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Cosatu march today

September 27 2017 – SA’s largest labour federation, Cosatu, and alliance partner SACP are embarking on a protest to “shut down the country” on Wednesday (today)  in what they’ve called post-apartheid South Africa’s largest protest. It remains to be seen how many of Cosatu’s 1.2 million members will take part in the protest calling for President Jacob Zuma’s resignation and ... Read More »

Mawarire appears in court

25  September 2017   PROTEST  pastor Evan Mawarire appeared in court on Monday (today), and pleaded not guilty to the charge of trying to subvert President Robert Mugabe’s government, his lawyers said.Mawarire made the plea at the start of his trial at the Harare High Court, the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights, which is representing him said in a tweet ... Read More »

Bickering over voters registration starts as Zim elections season kicks off

September 22 2017 – THE MDC led by Welshman Ncube has added its voice against the Biometric Voter Registration exercise that was launched last week proves, describing it as a ” pilot testing or a trial and error exercise for ZEC, which it says has  caused unnecessary setbacks, mostly technical glitches. “Most of the setbacks  suggest that the registering officers are ... Read More »

SA court reserves judgement in Grace immunity case

September 19 2017 –   SA’s  North Gauteng High Court has reserved  judgement on the application brought by model Gabriella Engels and AfriForum to serve Zimbabwean First Lady Grace Mugabe with court papers. AfriForum legal representative,  Eteinne Lubaschagne asked Judge Harshila Koovertjie to authorise it to serve notice of the application on Mugabe at the office of the president of Zimbabwe in ... Read More »

Mwonzora rubbishes Tsvangirai death reports

September 17 2017 – MDC-T secretary general Douglas Mwonzora has described the rumours of his boss Morgan Tsvangirai’s death as malicious saying he was alive and eating by himself. This was after news circulated on social media that the party leader was dead following his airlifting to SA after he fell ill on Friday. “Malicious rumours are being spread that President ... Read More »

Zim NGO to engage Chombo on ZEP passport chaos

Afternoon comrades; 1. On the first day of ZEP application, we had challenges with the vfs website, we hope the system will be running soon. 2. We are compiling a data base for those who applied for Zimbabwean passports in the last 3 – 4 months which are yet to be issued. We want to engage the office of the ... Read More »

Tsvangirai seriously ill, air lifted to SA

September 16 2017 – MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai was early yesterday morning airlifted to South Africa on a life-support system after his health drastically deteriorated as he was attending an MDC Alliance strategic meeting in Kadoma on Thursday Highly-placed sources said Tsvangirai, who last year disclosed that he was fighting cancer of the colon, reportedly started vomiting after lunch resulting ... Read More »

Corporal punishment protocol for SA schools out for comment soon

SA's matric pass rate improves by 70%

September 15  2017  – THE Council of Education Ministers (CEM) has approved a protocol  to setup uniform standards to deal with teachers guilty of corporal punishment and sexual assault   and it will  be out for public comment soon, Basic Education Minister Angie Moshekga said on Friday.(today)   “This protocol deals with the definitions of what constitutes corporal punishment, including ... Read More »

New ZEP only for ZSP holders

September 15 2017 – ZIMBABWEANS living in SA who are not ZSP holders should not apply for the newly introduced Zimbabwe Exemption Permit, whose application process starts today, says chairperson of the Zimbabwe Community in SA. “The application that starts tomorrow (today) is for ZSP holders only. If you never had a permit before, pls do not bother. We are getting lots ... Read More »

Zimbabwe opposition unhappy with new voters registration

September 14 2017 – ZIMBABWE  has unveiled a new biometric voter registration programme on Thursday (today) ahead of next year’s elections, drawing criticism from opponents who claim the system could be manipulated.Registration will open nationwide next  Monday and will run  until January 15 for the polls in which President Mugabe will  run.  But opposition parties have warned that registration authorities ... Read More » • Free Website Templates - Downlaod Full Themes
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