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Gabriella wars spill to SA Harare embassy

August 29  2017 – AFTER  being denied permission to protest at the South African embassy in Harare, Zimbabwean opposition parties under the banner of National Electoral Reform Agenda (Nera) have vowed on that they would not back down in their bid to express displeasure at the way Pretoria officials handled the saga involving Zimbabwe’s First Lady Grace Mugabe.  “We are inevitably ... Read More »

Gauteng cops arrest Zimbabwean suspect for Hillbrow shooting

August 28 2017 – GAUTENG cops have arrested a  33 year old suspected Zimbabwean man  for allegedly shooting  revellers during a performance by a Zimbabwean band at Hillbrow Theatre early Sunday morning,  where one Zimbabwean man was killed and several others, where injured. EWN reports that the man identified as Milton Mayelane Mncube was arrested after police launched a manhunt ... Read More »

Juju alive and well, EFF refutes car crash reports

August 27 2017 – THE  EFF has slammed “fake news” reports that party leader Julius Malema had been seriously injured in a car crash. “If the enemy plans to take the life of the CIC [commander-in-chief] through an accident, they may be releasing fake news to test if this would cause instability or not; rest assured that if this be ... Read More »

Vusi Nova kidnapped and hijacked

August 25 2017 – SA musician Vusi Nova and another person were kidnapped and hijacked outside his Melville home in the early hours of Friday morning ny four men who were driving a VW Polo. Fortunately Nova was later released and was found in his underwear in a park in the Brixton area, where he reported the hijacking to the ... Read More »

Suspected Zimbabwean car smugglers arrested in Jozi’s Alberton

August 23  2017  – FOUR people, some of them suspected Zimbabweans were arrested and fake cheques, identity documents, driving licenses, salary slips and equipment to manufacture fraudulent documents worth approximately R10 million recovered on Wednesday when metro police raided a building in Johannesburg, MMC for Public Safety Michael Sun said. Sun said the Johannesburg Metro Police Department (JMPD) and the ... Read More »

Zim’s first vice president Muzenda’s widow dies

August 23  2017  – MAUD  Muzenda, 88, the ailing widow of late vice president, Simon Muzenda,  passed away at a private hospital in the capital, yesterday. Zanu PF spokesperson Simon Khaya Moyo, a former ambassador to South Africa, said the ruling party was “shocked and dismayed” at her “untimely death”. The struggle heroin’s son, Tongai, said his mother had “not ... Read More »

Baptism of fire as AMCU chases Dlamini Zuma away from Marikana

August 22 2017  – ANC presidential hopeful, Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma was sent packing in Marikana near Rustenburg on Tuesday. Dlamini-Zuma was in Marikana to lay wreaths at the infamous koppie where 34 miners were gunned down by police on 16 August 2012. Over 30 minibus taxis transported ANC Women’s League members to Marikana where they were met by a group of about ... Read More »

Air Zim and SAA resolve airline dispute

August 21 2017 – THE deadlock between Air Zimbabwe and South African Airways (SAA) has been resolved following a meeting with all aviation entities, Minister of Transport Joe Maswanganyi announced on Sunday afternoon. Maswanganyi said the meeting resolved that the airline should comply with the applicable legislation. “Upon receipt of the relevant documentation, the Civil Aviation Authority will release the ... Read More »

Mugabe sons were also beaten up -Grace a s Mañana resigns

August 19 2018 – ZIMBABWE’s first lady Grace Mugabe claims she hit 20-year-old Gabriella Engels with an extension cord in an act of self-defence and that her sons were not spared a beating either. Mugabe has told SA officials that she was in fact the victim in the attack that happened last Sunday in a flat in Sandton, which allegedly took ... Read More » • Free Website Templates - Downlaod Full Themes
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