-the-talk-with-702-201 • • View Online This email was sent to makumbirofa@gmail.com on 05-06-2017 by The South African Zionist Federation, 2 Elray Street, Raedene, Johannesburg, 2131 The South African More »

Zambian opposition Leader to face trial

Zambian opposition Leader to face trial

Zambia opposition leader to face High Court treason trial ·         AFRICA ·         Thursday 8 June 2017 – 1:57pm File: United Party for National Development leader Hakainde Hichilema has been in detention for More »

 

‘Leave our land and go play golf’, Mugabe loyalist tells white farmers

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Zambia suspends 48 MPs who boycotted president’s speech

Times LIVE Zambia suspends 48 MPs who boycotted president's speech Obert Simwanza | 13 June, 2017 21:22  Edgar Lungu arrives to be sworn in as Zambia's president at Heroes Stadium in Lusaka on 13 September 2016.  Image by: DAWOOD SALIM /

Strive Masiyiwa inspiring people to make a difference in communities

263Chat is live streaming Strive Masiyiwa inspiring people to make a difference in communities #263Chat. Strive Masiyiwa inspiring people to make a difference in communities #263Chat by 263Chat How Strive Masiyiwa inspires people to make a difference in communities, the

Father’s Day: How men can help break the cycle of violence

Father's Day: How men can help break the cycle of violence against women Prabu Deepan 17 June 2017 | 9:00 AM Mute Loaded: 0% Progress: 0% Remaining Time-0:14 Fullscreen Mexico blasts Texas' new 'sanctuary city' ban Tearfund's gender workshops in the

SABC News – SA becoming a ground for human trafficking: Monday 19 June 2017

< div dir=”auto”> "SA becoming a ground for human trafficking" Monday 19 June 2017 14:58 Phanuel Shuma Deputy minister of Justice John Jeffrey was remarking on the achievement made by law enforcement agencies in combating human trafficking(SABC) TAGS: Pretoria UN-EU

Watch “Forensic pathologists around Gauteng still on strike” on YouTube

Forensic pathologists strike forces families to halt burials Monday 19 June 2017 20:49 Chriselda Lewis For a second time this month, pathologists have downed tools over salaries and working conditions.(SABC) TAGS: Gauteng Diepkloof Germiston Hillbrow Yousha Tayob Roodepoort Chriselda Lewis

SA cheap chrome ore threaten Zim mining sector

– Sunday News  Jun 18, 2017Munyaradzi Musiiwa, Midlands CorrespondentTHE local chrome sector might fail to reach the projected annual targetoutput owing to plummeting chrome ore prices on the international marketas well as cheap quality chrome ore from South Africa that has

Comm-Gen Chihuri warns corrupt, rogue cops

| The Herald June 17, 2017Freeman Razemba Crime ReporterTHE Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) is not home to dishonest andunprofessional officers who tarnish the force's image by engaging incorrupt and criminal activities, Commissioner-General Dr Augustine Chihurihas said.His sentiments come after it emerged

Opposition coalition doomed – President o `One blow will crush them as an entity’ o . . . calls for party unity

 | The HeraldCletus Mushanawani Mutare BureauPresident Mugabe has said the coalition being mooted by opposition partiesis good for Zanu-PF as the revolutionary party will simply crush them asan entity rather than dealing with them individually.The President and First Secretary of

Sakunda targets one million hectares

 The HeraldElita Chikwati Senior ReporterSakunda Holdings has pledged to partner Government in sponsoring maizeproduction to reach a target of one million hectares in the next fiveyears.Sakunda is among private companies that played a crucial role in fundingCommand Agriculture in the