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Too late to facilitate Diaspora vote – Moyo

April 25 2018- ITS TOO late for the Zimbabwean government to make the constitutional changes necessary to allow people living outside the country to vote, Foreign Minister Sibusiso Moyo said, backtracking on a statement he made a week ago. Zimbabweans living abroad should return home and register to vote in an election that will probably take place in July, Moyo ... Read More »

Zim govt hires new nurses

April 20 2018 – THE Health Services Board (HSB) and the Ministry of Health and Child Care is inviting applications from qualified unemployed registered general nurses, primary care nurses and similarly retired nurses below the age of 70 to fill nursing posts in the health service. This comes amid controversy surrounding vice president Constantnio Chiwenga’s decision to fire all striking ... Read More »

Parly summons Mugabe over missing diamond money

April 20 2018 – THE Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Mines and Mining Development yesterday summoned former President Robert Mugabe to appear before it on May 9 to explain a claim he made in February 2016 that the country could have been prejudiced of more than $15 billion in unrealised diamond revenue from Chiadzwa. The committee also invited former Vice President ... Read More »

Arrest warrant out for Bushiri

April 16 2018 – THE police have applied for a warrant of arrest for prophet Shepherd Bushiri after he was implicated in cases of intimidation, threats and assault involving former congregant Martin Antonio. Antonio alleged that on July 20 last year he was having supper at the Sheraton Hotel in Pretoria with two friends when a man in a white ... Read More »

Chamisa takes campaign to Zimbabweans in SA

April 11 2018 – NEWLY appointed MDC T president Nelson Chamisa, who has been on a charm offensive in Zimbabwe, will be holding, his first rally for Zimbabweans in SA this week on Sunday in Johannessburg. In a statement released, this week, the party’s Johannesburg district, says Chamisa under the Alliance banner will hold a rally at Rabie Ridge Community ... Read More »

Harare asks Zims In SA to invest back home

April 09 2018 – THE new government in Harare needs the buy-in and investment of millions of Zimbabweans who left the country and settled elsewhere, particularly the multitudes resident in neigbouring South Africa, if the vision of turning around the Zimbabwean economy is to be realised, Zimbabwe consul general Henry Mukonoweshuro told expatriates in Johannesburg. Addressing a glitzy Zimbabwe Achievers ... Read More »

Banning cellphones not the answer for Beitbridge border woes

April 03 2018 – ZIMBABWEANS in SA have scoffed SA Home Affairs minister, Malusi Gigaba’s banning of cellphone last week at Beitbridge Border post, describing the move as “ineffective” in dealing with the myraid of problems at one of Africa’s busiest port of entry. In separate interviews yesterday, travellers said the move to ban the use of cellphone by travellers ... Read More »

SA actress fights for late Zim hubby’s millions

March 27 2018- A DISPUTE has flared up between SA actress Tina Jaxa who was married to the late Mzansi based Zimbabwean businessman Prosper Mkwaiwa, and consortium PulaNala Mining and Energy over the deceased’s estate. Jaxa has accused the consortium’s chairman Mafika Sihlali of withholding dividends which were supposed to have been paid into the estate of Mkwaiwa as he ... Read More »

MDC T fires Khupe and allies

March 23 2018- THE rift between MDC T president Nelson Chamisa and one of the deputies Thokozani Khupe, has culminated with the Party’s National Council resolving to fire the latter and her allies, namely national organising secretary Abednico Bhebhe and suspended spokesperson Obert Gutu. Khupe and Chamisa have been locked in a vicious power struggle, which resulted in equally nasty ... Read More »

Abuse of Zim travellers continues at Beitbridge Border Post

March 19 2018 – REPORTS of Zimbabweans being ill treated and being subjected to inhumane treatment by SA immigration officials continue to surface. One Zimbabwean traveller who was travelling with her teenage daughter to Zimbabwe, using the border post, claims Zimbabweans are being made to queue in a cage, while a reader who wants to remain anonymous, has sent various ... Read More »

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